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Centerville City Schools serve more than 8,200 students, offering a variety of educational programs to a diverse student population. The district operates two primary schools (Primary Village North and Primary Village South, which house preschool through first grade), six elementary schools (Cline, Driscoll, John Hole, Normandy, Stingley and Weller, serving grades 2-5), three middle schools (Magsig, Tower Heights and Watts, serving grades 6-8), Centerville High School and the School of Possibilities.



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CHS ranked #1 in area by Niche.com, all elementary and middle schools in top 10

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K-1 ratio is 19.5 students per teacher, with 21.5 students per teacher in grades 2-5

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French, German and Spanish classes are offered beginning in middle school