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Schools

Excellent school systems—both public and private, suburban and urban—make southwest Ohio a great place to raise a family. With so many diverse communities close by, children benefit from a wealth of educational opportunities from preschool to high school.

Primary and Secondary Education

Public

  • Middletown City SchoolsOff Site Icon - From elementary through high school, campuses are located throughout the city of Middletown.
  • Monroe Local SchoolsOff Site Icon - Located just south of Middletown, a new campus houses elementary through high school students.
  • Franklin City SchoolsOff Site Icon - Located just outside of Middletown, there are five elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school.
  • Springboro City SchoolsOff Site Icon - Located approximately 10 minutes north of Middletown, Springboro's schools consist of three elementary schools, one junior high, and one high school.
  • Lebanon City SchoolsOff Site Icon - Located in the heart of Warren County between Dayton and Cincinnati, Lebanon City Schools offer education from preschool through high school.
  • Mason City SchoolsOff Site Icon - Located 15 minutes south of Middletown, Mason school campuses range from early childhood to high school.
  • West Chester Township SchoolsOff Site Icon - West Chester is part of the community that makes up the Lakota Local School District in the southeastern part of Butler County, which offers 12 elementary schools, four junior high schools, and three high schools.
  • Edgewood City SchoolsOff Site Icon - Edgewood City School District borders Middletown and Hamilton, offering three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school.

Private

  • John XXIII Catholic SchoolOff Site Icon - A Catholic school affiliated with Holy Family Parish in Middletown, John XXIII offers kindergarten through eighth-grade classes.
  • Bishop Fenwick High SchoolOff Site Icon - Located on the outskirts of Middletown, Bishop Fenwick High School offers Catholic education in grades nine through 12 and attracts students from throughout the region.
  • Middletown Christian SchoolsOff Site Icon - Located on the east end of the city, Middletown Christian Schools offer classes for kindergarten through 12th grade.

Vocational Schools

If your family is looking for something other than the traditional high school curriculum, one of our local vocational programs may be right for you.

  • Greentree Health Science AcademyOff Site Icon - Greentree Health Science Academy - A collaboration of Miami University, Warren County Career Center, Cincinnati State and Atrium Medical Center, Greentree Health Science Academy helps prepare the health care workforce of tomorrow.
  • Butler Technology and Career Development SchoolsOff Site Icon - High school and adult students in Butler County can take advantage of classes at the main campus or associated school districts.
  • Warren County Career CenterOff Site Icon - Classes are available for high school and adult students from Warren County.

Colleges and Universities

In addition to a variety of primary and secondary schools, several of the nation's top colleges and universities are within an hour’s drive of the southwest Ohio area.

Community Colleges

  • Cincinnati State Technical and Community CollegeOff Site Icon - More than 100 associate degrees, majors, and certificate programs await students at Cincinnati State. Many of these programs lead to high-tech careers or a four-year degree.
  • Sinclair Community CollegeOff Site Icon - Sinclair offers high-quality education at the lowest cost in Ohio. The campus, located in downtown Dayton, offers university transfer classes, direct-to-work career programs, custom training classes for business workers, and a variety of conferences and seminars.

Four-Year Universities

  • Central State UniversityOff Site Icon - Central State is Ohio's only public historically black university. Located in Wilberforce, Central State offers Bachelor's degrees and some graduate programs.
  • Miami University (Oxford)Off Site Icon - Miami University offers undergraduate and graduate programs, including doctoral programs, on a beautiful campus in Oxford, Ohio. The university also offers regional campuses in MiddletownOff Site Icon and HamiltonOff Site Icon.
  • University of DaytonOff Site Icon - UD is one of the 10 largest Catholic universities and Ohio's largest private university. It offers more than 70 academic programs in arts and sciences, business administration, education and allied professions, engineering, and law.
  • University of CincinnatiOff Site Icon - Each year, this public, comprehensive university graduates 5,000 students. It offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in many fields.
  • Wilberforce UniversityOff Site Icon - Founded in 1856, Wilberforce University is the nation's oldest private historically black university. The university offers a variety of majors in Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees.
  • Wright State UniversityOff Site Icon - Wright State University is a public university located in Dayton. The university offers more than 100 undergraduate and 50 PhD, graduate, and professional degrees.
  • Xavier UniversityOff Site Icon - Founded in 1831, Xavier University is a private coeducational university located in Cincinnati. Xavier provides a liberal arts education in the Catholic Jesuit tradition.