Ottawa Hills

The Ottawa Hills School District is a small suburban district with two buildings: an elementary school for Grades K-6 and a junior/senior high school for Grades 7-12. The district’s mission is to challenge and inspire each student to realize his or her unique potential; to embrace learning as a lifelong process; and to become an active, responsible citizen. This mission is accomplished with a clear focus on student achievement. In addition, our dedicated staff provides a rigorous, challenging curriculum in a climate of high expectations and in a safe, orderly environment.

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Statistics:

Graduation Rate: 98.7%

Student-Teacher Ratio in Elementary Schools: 14:1

Student-Teacher Ratio in High Schools: 11.25:1

Student Population: 918

Percentage of Staff With Advanced Degrees: 80.9%

Average Teaching Experience: 20 years

Accreditations: National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, Ottawa Hills High School has received AdvancED accreditation since 1941, U.S. News and World Report ranks Ottawa Hills among the top 2% of over 29,000 public high schools in the U.S, Newsweek ranks Ottawa Hills as the #1 high school in Ohio – and ranked #45 of all high schools in America, StartClass.com names Ottawa Hills Local Schools the #1 district in the state of Ohio

Scholarship Funds: $6,414,160