The Mt. Healthy City School District is located in Hamilton County in southwestern Ohio and consists of three small communities: the City of Mt. Healthy and parts of Springfield and Colerain townships.
Mt. Healthy is a culturally diverse school system, with a minority enrollment of 84%. Comprehensive educational programs span prekindergarten through twelfth grade, with college preparatory, advanced placement, gifted programs, and vocational opportunities. These programs, coupled with co-curricular activities, provide the district's young people with an opportunity to develop into well-rounded and knowledgeable citizens.
Annually, about 72% of our graduates pursue higher education in two or four-year colleges. Scholarship opportunities are readily available for our students. The 2017 Senior Class was awarded approximately $2.5 million. The district's strengths lie within its staff, diversity, program opportunities and student services. The district's goal is to improve student achievement and better prepare our young people for today's workforce. The aim is to accomplish this through the continuing development of effective programs and working together with the community.
School Mascot: Owls
School Colors: Red and Black
About Our Staff
118 staff with master's degree and beyond
90 staff with more than 10 years' teaching experience
About Our Students
Total Student Population: 3,344 (April 2018)
In the Classroom
Teacher/Student Ratio: 15
Average Class Size: 22
Average High School Math Class Size: 19
Computers in Elementary Classrooms: 300
No. of buses in the district: 29, plus 3 special education busses transporting
more than 3,000 students throughout the district, as well as to private schools
Four buildings within the district
Average cost of educating a student: $8,727