Education by the numbers in Clinton Co.


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SCHOOLS OF CLINTON COUNTY

Blanchester Local Schools

951 Cherry St., Blanchester, OH 45107; 937-783-3523

www.blanschools.org

Schools: Blanchester High School; Blanchester Intermediate School; Blanchester Middle School; Putman Elementary School

Clinton-Massie Local Schools

2556 Lebanon Road, Clarksville, OH 45113; 937-289-2471

www.clinton-massie.k12.oh.us

Schools: Clinton-Massie Elementary School; Clinton-Massie Middle School; Clinton-Massie High School

East Clinton Local Schools

97 Astro Way, Sabina, OH 45169; 937-584-2461

www.east-clinton.k12.oh.us/

Schools: Sabina Elementary School; New Vienna Elementary School; East Clinton Junior High School; East Clinton High School

Wilmington City Schools

341 S. Nelson Ave., Wilmington, OH 45177; 937-382-1641

www.wilmington.k12.oh.us

Laurel Oaks Career Campus

300 Oak Drive, Wilmington, OH; 937-382-1411

www.greatoaks.com/sites/HighSchool/Campuses/Laurel Oaks

Wilmington College

1870 Quaker Way, Wilmington, OH 45177; 800-341-9318

www.wilmington.edu

Southern State Community College

North Campus: 1850 Davids Drive, Wilmington, OH 45177; 937-382-6645

Central Campus: 100 Hobart Drive, Hillsboro, OH 45133; 937-393-3431

www.sscc.edu

CLINTON COUNTY —From pre-kindergarten through college, educational institutions are in all corners of Clinton County.

Here’s a quick look at education in Clinton County, by recent numbers:

BLANCHESTER LOCAL SCHOOLS

Square miles: 70.0 (state average: 67.7)

Enrollment (year-end): 1,642 (state average: 2,584)

Asian students: 0.23% (state average: 1.99%)

Black students: 0.41% (state average: 13.9%)

Hispanic students: 1.06% (state average: 4.38%

White students: 96.66% (state average: 75.19%)

Multi-racial students: 1.58% (state average: 4.38%)

Pupil-teacher ratio: 17.9-1 (state average: 18.47%)

Teachers with 10+ years’ experience: 49.5% (state average: 56.8%)

CLINTON-MASSIE LOCAL SCHOOLS

Square miles: 127.0 (state average: 67.7)

Enrollment (year-end): 1,839 (state average: 2,584)

Asian students: 0.4% (state average: 1.99%)

Black students: 0.12% (state average: 13.9%)

Hispanic students: 1.85% (state average: 4.38%

White students: 96.57% (state average: 75.19%)

Multi-racial students: 0.98% (state average: 4.38%)

Pupil-teacher ratio: 18.71-1 (state average: 18.47%)

Teachers with 10+ years’ experience: 66.1% (state average: 56.8%)

EAST CLINTON LOCAL SCHOOLS

Square miles: 129.0 (state average: 67.7)

Enrollment (year-end): 1,423 (state average: 2,584)

Asian students: 0.14% (state average: 1.99%)

Black students: 0.47% (state average: 13.9%)

Hispanic students: 1.49% (state average: 4.38%

White students: 95.45% (state average: 75.19%)

Multi-racial students: 2.45% (state average: 4.38%)

Pupil-teacher ratio: 17.75-1 (state average: 18.47%)

Teachers with 10+ years’ experience: 52.08% (state average: 56.8%)

WILMINGTON CITY SCHOOLS

Square miles: 161.0 (state average: 67.7)

Enrollment (year-end): 3,035 (state average: 2,584)

Asian students: 0.77% (state average: 1.99%)

Black students: 3.95% (state average: 13.9%)

Hispanic students: 4.53% (state average: 4.38%

White students: 83.47% (state average: 75.19%)

Multi-racial students: 7.07% (state average: 4.38%)

Pupil-teacher ratio: 19.63-1 (state average: 18.47%)

Teachers with 10+ years’ experience: 55.74% (state average: 56.8%)

Source: Selected categories from Ohio Dept. of Education 2014 Report

LAUREL OAKS CAREER CAMPUS

Laurel Oaks is one of four career campuses of the Great Oaks career-technical high school; the entire Great Oaks systems serves 36 school districts of Southwest Ohio.

At Great Oaks:

46% of graduates go directly to post-secondary education in a typical year.

96.7% of 2015 graduates earned college credit while still in high school.

95% of employers who have hired a Great Oaks grad would do so again.

22 Great Oaks students finished in the top 10 nationally in skill competitions related to their career program in 2015.

About one out of 20 Great Oaks students are chosen for the National Technical Honor Society.

The campuses offer a range of English, math, science and social studies courses, plus these programs offered for 11th- and 12th-grade students: Animal Science and Management; Automotive Technology – Collision; Automotive Technology – Mechanics; Aviation Maintenance Technician; CareerX; Computer Service Technician and Networking; Construction Technologies; Cosmetology; Digital Arts and Design​; Dental Assisting; Early Childhood Education; Equine Science and Management; Health Technology; Industrial Diesel Mechanics; Masonry; Sports Rehabilitation and Therapy;​​ Welding.​

Source: Great Oaks

WILMINGTON COLLEGE

Students on campus: 1,150+

833 Students from Ohio

7 International Students (from Sweden, England, Kenya)

Students receiving financial aid: 99%

Majors: 25+

Top majors in order of popularity: Agriculture, Education, Athletic Training, Sport Management, and Business Administration

Full-time teaching faculty: 67 (51 with terminal degrees — Ph.D., etc.)

Clubs & organizations: 50+

Intercollegiate NCAA DIII sports: 18

35,835 visitors to WC’s Website in January 2016

Source: Wilmington College

SOUTHERN STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Southern State has four campus locations — Hillsboro, Wilmington, Washington Court House, and Sardinia — primarily serve the counties of Adams, Brown, Clinton, Highland and Fayette.

The school was chartered in 1975.

SSCC s offers a diversified curriculum that serves to either train students for a particular career after receiving their associate degree or to prepare students for transfer to a four-year institution.

SSCC offers Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees.

Student-faculty ratio of 17-1.

Source: SSCC

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SCHOOLS OF CLINTON COUNTY

Blanchester Local Schools

951 Cherry St., Blanchester, OH 45107; 937-783-3523

www.blanschools.org

Schools: Blanchester High School; Blanchester Intermediate School; Blanchester Middle School; Putman Elementary School

Clinton-Massie Local Schools

2556 Lebanon Road, Clarksville, OH 45113; 937-289-2471

www.clinton-massie.k12.oh.us

Schools: Clinton-Massie Elementary School; Clinton-Massie Middle School; Clinton-Massie High School

East Clinton Local Schools

97 Astro Way, Sabina, OH 45169; 937-584-2461

www.east-clinton.k12.oh.us/

Schools: Sabina Elementary School; New Vienna Elementary School; East Clinton Junior High School; East Clinton High School

Wilmington City Schools

341 S. Nelson Ave., Wilmington, OH 45177; 937-382-1641

www.wilmington.k12.oh.us

Laurel Oaks Career Campus

300 Oak Drive, Wilmington, OH; 937-382-1411

www.greatoaks.com/sites/HighSchool/Campuses/Laurel Oaks

Wilmington College

1870 Quaker Way, Wilmington, OH 45177; 800-341-9318

www.wilmington.edu

Southern State Community College

North Campus: 1850 Davids Drive, Wilmington, OH 45177; 937-382-6645

Central Campus: 100 Hobart Drive, Hillsboro, OH 45133; 937-393-3431

www.sscc.edu