Schools in the Dayton Area

What are Dayton schools like? I hear this question from many home buyers. Even buyers without school-age children are concerned about the quality of schools when they are considering a move to a new area. The information below is provided as a service to you. You will find Dayton area school websites, and a link to third party informational report cards, which also gives information about private schools in each district. If you would like details about special services a particular school might provide, please contact the district school board directly.

Beavercreek City Schools
Report Card

Bethel Schools
Report Card

Centerville City Schools
Report Card

Dayton Public Schools
Report Card

Englewood (Northmont City School District)
Report Card

Enon Schools (Greenon Local Schools)
Report Card

Fairborn City Schools
Report Card

Huber Heights City Schools
Report Card

Kettering City Schools
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Riverside (Mad River Local Schools)
Report Card

New Carlisle (Tecumseh Local Schools)
Report Card

Oakwood City Schools
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Tipp City Exempted Village Schools
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Trotwood-Madison City Schools
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Vandalia-Bulter Schools
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Alternatives to traditional public schools in the Dayton area can be found here.

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