3601 Hamilton-Cleves Rd. | Hamilton, OH | 45013
Phone: (513) 863-1252 | Fax: (513) 863-8340
Ross High School has been named a School of Distinction and has an Excellent rating from the state of Ohio. The school is a comprehensive high school offering a rigorous and diverse curriculum to almost 1,000 students in grade levels nine through twelve. Our highly-qualified staff is committed to ensuring academic success, social responsibility, and career development for all students.
Elda Elementary has been named a School of Distinction and has an Excellent with Distinction rating from the state of Ohio. The school serves 630 students in grade levels kindergarten through four. Elda believes in meeting the child at their level and moving them forward. In order to meet the needs of all students Elda uses a balanced literacy approach to reading and writing. Elda knows the importance of students being actively involved in their learning and the staff strives for hands-on learning experiences.
3425 Hamilton-Cleves Rd. | Hamilton, OH | 45013
Phone: (513) 863-1251 | Fax: (513) 863-0066
Ross Middle School has an Excellent rating from the state of Ohio. The school serves approximately 900 students in grade levels five through eight. Fifty-two certified teachers work diligently to meet the academic needs of pupils and they are reinforced by a contingent of caring support personnel. RMS offers a wide array of engaging activities including First Lego League robotics teams, Science Olympiad, Power of the Pen, school newspaper, in-house Good Morning Ross Middle School television program, student council, National Junior Honor Society, a wider variation of sports teams, after school study skills, and chess club.
Morgan Elementary has an Excellent rating from the state of Ohio and continues to achieve one of the highest performance index scores in Butler County. The school is located in a rural setting and serves 425 students in grade levels pre-school through four. In addition, Morgan also provides after school enrichment programs throughout the fall and winter months in which 50% of the students participate.