Beavercreek City Schools » Our District

Our District

Who We Are
The Beavercreek City School District is a publicly funded Ohio entity that spans 47 square miles across across Greene County and sections of neighboring Montgomery County. Our nearly 8,000 students reside in the City and Township of Beavercreek, Alpha, portions of Fairborn, Kettering, Riverside, Sugarcreek Township and Xenia. 
 
Students attend classes through grade 12 across the district's preschool, six elementary schools, two middle schools, one freshman school, and one high school. Beavercreek City Schools provides transportation services to and from each school building during the school year. Additionally, our district provides transportation services to our area's daycare centers, private schools, community schools, and career centers.
 
Student ACT and SAT scores are consistently well above state and national averages. Over three quarters of Beavercreek High School graduates continue their education at a four-year college or university while many choose to attend a two-year college, trade school, or job training program.   
 
The biggest source of district revenue is taxpayer dollars with state funding a distant second. Over 70 percent of funds collected are used for classroom instruction which ranks in the top ten percent among Ohio school districts of similar size. A premium is placed on good stewardship of district finances that her earned numerous awards from local, state, and federal oversight bodies. In addition, financial transparency is of the highest priority between our school district and the Beavercreek community. That is why, in conjunction with regularly scheduled communications concerning district finances, Beavercreek City Schools is part of Ohio's Online Checkbook.  
 
Serving Students and Families
 
Student Services Department - The purpose of the district's Student Services Department is to provide supports that help students prepare for success in and outside of the classroom. Programs offered are tailored to meet the needs of students ranging in age 3 - 21. Some of these services include counseling and guidance, special education, social work, prevention/intervention, home instruction, character education, ESL, and several others designed to help students deal with challenges they may face on a daily basis. 
 
Student Nutrition - Our district believes in teaching students the values of good nutrition through food service best practices. Providing healthy meals enables our students to focus on the rigors of their school day. Breakfast and lunch service is offered to students in grades 1 -12 and limited meal services are offered during the summer months for families who qualify.  
 
Transportation Department - The district operates a fleet of () diesel buses that carry more than 4,700 Beavercreek students to and from their homes and between school buildings each day. Drivers transport students in grades K-12, as well as children in the district’s preschool program. 
 
Business Services - This department is responsible to ensure reliable operations across the district.  Specific areas include, transportation, buildings, grounds and maintenance, and student nutrition. The department is also responsible for purchasing, capital planning, energy management, construction, copier, and risk management programs.
 
Extra-Curricular and Student Activities
 
Students have every opportunity to participate in activities that compliment the excellent classroom instruction they receive at Beavercreek City Schools. District leadership and the Beavercreek community believe in providing programs that challenge young people to excel physically and emotionally. Historically, the success our students attain through these activities has garnered local, regional, and national attention.
 
 
2018 - 2019 Highlights
Girl's Cross Country Individual State Champion
History Bowl Individual National Champion
Chorale Program Superior Ratings