Lebanon is one of the oldest cities in the State.
Settled in 1796, Lebanon was officially founded in 1802.
School district lies midway between Interstates 75 and 71,
approximately 30 miles north of Cincinnati, 30 miles south
of Dayton, and is the heart of Warren County, which is the
second fastest growing County in the State of Ohio. It originally
began as a stagecoach stop on the route between then Losantiville,
and on to Xenia, Ohio. From there the stage proceeded to Columbus,
the State Capitol. The district serves an area of 81.9 square
miles and a student population of approximately 5,400.
Our classroom environments employ elements of
design where communication, creativity, collaboration, and
critical thinking are valued. Our district sets high standards
and expectations for all students by providing:
- Diverse set of academic programs for
- An excellent and innovative staff who
reflect the values of the community
- Safe, clean and caring learning environments
- Life-long skills that lead to the development
of each student's potential
- An educational system of which all
community members can be proud
Opportunities for parent and family involvement.