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Xenia Community Schools

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The Xenia Community Schools District consists of eight schools: Xenia High School, Warner Middle School, Arrowood Elementary, Cox Elementary, McKinley Elementary, Shawnee Elementary, Tecumseh Elementary, and Xenia Preschool.  The district also provides an alternative pathway for education at the Xenia Virtual Academy located at the Board Office.

Student enrollment is up over 200 students more than the state projections at 4,485.

Our revenues exceeded our expenditures for the 2016-2017 school year by almost two million dollars.

Xenia Community Schools continues to add staff positions and programming.  We have something for every student in the school district!

Regarding technology integration, we have a device for every student.

In the past two years, almost every core subject area has been updated with new curriculum and resources.

The district promotes and supports high achievement with: technology courses, gifted programming, advanced courses, and English as a Second Language (ESL) programming.

We now offer more STEM classes than the STEM School.

Our Preschool Program has grown from 85 students five years ago to over 300 students in 2017-2018.  The five star, Step Up to Quality Xenia Preschool is one of eleven in southwestern Ohio.

We have implemented a new Kindergarten Readiness Program to support school-age students who aren’t quite kindergarten ready and need additional academic support.

Our Virtual Academy is helping students who are credit deficient earn their high school diplomas.

The graduating class of 2017 earned over $6 million in college scholarships.

We are spending almost 74% of our revenues on what is going on inside the classroom.  The State recommends 65%.

In 2017, our students' test scores went up in 16 of 23 tested areas – a 70% increase!

Xenia Community Schools offers career tech pathways on-site at our High School: Agriculture, Business & Administration, Engineering & Science Technologies (Biotechnology and Project Lead the Way), Information Technology, and Family and Consumer Sciences.  Further, middle school gateway programs are in place to provide students with courses early that may be of interest to them in the future.  Warner Middle School also engages students in a Career Connections course that initiates career advising for students.

The Board of Education once again earned the Gold Level Award for Effective Leadership.