About Oak Hills Local School District
The Oak Hills Local School District is the third largest school system in Hamilton County, located in western Cincinnati. Educational opportunities for the approximately 8,200 preschool through 12th graders teach innovation, collaboration, communication, adaptability, and provide real world experiences for future academic and social growth.
The district boasts eleven straight Excellent ratings on the state report card, and is recognized locally, across the state and nationally for excellence in academics, technology, the fine arts, athletics, and extracurricular activities. Among the best, we continue to strive for better.
- Oak Hills High School is the second largest high school in the state.
- Middle school students have opportunities to earn high school credit, and high school students can earn college credit without ever leaving the Oak Hills campus.
- Oak Hills spends the third lowest amount per pupil in Hamilton County.
- J. F. Dulles Elementary and Bridgetown Middle School earned Excellent with Distinction ratings on the state report card for 2009-2010. (I’d deleted this one since it’s outdated)
- The Oak Hills Local School District was formed as the result of the consolidation of three elementary districts – Bridgetown, Delhi and Springmyer, and took effect April 23, 1956.
Timeline of building establishment:
- Delhi – 1926
- Bridgetown – 1939
- Springmyer – 1949
- Oak Hills – 1959
- J. F. Dulles – 1961
- C. O. Harrison – 1961
- Oakdale – 1969
- Delshire – 1970
- Rapid Run – 1999