Centerville High School, Dayton, OH Centerville High School, established in 1885, is a public school of secondary education for approximately 2,800 students in grades 9–12 with staff of 192. It is the only high school in the Centerville City School District, which also includes three middle schools, six elementary schools, and two K-1. It is among the few public high schools in Ohio to receive a distinguished Great Schools Rating of 10 out of 10 and has the third highest student population in Ohio. CHS curriculum includes esoteric courses as well as vocational courses in the Performing Arts, Music, Preparatory College-Career, and the School of Possibilities (SoP) offering an alternative educational pathway. It also offers 25 Advanced Placement tests in 18 courses in science, mathematics, history, government, language, economics, and psychology.
Kettering Fairmont High School, Dayton, OH Kettering Fairmont High School, Kettering, Ohio, is a public, culturally diverse, four-year comprehensive high school with a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) based education serving 2,300 students whose ACT scores are well above the national average with a graduation rate of 98 percent. A majority of students move on to higher education or specialized training. Kettering is an industrial first-ring suburb of Dayton, Ohio that has a local manufacturing base and is in close proximity to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The curriculum offered at Fairmont High School supports these industries with award-winning, Project Lead The Way manufacturing curriculum. In 2010, the Kettering District and Fairmont High School were rated "Excellent" by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE).
Tri-Rivers Career and Tech Center (RAMTECH), Marion, OH The Tri-Rivers Career Center's (TRCC) Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering, Welding and Precision Machine programs are housed in our new Robotics Advanced Manufacturing Technical Education Collaboration (RAMTEC) facility. The programs have the latest industrial equipment and technologies needed to give students real world experience on the equipment and technology that industry is in currently using. FANUC, Yaskawa Motoman, Lincoln, Parker Hydraulics, Mitsubishi PLC, Rockwell Allen-Bradley, Mazak and Haas are all a part of our facility. Students will earn industrial credentials and college credit while attending our programs. Our programs are working with many area companies to implement programs that will help get our students prepared with relevant skills that will give them the opportunities to attain excellent manufacturing careers.