How do Beavercreek City Schools
compare to other districts?
According to documentation provided by the Ohio Department of Education, Beavercreek City Schools compares very favorably with other school districts throughout the state, both in terms of expenditures and academic achievement.
Pupil Administrator Ratio and Admininstrative Expenditure Per Pupil: Superior to most Ohio districts
According to FY 2011 data published by the Ohio Department of Education, the district's Pupil Administrator Ratio is one of the lowest in the state.
The same data reports that Beavercreek City Schools' Administrative Expenditure Per Pupil is less than 66 percent of the public school districts in Ohio. This figure does NOT reflect cuts made to the district's administrative employee ranks in November 2011 and March 2012, which makes the comparison between our school district and other Ohio districts even more favorable.
Academic performance: Consistently "Excellent"
Academic achievement relative to educational spending
In 2011, the Center for American Progress conducted a nationwide study that evaluated the productivity of every major school district in the U.S. in terms of academic achievement relative to educational spending. The report indicated that the Beavercreek City School District generates higher-than-average achievement per dollar spent, and concluded that our district was one of the most effective school districts in the Miami Valley.
For a summary of this report, visit: http://www.americanprogress.org/pressroom/releases/2011/01/roi_national_release.html
To review the report itself, visit: