Beavercreek City Schools: Facts and Figures
The Beavercreek City School District encompasses not only the City and Township of Beavercreek, but also portions of Fairborn, Kettering, Riverside, Sugarcreek Township and Xenia. Its school buildings include:
Elementary (grades K-5)
- Fairbrook Elementary, 260 Fairfield Road
- Main Elementary, 2962 Dayton-Xenia Road
- Parkwood Elementary, 1791 Wilene Drive
- Shaw Elementary, 3590 Kemp Road
- Valley Elementary, 3601 Jonathon Drive
- Trebein Elementary, 1728 Dayton-Xenia Road (opening August 2013)
Middle Schools (grades 6-8)
- Herman K. Ankeney Middle School, 4085 Shakertown Road
- Ferguson Middle School, 2680 Dayton-Xenia Road (Note: Will become home of Beavercreek High School 9th grade students in August 2013)
- Jacob Coy Middle School, 1786 Dayton-Xenia Road (opening August 2013)
Beavercreek High School, General Janet C. (Libby) Wolfenbarger Campus (grades 9-12)
- Beavercreek High School, 2660 Dayton-Xenia Road
- Ferguson Hall (BHS 9th grade building, opening in August 2013)
- Beavercreek City Schools earned an "Excellent" designation from the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) for the 2011-12 school year. This marked the 12th consecutive "Excellent" rating the district has received. Only 46 of Ohio's 613 school districts have earned the "Excellent" designation for 11 or more years.
- Beavercreek Schools met or surpassed EVERY measure of performance and progress assessed by by the ODE during the 2011-12 school year, including 26 or 26 performance indicators that assess attendance, graduation rates and academic proficiency by grade level and subject.
- In the 2010-11 school year, the District earned its highest Performance Index measure ever (105.3/120), which is a measure of the achievement of every student enrolled during the academic year, and not just those who demonstrate proficiency.
- The District met the Value-Added measure that demonstrates district students achieved a year's worth of academic growth during the previous year. It also met the federally-required Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) measure, which establishes goals for reading and mathematics proficiency by grade level.
- Since 1990, Beavercreek students have scored above the state average on every administration of the Ohio Achievement Assessment.
- Four of Beavercreek's eight schools have been named National Schools of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education.
- Two of Beavercreek's schools were named "Ohio Schools of Character" in 2007, and Fairbrook Elementary was one of ten schools nationwide selected as a "National School of Character."
- In 2012, the Beavercreek City School District was recognized for the 10th consecutive year with national awards for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Association of School Business Officials and the Government Finance Officers Association.
- The Beavercreek City School District earned the Ohio Auditor of State Award with Distinction in 2011 for outstanding financial reporting for 2010. Only 200 of 5,600 state and local government agencies earned this honor.
- The District earned the most desirable audit opinion for Fiscal Year 2011, which marks the 10th consecutive occasion in which BCS has received a clean opinion.
A quick overview of Beavercreek City School District facts can be found here.