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District Profile

 

The Northmont Community
Northmont City Schools continues the tradition and heritage of academic, athletic and fine arts excellence that began over 50 years ago. Northmont City Schools is the essential element that blends the municipalities of Clayton, Englewood, Union, Phillipsburg and a portion of Clay Township together into a community that supports quality education.
The district encompasses 44 square miles, includes one early learning center, five elementary schools, one middle school and one high school and serves around 5500 students. Both the Kleptz Early Learning Center (KELC) and the High School are brand new state of the art facilities. The KELC opened in 2014 and the High School moved into their new building in January of 2016. Many Northmont students attend the Miami Valley Career Technology Center to enter career paths and further their education.

 

Mission Statement
To Provide students an exceptional education with diverse opportunities so they maximize their potential and are productive, responsible citizens.

 

Awards and Distinctions
  • Top 5% in Ohio for Advanced Placement Scores

  • Top 5% in Ohio for Student Growth Measures Across all Grade Levels

  • 30 years of “Perfect” Safety Inspections of our bus fleet

  • 79% of Student Athletes are Scholar Athletes

  • 100% Third Grade Guarantee Passage Rate for the past two years

  • Scholarships awarded- The 2017 graduates had 437 scholarships with an overall amount of $8,214,475 awarded to seniors!

  • DECA Marketing Education Program- DECA is a co-curricular marketing program attached to the Business and Marketing Classes at Northmont High School.  DECA allows students to utilize the skills they learned from the classroom into a project that they can compete in at the district, state, and International level.  Northmont DECA has had success in all levels of competition including numerous Ohio DECA state officers, state winners, international qualifiers, and international finalists. The strong connection with local business leaders allows for students to gain experiences beyond the typical classroom.

  • NJROTC:
    • Area Three's Most Outstanding Unit 2017, 2014
    • Area Three's Most Improved 2016
    • Distinguished Unit 2017*, 2016, 2014*, 2013* With Academic Honors *
    • Area Three Drill and Field Meet Champions and Navy National's placement:  2013-12th and 2016-9th place
    • Navy, Army ROTC Scholarships earned: 2014- one and 2017- two
  • The Academic Challenge Team- has won 9 consecutive GWOC division championships, during which time the team won 151 consecutive league matches over an eight year period. The team has won 7 state championships over the last decade and won 2 history bowl national championships. During the 17-18 school year, the team is ranked 8th in the state and has been ranked 1st in the state 4 of the past 5 years (during which time we peaked at #3 in the country). The team has won 42 tournaments in 14 states over the last decade.

 

Curriculum, Instruction & Technology

The district has a robust course offering catalog that will rival any in the state. We offer courses like robotics in middle school and aeronautical engineering at the high school. There are opportunities for students to earn a Robotics and/or Nurse Aide Training credential.

We believe in engaging students and have recently adopted Project Based Learning strategies district-wide to ensure students have opportunities to learn by doing, creating, and having authentic learning experiences.

We have One-to-One technology at the HS for every student and a strategy to expand to grades 2-8. Our early learners are at Two-to-One and are immersed in technology on a regular basis

College Credit Plus Offerings on HS campus are expansive.  Our dedicated staff has the credentials to allow students to gain high school and college credit while still enjoying the high school experience.  It is not necessary to leave the building while accumulating 20 college credits.  The option to attend the nearby community college branch is an option for students wanting more credits.

Our staff has multiple opportunities for Professional Learning throughout the school year. The Professional Development Team has been expanding these opportunities and continues to look for ways to meet all of our staff's learning needs. In November, there is a two-day Fall Institute where staff has over 100 learning sessions to chose from. Many of the sessions are taught and led by our own staff. In March, there is another professional development day that is used to help our staff learn and grow.

For more information about our curriculum, instruction, and technology, visit our CIT page.

 

Community Organizations/Partnerships
The district has great relationships with the following:
Northmont Optimist Club
Northmont Chamber of Commerce
Northmont Rotary
Northmont Lions Club
Wright Patterson Air Force Base- GRILL (Gaming Research Institute Learning Lab)
Dayton Regional STEM Center
Miami Valley Career Technology Center- Robotics offerings at HS & MS, Nursing program at HS

 

Financial Information
August 2017 Moody's Credit Rating

 

Grants Received
Straight A Grant (Project Based Learning)- $391,000
Martha Holden Jenning Foundation grants
Southern Regional Education Board Grant (Aerospace Engineering)- $10,000
Dayton Regional STEM Center Grant- $1500

Alumni Videos
Click here to view stories about some of our alumni and how Northmont impacted their lives.

Facility Information
Northmont takes pride in the highly maintained condition of our 11 facilities with over 723,000 square feet of building space along with 196 acres. Our new OFCC facilities have earned a LEED rating of Silver, and we are currently in the process of becoming a Green Certified school district. We have a great partnership with our community athletic feeder programs where they utilize district playing fields and gymnasiums to hold practices and events. 
GREEN CERTIFICATION OF BUILDINGS
We received confirmation that all of our buildings were approved to be Green Business Certified. We achieved this rating based on completing several checklists on various areas that outline our commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability through the processes and procedures we have in place. Another part of the program that we have signed up for is the Bring Your Green Challenge.  This is a friendly competition between businesses and schools in the Dayton area that requires tracking of energy, water, waste, and employee engagement and could possibly result in some awards based on the goals met throughout the year-long challenge. We will be attending a press conference on where we will be recognized along with other businesses and schools in the area for being awarded the Green Business Certification. The anticipated outcome of becoming Green Certified along with the Bring Your Green Challenge is that we as a district are doing our part for the environment, educating our students and employees on sustainability, and achieving cost savings through additional rebates and tracking our district’s consumption of supplies and utilities.