Welcome To Bethel Local Schools 

newbldg smNestled in the southeast corner of Miami County, Bethel Local School District is located 15 miles to the north of the City of Dayton and includes portions of Tipp City, Huber Heights and Bethel Township. Chartered in 1917, the district consists of one K-12 grade building with three different schools: elementary, middle school and high school. As Bethel Township changed and the district grew through the years, permanent academic spaces were added to the original building in 1951, 1956, 1964 and 1969 with a new gymnasium in 1999.


Conservative with its resources, the district continues to use its nearly 100 year old classrooms to accommodate the area’s growing population. Recently, the residents of Bethel Township showed their support of the district and voted in a 22 million dollar bond for school facility improvements, additions and renovations. Reflecting the community’s traditional values of respect for others, authority and learning, students of all ages experience quality academic curriculum, exceptional fine arts programs and numerous athletic opportunities.


Student-centered instruction, small class sizes and supportive learning environments foster a caring “family” environment where teachers are able to make personal connections with students and their families on a daily basis. The district’s graduates consistently rank among the top in the Miami Valley area with an average ACT composite score of 23.6; they experience academic course offerings of Honors, AP Classes and Electives that prepare them for the 21st Century global economy. Beginning in seventh grade, students are afforded the opportunity to participate in a variety of fine arts, student government and athletic opportunities. Our elementary also offers a variety of different programs ranging from gifted education, accelerated reading programs and musical choirs and bands. Bethel Local Schools proudly honors the traditions of it community and has an active multi-generational Alumni Association that inspires commitment to quality.


Overall, Bethel Local Schools is committed to its core values and strives to achieve the highest levels of performance in all its endeavors. Acting in the best interest of its students, Bethel seeks to provide experiences that complement the community’s strengths and needs. Seeking what’s best for its students, Bethel Local Schools leadership draws from its past by embracing its future. For more information about Bethel Local Schools and the programs it offers, contact the Central Office at (937) 845-9414.

 

 

 

District Profile

The Bethel Local School District consists of one K-12 building with three (3) schools: elementary, middle school and high school. Presently, we have an enrollment of approximately 1560 students; however, with the new construction and development in Bethel Township, the district has been consistently growing at a rate of 100 students per year since 2014.


 

     GRADE          ASSIGNMENTS

2014 - 2015

2015 - 2016

2016 - 2017

2017 - 2018

2018 - 2019

Pre-school

15

11

10

17

21

KG

94

78

114

89

115

1st GR

74

119

104

129

105

2nd GR

89

85

117

112

138

3rd GR

68

89

99

130

120

4th GR

87

78

98

109

138

5th GR

95

91

87

110

118

6th GR

81

95

95

110

125

7th GR

79

94

94

98

123

8th GR

88

87

100

104

110

9th GR

96

109

106

115

114

10th GR

84

88

103

102

116

11th GR

71

76

94

104

113

12th GR

75

73

81

100

108

Approximate Enrollment  TOTAL

1096

1174

1302

1429

1564

 

 


The district includes portions of Tipp City, Huber Heights and Bethel Township, Ohio.   Although rural by nature, there are many amenities within and surrounding the district; quick access to highways, dining and shopping in Tipp City and Huber Heights and a nearby YMCA with programs for all ages. No wonder we are known as “Great Place to BEE!” 

In addition to having outstanding college preparatory and general course of study, Bethel High School is affiliated with the Miami Valley Career Technology Center, which offers 50 vocational programs and Tech Prep courses of study.   The MVCTC also offers several engineering and robotics classes on the Bethel campus.

More than 60% of our Bethel High School graduates continue their education at colleges and universities. In 2018, our 44% of graduates earned $1,137,829.00 in scholarships and awards to public and private colleges and universities in Ohio and the nation.

The district promotes and supports all types of learners with high achieving programs in the areas of Special Education, Gifted Education and English as a Second Language programs. In addition, they offer seven advanced AP classes as well as provide a structured intervention program for middle school and high school. In addition, a strong focus is placed on 21st Century Competencies of Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Creativity, Civic Responsibility, Entrepreneurial Competitiveness and Global Connections.

The Bethel District takes great pride in their community involvement. The strong support organizations such as PTO (Parent Teacher Organization), Music Boosters and Athletic Boosters as well as local organizations like Tipp City Foundation and Miami County Foundation enhance the lives our students.

 

 

 

 

 

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