Monroe Local School District was established on September 14, 1999, when the Ohio State Board of Education approved a resolution that allowed only residents living in the city limits of Monroe and portions of Lemon Township to decide at the March 7, 2000 election whether to establish a separate Monroe Local School District. The ballot was approved and on April 12, 2000, the State Board of Education appointed, by resolution, the five- member Monroe Local School District Board of Education. The transfer of assets from Middletown City Schools was made to the Monroe Local School District on June 30, 2000.
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500 Yankee Rd
Monroe, OH 45050
Phone: (513) 539-2536
Most school districts in Ohio offer intradistrict open enrollment which allows students to attend another school in the district if there is space available. Want your child to attend a different neighborhood school? Give the district a call and ask about how to apply. Want to attend a school in this district but don't live here? You can either attend for free through the open enrollment or pay the tuition rate set annually. School Choice Ohio's website has further information to help parents better understand their options. High schoolers in the district are eligible to begin preparing for career and college options through College Jumpstart Options like College Tech Prep (career education) and Post-secondary Enrollment Options (free classes at local colleges and universities). Families looking for options outside the district can access state K-12 scholarships for students with disabilities or students in working class families. You can find the state rating for this district or any buildings in the district at the Ohio Department of Education's website.