Buckeye Local School District (Jefferson County)

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Buckeye Local School District (Jefferson County)
6899 State Highway 150
Rayland, Ohio 43943
 United States
Superintendent Kim Leonard
Grades Pre-school - 12
Enrollment 2,174[1]
Telephone (740) 769-7395
Fax (740) 769-2361

The Buckeye Local School District is a public school district based in Rayland, Ohio, United States.

The school district includes all of Mount Pleasant, Smithfield, Warren, and Wells townships in southern Jefferson County as well as very small portions of Cross Creek, Steubenville, and Wayne townships in central Jefferson County. A portion of Short Creek Township in southeastern Harrison County and Pease Township in northeastern Belmont County also lie within the district.

Nine incorporated villages are served by Buckeye Local Schools: Adena, Dillonvale, Harrisville, Mount Pleasant, New Alexandria, Rayland, Smithfield, Tiltonsville, and Yorkville. Notable unincorporated communities in the district include Brilliant, Greentown, Hopewell, Piney Fork, and Weems.

New middle school[edit]

As of the 2010-2011 School year the two Buckeye Local Jr. High Schools, North Middle School and South-West Middle School, have combined to make a new Jr. High. This Jr. High (grades 7-8) takes up the 1st floor of the high school building, while grades 9-12 occupy the upper floor.


High School[edit]

Middle school[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Buckeye Local School District". GreastSchools, Inc. Retrieved August 9, 2012. 

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