Lebanon City School District

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The Lebanon City School District is located in Lebanon, Ohio. The school district is primarily the City of Lebanon and Turtle Creek Township and covers 81.9 square miles.[1] It also includes small portions of Union, Salem, Clearcreak, and Washington Townships, and some small areas that have been annexed in to the City of Middletown and the City of Mason.

The District has approximately 5000 students[1]

Schools in District[edit]

  • Lebanon High School - Grades 9-12
  • Lebanon Junior High School - Grades 7-8 (Building formerly Lebanon High School from 1969 to 2004)
  • Berry Intermediate School - Grades 5-6 (Building formerly served as Berry Middle School grades 5-8 from 1969 to 2004, and as Lebanon High prior to 1969)
  • Donovan Elementary School - Grades 3-4
  • Bowman Primary School - Grades 1-2
  • Louisa Wright - Kindergarten

Former Schools in District[edit]

  • Francis Dunlevy Elementary - Named after Francis Dunlevy the first teacher in the area [2][3] Closed and converted to school transportation center
  • Alfred Holbrook Elementary - Closed and used for school administrative offices

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