Princeton City School District
The school district serves Glendale, Lincoln Heights, and Woodlawn; most of the cities of Sharonville, and Springdale; and parts of Blue Ash, Evendale, and Springfield Township. In addition the southeast part of Butler County's West Chester Township, the southwest corner of Warren County's Deerfield Township and the northwest corner of Sycamore Township are in the district.
The school district's general offices are located at 3900 Cottingham Drive in Sharonville. The superientendent is Thomas Woods-Tucker.
The Princeton City School District was established in 1955, combining Crescentville, Evendale, Sharonville, Glendale, Stewart, Runyan, Woodlawn and Springdale School Districts. Only Sharonville and Glendale had high schools. 3 years after the merger of the 8 districts, a kind donation of land from Marianna Matthews allowed the building of Princeton High School, the current building that stands on Chester Road in Sharonville. The auditorium was named after the Matthews in honor of their donation. The current middle school, Princeton Community Middle School, was then built. All new elementary schools were built by the end of January 2008 for each city/village and the 2009 bond levy passage is allowing a new high school/middle school to be built on the current site of the middle school. That building is projected to open for the 2013-2014 school year.
- High Schools
- Middle Schools
- Princeton Community Middle School
- Elementary Schools
- Evendale Elementary School - Pre-K to 5th school, Evendale Elementary dedicated the current school building in 2007 that educates close to 250 students each year
- Glendale Elementary School
- Heritage Hill Elementary School
- Lincoln Heights Elementary School
- Sharonville Elementary School
- Springdale Elementary School
- Stewart Elementary School
- Woodlawn Elementary School
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