Teays Valley Local School District

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Teays Valley Local School District
385 Circleville Avenue, Ashville, OH 43103
Pickaway County, Ohio
District information
Type Public
Motto Committed to Our Children's Future
Grades Pre-Kindergarten12
Established 1963 (official)
Superintendent Robin Halley
Asst. Superintendent(s) Kyle Wolf
Schools 7
Students and staff
Students 3902 (as of December 2013)
Staff 338 (full-time)
Other information
Website www.tvsd.us

Teays Valley Local School District is a school district in Pickaway County, Ohio, United States. It services the communities of South Bloomfield, Ashville, Commercial Point, and Amanda; in addition, students from Circleville and Grove City attend.


Teays Valley was officially established in 1963 when Ashville-Harrison, Walnut Township, and Scioto Township High Schools combined. At that time, the student population was just 1,650. They named the school "Teays Valley" after the ancient Teays River that ran under present day Pickaway County. The school district is the largest in Pickaway County.

The district is featured in the Together Concepts video production "We Are Teays Valley". The video depicts a surprising number of achievements and innovations, as well as connections to American and world history.[1]

In 2007, the Teays Valley Educational Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization was founded to promote excellence within the district.

Current Events[edit]

With each issue, the Circleville Herald dedicates a page to happenings in the Teays Valley Local School District, including a "Superintendent's Corner" editorial written by the current superintendent of the district.[2]


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