Little Miami Schools
The quality of the Little Miami School District effectively complements the quality of life found in Warren County - Ohio's second fastest growing county.
Little Miami schools place a strong emphasis on academics - from kindergarten through 12th grade. In fact, student scores on achievement tests are some of the strongest in the state.
The school district covers significant territory - 100 square miles, making it geographically the largest in southwest Ohio.
The district unites the communities of Butlerville, Maineville, Morrow, Hamilton Township, Harlan Township, Salem Township and Washington Township, and increasingly, the many new planned communities in the area.
Our elementary schools - Harlan-Butlerville, Hamilton-Maineville, Morrow and Salem Township - are neighborhood schools and serve students in grades K-4 from those communities.
At the end of fourth grade, students move to the district-wide Little Miami Intermediate School, which serves grades 5-6. Seventh and eighth grade students attend Little Miami Junior High School, and those enrolled in grades 9-12 attend Little Miami High School.
The district's five core beliefs include: Academic excellence; Safe learning and working environments; Quality facilities for quality learning; Fiscal responsibility; and Adherence to all state and federal requirements.