District Square Mileage
2020 Senior Scholarships
Over $4 Million
May 4 Ballot Issue
On Friday, January 29, 2021, the Louisville City School Board of Education took the final steps to place a five-year 5.9 mill emergency operating levy on the May 4th ballot. After listening to community feedback and much deliberation, the Board decided to reduce the ask.
Passage of Issue #13 on May 4th:
A recorded copy of the Community meetings held in March can be accessed at https://youtu.be/kzIGsn-VG5g.
INTER DISTRICT OPEN ENROLLMENT
Each year, the Louisville Board of Education carefully reviews and examines the Open Enrollment of students from other districts. The Board sets limits on Open Enrollment to ensure the district does not exceed acceptable classroom ratios for students and teachers.
There is no guarantee for Open Enrollment seats. In some cases, grade levels and buildings may be closed to new open enrollment students due to limits on class size.
Pre-School does not accept Open Enrollment.
Inter-District Open Enrollment allows students from other Ohio school districts to be educated in Louisville City Schools. The deadline for requests is April 30, 2021.
Click here for Intra-district open enrollment
Welcome, Little Leopards Kindergarten Class of 2034!
Children who will be 5 years of age on or before August 1, 2021, are able to attend kindergarten for the 2021-2022 school year. Click for details.
Preschool for Children ages 3-5
The Louisville City School District’s Integrated Preschool Program has been welcoming preschool children, ages three through five, with and without disabilities for over 20 years! Click here to learn more!
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The Louisville School District has installed Wi-Fi access points outside of each school building and at Leopard Stadium. The district applied for and received a nearly $161,000 broadband access grant through the federal CARES Act. The initiative is aimed at increasing access to broadband internet for students, families and community members. To join, access the lcsdguest network on an internet-capable electronic device (such as a phone or computer) and provide an email address. No password is needed.
The USDA has extended its “Summer Serve” food program through June 30, 2021. This means that breakfast and lunch meals will be available to ALL students grades PreK through 12 each school day at no cost to families. read more