Fast Facts About SWCSD

About Our Schools


The South-Western City School District is the fifth largest public school district in the State of Ohio and the second largest in Franklin County. The District covers 119 square miles including urban, suburban and rural settings. It is one of the most unique public school districts in the state.


2016-2017 School Year

Number of Schools
    
 High Schools (grades 9-12)
 Career-Technical High School
(grades 11-12)

 Middle Schools (grades 7-8)
 Intermediate Schools (grades 5-6)
 Elementary Schools (grades K-4)15 
 Special Schools
                         
2016-2017 Staff Information
 Classified997
 Certificated 1,556
 Administrative 99
 Total     2,652
(Source: SWCSD Personnel Department 5/17)



2017 Board of Education
 
Cathy Johnson, President
Lee Schreiner, Vice President
Karen Dover
Mindy Garverick
Robert Ragland, Sr.



Administration

Dr. Bill Wise, Superintendent
Hugh W. Garside, Jr., Treasurer




South-Western City School District
3805 Marlane Drive
Grove City, Ohio 43123
(614) 801-3000

Web site:   www.swcsd.us
Facebook:  www.facebook.com/SWCSD
Twitter:      @SWCSD
About Our Students


Statistical Information

2016-2017 District Enrollment
 High Schools
(9-12)
6696 
 Middle Schools (7-8)3273 
 Intermediate Schools (5-6)3299
 Elementary Schools (K-4)8301 
Buckeye Ranch78 
 TOTAL21,647 



Student Demographic Data
Ethnic Composition (2015-2016)
American Indian 0.07%
Asian2.46% 
Multi-Racial5.17% 
Hispanic14.56% 
 African American 13.43%
 Caucasian64.26% 
Pacific Islander  0.04%

2016-2017 Head Start and Preschool Students
 3 Year Olds4 Year Olds 
Bostic Center Head Start32 94 
Stiles Family Resource Center Head Start34 101 
Bostic Preschool1630 
Darby Woods Preschool28 
Harmon Preschool12                31 
Prairie Norton Preschool16  30 
South-Western Preschool57            112 
Stiles Preschool1017 

2016-2017 Free and Reduced Lunch Data
Free Lunch Percentage
52.90% 
Reduced Lunch Percentage
6.71% 
Free and Reduced Percentage
59.61% 

2016-2017 English Learner (EL) Data
 Identified EL students
3,295 
 Receiving EL Services
3,015 
Language Dialects 81