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District Snapshot
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 and home to over 21,000 students each day.

The district includes portions of the City of Columbus, Franklin Township, Jackson Township, Pleasant Township, Prairie Township, and all of the City of Grove City. 

2024 Board of Education
Chris Boso, President
Kelli Martindale, Vice President
Julie Liskany
Camille Peterson
Denise D'Angelo Steele

Dr. Bill Wise, Superintendent
Dr. Jamie Lusher, Deputy Superintendent
Dr. Brian R. Bowser, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum
Mrs. Jen. Iceman, Interim HR Director
Hugh W. Garside, Jr., Treasurer

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

Demographic Information
Asian - 2.63%
Black: 16.86%
Hispanic: 20.35%
American Indian: 0.13%
Multiracial: 7.56%
White/Caucasian: 52.44%
Native Hawaiian: 0.03%

Language Statistics
 - 3,683 students enrolled during 2022-2023 school year
 - Nearly 2,000 former students K-12 who have exited EL program after
 - Roughly 25% of the district if you combine those two numbers connected to the program
 - 78 spoken languages in the District (of those 70% Spanish, 20% Somali/Arabic, 6% Ukrainian, 3% Hakha Chin)

Twitter:      @SWCSD