About Buckeye Valley
Buckeye Valley Local Schools is located in Delaware, Ohio. Rich in history and tradition, Buckeye Valley includes the towns of Ostrander, Bellepoint, Radnor, Ashley and Kilbourne. Buckeye Valley Local Schools is a high performing organization committed to continuous improvement, enriching the community, and the promotion of life-long learning. The district serves more than 2,200 students within our high school, middle school and two elementary schools. Buckeye Valley has exceptional educators who have the willingness to work hard to ensure that each child is successful.
The mission of the Buckeye Valley Local School District is to achieve excellence through growth and learning for each student's success.
Buckeye Valley High School
Buckeye Valley Middle School
Buckeye Valley East Elementary
Buckeye Valley West Elementary
Graduation Class Statistics (Class of 2017)
We had a total of 173 student graduate.
48 of our 173 graduates have received some type of scholarship.
This dollar amount totaled $4,147,568 $2,040,488 will be used by accepted and used to attend the college of their choice. An additional $2,107,080 will not be used because the student chose a different university
How many seniors earned honors diplomas: 49
How many seniors earned Presidents education award: 34
How many seniors were in the National Honors Society: 35
14 students will be attending Ohio University in Athens.
10 students will be attending Ohio State (Columbus Campus)
10 will attend OSU-Marion 9 students will be attending Bowling Green State University
Otterbein is the most popular private university, with seven planning to attend there.
OWU will have 3 of our students.
The furthest place one of students will attend school year is San Diego State University!
How many graduating seniors: 173
Military: 4% %
Four Year College: 54.3%
Two Year College: 17.3%
Gap year or still exploring options: 7.5%
*One student is going on an 18 month mission!
Graduation Class Statistics (Class of 2016)
68 of our 170 graduates have received some type of scholarship.
$2,390,000 will be used by students directly from the college/university they have chosen to attend.
An additional $142,000 will come from Community donors and school-related scholarship organizations
$3,287,600 will be turned away because the student chose to attend a different university!
11 students are attending Ohio State (Columbus Campus) and another 8 will attend OSU-Marion
Otterbein is the most popular private university, with 7 planning to attend there.
OWU will have 4 students attending.
The furthest places students will attend school next year are University of Tampa and USC-Santa Barbara!
2017 ACT Percent of Tested Students Ready for College-Level Coursework
BVHS Recives Silver Medal Ranking
The U.S. News and World Report has released its annual Best High School rankings, a review of 28,496 public high schools across the United States. We are proud to share that Buckeye Valley High School received a ranking of #74 in the state of Ohio out of 866 high schools putting us in the top 10%. Nationally, Buckeye Valley High School received a rank of #1616 putting us in the top 6% of high schools nationwide.
You can find the full rankings report here.
Buckeye Valley PreSchool Earns 5-Star Quality Rating through Step Up to Quality
The Buckeye Valley PreSchool Earned a 5 Star Quality Rating through Step Up to Quality. Learn more Here.