Lockland Local School District is located in the Village of Lockland, a small and diverse community located just north of Cincinnati, Ohio. The district serves an average of 550 students in grades K-12 residing in the villages of Lockland and Arlington Heights, OH as well as from surrounding communities through open enrollment.
Founded in 1851, Lockland Local School District is one of the oldest school districts in Ohio. Over the past 170 years, Lockland has graduated students who became world-renowned doctors, lawyers, educators, first responders, elected leaders, and military heroes. Our graduates include the first African-American Navy Seal, scientists who developed life-saving medications, authors of stories for several Academy Award-nominated movies, professional performers, and many others who enjoyed successful careers as professional athletes.
Lockland has fielded several state championship teams and athletes and sent countless students to college on academic and athletic scholarships.
Review of all curriculum and resources for all students in grades K-12 and invested in relevant ongoing and job-embedded professional learning for all staff.
Acquisition of 21st-century learning technology for all students and staff. Lockland is now a one-to-one district with Google Chromebooks with increased network capabilities and a technology strategic plan to guide future growth.
On September 8, 2021, the Lockland Local School District was named a 2021 Wi-Fi At Work Award by WifiForward for working collaboratively with local municipalities, Cincinnati Bell Technology, state and federal agencies, and the local community to increase high-speed internet access points for all to use. Lockland was one of only 16 organizations to earn this distinction nationally. The public WiFi network that has been established resulted in approximately 28,000 WiFi sessions during the first six months and based on data projections and additional work to build out the network, is on pace to result in over 100,000 WiFi sessions per year by the 2022 calendar year.
Development and implementation of a K-12 Local Literacy Plan that guides the work in literacy in all grade levels and content areas.
Awarded over $4 million dollars in competitive grants at the local, state, and federal levels over the past several years.
Passed a bond issue in 2019 to fund the community share of $4.7 million to renovate our historic buildings.
In July 2021, the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission voted to approve the state share of $21,943,820.00 towards the renovation of our beautiful K-12 campus, a multi-year project with planning beginning in 2021.