Educational Attainment

24.31% of the population in Fayette County have an associate’s degree or higher. 86.22% have a high school degree or higher.

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Primary & Secondary Information

Washington Court House City Schools

From Washington Court House City Schools-
“Washington High School, home of the Blue Lions! We are proud to serve our students, families, and the community of Washington Court House. We are committed to building strong academic, artistic, and athletic traditions that have existed in our school community for many years, and we count on YOU to carry on those traditions. Our Staff stands ready to assist you in your efforts to gain a quality education. If you ever have any questions, please be sure to talk with your teachers, guidance counselors, or building principals.”

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Miami Trace Local School District

From Miami Trace Local Schools-
“The Miami Trace Local School District was formed on July 1, 1955, with the consolidation of five local school districts in Fayette County.  The district was named after the Indian trail that ran from Portsmouth to Toledo.  Miami Trace High School opened in the fall of 1962, becoming the first county school system in Ohio to be completely consolidated. Over the course of its six-decade history, Miami Trace has undergone numerous changes, adapting to the evolving needs of the school community.”

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Laurel Oaks Career High School

From Laurel Oaks Career High School-
“Great Oaks, one of the largest career and technical education districts in the United States, has been providing career development, workforce development and economic development services to individuals, business, industry, labor, communities and other organizations in southwest Ohio since 1970. The educational programs and services available through Great Oaks enhance the lives of tens of thousands of people each year. Even though we cover over 2,200 square miles and serve so many people, we believe that each individual is unique. We believe that we have a responsibility to assist each one as they determine their chosen path and take the steps leading to their destination. We also believe that everyone can learn and can be a productive, contributing member of society.”

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