District Profile

Indian Hill LogoThe Indian Hill Exempted Village School District serves students in the Village of Indian Hill; Kenwood; parts of Symmes Township; Camp Dennison; and a few houses in Loveland. Enrollment as of August 2017 is 2,033 students:

*   445 at Indian Hill Primary School (grades K-2)
*   464 at Indian Hill Elementary School (grades 3-5)
*   489 at Indian Hill Middle School (grades 6-8)
*   635 at Indian Hill High School (grades 9-12+)

Indian Hill Schools are consistently ranked in the top schools statewide and nationally. Newsweek ranked Indian Hill High School #1 in Ohio for 2016, and in the top 100 nationally for six years in a row. U.S. News ranked us #3 in Ohio in 2017, and in the top 200 nationally for six years now. Indian Hill High School is a Washington Post “Most Challenging High School,” ranked #3 in Ohio in 2016 and consistently as one of the top 200 nationally. And Niche just ranked us #3 in Ohio and #9 in the entire country!

From the time our students enter the Primary School, aka “the gateway to the District,” they are challenged to identify their own individual strengths and opportunities, and to achieve to the best of their ability. STEM training starts right away, with kindergartners learning basic programming skills and various opportunities available at each grade level. Once in high school, students have the option of 27 AP courses, including AP Capstone (offered at only a handful of high schools in Ohio), as well as courses such as Applied Technology, engineering, television production, technical theatre, and other career tech programs. Service learning is a cornerstone of the Indian Hill program, with students donating hundreds of hours of their time to benefit the community.

Indian Hill’s focus on academics, athletics and the arts means students have a wide range of options to explore. Graduates are regularly accepted into prestigious visual art, performing arts, and music programs, and many receive athletic scholarships to support their college endeavors.

When students graduate from the Indian Hill School District, no matter their next destination, they are ready to face the world as responsible, self-assured young adults, set to take on their next challenge.