Serving a culturally and economically diverse, 52-square mile area, the Westerville City Schools meet the needs of approximately 85,000 residents. The district is comprised of 23 schools - 16 elementary, four middle, and three high schools, and is the 10th largest district in Ohio serving more than 14,000 pupils.
Westerville provides academic support, an International Baccalaureate curriculum, advanced placement, postsecondary options, interactive video courses, able and talented resource centers, elementary magnet school programs in the Arts, World Languages & Culture, Math and Science, peer mediation training, school-age before-and after-school child care, active business partnerships, and programs for some 1,400 special needs students. The district is committed to the development and expansion of technology. Every school is connected to the Internet and is internally wired and equipped with up-to-date computers and software.
Westerville is further recognized for its rich history of excellence in the arts and in athletics. The district promotes the involvement of students in a wide array of extracurricular opportunities that contribute to the future success of its students.
The Westerville City School District has a statewide reputation as a high performing, exemplary public school district.