The City of Riverside’s diverse education opportunities include:
All eight school buildings are modern, safe, secure and state-of-the-art, having been totally rebuilt just a few years ago. They are Ohio Department of Education STEM Designated promote a outstanding preschool program and Special Education curriculum designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities. The Stebbins Career Technology Education program is commended both state and nationally and their Air Force Junior ROTC drill team has earned 18 state championship titles and five national titles!
A few interesting facts about St. Helen School:
- Established 1954 & staffed by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur
- Member of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati
- Accredited by Ohio Catholic School Accrediting Association, Re accredited in 2013
- First school in the State of Ohio to be certified a Virtue Based Restorative Discipline School
- Preschool (part & full time) through 8th grade
- 2015-2016 Enrollment: 396
- 65% Catholic/35% non-Catholic
- 2016 Graduates: 86% enrolled in Catholic high schools, 14% enrolled in public high schools
- 98% of graduates attend a 4-year or 2-year college after graduation
- Offering 15 AP courses and 16 STEMM courses
- Our students voluntarily contribute @10,000 hours of community service each year to @50 local, national and international organizations
- 22 competitive Varsity sports
- 45 clubs and activities
- Enrollment: 750 students (2015-2016 school year)
- EDCS is a inter-denominational ministry, formed in September 1978, as a home missions outreach of New Life Fellowship.
- East Dayton Christian is not a parochial school but a private school, chartered by the Ohio State Board of Education
- This school is distinctively Christian because it offers education in a positive atmosphere, and approaches all knowledge as part of a Biblical and Christian worldview
- It is an interdenominational school because Administration, Teachers, Staff, Parents, and Students represent many denominations and churches.
Portions of Riverside are also serviced by Huber Heights, Fairborn, Beavercreek, and Dayton Public Schools. Placement in these school districts are determined by the student’s address. If you have any questions about which school district you reside in, do not hesitate to contact Mad River School District or the City of Riverside.
Area colleges and universities offer several hundred different degree programs.