Rolling Hills Local Schools Profile
We service a wide range of students from our surrounding areas and continue to stress best-practices and technology-based educational methods.
The Rolling Hills Local School District resides in rural south-eastern Ohio, with a range of families that are agricultural, industrial and professional based. We service approximately 1,700 students from the surrounding areas, and continue to stress best-practices and technology-based educational methods. Our mission is to be an inviting educational center providing excellent opportunities for all students based upon high expectations in academics, technology and social development through a strong partnership with the community. We work hard to provide teachers and students with opportunity, and since 2010 have generated over $7 million in grants and donations.
21st Century Technology
Rolling Hills stands at the forefront of educational technology integration, catapulting students into the 21st century with the skills necessary for success. We as a district understand the importance of incorporating 21st-century skills into all learning opportunities, giving students chances to discover their strengths and develop skills needed to compete in a global economy.
Rolling Hills provides every student, grades K-12, with an iPad to enhance their educational experience, providing our students with opportunities to creatively collaborate using modern technology.
Meadowbrook High School Dual Enrollment
Meadowbrook’s Colt College offers over 60 different classes that give students transferable college credits. Since 2013, Rolling Hills has provided students over 2,100 semester hours of credit for a total savings of over $1,050,000 in college tuition. In 2016-2017, over 90 students participated in the College Credit Plus program. Rolling Hills partners with 14 area schools and local Universities and Colleges to provide these opportunities. Partnerships include: Zane State College, Stark State College, Muskingum University, Washington State Community College, COTC, Belmont College & Rhodes State.
In 2017, over $800,000 in scholarships were awarded to students attending post-secondary schools.
Awards and Distinctions
2017 District Administration District of Distinction Award
2016 BASA Exemplary Leadership Award
2016 Ohio Auditor of State Award for exemplary financial reporting from the district
2014 District Momentum Award for Tremendous Achievement by the Ohio Department of Education
2014 District SOAR Awards for Significant Progress from Battelle for Kids
Rolling Hills Schools
Meadowbrook High School
Meadowbrook Middle School
RHLSD New Building Project
Colt College & Career Center
Together we make a difference!