Whitehall City School District

The Whitehall City School District provides a safe, positive, student-centered environment focused on quality learning experiences. It is the mission of the school district to continually increase the achievement of all. The Whitehall Board of Education is committed to individual student achievement, growth and development by providing a curriculum that is rich, varied, and designed to prepare students to become effective members of society.

The district serves approximately 2,900 students and provides a wide variety of programming designed to meet the needs of a diverse population. These programs include a solid curriculum in core subject areas aligned with the State of Ohio expected learning outcomes along with: 
  • A full-day kindergarten program for all students
  • An after-school program for academic intervention and enrichment
  • Services for gifted and talented students 
  • Services for students with special needs 
  • Services for students who speak English as a second language
  • Social work, counseling, and guidance services 
  • Summer school for all levels

The district welcomes you to visit any or all of its schools to view the many outstanding learning opportunities. If you would like more information with regard to the Whitehall City Schools, please call the Superintendent’s Office at (614) 417-5001. Click here for the district website.

Mission Statement: 
To create success through personalized learning for every student, every day.


Middle & High School


Whitehall-Yearling High School students have the opportunity to take advanced placement classes as well as college classes from Columbus State Community College, which are offered at the high school. Students at Rosemore Middle School have the opportunity to take high school classes for high school credit in math, English, and foreign language. Virtual learning classes for credit recovery are also available for students. 

Whitehall City Schools are well equipped for preparing students for the information age. The district maintains 2,000 computers and an extensive network for staff and student use including work productivity tools, email, and internet access. Multi-media technology is also available for instructional uses. The district is a charter member of the Eastland / Fairfield and Technical Centers, which provide career training programs for business, technology, agriculture, medical and dental assistance, and trade and industrial occupations. In addition, Whitehall Schools provide an award winning fine arts program, including visual and performing arts, vocal, and instrumental music.

Construction


The Whitehall School District completed construction of five new school buildings, thanks to the support of the community of Whitehall. These new facilities are state of the art in terms of the learning spaces they will provide for the students of the community for a long time. 

Whitehall Board of Education


  • Mr. Walter Armes, Board President
  • Mrs. Blythe Wood, Vice President
  • Mr. Mike Adkins
  • Mrs. Joy Bivens
  • Mr. Leo Knoblauch

Contact Information

School Address Phone Number
Beechwood Elementary School 455 Beechwood Road (614) 417-5300
C. Ray Williams Early, Childhood Center 4738 Etna Road (614) 417-5680
Etna Road Elementary School 4531 Etna Road (614) 417-5400
Kae Avenue Elementary School 4738 Kae Ave. (614) 417-5600
Rosemore Middle School 4800 Langley Ave. (614) 417-5200
Whitehall School District, Administration Building 625 S. Yearling Road (614) 417-5000
Whitehall-Yearling High School 675 S. Yearling Road (614) 417-5100