On behalf of the students, staff, and Board of Education, we’d like to welcome you to the Madeira City School District. The accomplishments of our students at every grade level are the result of our highly qualified and talented faculty and staff, blended with the support and involvement of our parents and community. This unique combination makes Madeira a most desirable community in which to live and raise a family.
Our annual Quality Profile (QP) highlights a portion of our district achieved in areas our community told us are important; Academics, Arts, Student Leadership & Activities, Fiscal Stewardship, Parent & Community Involvement, Student Services, and Staff & District Recognitions. It shows how our students constantly excel in ways that aren’t included in mandated state tests, yet are ways that will help them succeed in life past Madeira. See more about what makes Madeira such a great place for our students at The Rest of the Story. Additionally, our students consistently achieve at a high level on the annual Ohio Department of Education (ODE) Local Report Card (LRC). We publish a yearly newsletter dedicated to our graduates. See District Digest for newsletters from 1999 to our most recent.
Our Board of Education guides our district by the principles that can be found at Madeira City Schools Goals.
If you're interested in the history of our district, you can read about it at History of Madeira Schools.
For more information about our district, please contact Diane Nichols at 513-985-6070 or email@example.com. We'd love to show you firsthand why Madeira City Schools are such a great place to be!
City of Madeira
Madeira (population 8,726) is an eastern suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio. Primarily residential, Madeira is home to families from diverse socioeconomic levels with average to above-average incomes. With its hometown feel and terrific location - near Kenwood Towne Center and approximately 12 miles northeast of downtown Cincinnati with convenient access from I-71 - Madeira is known for its well-maintained properties and vibrant central business district where visitors and residents can shop and dine. Madeira is consistently recognized for its charming atmosphere, high quality of life and being a family-friendly place to live and work. The communities closest to Madeira include The Village of Indian Hill to the east, Cincinnati and Mariemont to the south, Sycamore Township (Kenwood), and Blue Ash and Montgomery to the north and west.
Madeira has continually been recognized as the #1 ‘Burb in Greater Cincinnati. Madeira is an extraordinary community comprised of many caring and involved residents, a dedicated City Staff and volunteers, outstanding schools in the Madeira City School District and St. Gertrude Elementary School, and a business district that is thriving, active, and growing.
For more about Madeira, please see Madeira, Ohio.
Cincinnati is the county seat of Hamilton County. Settled in 1788, the city is located north of the Ohio River at the Ohio-Kentucky border, near Indiana. The population within the city limits is 296,943 according to the 2010 census, making it Ohio's third-largest city. According to the 2010 Census Bureau estimate, the Cincinnati metropolitan area had a population of 2,130,151, the 27th most populous Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in the United States. Residents of Cincinnati are called Cincinnatians.
In the early 19th century, Cincinnati was the first American boomtown in the heart of the country to rival the larger coastal cities in size and wealth. As the first major inland city in the country, it is sometimes thought of as the first purely American city. Cincinnati is home to two major sports teams; the Cincinnati Reds and the Cincinnati Bengals, a major tennis tournament, the Cincinnati Masters, and home to large events such as the Flying Pig Marathon, the Ohio Valley Jazz Festival, and the Thanksgiving Day race. The University of Cincinnati traces its foundation to the Medical College of Ohio, which was founded in 1819. Cincinnati is known for its large collection of historic architecture. Over-the-Rhine, a neighborhood just to the north of Downtown Cincinnati, boasts among the world's largest collections of Italianate architecture, rivaling similar neighborhoods in New York City, Vienna and Munich in size and scope. Constructed mainly between 1850-1900, Over-the-Rhine was the center of life for German immigrants for many years, and is one of the largest historic districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
More information: City of Cincinnati