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Hamilton City Schools is saddened to learn that one of our Linden Elementary students was struck by a car last night and passed away. The Hamilton and Lindenwald Community is wishing the family strength and comfort in the days and weeks ahead.
The Hamilton Board of Education will meet on Thursday, May 13, 2021, at the Administration Building and Training Center, 533 Dayton Street, Hamilton, Ohio. The Board will hold an executive/work session from 4:30-6:30 p.m. and will return to regular session at 6:30 p.m.
Click on our Facebook link below to view the session: https://www.facebook.com/hamiltoncityschools
Congratulations to our Student-Athletes of the Week - Chris Conerly and Louiya Anthony!
On Tuesday, May 4, 2021, the Hamilton City School District honored the Top Scholars in the Class of 2021. Congratulations to each of these incredible students and their families.
Drawings, Paintings, Murals, Oh My! Check out the incredible artwork completed this year by our students at Hamilton High School - Main Campus!
During the month of June, the Hamilton City School District will be hosting the Exploring Words Summer Camp for students who are English Language Learners (ELLs) entering grades 1-6. Click here to learn more!
Deadline to Register: May 14, 2021
Kindergarten registration for the 2021/22 school year is now open. Please click here to learn more.
Do you want to join the #BigBlueOnTheMove team? The Hamilton City School District is now hiring bus drivers. $19.39 per hour + benefits. No experience required. Call 513-887-5060 today!
Wings on Brookwood proudly presents our Student-Athletes of the Week - Kurtis Reid, Ethan Johnson, Lilly Hilsecrop, and Kate Polido.
Students from over 190 schools were nominated for the Anthony Muñoz Foundation Straight ‘A’ Scholarship. Our own Dylan Robinson was one of 18 of this year's recipients.
Click here to meet Mary Anne Hazlett. She will serve as the new principal of Brookwood Elementary School starting the 2021/2022 school year.
Click here to meet Ryan Britton. He will serve as the new principal of Highland Elementary School starting the 2021/2022 school year.
Click here to meet Kristin Yordy. She will serve as the new principal of Wilson Middle School starting the 2021/2022 school year.
Click here to meet Jesse Weisbrod. She will serve as our new Executive Director of Human Resources starting the 2021/2022 school year.
Click here to meet Mr. Ty Smallwood. He will serve as the new principal of Hamilton High School's Freshman Campus starting the 2021/2022 school year.
Hamilton’s NJROTC hosted the NJROTC Area 3 Championships Virtual this past week. Events included Academics, Athletics, and Drill. This meet consisted of 14 participating programs out of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Nebraska.
Wings on Brookwood proudly presents our Student-Athletes of the Week - Natalie Perpingon and Cara Monroe
Riverview Elementary 5th-graders turned their research projects into an amazing mural displayed in the hallway of their school.
Registration for the 21/22 Preschool Lottery is now open. Click here to learn more.
Each week, the Hamilton City School District will share confirmed positive staff and student COVID-19 cases with the public and our school community from the past 14 days.
Wings on Brookwood proudly presents our Student-Athletes of the Week - The GMC Championship Girls Bowling Team
The Bluejays enjoyed a Super Bowl LV themed spirit week full of friendly competitions and lots of learning!
Wings on Brookwood proudly recognizes our Student Athletes of the Week - Dilyn Boyle and Robert Dadablo
Bridgeport fifth graders are hard at work drawing their favorite animals!
Hamilton High School's 2020 yearbooks are here and ready to be picked up.
At Ridgeway Elementary they celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King by writing their own "My Dream World" speeches. Needless to say...they left most of us speechless!
Since 1923 the Scholastic Awards have been recognizing talented youth across our county. This year 4 Big Blue Seniors received awards for their incredible artwork.
7th and 8th grade students in Ms. Walle's Art 1 course at Wilson Middle School recently learned how to use the Google Drawing program. Students were to design a "Digital Landscape Scene". They had to choose Earth, Space, or Underwater as their location.