Tipp City Exempted Village Schools

Where Excellence is a Tradition

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    Newsweek recently named Tippecanoe High School as one of America’s top high schools. THS is one of only 500 schools in the country to earn this esteemed recognition. This is an incredible achievement for the district and community especially when you consider the competition! According to the U.S. Department of Education, there are 26,407 public secondary schools and 10,693 private secondary schools in the United States.

    This honor speaks volumes for our conscientious students, dedicated staff, committed parent involvement and supportive community. Though this ranking is limited to high schools, this success is a reflection of every employee in the district. A key to student success is having a high quality, effective teacher in each classroom and a strong support staff that puts students first. Graduation rates and college readiness are the results of 13 years of education, 13 years of building a strong academic foundation. Congratulations and thank you for being a part of our success. View the full list

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    Families new to Tipp City Exempted Village Schools should contact the school the student will attend in the fall.  Beginning on August 6th, please call the school to schedule an appointment for student registration.

    Grades K-1        Nevin Coppock Elementary               667-2275

    Grades 2-3        Broadway Elementary                        667-6216

    Grades 4-5        LT Ball Intermediate                            667-3719

    Grades 6-8        Tippecanoe Middle School                 667-8454

    Grades 9-12      Tippecanoe High School                     667-8448


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  • Phone Survey Results

    The Board of Education received the results from the district's community phone survey, one tool being utilized by the consulting firm of Burges & Burges to guide Tipp City Exempted Village Schools with strategic planning.   The culmination of data and information is to assist the Board of Education and administration in determining the best possible approaches for addressing our district’s financial, programming, educational, service, and facility needs. To review the survey results go to  2015 Survey Results.
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Superintendent's Welcome

 Welcome to Tipp City Exempted Village Schools

Where Excellence is a Tradition

Dr. Gretta Kumpf Welcome to Tipp City Exempted Village Schools where “excellence is a tradition.” We don't take the district’s motto for granted, but strive toward it daily as the goal of our programming. We expect our students will do their best in their classrooms, theatrical productions, musical performances, sporting events, or any other endeavor they attempt. The goal of excellence is not easily attainable; it truly is the pursuit of the goal that makes each student successful!

We are a district that is proud of our “Excellent” rating from the State of Ohio; however, ratings and accomplishments are only as telling as the experiences we create for our students. Tipp City Schools enjoy a solid reputation for outstanding teachers who work hard each day to make a difference for students and their education. The legacy of any successful school district must be that of preparing its students for the future they choose to pursue. In Tipp City Schools, we are proud that our students are enjoying outstanding learning experiences that are building them for their futures.

Because of our exemplary teachers, Tipp City students consistently rank among the top schools in the region on standardized proficiency and achievement tests. Students develop a solid academic foundation during their elementary and junior high years so they are adequately prepared for high school and its many challenges. Teachers also place a value on developing responsibility and self-confidence in their students.

The Tipp City Exempted Village School District consists of five schools with an enrollment of approximately 2500 students. Our community is home to one high school (9-12), one middle school (6-8), an intermediate school (4-5), and two elementary schools (K-1 and 2-3). Each building has a vibrant and supportive atmosphere that is vital to students’ potential. Highly engaged volunteers embrace opportunities to collaborate within each of the schools to enhance the educational mission for students.

Tipp City Schools are the heart of this small, vibrant community. Whether attending an athletic event (the district competes in the Central Buckeye Conference), volunteering as a tutor, or organizing a district-wide event, community support is overwhelming. It is prominently evident in the untiring support from booster organizations, parent groups, the business community, and local government. It is easy to see why excellence is a tradition in Tipp City Exempted Village Schools!

If you would like more information about Tipp City Schools, please call our Board of Education office at (937) 667-8444. We will be happy to help you.
Dr. Gretta Kumpf
Superintendent of Schools 

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Tipp City Ex Village School Board of Education

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It is our pleasure to serve the citizens of Tipp City and Monroe Township as members of the Board of Education of Tipp City Schools. We serve in order to help uphold the school district's tradition of excellence and to challenge the administration, faculty and staff to continue setting the academic bar even higher. You may contact us by e-mail by clicking on our names above. Thank you for your interest in Tipp City Schools.
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