Homebuilding and the Tipp Tiny House Program
Since the fall of 2016, Homebuilding students have learned how to design, build,and maintain houses through the construction of tiny Houses. This new program has been built through the generous contributions of many individuals, organizations, and companies in the greater Tipp City and Dayton area and beyond.
Once completed we will sell a "Tipp Tiny House" each year and use the proceeds to fund the program. The program will continue to provide our students the opportunity to learn hands-on construction skills that are in dire need, engineering and problem solving skills, environmental awareness, the need for affordable and sustainable housing, the impact of giving back to the community, and many more important life skills.
Homebuilding classes also work on houses which will be donated to Veteran's Ananda, an organization in New York that provides free, world class, medical, psychological, and spiritual care to U.S. Armed Service Members, veterans, first responders, and their families.
Tipp City Exempted Village Schools and its local community are committed to educational excellence and proud of its students' achievements in academics, athletics, and service to others. Strong community support, involved parents, and dedicated, highly qualified educators are the pillars to our success. Located 15 miles north of Dayton just off I-75 in the heartland of America, Tipp City is was recently voted one of the Five Best Hometowns in Ohio, Tipp City exudes Midwestern friendliness and small-town charm.
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Tipp Tiny House
Homebuilding Teacher: James Kitchen
Tippecanoe high School
615 E. Kessler-Cowlesville Road
Tipp City, OH 45371
Phone: (937) 667-8448
Fax: (937) 667-0912