2018-19 School Profile
Batavia High School
School CEEB Code 360-335
One Bulldog Place
Batavia, OH 45103
Fax (513) 732-9740
2018-2019 Building Goals:
High School Goal 1:
Increase student achievement through data analysis and flexible student support with a goal of scoring at or above 90 on the Performance Index Measure on the Local Report Card.
Action Step 1:
Hold monthly High Schools That Work sessions with a specific committee designated to work on academic achievement.
Action Step 2:
Advocate for high levels of achievement with a specific focus on gifted students, students with disabilities, and at risk students through professional development, building leadership team meetings, and the High Schools That Work process.
High School Goal 2:
Increase student academic and school engagement levels for all students.
Action Step 1:
A student advisory committee will be formed that will meet with the school administration at least quarterly.
Action Step 2:
A student safety committee will be formed that will meet with the school administration at least quarterly.
Action Step 3:
The learning commons will be promoted as a flexible learning space where students can collaborate and receive additional academic support.
Grades 9-12 housed in the building which opened in September, 1997
Enrollment 625 (9-12)
Median Class Size 25
Student Attendance 92.4% [Three year average]
School Year 36 weeks, 4 grading periods
Accreditation North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges
Ohio Department of Education
Superintendent Mr. Keith Millard
Principal Tim Derickson
Assistant Principal Darren Stevens
Counselors Felicia Grooms Last Names A-L
Beth Poling Last Names M-Z
Located 20 miles east of Cincinnati, Batavia is a village of about 1,700 people and is the county seat of Clermont County. The school district encompasses the village and surrounding areas serving a total population of approximately 14,300. Approximately 45% of our students attend 4yr Colleges and about 30% attend 2yr Colleges.
Graduation Requirements _ Grading Scale
22 credits required for graduation A = 90-100%
English 4 credits B = 80-89%
Math 4 credits C = 70-79%
Science 3 credits D = 60-69%
Social Studies 3 credits F = Below 60%
Health/P.E. 1 credit
Fine Arts 1 credit
Electives 6+ credits
Grade Point Average and Class Rank
Rank in class is based upon weighted cumulative grade point average and is determined at the conclusion of each year. All courses are included in the GPA. All members of the class are included in the ranking. The computer-generated transcript reflects the GPA, rank, and courses using a 4.0 scale, as well as the weighted rank and weighted GPA. For purposes of top ten in the class, valedictorian, and salutatorian, the weighted course GPA and ranking are used. The grade point scale per course rigor level is as follows: Advanced Placement and Honors – A=4.5, B=3.5, C=2.5, D=1, F=0; General / College Prep – A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0.