• Parks/Schools

  • Anderson Township Park District

    The Anderson Township Park District is located in Anderson Township, approximately 12 miles east of Cincinnati, within the southeast corner of Hamilton County in Ohio.  Over 500 acres of parkland comprise the ATPD, situated within the Township’s 31.2 square miles. The population of Anderson Township, according to the 2000 census, is 43,857 with a median household income (1999) of $70,997.

    The idea for the Anderson Township Park District began in 1970 when the Anderson Hills Community Council petitioned the Anderson Township Trustees to form a Park District. The first park board created a plan for public parks in Anderson Township and bore the Park District by the passage of a referendum in 1975. Operations officially began in 1976 and the first park, Nagel Park, was dedicated in 1978.

    Today, the Anderson Township Park District is an independent governmental agency, known for its year-round schedule of activities that contribute to health, fitness, relaxation, enjoyment, learning, and community fellowship. It is our goal to provide these quality services in the most efficient, cost effective manner possible while striving for customer service excellence and continued quality improvement.

    Contact Number:  474-0003
    http://www.andersonparks.com/

  • Forest Hills School District

    The Forest Hills School District is a comprehensive preschool through 12th-grade school district located in the southeastern suburbs of Cincinnati. The district serves nearly 7,800 students living in the communities of Anderson Township and the Village of Newtown. The combined population of these two communities is about 45,000.

    One of the district’s central themes – Success for All Students – drives a commitment to the quality of education for all students and is enthusiastically endorsed by a five-member board of education. The Forest Hills’ educational system has focused initiatives and commitments of appropriate resources to afford active students opportunities to be successful in academics, the arts, athletics and a wide range of co- and extra-curricular activity programs.

    Results prove that the Forest Hills School District has a history of providing a strong and comprehensive educational program. Every opportunity to achieve is given to our students.  Since the inception of the State of Ohio’s accountability system, Forest Hills has ranked among the highest-performing districts. Forest Hills has received the state’s highest rating of “Excellent” or “Excellent with Distinction” for 11 consecutive years.

    Contact Number: 231-3600
    http://www.foresthills.edu/

    Parochial Schools

    Guardian Angels
    Immaculate Heart of Mary
    McNicholas High School
    Miami Valley Christian Academy

    Other Schools

    Mt Washington School
    Sands Montessori

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