Elementary Schools in Tipp City Exempted Village


The Tipp City Exempted Village school district in Ohio is home to three high-performing elementary schools: L.T. Ball Intermediate School, Broadway Elementary School, and Nevin Coppock Elementary School. These schools consistently deliver strong academic results, with L.T. Ball Intermediate and Broadway Elementary standing out as the top performers in the district.

L.T. Ball Intermediate School is a standout, with over 80% of students proficient or better in state tests across various subjects and grade levels. The school also boasts a relatively low chronic absenteeism rate of 7.5% and is ranked in the top 223 out of 1,596 Ohio elementary schools, earning a 4-star rating from SchoolDigger. Broadway Elementary School also performs exceptionally well, with 82.4% and 84.9% of 3rd-grade students proficient or better in English Language Arts and Mathematics, respectively. Broadway Elementary has maintained a consistent 4-star rating since the 2003-2004 school year.

While the schools in the Tipp City Exempted Village district share a strong focus on academic achievement, they also exhibit some differences. Nevin Coppock Elementary School has the highest percentage of students receiving free or reduced-price lunch at 17.65%, compared to 12.72% at Broadway Elementary and 9.97% at L.T. Ball Intermediate School. This suggests varying levels of socioeconomic diversity within the district, which could have implications for resource allocation and support services. Additionally, Nevin Coppock Elementary School has a higher chronic absenteeism rate of 12.9%, an area the district may want to address to ensure consistent attendance and academic success for all students.

District Detail

 90 S Tippecanoe Dr
Tipp City, OH 45371-1139

 (937) 667-8444

SchoolDigger Rank:
75th of 835 Ohio districts

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Grades served: K-12
Students: 2,379

Primary Schools: 3
Middle Schools: 1
High Schools: 1
Alternative Schools: 1

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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau and the Ohio Department of Education.

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