45424 Public Schools

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There are 10 public schools in 45424 Dayton, OH, serving 7,961 students.
Minority enrollment is 33% of the student body (majority Black), which is more than the Ohio state average of 27%.
The student:teacher ratio of 16:1 is less than the state average of 18:1.

45424, Ohio

  • School Location Students Grades
  • Huber HeightsCharles Huber Elementary School
    8895 Emeraldgate Dr
    Huber HeightsOH45424
    (937)237-6375
    630 students | Gr. PK-5
  • DaytonMad River Middle School
    1801 Harshman Rd
    DaytonOH45424
    (937)237-4265
    504 students | Gr. 7-8
  • Huber HeightsMonticello Elementary School
    6523 Alter Rd
    Huber HeightsOH45424
    (937)237-6360
    592 students | Gr. KG-5
  • Huber Heights
    Rushmore Elementary School
    7701 Berchman Dr
    Huber HeightsOH45424
    (937)237-6365
    546 students | Gr. KG-5
  • DaytonStebbins High School
    1900 Harshman Rd
    DaytonOH45424
    (937)237-4250
    1126 students | Gr. 8-12
  • Huber HeightsStudebaker Middle School
    5950 Longford Rd
    Huber HeightsOH45424
    (937)237-6345
    773 students | Gr. 6-8
  • Huber Heights
    Valley Forge Elementary School
    7191 Troy Manor Rd
    Huber HeightsOH45424
    (937)237-6380
    607 students | Gr. PK-5
  • Huber Heights
    Wayne High School
    5400 Chambersburg Rd
    Huber HeightsOH45424
    (937)233-6431
    1930 students | Gr. 9-12
  • Huber Heights
    Weisenborn Middle School
    6061 Troy Pk
    Huber HeightsOH45424
    (937)237-6350
    698 students | Gr. 6-8
  • Huber Heights
    Wright Brothers Elementary School
    5758 Harshmanville Rd
    Huber HeightsOH45424
    (937)237-6355
    555 students | Gr. PK-5

Zipcode Statistics

AboutZipcode 45424 Zipcode Statistics (OH) State Statistics
Population (Approximate) 49,930 people 11,532,950 people
Age 25+ w/College Degree 31% 21%
Median Household Income $55,929 $46,302
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Did You Know?
Public schools in zipcode 45424 have a diversity scoreThe chance that two students selected at random would be members of a different ethnic group. Scored from 0 to 1, a diversity score closer to 1 indicates a more diverse student body. of 0.43, which is lower than the Ohio average of 0.43. The most diverse school in zipcode 45424 is Valley Forge Elementary School. Read more about public school diversity statistics in Ohio or in the USA.