District Profile


The Jennings Local School District consists of one K-12 grade building with three (2) schools: elementary and junior high/high school. We have an enrollment of approximately 386 students:

Approximate Enrollment
High School (7-12)154
Elementary School (K-6)205
Total359

The district includes Fort Jennings and portions of Jennings and Jackson Townships, Ohio.

Fort Jennings High School is accredited by the State of Ohio and the North Central Association.

In addition to having outstanding college preparatory and general courses of study, FJHS is affiliated with the Vantage Career Center, which offers 17 vocational programs and Tech Prep courses of study. The athletic teams compete in the Putnam County League.

Jennings Local School graduating students consistently rank among the top in the Miami Valley area in proficiency and achievement tests.

Forty-nine percent of FJHS graduates in the Class of 2017 continued their education at colleges and universities.

Graduates earned $505,220 in scholarships and awards to public and private colleges and universities in Ohio and across the nation 2016-2017.

The district promotes and supports high achievement with: technology, a Gifted Program, and English as a Second Language Program (ESL is for bilingual and English language learners).

Jennings students take great pride in academic and extracurricular accomplishments. The strong support of the Athletic Boosters, surrounding business community, and local governments enhance the lives of our students.

There are many amenities within, and surrounding, this district that is rural by nature yet a very comfortable place to be a permanent resident.

Jennings Township, and the surrounding areas, offers: quick access to highways, Huber Heights, Tipp City, shopping and a nearby YMCA with summer day camps, child care, swimming, aquatics, and youth and adult sports programs.




Program Highlights:

  1. Pax Behavior Games (K-6)

  2. Gifted Program (4-6)

  3. Technology - 1:1 Elem. Chromebooks, 1:1 HS iPads

  4. ACT Profile

  5. 2017 Grad plans - college, training, GROB, etc…

  6. Envirothon

  7. Student Council

  8. Math Leagues

  9. PD opportunities/attendance by our teachers

  10. Classroom sizes - small student:teacher ratio

  11. Band/Marching Band

  12. National Honor Society

  13. Science Fair

  14. College Credit Plus

  15. STEM Lab

  16. Outdoor Gardens

  17. Habitat Plots

  18. Arboretum on campus

  19. Musical (yearly)

  20. Band Trips

  21. Senior Trip

  22. Envision IT Transition Plans

  23. Work Based Learning Programs

  24. Scholastic Bowl

  25. Junior job shadow