A strong educational network of outstanding educational institutions makes Clermont County a great place for families as well as employers.
Primary and Secondary Schools
Eight of ten Clermont County’s school districts received an "Excellent” or "Excellent with Distinction" rating from the Ohio Department of Education. Batavia, Bethel-Tate, Goshen, Loveland, Milford, New Richmond, West Clermont, and Williamsburg all received the Department’s highest rankings. Click here to review the Ohio Department of Education’s school report card.
Technical and Vocational Training
The Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development provides career and technical training for students in affiliated high schools. As the largest technical district in the world, it trains 70,000 adults annually, including 20,000 skilled technicians.
U.S. Grant Vocational School prepares youth and adults with technical skills in high demand fields such as health care, engineering design, and metal fabricating. It also offers a state-of-the-art business conference and computer center.
Local Higher Education Institutions
University of Cincinnati’s Clermont College enrolls approximately 3,000 students in 50 associate degree and certificate programs. Additionally, some Batavia campus programs offer students the option to receive a four-year degree or to transfer to the main University of Cincinnati campus. The school offers small classes, with a 23:1 average student-teacher ratio and has the lowest tuition of any UC college. UC Clermont also conducts continuing education and business training classes.
Regional Higher Education Institutions
Greater Cincinnati offers a diverse array of colleges and universities. Over 100,000 annual graduates within a 200 mile radius help ensure the health of the region’s workforce. The University of Cincinnati has been named a leading public research institution, producing more than 300 engineers annually. Cincinnati State Technical and Community College has one of the 10 largest co-op programs in the country.
Regional Colleges and Universities by Enrollment
- University of Cincinnati 33,000
- Miami University 21,200
- Northern Kentucky University 13,700
- Cincinnati State Technical and Community College 7,200
- Xavier University 6,600
- The Union Institute and University 2,700
- Gateway Community and Technical College 2,500
- College of Mount St. Joe 2,100
- Thomas Moore College 1,400
- Southern Ohio College 1,300