Louisville Middle School was built in 2004 with the generous support of the community. In return, we are pleased to host various school and community events. We offer high-quality educational programs, aligned with the new Common Core and State of Ohio Academic Content Standards as well as a full slate of award-winning athletics and music, including, Band, Jazz Band, and Vocal Music. Louisville Middle School is a friendly and safe place. Our staff demonstrate solid values and exceptional work ethic and serve as positive role models for our students. We provide a student-focused and challenging academic environment and strive to meet the diverse educational needs of all students.
LOUISVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL EARNS TWO STATE EDUCATION AWARDS
The Ohio State Board of Education has granted Louisville Middle School a 2017-2018 Momentum Award as well as an Overall A Award for student achievement on the school’s 2017-2018 report card. Learn more
Louisville Middle School
Grade Levels: 6-8
Total students: 716
School Resource: Kelly Crowl, Louisville City Police Officer
Technology is readily available in Louisville Middle School: Parent Internet viewer provides the ability for parents to stay up-to-date on their child’s academic progress. We also utilize multiple classroom computer labs, three mobile labs, Chrome Books for students to use in their learning and collaboration, as well as SMARTBoards in a majority of the classrooms. Teachers have access to email, voicemail, a phone in the classroom, and their webpages can be accessed through our staff directory. Many teachers use social media, such as Instagram and Remind 101 Texts to help parents stay informed.
Project Wisdom- Helping Students Make Wiser Choices
• Students hear a daily, one-minute broadcast which encourages our students to build character and confidence through ethical thinking and to inspire students to contribute to their community and honor diversity.
iCARE-Ohio’s Stark County C.A.R.E. Team
Louisville Middle School is a member of the Stark County CARE Team initiative. This initiative brings together teachers, administrators, counselors, and representatives from numerous social service agencies in an effort to brainstorm ways to support a struggling child and his/her family. Schools that provide this kind of support have more resources and earlier access to prevention and intervention for troubled students. This leads to higher attendance rates and overall higher student achievement.