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Our Mission

Our mission at Edison Local School District is to get our students prepared for tomorrow, to be enrolled, enlisted, or employed.

Home of the Wildcats

The Edison Local School District encompasses 208 rural square miles in the northern half of Jefferson County, Ohio.  We educate nearly 1500 students and employ 189 professionals in our three buildings,  Edison High School, John Gregg Elementary and Stanton Elementary.   Edison Local works diligently to be good stewards of the $21.6 million budget the communities of Irondale, Stratton, Empire, Richmond, Amsterdam, Knoxville, Pleasant Hill, East Springfield, Wolf Run, Hammondsville and Bergholz provide for the education of our children.

Edison Local Schools strives to prepare each student for enrollment, enlistment or employment by providing  individualized education through the traditional classroom setting, the ECAT Online Learning Program, Project Lead the Way STEM, Computer, Engineering and Biomedical Science programs and the 5 Star Rated Preschool Program. We take great pride in student college and  career readiness through College Credit Plus and Industry Recognized Credentialing. Students are encouraged to expand their opportunities in vocal and instrumental arts,  agricultural career education, computer information career technology courses, extra curricular activities, community service organizations and athletics.

Prepared for Tomorrow

School Culture

Engage students and staff in a positive school and classroom culture that builds upon traditions and values of our community.

Student Success

Provice a well-balanced academic and career preparation program that prepares students for work, further education or service.

Community Engagement

Engage our community and increase their support by building trust, being accountable and maintaining open lines of communication.

Operational Effectiveness

Maintain high standards for fiscal responsibility to maximize efficiencies, operation effectiveness and school safety.

Upcoming Events

May 29, 2024
May 30, 2024
  • STE-6th Grade Graduation

    May 30, 2024  10:00 am - 11:30 am

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  • End of 4th Nine Weeks- Two Hour Early Dissmissal

    May 30, 2024  12:50 pm - 1:50 pm

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May 31, 2024
June 27, 2024
  • Board Meeting

    June 27, 2024  6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Edison High School, 9890 OH-152, Richmond, OH 43944, USA

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July 18, 2024
  • Board Meeting

    July 18, 2024  6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Edison High School, 9890 OH-152, Richmond, OH 43944, USA

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August 15, 2024
  • Board Meeting

    August 15, 2024  6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Edison High School, 9890 OH-152, Richmond, OH 43944, USA

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District News

Edison Celebrates Seniors with Honors Breakfast

Edison High School celebrated 20 seniors for their accomplishments during the 2024 Honors Breakfast on May 24.     Students receiving honors diplomas were invited along with their families and special teachers and staff to break bread in the school cafeteria and take part in a program led by school administrators. Superintendent Bill Beattie welcomed the crowd of more than 100


Casting Memories: Edison High’s First Cops and Bobbers Event a Big Hit!

Edison High School recently received a $500 Step Outside Grant from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to initiate the annual Cops and Bobbers program. This innovative initiative provides Junior High students with a unique opportunity to fish alongside local law enforcement officers and school teachers, fostering community ties and outdoor education. This past Saturday, students, teachers, and deputies from


Varsity Track Season Ends

Freshman Annie Board capped off a tremendous season with a 2:27.81 in the 800. The Track season came to an end this weekend. Many Team and individual goals were achieved this season. The Girls finished 4-1 and Runner Up in the Indian League. Annie Board became an OVAC Champion in the 2 mile. The girls 4 x 800 set a

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