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Levy Information

Northmont City Schools' levy on the November 7, 2023 ballot is a 5.5 mill emergency levy for a period of 10 years. Our investment, with the levy, is about $16 a month per $100,000 of current (2022) county-auditor appraised property value

(not recent reappraisals).

Northmont City Schools are fiscally responsible

  • Northmont closed Englewood Elementary after the levy failed in May to save taxpayers an additional $1 million per year

  • The District reduced their levy ask when the newest State budget projected Northmont receiving $2.2 million more than last year

  • Nearly 30 staff positions, across all staff levels, including administration, have been eliminated to save costs

  • The levy request is NOT permanent but for 10 years

  • The levy will generate the same amount for our schools every year - no more and no less, regardless of any changes in property values

Northmont proudly ensures their students have the resources for successful futures 

  • In the last 5 years, the number of Northmont grads attending top-tier colleges has TRIPLED

  • Northmont grads were awarded more than $9 million in scholarships in 2023

  • Northmont ranked in the top 3.5% in Ohio for Student Growth Measures across all grade levels. (2021-2022 State Report Card data)

  • Northmont earned 5 out of 5 stars for the 2nd year in a row for Student Growth, and 5 out of 5 stars for Gap Closure and Graduation Rates. (2022-2023 State Report Card data)

With our votes FOR this levy, Northmont can:

  • Maintain health and safe school building learning environments

  • Provide counseling, mental health and other vital student services

  • Retain and attract quality teachers and school staff

  • Prepare Northmont graduates for success in college, careers, and life

  • Continue Ap courses, gifted services, and a variety of activities to meet the needs of all students

  • Prevent large increases in class sizes

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