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About Us

2021 Equity Report
Reynoldsburg City Schools is committed to identifying opportunities to address inequities and disparities in our District. Please click on the image below to view the 2021 Equity Report which shows our efforts in:
  • Addressing discipline data
  • Diversifying the workforce
  • Ensuring there is no correlation between students identified with a disability or gifted (or both) and the impact on discipline
  • Providing equitable access to AP, CCP and other academic opportunities

2021 Equity Report
2021-22 Quality Profile
In addition to our State Report Card, and our Five-Year Strategic Plan, this Quality Profile characterizes the overall educational value of Reynoldsburg City Schools in areas that matter most to our community. Please click on the image below to view a PDF of the 2021-22 Quality Profile. 
 Quality Profile Cover Page
Investing in Innovation Impact Report
Reynoldsburg City Schools is proud to present the Investing in Innovation Impact report, which reflects the efforts of grant work which allows the District to expand and refine college and career pathways to strategically recruit students from underserved and underidentified populations for college and AP courses. Please click on the image below or download the report here.

Investing in Innovation Impact Report
RCS Five-Year Strategic Plan

Dear Reynoldsburg City Schools’ Staff, Students, Parents and Community Members,

I am pleased to present the Reynoldsburg City Schools’ Five-Year Strategic Plan, “Impact the NOW, Innovate the FUTURE”. What began as one of our most important priorities upon my arrival in the District has morphed into a document for stakeholders such as yourself as a way to be involved, to be kept in the loop with the progress of the District, and to get an idea of where we see ourselves, not just in five years, but 10, 15 and beyond.

A lot of work and time went into this Strategic Plan and I want to thank everyone who attended meetings, offered ideas, voiced their opinions, and more to bring this plan to life. We have a great deal of work ahead of us, but I am confident that these goals will guide us in achieving the success we desire and in yielding outstanding results as we continue to work together with our community as partners.

I am, and remain always, #reynproud.


MJB Electronic Signature 
Dr. Melvin J. Brown
Reynoldsburg City Schools

Please click on the image below to view the Five-Year Strategic Plan:

 5 -year Strategic Plan

District Facts
Reynoldsburg is a first-ring suburb of Columbus, Ohio
6 elementary
4 middle (grades 5-8)
4 high school academies
Asian/Other      8 percent
Black, Non-Hisp.       39 percent
Hispanic      7 percent
Multiracial      10 percent
White, Non-Hisp.      36 percent
Students w/Disabilities      12 percent
Economic Disadvantage      53 percent
Limited English Prof.      6.8 percent 
District Highlights
College & Career Readiness
Our partnerships with colleges and universities are giving many students a head start on college and career training.
93% of RHS Students graduate in 4 years
96% of RHS Students graduate in 5 years
The Class of 2018 stats:
$8.9 Million in Scholarships
4,103 College Credits
168 Internships (more than doubled from 2017)
Our goal is for 90% of our graduates to earn at least 3 hours of college credit. 
STEM Designations
STEM Logo 
Reynoldsburg City Schools offers five STEM-Designated schools throughout K-12:
Herbert Mills Elementary
Summit Road Elementary
Baldwin Road Junior High
eSTEM Academy (RHS)
HS2 Academy (RHS) 
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