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Education

A good, solid education is the foundation for a healthy, growing, striving community. Hancock County has a very strong commitment to education. We offer eight public high schools located throughout the county, as well as one public city school district.

Findlay City Schools is the largest district in Hancock County. Other districts range from 250 to 1,500 students. Heritage Christian School is a private school for grades K-12. St. Michael Catholic School and St. Wendelin Catholic School are private schools that provide education for students in grades K-8. Findlay Digital Academy offers students in grades 9-12 with an alternative learning environment. Many schools offer open enrollment.

Millstream Career Center is a career cooperative school that offers hands-on learning and training for high school students. It serves 15 schools with 17 programs. Millstream students obtain skills and certifications that allow them to enter the workforce right out of high school.

Even before our children reach school age, they can attend one of many preschools around Hancock County. We offer many options to make sure your child is ready to enter Kindergarten. For those with special needs, Blanchard Valley Center and the Center for Autism and Dyslexia offer specialized services to meet the learning needs of each student.

For those who wish to continue their post-high school education, Hancock county is home to the University of Findlay and Owens Community College. We are also strategically located for commuter students, with easy access to Bowling Green State University, Bluffton University, Ohio Northern University, Rhodes State College, Heidelberg University and Tiffin University.

From primary to secondary to post-secondary education, Hancock County’s focus on education supports a strong and healthy workforce.

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