The Edgerton Local Board of Education believes in the importance and worthiness of education in a democratic society. The Board of Education further believes in the established practice of providing equal educational opportunities for all youth without concern or prejudice because of sex, race, color, religion or political belief. We, the Board of Education, accept the responsibility placed on us by the electorate to provide the best educational system possible within the limits of the finances available for that purpose. The Board of Education recognizes the necessity and desirability of providing educational opportunities in accordance with the standards established by the State Department of Education.
Edgerton Local School District, located in Edgerton, Ohio, residing at 111 East River Street, housing grades Pre-K-12, serving approximately 640 students. At Edgerton Local Schools we provide students opportunities to develop their potential intellectually, socially and emotionally. We believe that our public school exist to provide an effective educational program and to offer all students opportunities to develop their capabilities to the maximum of their potential so that they may act constructively as contributing citizens in our changing society. Edgerton Local Schools has a strong academic foundation, a parent community that is interested and is actively involved, a faculty professionally skilled and personally committed to meeting the needs of students and a student body motivated to perform well.
Edgerton Elementary School is comprised of one half day "Young Fives" kindergarten, three all day kindergarten classes, three first grade classes, two sections second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth grades. Edgerton Elementary Library serve the literary needs of the students.
Edgerton High School is comprised of grades 7-12. The Edgerton High School Library not only tends the reading needs of the students but is home to NOVA (Northwest Ohio Virtual Acedemy), Northwest Ohio Jump Start Program and Credit Recovery.