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Hillside campus 5400 Red Bank Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 513.271.9027 Doherty campus 2726 Johnstone Place Cincinnatio, Ohio 45206
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Seven Hills by the Numbers

Hopefully, you’ve explored our "
Why Seven Hills"? pages in the Admissions section to get a sense of our approach to teaching, our school culture, and our unique way of preparing future-ready learners. Below is a more quantitative look at Seven Hills.

Current total school enrollment: 1,040 students
  • Lower School (PreK-5): 460
  • Middle School (6-8): 245
  • Upper School (9-12): 335
Average class size: 15 students
 
Student/teacher ratio: 9 to 1
 
Ethnic diversity: 30 percent
 
Geographic diversity: More than 60 ZIP codes across SW Ohio and N. Kentucky
 
Percentage of faculty with advanced degrees: 76% in Upper School; 50.5% overall
 
Average teaching experience: 18 years
 
Community service: more than 150 hours per student during grades K-12 including a 30-hour community service project required of each Upper School student.
 
Athletic participation: 80 percent
 
Extended day: as early as 7:30 AM and as late as 6:00 PM

Clubs: over 40 extracurricular clubs and organizations in grades 6-12
 
Optional summer program: 9 weeks of hands-on activities in athletics, the arts, and academic enrichment.
 
Transportation: a shuttle covers the 7 miles between Doherty and Hillsdale campuses; many local public school districts supply yellow bus service; carpool ZIP code lists are also available.
 
Tuition assistance: $3 million available each year
 
Renewable Seven Hills merit scholarships: ranging from $1,000-$11,000 per student per year for grades 6 through 12 and $1,000 to $5,000 for grades 1 through 5.
 
Percentage of students receiving some form of tuition assistance: 35 percent

College Board Scores - Class of 2014

Perfect Scores: 
25% of the Class of 2014 has earned at least one perfect score on a section of the SAT or ACT or on a Subject Test.

Middle 50% of SAT Scores
: Combined: 1650-2140         
  • Critical reading: 580-710; average 622
  • Math: 610-730; average 636
  • Writing: 580-720; average 626
SAT Subject Tests: Average test scores
    • Math I: 662                            
    • Math II: 710    
    • Chemistry: 714
    • Environmental Biology: 695
    • Molecular Biology: 730
    • Physics: 790
    • Literature: 677
    • U.S. History: 658
    • World History: 770
    • French: 650                   
    • Spanish: 790
    • Overall Average Subject Test Score: 695
    Middle 50% of ACT test scores:
      • English:  26-34; average 29
      • Math:     26-34; average 28
      • Reading: 25-33; average 29
      • Science:  25-32; average 29
      • English/Writing: 26-31; average 28
      • Composite: 26-34; average 28.4
        Advanced Placement (AP) test scores (as of June 2013):
        104 students took a total of 218 AP tests; 92% scored 3 or higher

        % of students scoring 3 or higher by test:
        Art History - 75%
        Biology - 100%
        Calculus BC - 63%
        Calculus AB subscore - 70%
        Chemistry - 100%
        Computer Science A - 100%
        English Language - 100%
        English Literature - 100%
        European History - 100%
        French Language - 100%
        Latin - 100%
        Physics B - 100%
        Physics C: Elec & Mag - 100%
        Physics C: Mechanics - 100%
        Spanish Language - 93%
        U.S. History - 94%
        World History - 100%

        National Merit Recognition:
        • 26% of the Class of 2013 have received National Merit recognition
        Percentage of graduates attending a four-year college: 100%
         
        College counselors: We have three dedicated college counselors (over 54 years of collective experience)
         
        Hours of one-on-one time with a college counselor: 25 to 35 hours between junior and senior year
         
        College scholarship recipients: The majority of our graduates receive a scholarship offer.
         
        College scholarship payouts over the last two years: more than $11.5 million, averaging $187,000 per scholarship recipient.


        Accreditations
         
        National Association of Independent Schools
         
        Independent Schools Association of the Central States
         
        Ohio Association of Independent Schools
         
        State of Ohio
         
        Hillside campus 5400 Red Bank Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 513.271.9027 Doherty campus 2726 Johnstone Place Cincinnatio, Ohio 45206