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By the Numbers

Below, we offer a quantitative look at Seven Hills and the numbers and statistics behind our story. 


COLLEGE COUNSELORS

Four dedicated college counselors with more than 55 years of collective experience

ONE-ON-ONE TIME WITH A COLLEGE COUNSELOR

Each student receives 45 to 50 hours of college counseling from ninth to 12th grade

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

42 of the 87 members of the Class of 2019 received college scholarship awards, averaging $195,000 per recipient

2019 GRADUATES ATTENDING A FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE

100%

Click here to view our Class of 2020 Profile


AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

Niche.com, the largest, data-driven website for researching and ranking K-12 schools, in national, state, and local categories, ranked Seven Hills:

“#1 Best College Prep Private High School” in Ohio

“#1 Best Private K-12 School” in the Cincinnati area

“#1 Best Private High School” in the Cincinnati area

“#1 Best College Prep Private High School” in the Cincinnati area

TUITION ASSISTANCE

$4 million available each year

RENEWABLE MERIT AWARDS

Ranging from $1,000 to $15,000 per student, per year for grades 6 through 12 and $1,000 to $10,000 for grades 1 through 5

NATIONAL MERIT RECOGNITION

19% of the Class of 2020 has received National Merit Recognition

STUDENT DIVERSITY

39%

GEOGRAPHIC DIVERSITY

Students who attend Seven Hills come from more than 60 ZIP codes across southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky attend Seven Hills

COMMUNITY SERVICE

More than 150 hours per student during kindergarten through grade 12, including a 30-hour individual community service project required of each Upper School student

ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION

80%

CLUBS

More than 40 extracurricular clubs and organizations in grades 6 through 12

EARLY CARE AND AFTER THE BELL

Early Care begins at 7:30 a.m. and students in our After the Bell program have the option to remain at school as late as 6 p.m.

OPTIONAL SUMMER PROGRAM

8 weeks of hands-on activities in athletics, the arts, and academic enrichment for children ages 3 to 16

TRANSPORTATION

A shuttle covers the seven miles between the Doherty and Hillsdale campuses; specific local public school districts supply yellow bus service, which is separate from The Seven Hills School shuttle. See more on our Transportation page.

ACCREDITATIONS

National Association of Independent Schools

Independent Schools Association of the Central States

Ohio Association of Independent Schools

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Current Total School Enrollment: 1,011

Lower School (Pre-kindergarten for 2-year-olds through grade 5): 411

Middle School (Grades 6 through 8): 223

Upper School (Grades 9 through 12): 377

Upper School College Board Scores

 

Middle 50% of ACT Scores: Composite 27-33; average 29

English: composite 28-35; average 31

Math: composite 25-32; average 28

Reading: composite 27-35; average 31

Science: composite 25-34; average 29

Middle 50% of SAT Scores: Combined 1290-1500; average 1384

EBRW (Verbal): composite 650-740; average 693

MSS (Math):composite 640-760; average 691

SAT Subject Tests: Average Test Scores

Math I: 701

Math II: 731

Chemistry: 670

Molecular Biology: 755

Environmental Biology: 710

Physics: 660

U.S. History: 730  

World History: 665                     

French: 565

Spanish: 670                                                                                                                   

Latin: 690      

Literature: 680

Average Subject Test Score: 704

Percentage of students scoring 3 or higher by test

Biology – 100%

Calculus AB – 100%

Calculus BC – 100%

AB Subscore – 100%

Chemistry – 85.7%

Computer Science A – 100%

English Language – 100%

English Literature – 94%

European History – 100%

French Language – 100%

Latin – 100%

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism – 76.5%

Physics C: Mechanics – 94%

Spanish Language – 100%

Spanish Literature – 100%

U.S. History – 100%

 

In May 2019, 147 students took 363 Advanced Placement exams in 16 subjects.

  • 97% of them earned college-qualifying scores of 3 or higher.
  • 79% of students scored 4’s and 5’s. 26 students were recognized as AP Scholars, scoring a 3 or above on at least 3 Advanced Placement exams.
  • 16 were named AP Scholars with Honor, scoring at least 3.25 on each exam and 3 or more on at least 4 AP exams.
  • 46 were recognized as AP Scholars with Distinction, scoring at least 3.5 on each exam and 3 or more on at least 5 AP exams.
  • 7 students were named National AP Scholars, scoring at least 4 on at least 8 AP exams.