Welcome to Ashland County Central School District
The Ashland County Central School Disctrict was established in 1922. When the district formed, only a small population lived within its borders. One building was created to house students in grades K-12. As Ashland became more populated, the school was expanded to fit the needs of the growing population. The building was last renovated in the early 1980's to include an updated cafeteria and gym. During the population boom of the 1990's, brought on by the development of the Stone Creek neighborhood, the district built it's first elementary school. Students attend Stone Creek Elementary from grades K-6. The original building became home to high school students in grades 7-12. The district hopes to renovate the school in the coming years.
Stone Creek Elementary
Principal: Blair Adams
Teachers: Elise Davenport & Brandi LeTourneau
Ashland County High School
Principal: Raymond Hodge
Teachers: Maggie Reid & Christy Stratton