The London City School District educates over 2,200 students on a centralized campus located just north of downtown London. The district is comprised of 47 square miles and includes the City of London, the community of Lake Choctaw, and portions of Union, Deer Creek, Paint, and Oak Run Townships in Madison County. Notable alumni include NFL Hall of Famer Dick Lebeau and Jim Hackett, the President and CEO of Ford Motor Company. The London City School District is committed to fulfilling its mission of providing a high-quality education in order to prepare students for life's challenges. Please visit the District's Quality Profile and Strategic Plan Links to learn more about the district and our improvement efforts.

District Areas of Special Recognition

The district has designated several areas on campus as Areas of Special Recognition to honor past contributions to our schools and community.

Nike Find Your Greatness Advertising Campaign

London, Ohio, and the London City Schools were featured prominently in Nike's Find Your Greatness advertising campaign leading up to the 2012 Olympics in London, England.

About the city of London

The City of London, Ohio is a city of approximately 11,000 citizens, which serves as the county seat of Madison County. It is strategically located at the western edge of Metro Columbus. London has experienced continual, modest growth throughout its history, which is beginning to accelerate due to being within 20 miles of America's 14th largest city. While London serves as a bedroom community to Columbus, it is also home to several large employers including Stanley Electric, Nissen Chemitec America, and Madison Health.

City of London, Ohio Wikipedia

About Madison County

Madison County, which was named after President James Madison, is home to approximately 45,000 residents in central Ohio. The county is comprised of the villages of Midway, Mount Sterling, Plain City, South Solon, and West Jefferson, and the City of London. Agriculture has played an important role in the county's past and continues to be important for future success.

Madison County Wikipedia