Riverside High School, located in DeGraff, Ohio, has an enrollment of 689 students in grades K-12. Riverside draws the student population from DeGraff, Quincy, and surrounding areas, as well as open enrollment students from adjacent districts. Riverside High School offers advanced placement, dual enrollment, and regular college preparatory curricula designed to meet college admission requirements at private and public institutions. Vocational training is also available to students at the Ohio High Point Career Center.
Riverside High School is located in a rural area approximately forty minutes west of Columbus, Ohio, an hour northeast of Dayton, Ohio, and forty-five minutes southeast of Lima, Ohio.
Riverside High School requires 22 credits for graduation, including 4 English, 3 Mathematics, 3 Science, 3 Social Studies, 1 Fine Art/Foreign Language or Business Technology and 1 credit of Health and Physical Education.
Riverside students may enroll full or part time in the College Credit Plus Options Program or participate in Dual Enrollment classes. We partner with Edison Community College, Urbana University, and Wright State University to provide these opportunities.
We currently report GPA’s and transcript information on the unweighted 4.0 scale. Class rankings include weighted honors grades. Our average ACT score is 20.
There are 51 full time teachers with one guidance counselor.
Ohio Board of Regents