The City of Louisville and Nimishillen Township in Stark County have approximately 3,000 students. These students are taught by certified teachers and have access to guidance counselors, psychologists, speech therapists and other resource personnel. The district is served by a central office staff providing ongoing programs and services. The Board of Education is located at 407 E. Main St and can be reached at (330) 875-7625.

Louisville City Schools have been rated "Excellent" by the Ohio Dept. of Education!!

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415 N. Nickelplate
(330) 875-1177

Current enrollment includes half of the students in grades K-2 and all of grades three, four and five. The students benefit from features like computers with CD-ROMs in each classroom, a technology lab, a guidance program and a science program, to name a few.


7337 Easton St. NE
(330) 875-2661

Enrollment at North Nim consists of about half of the K-2 students in the district, as well as growing preschool classes. In addition to computers in each classroom, North Nimishillen offers a networked computer lab and an emphasis on an integrated approach to language arts. 

1300 South Chapel Street
(330) 875-5597

Enrollment includes sixth, seventh and eighth graders with an average classroom size of 25 students. All students are enrolled in a nine week computer laboratory course in all three grades. Louisville Middle School stresses an interdisciplinary curriculum. This school also offers a gifted program and special education services.


1201 South Nickel Plate

(330) 875-1438

LHS serves the ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade students in the Louisville district. We are proud to have many National Merit Scholars, outstanding band and choir programs, a nationally recognized speech team and competitive athletic teams. Louisville High School students have the opportunity to attend several vocational education offerings through R.G. Drage Career Center in addition to the outstanding curriculum on campus. It is a credit to these programs that approximately two-thirds of our graduates attend institutions of higher education.

214 North Chapel Street
(330) 875-1467

Chartered by the State of Ohio for grades K-8. The average student to teacher ratio is 25:1. St. Louis is the oldest Catholic school in the Diocese of Youngstown, serving our area since 1852. The basic curriculum of our school has been enhanced with a computer lab and state-of-the-art science lab.

2121 Reno Drive N.E.
(330) 875-1631

Exists to provide a quality education for all students regardless of religion, race, or ethnic background. The school is operated by the Diocese of Youngstown and is chartered by the State of Ohio as a comprehensive high school. Almost 4,000 students have graduated from our school in its 31 years of service and over 90 percent of these graduates have gone on to college or further education.