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The Fredericktown Local School District is requesting quotes for the replacement of our district's SMART Boards. Click here for more information. Bids are due by Friday, March 24th at 4:00 PM.

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The Fredericktown Local School District will permit students from any Ohio school district to enroll in its school system on a tuition free basis.

Applications will be accepted beginning at 8:00 A.M. on April 1 (this year it will be Monday, April 3, 2023) and continuing through 4:00 P.M. on May 15.

The priority by which applications will be approved for acceptance will be based upon the date of receipt and then by the time of receipt. The Fredericktown Board of Education through its policy has established grade level, school building and educational program capacities. The final number of applicants approved for enrollment will be based upon those established capacities. Prior to acceptance, in accordance to the adopted policy, an applicant’s prior disciplinary record may be taken into consideration.

However, applications must be resubmitted each school year in order for the District to know the student’s intent to return.

For further information contact Fredericktown Local Schools at 740-694-2956 or by email

UPDATE 2/24/2023
Please open the link to for the open enrollment application. Please print form, complete and return to Fredericktown Local Schools, Attention: Sonya Overholt, 117 Columbus Road, Fredericktown, Ohio 43019 or email

2023-24 Open Enrollment Form (Kindergarten only)
2023-24 Open Enrollment Form (Grades 1-12)

Proposed District Calendar

Click here to download the proposed district calendar for the 2023-24 school year. 

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Your child's safety is the most important thing to the staff of Fredericktown Local Schools. Recently, in central Ohio, there has been an uptick in prank phone calls to schools claiming that active shooters are on school campuses. These fake phone calls are called "swatting" and attempt to induce chaos while dispatching large numbers of first responders to a particular location. 

Fredericktown Schools takes every threat seriously. We will respond accordingly and would like to remind you of our procedures and policies. If our schools receive such a call, we would immediately have our SRO and administrative staff investigate while ensuring our students are safe. We will communicate via phone to update you about the situation and ask that you do not come to the school. In an emergency situation, we would be on lockdown, and you would not be able to enter the building. If we need to evacuate the school and move students to an alternate location, the school will notify you of the pick-up location and the procedures for picking up your student.

We are constantly training staff in safety procedures and protocols in order to keep our students safe. Fredericktown Local Schools works closely with the Fredericktown Police Department and the Fredericktown Fire Department to make sure our emergency procedures are up-to-date and vetted by professionals. 

Please reach out to your child's school principal or the district office with any questions. 

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By the Numbers


K-12 Chromebooks


of district employees are ALICE trained


of students in grades 7-12 participated in a fall sport or band


of high school students participate in College level classes


district employees have over 20 years experience


of seniors graduated last year


miles were driven by our bus drivers last year


the district has received in grant money to improve security in the K-12 building