TThe mission of the Reading Community City Schools, an active and caring community, is to guarantee the development of all students as successful, life-long learners who become contributing citizens after graduation. This is accomplished by providing a challenging, comprehensive curriculum, best practice instruction, and quality extracurricular activities supported by an exceptional staff in state-of-the-art facilities in partnership with parents and community.
Reading Community City Schools
Grades Preschool - 12 EnrollmentReading Middle School - Grades 6-8 365
Reading High School - Grades 9-12 476
Central Elementary - Grades K-5 347
Hilltop Elementary - Preschool – 5 481
State Report Card Rating 2010-11EXCELLENT
State Report Card Rating 2011-12EXCELLENT with Distinction
State Indicators Met 25 out of 26
Attendance Rate: District 94.5%Graduation Rate: 80.2%
Inter-district Open Enrollment:
Reading Community City Schools accept applications for Open Enrollment beginning April 1 through May 14. Applications must be submitted for inter-district open enrollment on the official school district open enrollment form and submitted in person. Approval of students for open enrollment is at the discretion of the Superintendent in accordance with the district's policies and administrative regulations. Acceptance is based on class size.
Intra-district Open Enrollment:Applications are accepted during the month of May for intra-district open enrollment (residents who want to transfer students from Hilltop to Central or Central to Hilltop).
Contact Information Reading Board Office (513) 554-1800 Fax: (513) 483-6754
Superintendent: Scott Inskeep
Treasurer: Cary Furniss
Reading High School (513) 733-4422 Fax: (513) 483-6766 Principal: Chuck LaFata
Reading Middle School (513) 842-5151 Fax: (513) 842-5146 Principal: Robert Longworth
Reading Central Elementary(513) 554-1001 Fax: (513) 483-6792 Principal: Connie Holtmeier
Reading Hilltop Elementary (513) 733-4322 Fax: (513) 483-6772 Principal: Dennis Ramsey