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Situated about 20 miles northwest of Columbus, Dublin City School District (Dublin City Schools) is one of the largest districts by enrollment in the state of Ohio and ranked by as the best district in the Columbus Area.i With an enrollment of approximately 16,500 students across 19 schools, Dublin City Schools serves most of the city of Dublin, Ohio as well as part of the city of Columbus, and unincorporated parts of Delaware and Union Counties. According to its mission, “Dublin City Schools provides students with world-class instruction, well-rounded experiences, and believes in continuously improving in everything we do, every day.” 

In 1965, John Senhauser — the founder and driving force behind John Senhauser Architects — moved to Cincinnati to pursue a degree from the University of Cincinnati’s School of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP). Eight years later, Senhauser bought his first home in Mt. Adams. And, although the building was in terrible shape when he first bought it, the expansive view looking over all of Northern Kentucky and the bend in the Ohio River have kept him rooted in the same home for over four decades. 

Here at the World Affairs Council – Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky, it is our mission to bring a piece of the world to your doorstep whether that is in the classroom, local business or your home. Many opportunities to discuss human rights around the world exist right here at home, from engaging with visitors from India or learning a bit of the Mandarin language from a Chinese international student to having dinner with visitors from Saudi Arabia, just to name a few.

Midway through the current school year, and it’s already time to look ahead to next fall when middle-school students must navigate the new world of high school. Lucky for them (and you!), Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) has a diverse offering of high schools to meet all students’ needs and abilities. Open enrollment for high school is just around the corner, so we took the opportunity to check in with four CPS high schools to find out what makes each of them —  along with their students and staff — unique.

Since 1951, Episcopal Retirement Services has improved the lives of older adults through innovative, quality senior living communities and through community services to older adults. The maintenance-free lifestyle of an Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) community offers residents the freedom and flexibility to pursue their interests. For many residents, pursuing new passions means finding opportunities to benefit the well-being of others — in both their residential community and the community at large. 

The jewel of the Cincinnati area…The Gateway at Manhattan Harbour in Dayton, Kentucky is an impressive project less than two miles from downtown Cincinnati, and is part of a very large award winning master planned development controlled by Miles Scully and overseen by his partner and friend,…

New high school student exchange relationships with schools in France and Spain as well as a service-learning trip to China are the latest global exposure opportunities offered at Cincinnati Country Day School (CCDS). The school continues to implement its bold, new strategic plan, and the Global Engagement Pillar is an integral piece of its many initiatives.

When most people think of mummies they usually think of ancient Egyptians, yet mummies come from all over the world. In fact, mummies have been discovered on every continent. The ancient Egyptian form of mummification remains the most popular, but as Dr. Heather Gill-Frerking, who studies th…

Cincinnati Ballet Artistic Director Victoria Morgan believes the upcoming “King Arthur’s Camelot” performances will make for an ideal Valentine’s Day date, but it’s about more than the lush costumes, romantic story and moving performances by some of the most accomplished ballet professionals. 

When the carpets need cleaning, the landscaping needs attention, or the parking lot needs striping, owners of more than 150 local commercial buildings throughout Cincinnati, Dayton and the surrounding communities call on one man to do the job – Brent Degenhardt.