District History

Since its charter became effective on January 1, 1979, the Village of New Lebanon has striven to maintain its status as the "Caring and Sharing Community." As you travel through the town, you will note the progressive modern approach to services to the community; a high quality of life accentuated by its rural township surroundings; and the friendly, down home neighborliness that makes us unique in Montgomery County, Ohio. As a part of Montgomery County, New Lebanon is less than 20 minutes from downtown Dayton.

The district is located on the western side of Montgomery County. The district is 39 square miles with 1,247 students in grades Pre K-12. New Lebanon completed a building project in 2005. It consisted of a new 9-12 high school, renovating the former high school building to become the middle school for grades 5-8, and a new elementary for grades Pre K-4.