Trotwood-Madison City Schools  Trotwood, Ohio
  Trotwood-Madison City Schools  

Welcome To Trotwood-Madison

The mission of the Trotwood-Madison City Schools is to graduate all students prepared to excel in a global society with a commitment to lifelong learning by guaranteeing a challenging curriculum facilitated by an innovative and dedicated staff, community participation and state-of-the-art resources in a stimulating atmosphere.

District Profile

  • Over 2,500 students in grades pre K-12 attend our five Schools: One Early Learning Center, two Elementary Schools, one Middle School, and one High School 

  • 10th largest school district in Montgomery County

  • 139th largest school district in Ohio

  • Full-day Kindergarten and Half Day Preschool

  • Our Pre-K through 8th grade students have a uniform dress code

  • Conveniently located in Trotwood, Ohio near I-70 & I-75

  • Located in proximity to a large metropolitan area

  • Just minutes away from the city of Dayton, Dayton International Airport, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Wright State University, Central State University, Wilberforce University, the University of Dayton, the United States Air Force Museum,  the Dayton Art Institute, and the National Afro American Museum

  • Established partnership with Good Samaritan Hospital

  • One of a select number of districts working in formal partnership with Wright State University

Football Team Honored at State Senate Chambers

Picture of Trotwood-Madison Football team at State Sentate. The Trotwood-Madison State Championship Football Team was honored at the State Senate Chambers as a guest of Senator Bill Beagle.  A Senate Proclamation was given to the team and the team presented Senator Beagle with a State Championship shirt.  It was a great experience for our students.
Photo of Trotwood-Madison Football Team at Ohio State Senate.

Westbrooke Elementary and Middle School Lego Robotics Team wins Rising Star Trophy

Photo of Westbrooke and Middle School students who won the Rising Star Trophy at the Lego Robotics competition. At the regional First Lego League tournament held at Yellow Springs High School on Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017, Team M.E.R.C.U.R.Y won the coveted Rising Star trophy. This is a judge's choice awarded to a rookie team that shows great promise. M.E.R.C.U.R.Y was the only team of the 20 participating teams to win this award. In addition to Team M.E.R.C.U.R.Y, TMCS is also home to the Robo Rams team. “Both of our teams earned 25 points in the mission challenge part of the competition--a significant increase from last year's zero!” Mrs. Shelton said. She explained that this is the third year of building the program, the second year that they have been able to go to a competition, and the first year for winning an award!
Photo of Westbrooke and Middle School students in Trotwood's Team M.E.R.C.U.R.Y. at the Lego Robotics competition.

Trotwood-Madison Wins State Football Championship

Photo of the Trotwood-Madison High School Varsity Football team after they won the State Football Championship! 
The Rams capped off a perfect 15-0 season with a state championship in Canton, Ohio.  With the 27-19 win over Tri Valley, the Rams brought home the second state title in school history.  Congratulations to Head coach Jeff Graham and the Runnin' Rams, State Champs!
The Trotwood-Madison Rams also finished number 1 in the High School Football America Ohio Top 25!  In the National rankings, nine Ohio teams are on the Top 100 with Trotwood leading the way at Number 27!

Madison Park Elementary Earns National and State-wide Honors

Madison Park Elementary earns National Title I Distinguished School Award. Madison Park Elementary Named a National Title I Distinguished School
The National Title I Distinguished Schools Program publicly recognizes schools for their positive educational advances.  Madison Park Elementary was chosen because of the success of their programs and progress made by their students.  Only two schools per state are selected for this very prestigious honor. 
Madison Park was named a High Progress School of Honor by the Ohio Department of Education. Madison Park Elementary Named a High Progress School of Honor by the Ohio Department of Education
"This award reflects outstanding achievement fueled by the high expectations and tireless commitment of the Madison Park Elementary staff." - Paola DeMaria, State Superintendent of Public Instruction 

In the past 5 years, Madison Park has been in the 90th percentile of Ohio Title I schools, by improving the Math and Reading proficiency of our students.
Madison Park Earns 2016 Bronze Award by the Ohio PBIS (Positive Behavior and Support) Team.
Madison Park Elementary was recognized with the 2016 Bronze Award by the Ohio PBIS Network and State Support Team for their outstanding implementation of their School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. 

Middle School Choir Featured in ABC22 Television Christmas Special

Photo of Trotwood Middle School Choir preparing to appear on ABC22 Television Christmas Special.
The Trotwood Middle School Choir will be featured in an ABC22 Television Christmas Special.  The program will air on Channel 22 (ABC22) at 2:30 pm on December 24th.  The experience that the students received was beyond amazing!

Students Earn over $6 Million in College Scholarships

Trotwood-Madison High School Class of 2017
Co-Valedictorians and Salutatorian.  


The class of 2017 earned $6,249,564 in scholarship offerings
and 21 Graduates earned an Honors Diploma.

Congratulations to our Graduates!
Picture of Co-Valedictorians and Salutatorian of the Trotwood-Madison High School class of 2017.  
Photo of Class of 2017 High School Graduates from Trotwood-Madison High School.

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District News
Superintendent Search
Mr. Kevin A. Bell, Superintendent of the Trotwood-Madison City Schools, has announced his retirement.  As a result, the Trotwood-Madison Board of Education has begun a search for a new Superintendent.  Click here to access our Superintendent Search page.
Parent Education Meeting Dates
Join us for a series of Parent Meeting Sessions with THE KID WHISPERER starting on Wednesday, April 14th from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Trotwood Early Learning Center (4400 N. Union Rd). This session will deal with "Delayed Consequences".  Click here to read more about the Kid Whisperer.

These sessions will support one or more of the following categories: Enhanced Academic Student Achievement, School Success Tools, Student Support Services, and Parent and Family Connections.

Meeting dates are: March 14, 2018, April 18, 2018
New Truancy Law Increases Focus on Student Attendance

With the passing of House Bill 410, attendance will be looked at differently.   Instead of counting  days absent, the Bill will count hours and minutes absent. One school day will be considered six hours. This  will affect the way a student’s tardiness and absences are noted in the system.  Click here to read more about this new law and the importance of school attendance.

Proceed to the 5 To Thrive website to take a Kindergarten Readiness Check-Up Take The Readiness Check-up

Take the Readiness Check-up to learn more about the skills your child should have at each age leading up to kindergarten.

The Readiness Check-up was developed by a group of early childhood professionals in the Dayton Region as a useful tool to help parents understand skills a child should develop from birth to age five.

Click the Five to Thrive logo above to take the Readiness Check-Up.

STEM Teaching In Trotwood
Teachers in Trotwood are using STEM techniques with our students to teach skills needed for the study of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.  Click here to learn more about STEM Teaching in Trotwood.