Trotwood-Madison City Schools  Trotwood, Ohio
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Trotwood-Madison High School

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Trotwood, OH 45426   Graduation Paths - Class of 2018
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 About Our School

School Drop off Time Start Time Dismissal
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Enrollment: 905
  • Principal: David White
  • Assistant Principals: Derek Jackson, Michael McCray
Gr 9-12 7:50 am 8:05 am 2:30 pm
Office Hours ~ 7:00 am 3:30 pm

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!
Students Earn over $6 Million in College Scholarships
Picture of Co-Valedictorians and Salutatorian of the Trotwood-Madison High School class of 2017.
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!
Photo of Class of 2017 High School Graduates from Trotwood-Madison High School.

Trotwood-Madison High School Selected as a State School of Promise

Trotwood-Madison High School has been selected as an Ohio “School of Promise”.  The State Superintendent’s Schools of Promise program, administered by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE), recognizes schools across Ohio that are demonstrating high achievement in reading and mathematics for all groups of students. Students in these schools met or exceeded the state standard of 75 percent passage in reading or mathematics, or both.  “Our Schools of Promise prove that students can meet and exceed high standards and expectations, no matter where they live or how wealthy their families are,” Zelman said. “Good teaching, committed leadership and a positive school culture can help all students succeed.”  
Photo of the view of the Library from outside Trotwood-Madison High School       Image of the 2004-2005 Ohio School of Promise Award for High Achievement for All Students       Photo of the Trotwood-Madison High School clock
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Book Written by TMHS Students Is Published TMHS Featured in DVD
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Image of a book written by students from Trotwood-Madison High School Image of a DVD created by the Association for Supervison and Curriculum Development (ASCD) that features teachers and students from Trotwood-Madison High School
TMHS was featured in an international educational DVD produced by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD). The DVD will be used to train teachers and administrators.
Photo of the Ram sculpture located inside Trotwood-Madison High School.  This was part of the old High School and was moved to this location when the new school was completed.

Student Achievement Fair

The students and advisors of both PS PRIDE at the high school and the Energy Bike designers, had a great time at the Student Achievement Fair on November 10, 2015.  We spoke with many different representatives from districts and school boards all over the state of Ohio explaining the Energy Bike as well as our student lead PS PRIDE organization.  We were well received and our students would have made you very proud with all their hard work, networking, and business like behavior.   It was a great day!  (Click here to download information.)   

Students at the Trotwood-Madison High School Achievement Fair   Teachers at the Trotwood-Madison High School Achievement Fair
Photo of students explaining their project at the Trotwood-Madison High School Achievement Fair  Photo of Superintendent, Kevin Bell examing a project at the Trotwood-Madison High School Achievement Fair
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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.

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Important Announcement for HS Seniors and their Parents
If you/your child plans to attend college in the Fall, you need to be sure to complete your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) as soon as you can after January 1st.  You must complete this online form in order to be eligible for Financial Assistance for College.  Those who complete the process earliest are eligible for the most assistance, so the sooner the better!
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Photo of the Trotwood-Madison High School Band in 2017
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