GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT OUR DISTRICT
Three Rivers Local School District has two schools:
Taylor High School in Cleves serves grades 7 through 12.
Three Rivers Elementary School in Cleves serves grades Pre-K through 6th.
The District is also an affiliate of Great Oaks Institute of Technology
and Career Development.
Students enrolled in our schools are residents of Addyston, Cleves, North Bend and adjoining unincorporated areas in Miami Township. Three Rivers Local School District includes all of Miami Township. The current enrollment is approximately 2000 students.
LOCATION AND TRANSPORTATION
The District is approximately fifteen miles from Fountain Square in Cincinnati. It borders the corporation line of Cincinnati on US 50 (along the Ohio River) and is in the extreme southwest corner of the state.
Interstate 275 provides convenient access to the greater Cincinnati Airport, 1-75 north and south, Ronald Reagan Highway and 1-74 east and west in Hamilton County.
North Bend has a noteworthy historical background, being the home of President William Henry Harrison and the birthplace of his grandson, President Benjamin Harrison. President Harrison's memorial and tomb is within walking distance of Taylor High School and overlooks the Ohio River.
Congress Green Cemetery is the final resting place of many of the early settlers in the region including John Cleves Symmes.
There are two Hamilton County Parks in the Three Rivers district: Shawnee Lookout and Mitchell Memorial Forest. A portion of the Neuman Golf Course is within Miami Township. Shawnee Lookout Park also has a golf course. A new Jack Nicklaus golf course is located in Aston Oaks.
We're fortunate to be located in an industrial community. Lustran Polymers, Marathon/Ashland Petroleum, Agrium, Owens-Corning, Reis Trucking, Consolidated Grain, Dupont, and Duke EnergyMiami Fort Power Station are some of the businesses located in the District.
There are no non-public schools in the Three Rivers district. Elementary students are transported to Our Lady of Visitation, St. Bernard, St. Jude and St. Aloysius-on-the-Ohio elementary schools.
Three Rivers Middle School and Taylor High Schoolare accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Three Rivers Middle School was the first middle school in southwestern Ohio and the 13th in Ohio to be accredited (1972). Taylor High School has been accredited since 1965.
The "Three Rivers" after which the district is named are the Ohio River, the Great Miami and the Whitewater River. Because the nearby Ohio River makes a spectacular north bend in the river, the first settlers named the community "North Bend."