The Orange City School District was recognized this week by the State Board of Education and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria with an "Overall 'A' Award" at the District level for earning an "A" on the 2019 State Report Card. Moreland Hills School and Brady Middle School also received "Overall 'A' Awards" from the State at the building level.
In addition, the State Board of Education recognized the District, MHS, and BMS with "Momentum Awards" for exceeding expectations in student growth & earning straight A’s on all Value-Added measures on the State Report Card. MHS was also recognized with the "All 'A' Award" for receiving an "A" on all State Report Card measures.

“The students, teachers, administrators, and staff honored today are shining examples to peers and colleagues around Ohio,” said State Board of Education President Laura Kohler. “We are so proud of these award recipients and the effort they put in to learning, leading, and growing every day. We are both encouraged and challenged by the example of excellence they are setting.”