Crestview Local Schools


Crestview Local Schools has a long tradition of excellence in academics, fine arts, and athletics.  Much of this success can be attributed to the strong work ethic that has been instilled in our students by their parents, the community, and the staff here at Crestview.

The district is financially stable and it has a long history of being fiscally responsible.  Our facilities and school environment are excellent.

Crestview focuses on the core academic subjects and specialty areas. Fine arts, Mass Media, and yearbook classes are offered throughout the day, along with academic clubs and organizations that meet after school. These clubs and organizations include Scholastic Bowl, Student Council, FFA and FCCLA. 

Because of our K-12 campus, various programs and opportunities are available for interactions between elementary, middle, and high school students. Crestview Local Schools is dedicated to seeing that students receive a balanced education in a positive environment.

Crestview has had a strong tradition of excellence in education.  This concept is one that Crestview educators take very seriously, and Crestview will continue their tradition of providing students with top-notch, quality, learning opportunities.


The Crestview Local School District was formed in the 1960s after a consolidation of the Wren and Convoy-Union school districts.  One school was located in Wren, while the other was located in northern Tully Township.  In 1992, a complete formal consolidation of the district occurred. The Crestview K-12 complex was further renovated in 2010.  During the original consolidation in the 1960s, the proposed mascot for Crestview was the “Black Swamp Bears.”  However, the final decision of community was to become the “Crestview Knights.”


  • 900 students, K-12
  • K-5 focus on differentiation of instruction
  • Twice ranked as one of the top schools in the nation, according to U.S. News
  • College Credit Plus
  • Credit Flexibility options
  • 68% of staff has master’s degree
  • Inclusion and Resource Room for Special Education
  • Passage rate on TGTG 95%
    • One-on-One computers in grades 6-12
    • AR Reading Program K-5

Sports and Organizations

Football, Volleyball, Soccer, Cross Country, Golf, Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Track and Field

Yearbook; National Honor Society; Student Council; Art Club; FFA; Marching, Jazz and Concert bands; Show Choir; Musical, Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Academic Team; Scholastic Bowl; Sportsmanship Committee; Village Ministry Center


Crestview Local Schools
531 East Tully Street
Convoy, Ohio 45832

Superintendent: Kathy Mollenkopf

Treasurer: Ashley Whetsel

Board of Education members: John Auld, President, Lori Bittner, Nanette Grace, Jake Sawmiller, and Andy Perrott.


  • K-12 facility
  • 71 full time teachers, 7 administrators, 2 guidance counselors, 1 school nurse
  • 130 total employees including those listed above as well as educational paraprofessionals, bus drivers, cafeteria workers, secretaries, custodians, etc.