The Revere School Local School District, which is located in northeastern Ohio between the cities of Akron and Cleveland, was formed in the early 1950's after the communities of Bath and Richfield voted to combine their two smaller school systems. The consolidation was approved and the new district was named the Revere Local School District.
The Board of Education at that time purchased land for future use. Over the next decade a high school, middle school and an elementary school were built. The district continued to use Bath Elementary School and a substantial addition was added to that facility.
Over the ensuing fifty years, the district built and maintains a strong academic reputation with students performing well academically, artistically and athletically. The district has achieved an “Excellent” rating on the Ohio Department of Education's Local Report Card since this rating system was implemented in 2000.
The district's population is a mix of professional, business and technical personnel who are proud of their schools. The level of parental and community support for the students and schools is remarkable. The area surrounding the district abounds in cultural, recreational and educational opportunities. It is close to major expressways which provide easy access to Akron, Cleveland and the Ohio Turnpike, yet still retains a rural beauty.