Noble County has 2 public schools; Caldwell Exempted Village School District, home of the Redskins; and Noble Local School also known as Shenandoah High School, home of the Zeps. Each school offers extracurricular activities a well as traditional education criteria to develop the Noble County youth for the future. Post Secondary Education Options are available at various regional campuses.
The Ohio Department of Education offers a close look into the schools with a district wide report card. Click here for Caldwell. Click here for Noble Local.
Noble County offers its residents quality choices in child care and education services from the Noble Learning Center and GMN Tri-County Community Action Head Start and Early Start progrms.
Mid-East Career & Technology Centers has options for both school age children as well as adults which is located in Zanesville and Byesville, Ohio. The Adult Career Center in Washington County also provides educational choices for adults. The Career Center High School provides vocational studies for high school students.
Colleges & Universitites
There is a wide range of post secondary campuses around Noble County that only require a short drive for your commute. We are blessed to have so many quality educational institutions for our young adults to choose from.
Belmont Technical College
Ohio University, Zanesville
Ohio University, Eastern
Washington State Community College
Kent State Tuscarawas
Zane State College
Ohio Valley University