The McComb Local School District is dedicated to creating a partnership where school, family, and community work together.
We will provide the curriculum, instruction, and intervention necessary to develop all students to their fullest potential as confident, continual learners and future productive community members within a safe and supportive environment.
We must all work collaboratively to meet the needs of a diverse student population as we strive for social, emotional, and academic growth within our students.
McComb students continue to excel in extra-curricular opportunities. McComb has rich tradition in athletics competing and placing at the state level several times. McComb offers athletic opportunities all year long. Students also participate in band, choir, theatre, and many club activities. McComb students have strong sense of pride and continue to carry on traditions based on hard work, collaboration, and competitiveness.
McComb Local School District is located in the northwest corner of Hancock County and southern Wood County. The district consists of Blanchard, Jackson, Pleasant and Portage townships, and the villages of Hoytville and McComb. Our geographical area is just over 100 square miles and rank 130/615 in terms of largest sized districts. McComb is just minutes west of Interstate 75 and Findlay. Parts of the district are home to the banks of the scenic Blanchard River.
McComb Local School students are housed in the original 1923 building and two additions built in 1976 and 1998, respectively. Classrooms and labs offer hands on learning and the exterior grounds provides agricultural opportunities for students to learn as well. Completed in 2017, the football stadium has upgraded to new bleachers, sound system, press box.