Boone county living

Our Schools

3 high-ranking schools designed to fit your education needs. 

Lebanon Community Schools 

LCSC encompasses South-Central Boone County, proudly representing the communities of Lebanon and Whitestown. It serves approximately 3,500 students and employs more than 400 professional educators.

The four elementary schoolsmiddle school, and high school are consistently recognized for performance and growth.

From state-of-the-art science laboratories to student lounges, community spaces to greenhouses, their updated facilities are spacious, safe, and designed to support student success.

LCSC provides rigoroushigh-quality curriculum aligned to the Indiana Academic Standards for college and career readiness. They offer a wide variety of specialized programs and services, including health careers and construction trades programs as well as work-based learning opportunities for their high school students.

The Lebanon Schools Police Department is made up of seven School Resource Officers dedicated to working with LCSC to ensure a safer learning environment, provide valuable resources to school staff, teachers, and youth to prevent and solve problems within the school and community, and foster positive relationships between youth and police officers.

zionsville community schools

Zionsville Community Schools serves kindergarten through 12th grade students in Eagle and Union townships in Boone County, Indiana. It is one of the most rapidly growing school communities in the state and serves approximately 7,300 students.

The five elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school are a part of one of the top-performing school districts in the state and nation. Additionally, Zionsville High School is ranked as a Gold medal school by US News & World Report.

Currently, there are more than fifty languages spoken in Zionsville Community Schools. This diversity has allowed ZCS students exposure to cultures from all over the world right inside the walls of their schools. Global exposure has become an integral part of preparing youth for the world they will lead.

Zionsville Community School Corporation has 10 School Safety Specialists on staff trained through the Indiana School Safety Specialist Academy.

Western Boone Community Schools

Just thirty minutes north of Indianapolis, Western Boone Schools offer wonderful academic opportunities in a rural setting. It serves approximately 1,700 students and offers a small town, family-oriented atmosphere, equipped with the tools necessary for students to succeed. 

The two elementary schools and junior/senior high school are consistently recognized for performance and growth.

Western Boone Schools take pride in being a great place for students, staff, parents, and community members. They provide all kindergarten students a $150 College 529 Savings Account, 1:1 learning with laptops for students in grades 5-12 and personalized attention for every student. Western Boone Jr/Sr High School offers a world-class Radio/TV program, has an award winning FFA program and is proud to be the home of the 2018 IHSAA 2A State Football Champions.

Western Boone Schools has three School Resource Officers on staff dedicated to ensuring a safer learning environment, providing valuable resources to school staff, teachers, and youth to prevent and solve problems within the school and community, and fostering positive relationships between youth and police officers.