Educated & Skilled Workforce

Montville Township has a built-in skilled and educated workforce.  Based on the 2010 Census, 93% of the adult residents have at least a high school education. Almost 64% have at least some college.

  • Graduate Degree 8.4%
  • Bachelor’s Degree 25.9%
  • Associate Degree 8.9%
  • Some College 20.7%
  • High School 29.1%
  • Some High School 5.0%
  • No High School 2.1%
Excellent Public and Private Schools

Three school districts serve Montville Township: Medina City SchoolsHighland Local Schools, and Wadsworth City Schools.  All three are highly rated and provide excellent educational opportunities.  To locate the district that serves your neighborhood, click on the map below to view an enlarged version. In addition to the public schools serving Montville, residents have an option of several fine private schools including St. Francis Xavier Catholic School (K-8) and Medina Christian Academy (K-8).

Check the About Us:Schools section for more information.

Colleges and Universities

Medina County University Center, located just west of Montville Township, offers two year, four year and graduate programs in a wide variety of fields. In addition, Workforce Development and Continuing/Adult Education programs offer hundreds of noncredit courses, professional-development and recertification programs.

Montville Township's location makes it easily accessible to numerous colleges and universities in the Cleveland-Akron-Canton area:

  • Walsh University, Medina Campus
  • Ashland University
  • Baldwin Wallace
  • Case Western Reserve
  • Cleveland State
  • Cuyahoga Community College
  • Hiram College
  • John Carroll
  • Kent State University
  • Lorain County Community College
  • Oberlin College
  • University of Akron
  • College of Wooster