Wauseon Exempted Village School District serves approximately 1,800 students in preschool through twelfth grade. Located in Fulton County, Ohio, we enjoy the benefits of a family-friendly community where students have educational, co-curricular, extra-curricular, and community opportunities. We provide outstanding staff, innovative teaching and learning and family involvement at every level. We are certain you will love being part of the Wauseon Exempted Village School District community.


Relationships, Wellbeing of the Whole Child, Quality Experience, Integrity, Community, Ensuring Safety


We are a community that empowers each student to discover and pursue a fulfilling future. 


We empower students with passionate instructors and staff, with diverse and innovative programs, in an engaging and supportive environment.


The Wauseon Exempted Village School District provides an educational environment where each child is challenged, prepared, and empowered to become a lifelong learner. At Wauseon, we are proud of our tradition of educational excellence. The Board of Education and a team of strategic planners worked with Dr. Chris Harben from Penn State Behrend to develop the new values, vision and mission of the district. This work is ongoing as educational excellence requires continuous monitoring and development.

A research-based curriculum, licensed educators, STEM initiatives, and updated resources foster the growth of our students’ social, emotional, and academic development. The Wauseon community of learners includes teachers, all support staff, parents, businesses and community members working together to prepare students for their future.

Our staff members model lifelong learning by participating in continuous professional development. Our parent and booster organizations raise funds to support the multitude of student activities that enhance the classroom experience.

We are very proud of our schools and community. If you have any questions, I invite you to continue to explore our website, visit our schools and community and contact me with additional questions you may have.


Troy Armstrong