By the Numbers: Toledo Public Schools
Toledo Public Schools (TPS) is a public school district in Toledo, Ohio. It is the fifth-largest school district in Ohio, with over 21,000 students enrolled. TPS is committed to providing all students with a high-quality education. Toledo Public Schools is part of a vibrant, growing community with a beautiful history. The district works hand-in-hand with parents, families, community organizations, and members of the community to provide opportunities for students that ensure they are prepared. See below for information and statistics about the district, students and region.
2022-23 School Year
By the Numbers: Enrollment
By the Numbers: District Facts
Number of lunches served per day
District School Buses
Miles a year traveled by the transportation fleet
Partnerships with nearly
community organizations to provide expanded services for students
5,310,142 SQ FT
Custodial staff clean and maintain on a daily basis
By the Numbers: Lucas County & City of Toledo
Lucas County, Ohio, once a struggling city in the Rust Belt, is now a rising star. The city of Toledo has a strong economy, with a low unemployment rate and a growing number of businesses. Toledo is also home to a number of universities and colleges, making it a great place to start or advance your career. In addition, the city has a vibrant arts and culture scene, making it a great place to live, work, and play.
Many organizations in the county collaborate to improve the health of all residents in Lucas County, Ohio.
The Toledo area has a rich history and unique demographics as compared to other similar-sized urban districts in the state of Ohio and nationally. To get an idea, here's a look at how we compare.
The city of Toledo has a strong economic development future based on:
Bringing jobs and investment Downtown
Continual investments in necessary infrastructure to maintain and add jobs
Leveraging City assets
By the Numbers: Local Economy
The City of Toledo’s economy, historically associated with the glass and automotive industries, has become increasingly diversified.
In recent years, private service industries and governmental employers have provided more than three fourths of the total employment in the Toledo Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).
A Top 10 Region Employer
According to RGP Northwest Ohio, Toledo Public schools is number six among the top 10 region employers.
1. ProMedica Health Systems
2. Mercy Health
3. University of Toledo
4. Whirlpool Corporation
5. FCA US LLC
6. Toledo Public Schools
Toledo remains the home of four of the nation’s largest glass manufacturing companies, Owens- Illinois, Inc., Owens-Corning, Pilkington North America, Inc., and Libbey, Inc., earning the City the title of the “Glass Capital of the World.”
Families By Type
State and National Comparisons
The mission of the Foundation is to promote quality public education and student success at TPS through supplemental funding for programs, academic initiatives and scholarships. Learn more and support the mission of the Foundation at givetpsf.org.
Open to all TPS High School graduates entering college or a career tech apprentice program
Creative Impact Grants
Designed to enable teachers to bring innovative and exciting ideas, techniques and resources into the classroom
The Bridge Fund
Supporting deserving TPS students in all school aspects, such as academics, athletics, extracurricular activities, special projects and other various events