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Known all over the world as the Birthplace of Aviation, Dayton is a beautiful city that nearly 150,000 people call home. With unparalleled medical facilities that are consistently ranked highly by Forbes and U.S. News & World Report and a reputation for being the best mid-sized metro area for economic development, it’s a thriving community where people love to live, work and play.
Dayton, OH Homes for Sale
From condominiums to detached homes, you’ll find the perfect place to live in Dayton. We have gorgeous luxury homes in a variety of notable neighborhoods, as well as historic homes in the downtown area. There truly is something for everyone in this suburban paradise.
Children who live in Dayton are part of the Dayton Public School District. With 21 schools that serve kids in pre-kindergarten through 8th grade and seven high schools, there are a number of educational facilities right in town. Several private schools serve the area, as well, from religious schools to secular education systems.
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Pre-K through Grade 8 Elementary Schools in Dayton
- Belle Haven
- Dayton Boys Preparatory Academy
- Edwin Joel Brown
- Horace Mann
- World of Wonder at Residence Park
- Wright Brothers
Other Elementary Schools in Dayton
- Charity Adams Earley Girls Academy (Kindergarten through Grade 7)
- Cleveland (Pre-K through Grade 6)
- Kemp (Pre-K through Grade 6)
- Louise Troy (Pre-K through Grade 4)
- River’s Edge Montessori (Pre-K through Grade 6)
- Rosa Parks Early Learning Center (Preschool only)
- Valerie (Pre-K through Grade 6)
- Wogaman (Grades 5 through 8)
High Schools in Dayton
- David H. Ponitz Career Technology Center
- Dayton Business Technology
- Dunbar Early College
- Stivers School for the Arts
- Thurgood Marshall
Special Centers in Dayton
- Longfellow Academy I
- Longfellow Academy II
There are four colleges within Dayton:
- Kettering College
- Sinclair Community College
- University of Dayton
- Wright State University
Dining and Shopping in Dayton
Dayton is teeming with great restaurants and shops, and there’s plenty of entertainment around every corner.
Whether you’re looking for a five-star dining experience or you just want something fast, fresh and healthy, you’ll love dining out in Dayton. Olive, An Urban Dive and Dewey’s Pizza are local favorites, as are Fusian and Roost Modern Italian.
While you may not think of Dayton as a shopping mecca, it is – from the Mall at Fairfield Commons to the Dayton Mall, there’s no shortage of great shops in this friendly community. The Town & Country Shopping Center and Antiques Village are other local favorites. You’ll find mom-and-pop stores sprinkled throughout the big-name, big-box stores; we have everything from Best Buy and Sears to small local grocers.
Things to Do in Dayton
Dayton is home to a number of spectacular golf clubs, including the Sebastian Hills Golf Club, Lakeside-Meadows at Shaker Run and Yankee Trace. The Madden Golf Course, Community Golf Club and the Kittyhawk Golf Center are all located right within town.
Arts and entertainment in Dayton are second-to-none. Whether you feel like catching a movie at the Dayton South 16 or Danbarry Cinemas or you want to see live actors on stage at the Beavercreek Community Theatre or the Dayton Playhouse, there’s plenty to watch here. Other local favorites include the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Carillon Historical Park and the Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center.
Dayton Parks and Recreation
The City of Dayton’s Recreation and Youth Services Department manages several public parks, golf courses and recreation centers where residents are always welcome. They also maintain the City of Dayton Aquatic Park at Fairview Commons, six spray parks and three golf courses. The Kettering Field Softball and Baseball Complex and the Jim Nichols Tennis Complex are also among residents’ favorite hotspots.
The Department also runs yoga classes, dance classes for seniors, and nearly everything else. You’ll find swim classes, fitness activities and competitive sports, as well.
Dayton Commute Times
Dayton is at the junction of I-75 and Highway 35, so getting to neighboring towns is generally easy.
From Dayton to:
- Moraine: 4.9 miles
- Kettering: 5.1 miles
- Fort McKinley: 5.2 miles
- Beavercreek: 9.3 miles
- Centerville: 9.7 miles
- Wright-Patterson Air Force Base: 9.8 miles
- Vandalia: 10.2 miles
- Miamisburg: 11.1 miles
- Clayton: 14.6 miles
- Xenia: 15.7 miles
- Cincinnati: 54.4 miles
- Columbus: 71.7 miles