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  • Adopt a Book

    Adopt a Book, Inc. is a charitable organization committed to providing new and gently used books to kids in need!   We have provided over 20,000 books to at-risk youth in the City of Cincinnati and surrounding areas since 12/11.   Check us out on Facebook a...

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  • Anderson Branch Library

    History The Anderson Branch Library opened on June 7, 1981 and quickly became one of the busiest branches in Hamilton County. In response to the growth of Anderson Township, 5,000 additional square feet of space was added to the building in 1988, making it the largest branch...

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  • Art Academy of Cincinnati

    We may be small, but our commitment is big. It's the same commitment our students make to themselves: to make the best art they can. The Art Academy of Cincinnati has kept that commitment since 1869, building a rich tradition of innovation and excellence in the visual arts. ...

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  • Art Academy of Cincinnati

    Mission: Our mission as an independent college of art and design is to provide personalized education in the visual arts. Vision: Our vision is to excel and to be recognized as a vibrant, creative community dedicated to engaging innovative visual artists who make meaningf...

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  • Avondale Branch Library

    History: The Avondale Branch is one of the nine area libraries in Hamilton County built with funds provided by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation. Designed by the architectural firm Garber and Woodward, the Spanish Colonial style structure features a Rookwood tile entry, decora...

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  • Bellevue Independent Schools

    About Us:Bellevue is fortunate to have two fine public schools that are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools serving the community. Bellevue has small class sizes of 15 students to one teacher.Bellevue's schools feature excellent school security inc...

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  • Blue Ash Branch Library

    Branch History In the early 1960s, a group of concerned citizens, led by the Montgomery Woman’s Club, petitioned library administrators to provide a branch for Blue Ash. The Sycamore Branch Library opened in June of 1964 in the central business district of Blue Ash. I...

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  • Bond Hill Branch Library

    Branch History Library service to Bond Hill began in 1899, when a deposit station opened in the community. The deposit location moved to a storeroom at the corner of Oakdale and California Roads in 1930 and, three years later, relocated to a temporary location in th...

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  • Carpe Diem-Aiken

    Carpe Diem Learning Systems opened its first Ohio school in August of 2013, in the Cincinnati neighborhood of College Hill. Carpe Diem-Aiken, housed in a new LEED registered state-of-the-art building at the original Aiken High School location, is the first public charter sch...

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  • Carrico - Fort Thomas Branch Library

    About UsThe Philip N. Carrico Branch serves the Fort Thomas area with a collection of over 74,000 items. The building was constructed in 1995 with 8800 square feet. An additional 6200 square feet was constructed in 2001. About 200,000 patrons visit the branch each year....

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  • Cheviot Branch Library

    Branch History Library service to the community began in 1919 when a deposit station opened in the Cheviot Building and Loan Company. Ten years later, a full-service branch opened in rental quarters on Glenmore Avenue. The library operated at several locations in Cheviot unt...

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  • Cincinnati Christian University

    Founded in 1924, Cincinnati Christian University is composed of the Graduate Seminary, the Undergraduate College, and the College of Adult Learning.  Through the prayerful and financial support of individuals and churches, CCU is proud to offer relevant programs equippi...

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  • Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science

    Mission StatementThe Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science is an institution which endeavors to develop professionals who can function with distinction within their chosen profession and within the community of life.We strive to provide the best education possible for the e...

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  • Cincinnati Public Schools

    About Us: Serving 33,000 students in 55 schools spread across a 91-square-mile district in southwest Ohio, Cincinnati Public Schools is Greater Cincinnati's largest school district and Ohio's third largest. Cincinnati Public Schools ranks among the top 2 percent of Ohio di...

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  • Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

    About: Cincinnati State Technical and Community College (www.cincinnatistate.edu) was chartered in 1969, and today offers more than 75 associate degree and 40 certificate programs in business technologies, health and public safety, engineering technologies, humanities and s...

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  • Clifton Branch Library

    History This modest branch library opened on January 19, 1954, in the former quarters of a barber and beauty shop. A storefront was added in 1962, and the library was remodeled in 1971. In 2003, another expansion and remodeling project was completed. As part of the projec...

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  • College Hill Branch Library

    History: Library service began in College Hill in 1914 when a small library opened in the Town Hall. The library operated at several locations along Hamilton Avenue and in College Hill Elementary School until 1956, when it moved to a site at 1611 North Bend Road. The curren...

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  • College of Mount Saint Joseph

    Mission:The College of Mount St. Joseph is a Catholic academic community grounded in the spiritual values and vision of its founders, the Sisters of Charity. The College educates its students through interdisciplinary liberal arts and professional curricula emphasizing value...

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  • Corryville Branch Library

    History: The North Cincinnati Branch opened on April 2, 1907, one of nine area libraries built with funds provided by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation. Large stone columns flank the entrance of the Renaissance Revival building, and a decorated stone pediment tops the doorway....

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  • Covedale Branch Library

    History Library service to the Covedale community began when the Overlook Branch opened in a storefront on Relleum Avenue on November 25, 1935. The branch later relocated to a former post office on Heuwerth Avenue in August of 1973. The current branch is a former bank in t...

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