When you choose to make your home in Springfield, Ohio, you can rest assured you’ll have a great life at a great price. In fact, in 2011, Forbes magazine recognized our affordable living and great quality of life ranking Springfield the 8th best place to live cheaply in the United States.

Whether your dream home is a country estate situated on a few acres of land, an urban loft positioned in the center of downtown, a turn-of-the century renovation project, or a home in a tree-lined, close-knit neighborhood, Springfield’s rich inventory of homes will help you find what you desire at a competitive price.

The legacy of arts and culture lives on in a city that boasts its own symphony orchestra, a Frank Lloyd Wright house museum and Smithsonian-affiliate art museum - amenities that keep arts and culture at the community’s center stage.

With so many parks and trails and places to enjoy basketball, baseball, kayaking, bicycling, bouldering and hockey ...and more...Greater Springfield is a reservoir of recreation.

In Springfield and Clark County, students are afforded educational opportunities that will not only lead them into a wider world but to an understanding of how they can contribute by staying in their own communities.  

The Springfield City School District holds classes in 10 recently constructed elementary schools, 3 recently constructed middle schools, the Keifer Alternative School and the spacious Springfield High School which opened in 2012. With its highly successful small school concept, the high school offers distinct concentration in five academies: Preparatory, Exploratory, STEM, Health and Human Services. Springfield High School offers a variety of advanced placement courses along with the International Baccalaureate program.

The former South High School - now renamed The DOME - houses a regionally renowned STEM school (the Global Impact Stem Academy), and a state-of-the-art tech and creative learning center called CareerConnectED.

Our six county school districts consistently rate high in the Ohio Board of Education’s Report Card. Recently, we were among only a few counties in Ohio to have all of our county schools rated excellent to excellent with distinction.

Wittenberg University sets a standard of excellence both in liberal arts education and small college athletics. Wittenberg is currently undertaking a $40 million dollar sports center on campus.

Clark State Community College help pioneer two-year post high school education in Ohio. It’s students have more than 80 degree and certificate programs from which to choose.