All HCESC Locations

HCESC provides a wide variety services from several locations throughout Greater Cincinnati.  If you are uncertain about the location of a service, program, or person, contact our main number at 513.674.4200.

Administration and Main Office

11083 Hamilton Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
513.742.8339 (fax)

The primary administrative, human resource, and financial functions for HCESC are at this location.  In addition, a wide variety of services are offered from this location – curriculum, assessment, data, leadership development, special education, attendance, athletics, gifted, graphic design and printing, and many others.

HCESC Early Learning Program

924 Waycross Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45240
513.851.5747 (fax)

The Early Learning Program, formerly known as Hamilton County Head Start, is committed to improving the coordination and collaboration of early childhood care and education services for three-, four-, and five-year-old children in Hamilton County. The HCESC Early Learning Program offers Head Start, and Early Head Start (infants/toddlers), as options for families with limited resources. These programs, offered in public schools, childcare centers, and in school-linked family resource centers, lay the foundation for school achievement for years to come.

Center for Regional Educational Services (CRES)

11083 Hamilton Avenue 
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231 
513.563.0588 (fax)

The Region 13 State Support Team which is responsible for the regional delivery of school improvement, literacy, special education compliance, and early learning and school readiness services to districts. In addition, there are a variety of resources available for loan to families, educators, and students.  CRES is located at the HCESC main office on Hamilton Avenue.
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HCESC Learning Center at North Norwood

5017 Marion Avenue
Norwood, Ohio  45212
513.396.5942 (fax)

The Learning Center at North Norwood is a public school for students with disabilities that specializes in intensive supports for students with behavioral and/or mental-health needs. An interdisciplinary approach provides a team of professionals working with the student and his/her family and community-support systems in building effective academic and social/behavioral strategies.