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Education near Lebanon, IN

City County
High School Graduates 87.33 93.45
College Degree - 2 year 9.12 7.7
College Degree - 4 year 17.66 39.54
Graduate Degree 3.16 9.64
Expenditures per Student 9,509 9,509
Students per Teacher 16.5 17.2

Elementary Schools near Lebanon, IN

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Boone Meadow PK - PK 7 0 46075
Central Elementary School KG - 05 407 17.7 46052
Eagle Elementary School KG - 04 375 15.9 46077
Granville Wells Elementary School PK - 06 498 20.8 46147
Harney Elementary School KG - 05 509 20.4 46052
Hattie B Stokes Elementary School KG - 05 444 17.1 46052
Perry Worth Elementary School KG - 05 347 19.3 46052
Stonegate Elementary School KG - 04 673 17.5 46077
Thorntown Elementary School PK - 06 423 21.2 46071
Union Elementary School KG - 04 455 16.5 46077
Zionsville Pleasant View Elementary School KG - 04 728 16.7 46077

Middle Schools near Lebanon, IN

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Lebanon Middle School 06 - 08 801 18.6 46052
Zionsville Middle School 05 - 08 1,017 20.9 46077
Zionsville West Middle School 05 - 08 861 19.7 46075

High Schools near Lebanon, IN

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Lebanon Senior High School 09 - 12 1,049 16.4 46052
Western Boone Junior/Senior High School 07 - 12 840 16 46071
Zionsville Community High School 09 - 12 1,807 22 46077

Demographics near Lebanon, IN

City County
Neighborhood Type Suburban
Population 15,630 56,823
Population Density 1,005 134
Median Age 37.7 38.5
People per Household 2.3 2.6
Median Household Income 44,763 68,774
Average Income per Capita 23,724 37,018


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Lebanon, "The Friendly City" is not just a slogan. It reflects its residents' commitment to quality of life, and pride of community. The city has much to offer, including a solid
education system which excels in both academics and sports, beautifully manicured parks offering a wide array of community activities, excellent real estate opportunities, plus state-of-the-art medical facilities and plenty of social and civic organizations to meet any need.

Officially established in 1830, Lebanon was selected as the Boone County seat in 1832. Why?  Probabaly because it's smack-dab in the middle of the county.  That's because the town was founded by two prominent Indianapolis men, General James Perry Drake and Colonel George L. Kinnard, who bought some land in the area betting that the Boone County seat would placed in that general area.  These two were described as progressive community builders and shrewd developers and speculators.  Worked this time for them, for sure.

The town's name came from Adam French, one of its first commissioners.  For some reason, a cluster of hickory trees made him think of the Bible's Cedars of Lebanon, so he shouted to a group of onlookers, "The name of this town shall be Lebanon." Presumably, they shouted back, "OK, whatever."

Lebanon has seen three courthouses in its day. The first, a two-story brick built in 1839, lasted for nearly two decades until - literally - the bottom started to drop out. Its replacement was finished in 1856 and stood until 1909. The current courthouse celebrated its centennial in 2011. Made of limestone from Bedford, Indiana, it stands out because of:

  • The large columns on the north and south entrances ... believed to be the largest monolithic (single-stone) limestone columns in the world;
  • The beautiful courthouse dome is the second-largest stained-glass dome in Indiana;
  • Eight rare Hahl pneumatically calibrated clocks that still keep time inside the courthouse.

As a city bounded on the South and West by I-65 and only 25 miles from Indianapolis and from Lafayette, the city's future growth is inevitable. (Resistance is futile.)

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LEBANON HOME VALUES City         U.S.       
Median home value  $134,900 $217,200
% Owner-occupied  62.3% 66.2%
% Vacant 6.0% 9.0%
Rental  31.2% 24.8%

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102 Birchwood Drive
Lebanon, IN
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5 N. Main Street
Zionsville, IN
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301 E. Northfield Drive
Brownsburg, IN
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10332 East U.S. Highway 36
Avon, IN
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1801 Lafayette Road
Crawfordsville, IN
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295 W. Smith Valley Road
Greenwood, IN
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