St. Clairsville, Ohio- CBOC
St. Clairsville is a city in Belmont County, Ohio in the United States. It is part of the Wheeling, West VirginiaMetropolitan Statistical Area. This county seat of Belmont County has been nicknamed "Paradise on the Hill." St. Clairsville was named after Northwest Territory Governor and Revolutionary War Major-General Arthur St. Clair.
St. Clairsville is currently home to St. Clairsville High School, Middle School, and Elementary School. The St. Clairsville Mascot is a Red Devil. The mascot has been a point of contention due to concern over satanic overtones, but in fact references a nickname for local coal miners. The miners would emerge covered in a red dust due to the red clay present at a local mine in an area dubbed Hell's Kitchen. The school system serves grades Pre-K to 12.
Also located in town is St. Mary's School which includes grades K-8. Their mascot is the SMC Knights. St. Mary's School is a feeder school into St. John Central High located in Bellaire. Both schools are of the Roman Catholic Affiliation. The St. Mary's Central website is web.me.com/stmaryscentral
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