Welcome to the Richland-Bean Blossom Community School Corporation!
RBBCSC students and staff are among the best in the State of Indiana and accomplish outstanding achievements both inside and outside of the classroom. The Indiana Department of Education rated RBBCSC an "A" corporation the last two years, and all RBBCSC Schools were rated an "A" in 2017. We certainly hope you have a great experience as you navigate our website and see all that the R-BB Schools have to offer its students, faculty, and community, and hopefully you will be able to visit us in person. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact any of our faculty members. Thank you for visiting us!
Dr. Mike Wilcox
Superintendent of Schools
Our mission is to work in cooperation with the community and families to provide students with an education that promotes responsible citizenship, develops critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity.
Living, Learning and Leading Together
About Our School Corporation
Richland-Bean Blossom Community School Corporation (RBBCSC) is a school system serving nearly 3000 students in northwestern Monroe County, Indiana.
Ellettsville is a town with 20,167 residents situated seven miles northwest of Bloomington, Indiana. It is close to Indiana University, Ivy Tech State College, and Lake Monroe. The town was founded in 1837 and later incorporated in 1866. The town’s name honors Edward Ellett, an early settler and merchant. Its proud heritage is rooted in the limestone industry. More recently, the town has expanded as a suburban neighbor of Bloomington, incorporating many new apartment complexes, housing subdivisions and new roads.
The Ellettsville and Richland Township area is one of the most rapidly developing areas in Monroe County. Two industrial parks house General Electric, Whitestone, Tree of Life, Tasus, Hall Signs, Huntsman Packaging, Griner Engineering, Inter Art Distribution/Sunrise Publications, and Beasley Produce among others. Ivy Tech State College and the headquarters of Cook Inc. are located in Industrial Park 48, within our district. Jack’s Defeat Creek Mall, Smith Pike Crossing, Tuscano Mall, and Richland Plaza, within the town limits, contain several businesses that offer a variety of services for the residents of Richland Township.
The local community and RBBCSC enjoy a positive relationship. Many organizations, businesses, governmental offices, and individuals within the community provide learning materials, resource persons, speakers, educational incentives, achievement awards, and field trip opportunities for students. Some examples include the following:
- Boys and Girls Club of Bloomington/Ellettsville
- Monroe County Public Library
- Monroe Smart Start
- Community Foundation of Bloomington/Monroe County
- United Way of Monroe County
- YMCA Northwest
- IU Health/Bloomington Hospital
- Monroe County Parks and Recreation
- Area 10 Agency on Aging
- Local businesses, including Bybee Stone, Peoples State Bank, Chicago’s Pizza, McDonald’s, Smithville®, Pizza Pantry, IGA, Nite Owl, Wild Care
- Indiana University Early Field Experience and Student Teaching Programs
- Baxter Labs, ELANCO
- Purdue Extension
- Ivy Tech Community College
- Hoosier Hills Career Center
- Indiana University Art Museum, IU Theater, Lilly Library, Stone Belt, Goodwill Industries, Vocational Rehabilitation
- Monroe County Solid Waste District
- Cardinal Stage Company
|The Department of Education Compass Data site offers a statistical overview of the Richland-Bean Blossom Community School Corporation (#5705) including enrollment and attendance, longitudinal student performance data, accountability, and school personnel.|
|The Annual Performance Reports are state mandated reports with key information on expenditures, demographics, and performance data for each public school and school corporation in Indiana. These reports present longitudinal data of the school corporation's performance across a variety of areas and are updated and published annually. The 2014 APR is embargoed by the DOE until March 18, 2015.|