The Clear Creek Amana School District covers over 250 square miles of beautiful eastern Iowa countryside, ranging from hills and woods to open farming. The Iowa River Valley and Coralville Reservoir provide residents with recreational opportunities as well as outstanding scenery. The school district encompasses the towns of Tiffin (population 1,947), Oxford (population 807), and the seven villages of the historic Amana Colonies (population 1,600). The eastern edge of the district is inside the city limits of Coralville and North Liberty. The total population of the district is about 12,000. The district is located 7 miles west of Iowa City and 20 miles south of Cedar Rapids. Both Interstates 80 and 380 pass through the district providing easy access to Des Moines (100 miles), Chicago (220 miles) and points beyond. The location provides a rural setting, yet within minutes offers the cultural opportunities of a Big Ten university (the University of Iowa), the urban opportunities of a major city (Cedar Rapids), and the charm and uniqueness of the Amana Colonies, a national historic site and Iowa's number one tourist destination. The University of Iowa offers a Ph. D. in Educational Leadership. University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics provide some of the highest quality healthcare found anywhere in the United States. The district serves 1,920 students preK-12 and is growing. District enrollment increased by over 500 students during 2000-2010. The district operates 6 attendance centers with a high school in Tiffin (545 students 9-12), a middle school in Tiffin (388 students 6-8) and elementary centers in Tiffin (325 students PK-5) Middle Amana (150 students PK-5), North Liberty (400 students PK-5) and Oxford (437 students PK-5). The community support of education is evidenced by the opening of Tiffin Elementary in 2015, Middle School Addition in 2016, the North Bend Elementary building in 2008 and a high school building in 2009. A state of the art athletic complex opened in the fall of 2009 and the performing arts center opened in the fall of 2010. Each attendance center has a full time building principal. The district has a full time technology coordinator and full time nurse. Of the 140 certified teachers, over thirty percent have been with the district for 15 years or more. The staff is caring and committed to providing the best education possible for all students.