The community served by the LaBrae Local School District is comprised of Braceville and Leavittsburg.
The name of the school district, LaBrae, was selected by combining the name of Leavittsburg, located in Warren Township, with Braceville, when the township district consolidated in 1970. The school name, colors (scarlet and gray), and mascot (Viking) were selected by a student vote at the time of the merger. This initial merger enhanced positive support and pride among staff, students, parents, and community that continues in the LaBrae School District today.
LaBrae students maintain a high scholastic record as evidenced by honors earned on state and national achievement tests, scholarships awarded, and admissions gained to top universities as well as military academies.
The LaBrae school district operates two buildings--Bascom Elementary which houses preschool through grade two and the LaBrae Local School Complex which houses grades three through twelve.