Cleveland Heights High School 13263 Cedar Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH44118 Cleveland Heights High School, founded in 1901 and at its current location on Lee and Cedar roads since 1927, educates…More students in the Cleveland Heights and University Heights areas. In 2004, Heights High was divided into smaller schools with the hope that student achievement, engagement and graduation rates would improve. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation donated $20 million to the KnowledgeWorks Foundation, which created the Ohio High School Transformation Initiative. Five different principals lead Legacy, P.R.I.D.E., R.E.A.L., Mosaic Experience and Renaissance, and each has its own philosophical approach to teaching and learning.
Mosdos Ohr Hatorah 1508 Warrensville Center Rd, Cleveland, OH44121 Mosdos Ohr Hatorah is a private, Orthodox Jewish school for toddlers to 12th graders. The school on Warrensville Center…More Road has classes for boys through eighth grade, and the school on 1700 South Taylor Rd. is for girls through 12th grade. There are about 450 students total from Cleveland Heights, University Heights, Euclid, Wickliffe and other communities in Cleveland.
Boulevard Elementary School 1749 Lee Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH44118 Boulevard Elementary School is one of the smaller K-5 schools in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School…More District, with enrollment at about 318 students. Boulevard's land was once the site of the Cleveland Heights High School, and it was founded in 1924. The school encourages parental involvement and offers programs such as The Breakfast Club, where parents meet with teachers before school and discuss the current reading and math curriculum so they can help their children with assignments at home.
Noble Elementary School 1293 Ardoon St, Cleveland Heights, OH44121 Noble Elementary School is the largest elementary school in the Cleveland Heights - University Heights school district,…More with an enrollment of about 420 students. Noble was founded in 1909 and a newer building was constructed and opened in 1923. Noble has programs to honor students, including N.E.D., which stands for never gives up, encourages others and does his or her best. Students in all grades have the opportunity to earn this award weekly. Students nominated by teachers and fellow students join a pizza party with other N.E.D. winners and the principal.
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights School district operates 13 schools and educates about 6,000 students in the…More two communities. Additionally, Cleveland Heights High School is divided into five small schools, each with its own principal and teaching and learning model. The district is known for its strong athletic and music programs, as well as its cultural and economic diversity. Seventy-six percent of the student population is black, 18 percent white, 5 percent multi-racial, 1 percent Hispanic, 1 percent Asian and a little more than half economically disadvantaged.
The board has five members who serve four-year terms.