Cardinal Local School District
Cardinal Local School District is a public school district in Geauga County, Ohio, serving the village of Middlefield and the townships of Middlefield, Huntsburg and Parkman. As of 2005[update], 1467 students attended the district's five schools.
The district is located in the center of the world's fourth largest Amish settlement (Ohio's second largest). Amish students are permitted to cease attending school after the eighth grade to work on their family farms, and many Amish only attend public school for a short time with the purpose to become proficient in English. Consequently, no Amish students attend Cardinal High School.
- Cardinal High School, grades 9-12.
- Cardinal Middle School, grades 5-8. is also the newest school built in 2002-2003
- Cardinal Intermediate School, grades 3-4
- A.J. Jordak Elementary, grades K–2
- Huntsburg Elementary (grades PK-5)
- Parkman Elementary (grades PK-5)
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