Cincinnati Public Schools

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Cincinnati Public Schools
Location
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
District information
Type City school district
Established 1829
Superintendent Mary Ronan
Students and staff
Students 33,000[1]
Other information
Website www.cps-k12.org

Cincinnati Public Schools (often abbreviated CPS) is the U.S. state of Ohio's third-largest public school district, by enrollment, after Cleveland and Columbus, but ahead of Toledo.[2] Cincinnati Public Schools is the largest Ohio school district rated as at least 'effective'.[3] Founded in 1829 as the Common Schools of Cincinnati,[4] it is governed by the Cincinnati Board of Education.

Schools[edit]

Cincinnati Public Schools operates 55 schools, including 12 high schools, 39 elementary schools, and 4 combined K-12 schools:[1]

Area[edit]

The Cincinnati Public School District covers an area of 91 square miles including all of the City of Cincinnati, Amberley Village, Cheviot and Golf Manor; most of the City of Silverton; parts of Fairfax and Wyoming; and small parts of Anderson, Columbia, Delhi, Green, Springfield and Sycamore townships.

Elementary Schools[edit]

Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies (Preschool-8)

Academy of World Languages (Preschool-8)

Bond Hill Academy (Preschool-8)


Carson School (Preschool-8)

Chase School (Preschool-8)

Cheviot School (Preschool-8)

College Hill Fundamental Academy (Preschool-6)

Covedale School (K-6)

Dater Montessori School (Preschool-6)

Frederick Douglass School (Preschool-8)

Fairview-Clifton German Language School (Preschool-6)

Hartwell School (Preschool-8)

Hays-Porter School (Preschool-8)

Hoffman-Parham School (Preschool-8)

Kilgour School (K-6)

Midway School (Preschool-8)

Mt. Airy School (Preschool-8)

Mt. Washington School (Preschool-6)

North Avondale Montessori School (Preschool-6)

Oyler School (Preschool-12)

John P. Parker School (Preschool-8)

Pleasant Hill Academy (Preschool-8)

Pleasant Ridge Montessori School (Preschool-6)

Quebec Heights School (Preschool-8)

Rees E. Price Academy (Preschool-8)

Riverview East Academy (Preschool-12)

Roberts Paideia Academy (Preschool-8)

Rockdale Academy (Preschool-8)

Roll Hill Academy (Preschool-8)

Roselawn Condon School (Preschool-8)

Rothenberg Preparatory Academy (Preschool-8)

Sands Montessori School (Preschool-6)

Sayler Park School (Preschool-8)

School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) (K-12)

Silverton Paideia Academy (Preschool-6)

South Avondale School (Preschool-8)

William H. Taft School (Preschool-8)

Ethel M. Taylor Academy (Preschool-8)

Westwood School (Preschool-8)

Winton Hills Academy (Preschool-8)

Winton Montessori School (Preschool-6)

Woodford Paideia Academy (Preschool-6)

Secondary Schools[edit]

Shroder Paideia High School (7–12)

Robert A. Taft Information Technology High School (9–12)

Virtual High School (9th grade through age 22)

Walnut Hills High School (7–12)

Western Hills Engineering High School (9–12)

Western Hills University (9–12)

Withrow International High School (9–12)

Withrow University High School (9–12)

Woodward Career Technical High School (9–12)

Satellite Schools[edit]

Children's Home (9–12)

Hospital/Satellite Program Office (9–12)

Juvenile Detention Center (9–12)

STEP/Work Resource Center (WRC) (9–12)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Cincinnati Board of Education. "About the District – Basic Facts". Retrieved 2014-05-01. 
  2. ^ http://asumag.com/top-10s/largest-school-districts-ohio-2011-12
  3. ^ http://www.dispatch.com/content/pages/data/school-education/school-rankings/school-district-rankings.html
  4. ^ Cincinnati Board of Education (2006-03-20). "The Early History of Cincinnati Public Schools". Retrieved 2006-11-02. 

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