Chagrin Falls Exempted Village School District is an elite, public school district located in Chagrin Falls, OH. It has 2,023 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 88% of students are at least proficient in math and 96% in reading.
Elementary Schools in Chagrin Falls Exempted Village School District
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- A+129 Students
- A91 Students
- A-63 Students
- A-44 Students
- A+44 Students
- A+36 Students
- A+30 Students
- A+28 Students
- B28 Students
- A+28 Students
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Chagrin Falls Exempted Village School District Reviews
I am a student at Chagrin Falls High School and I have attended since the 3rd grade and through these years I have noticed many things good and bad about this school. I am considered an advanced kid in Chagrin while those who receive B's and lower are dumb, which is not a good stereotype. Also, there is not much diversity in Chagrin. I have probably encountered on 5 african americans in my high school out of 700. It is explicitly all white rich people, which has made me realize how different a school can change one's personality, which is good and bad. I have found that I am more open to different people. But, in Chagrin we have great teachers and a nice school where I feel safe yet pushed. Overall Chagrin for me has been an okay experience, but sometimes I wish I could experience other situations in high schools. By this I mean more diverse range of people, within culture and personality.
We have lived in Chagrin for 2 years and our students have attended many types of schools due to our various moves - from parochial to private - in the US and internationally. Chagrin was our first Public school experience and we are very pleased. It is definitely a "private" public because of its small class/grade size, extremely well-qualified teaching staff, strong Administration, excellent student performance and very supportive parents and community. The AP offerings are extensive, as are the extra-curriculars. They are working to bring innovative solutions, especially via technology, to the school.
I have been going to Chagrin ever since I was in preschool. As public schools go this is one of the best educationally. Every student is pushed to find their greatest potential, however, this school is very prone to cliques and is made up of over 90% Caucasians. Because of this many students are insensitive to others and very out for themselves. Academically I am confident I will do well in college but socially I feel like this school and its students sucked all the life out of me.