Shaker Heights City School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Shaker Heights, OH. It has 5,105 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 65% of students are at least proficient in math and 64% in reading.
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Shaker Heights City School District Reviews
Personally, I've had a very good experience at Shaker Heights High School. All of the teachers I've had have been extremely dedicated and have cared about my succeed and helped me along the way. I've enjoyed all the classes I've taken and felt that they expanded my perspectives and challenged me. Shaker Heights High School is also very diverse. There are many different students with different ethnicities, skin colors, religions and political opinions. Although Shaker is diverse it is segregated. The district could work on inclusion and they do this through SGORR, MAC scholars programs etc.
Shaker Heights is a wonderful, nurturing district that has a lot to offer. The elementary schools are fantastic, and the high school has so many different paths and activities to choose from! From academics to arts, there is a huge amount respect and independence that the students have for themselves and each other. I am actively involved in the arts, and the music and theatre programs are second to none.
As a student with varied interests, this school provides many options to explore and try new things. Because of this, throughout my high school year, I've been able to be in marching band, Sankofa, SGORR, Film Club, Public Speaking Club, Rubiks Cube Club, 2 theatre productions, Volleyball, and three art classes. I also participated in the IB 10th grade personal project and National History Day. You can't name another school district that not only provides the flexibility for students to be involved in many things, but actively encourages it.