Solon City School District is an elite, public school district located in Solon, OH. It has 4,652 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 95% of students are at least proficient in math and 89% in reading.
Elementary Schools in Solon City School District
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- A+405 Students
- A-201 Students
- A186 Students
- B180 Students
- A+171 Students
- A-146 Students
- A+89 Students
- B-86 Students
- B+85 Students
- B85 Students
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Solon City School District Reviews
The teachers and administrative staff are amazing. The constant improvements in how the kids are educated are outstanding, the athletics and facilities are top notch and the improvements make to the physical buildings and district grounds are incredible! I would not trust my children anywhere else. Best district in the state...no best in the country !
During my twelve years in the Solon City School District, I have always felt more than prepared for every state exam and standardized test. We have wonderful teachers and amazing students who exceed all expectations. I wish I was able to have more one-on-one time with my guidance counselor during the college search process, and we could definitely use a few more people on the school counseling staff. At times the culture at Solon High School has been strained and we often lack school spirit, but the district has taken measures to improve the overall attitude and mood of those within the Solon School District, such as by playing music in between classes and painting inspirational quotes on the hallway walls. I thank my parents often for moving to Solon specifically for the school system.
My high schooler attended an international boarding school for his first year of high school in Canada. We found that the education at Solon HS to be far superior to the boarding school in Canada. The teachers at Solon were very competent and cared for each student. They actually know each student personally not just their names. Also the school's tailor the education, although rigorous, to each students capability and interest. The school district allows students to take college classes and adjusts their course schedule to accommodate going to the college campuses in person. For example, my middle schooler began taking college classes as a rising freshman and will have 19 college credit hours at the end of this year. Since he is advanced in French the school is helping him to pursue a college Minor in French before graduating from Solon High School.For these reasons and many more, I highly recommend it if you are moving to the Cleveland area.