Cleveland Heights High School
- Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District, OH
- 297 reviews
Alum: I've been in the Cleveland heights district since the 4th grade and the overall environment that CHUH School District gives is a great environment. Many of the elementary schools are I.B League and the athletics take our students very far including the NCAAP, and AVID which gets students prepared for college as early as the 7th grade. The holiday events to do at the schools for children makes them feel very much at home. The safety for the students is at an all time high and bullying is never tolerated. The school is extremely diverse and very cultural when it comes to have foreign students into foreign language classes as early as elementary!
- 1,772 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Brush High School
- South Euclid-Lyndhurst City School District, OH
- 331 reviews
Senior: Brush highschool is an great experience, filled with a prodigious amount of opportunities to enhance ones knowledge. In multiple branches of education.
There is a passionate staff, Many of the teachers have plenty of experience. Teaching for 20 plus years, in some cases the teachers, end up teaching there future co-workers.
The students, the students at brush highschool are filled with personality, it is a culture or sorts, filled with plenty of school spirit. Brush highschool has a dynamic sports teams, that are loud and proud of there schools legacy. The brush arcs have a plethora of trophy's and awards from thoughout the 20th century. From each individual sport. Track, wrestling, football, basketball, tennis, and more.
Brush is filled with diversity, with many cultures embracing friendship amongst each other. I conclude that Brush Highschool is a great experience that is filled with opportunity to use for you future. It is a great place to grow!
- 1,136 Students
- 19:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- Private School
- South Euclid, OH
- 3 reviews
Senior: The Lyceum is a wonderful school! The academics are rigorous and challenging, but all the teachers are ready and willing to help their students succeed. This school is fully and faithfully Catholic, and that is essential to the identity of the school. The academic goal is coming to know God with a focus on the good, the true, and the beautiful. In everything, the Lyceum seeks the truth, teaching students how to think for themselves and use their reason properly. While the lack of extracurricular activities can be frustrating, the education that one receives at the Lyceum is worth so much more that sports or clubs.
- 59 Students
- — Student-Teacher Ratio
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