My child has been achieving honor roll and merit roll for the past 2 yrs. state test scores are good. principal Sean Patton very organised and strong leader for the school. Disciplines the students accordingly. teachers are very professional respectful and easy to talk with. I believe as long as this school maintains a Grade A profile I will continue my child's education for the remainder until they reach 8th grade.
Hannah Gibbons-Nottingham Elementary School is a public middle school in Cleveland. The principal of Hannah Gibbons-Nottingham Elementary School is Sean E. Patton, whose e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. 175 students go to Hannah Gibbons-Nottingham Elementary School and are mostly Black, non-Hispanic; White, non-Hispanic; and Multiracial. 89% of the 175 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 95% are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Hannah Gibbons-Nottingham Elementary School is 14:1. Noble Academy-Cleveland is one of the nearest middle schools.
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im not a parernt either but thanks to Hannah Gibbons i got acepted to many different schools soe were college prepatory school(downtown) millitary school and my recent school St. MArtin de porres. I am in a corperate work study program and i suggest that any student who wants to work come here. Hanna gibbons' teacher were expecially helpfull sometimes i wish i were back there just so i can see te teachers i even tell my principal how she should hire some of the teachers who are recently laid off. 'i miss HAnna Gibbons.' _Crystal Svoboda_
I'm not a parent. I was a student at Hannah Gibbons. Hannah Gibbons was a great school. Everyone was friendly and outgoing. Thanks to Hannah Gibbons I got accepted to V.A.S.J. But I'm going to Chardon High. My friends was able to go to Early College St Martin Depores and many other places. Teachers always wanted the best for their students like Mr.Ryan Mrs. Smedley Mr Hyrak and so many others I can't name them all. If you were smart you would enroll your child.