We started our daughter as a tuition student in Pre-K. We are so impressed in the district that when we decided to buy another home we decided to buy one in the district. We use the money we were paying for tuition to pay for the new house. Our daughter loves the school she learns a lot more than other kids her age in other districts and all of the teachers and parents are super involved in the children's education. We love the schools and are happy to be in such a great school and community.
Cuyahoga Heights Elementary School is a public elementary school in Brooklyn Heights. The principal of Cuyahoga Heights Elementary School is Ms. Renee S. Schoonover and can be contacted at email@example.com. 412 students attend Cuyahoga Heights Elementary School and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Asian/Pacific Islander; and Asian. 13% of the 412 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 26% are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Cuyahoga Heights Elementary School is 17:1. Hope Academy Northcoast is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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Having two daughers already graduated from CHS there was no doubt about sending our youngest who is in Pre-K. We are very pleased with the academic and extracurricular activities CHS offers their students. They can be involved in a variety of activities. I like the fact that the parents can be involved in volunteering in alot of different areas. Right now I'm just involved with the Pre-K staff and I cannot say enough about the professionalism warmth love and kindness the pre-k teachers show every child. We are very fortunate to have a school system like we do in this time of hardships that other systems are going through.