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Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies (AMIS) (Preschool-8)
A citywide magnet school offering immersion and partial-immersion language curriculum aimed at fluency in Spanish; also offers English as a Second Language (ESL) programs. Immersion is a research-based method of teaching students to understand, speak, read and write in a new language. AMIS teachers teach Spanish, and they also teach in Spanish, with students learning math, science and social studies in Spanish, so they learn more than conversational Spanish.
1908 Seymour Ave, 45237
513-363-1800
Fax: 513-363-1820
Principal: Sherwin Ealy II
Secretary: Linda Betsem
Hours: 9:15 - 3:45
Academy of World Languages (AWL) (Preschool-8)
A citywide magnet program and Community Learning Center offering classes in Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian and English as a Second Language (ESL), to prepare students for a globally linked society through excellence in world languages, cultural studies and high academic standards. AWL's staff and students represent over 50 nationalities and languages. Ensuring that each student's needs are met is key to AWL's successful academic program. Students spend about 150 minutes a week in foreign language instruction. ESL students - half of AWL's population - are immersed in regular academic programs and placed in ESL classes as needed.
2030 Fairfax Ave, 45207
513-363-7800
Fax: 513-363-7820
Principal: Jacquelyn Rowedder
Secretary: Katherine Schaefer
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Bond Hill Academy (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center offering a magnet program aimed at French fluency. French classes reinforce academic skills in reading, math, science and social studies, and in French cultural experiences.
1510 California Ave, 45237
513-363-7900
Fax: 513-363-7920
Principal: Sharon Johnson
Secretary: Alesia Carloss
Hours: 9:00 - 3:30
Carson School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center committed to nurturing the spirit and development of each child, promoting a growth mindset and high expectations aimed at educating each child for life.
4323 Glenway Ave, 45205
513-363-9800
Fax: 513-363-9820
Principal: Ruthenia Jackson
Secretary: Stacey Jones
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Chase School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center offering an Arts and Culture program, featuring artistic instruction for all students in art, dance and music; weekly sessions with visiting artists; connections to artistic and cultural resources provided by the Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies; and an annual Arts and Culture Exhibition of students' work.
4151 Turrill St, 45223
513-363-1300
Fax: 513-363-1320
Principal: Lynsa Davie
Secretary: Martina Green
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Cheviot School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center; also offering the Cincinnati Gifted Academy West, a magnet program for academically talented students in grades 3-6.
4040 Harrison Ave, 45211
513-363-1400
Fax: 513-363-1420
Principal: Tammy Solomon Gray
Secretary: Erica Moses
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Cincinnati Digital Academy (K-12)
On online school offering students a rigorous and college-preparatory curriculum delivered to any Internet-connected computer; with 24-hour access to online courses, class schedules are structured around individual needs.
425 Ezzard Charles Drive, 45203
513-363-2040
Fax: 513-363-2099
Principal: Eric Rozier
Secretary: Kimberly Roellig
Hours: 7:30 - 2:30
College Hill Fundamental Academy (Preschool-6)
A magnet school offering the Fundamental Academy program, the only such program in Cincinnati Public Schools. Fundamental sums up to this: A back-to-the-basics approach to learning with a 21st-century update. It's a school where parents are involved, students are on task, and teachers are responsive and highly communicative. The program includes mandatory parent meetings, regular communication with teachers, a homework-heavy curriculum, steps requiring students to stay on task, students wearing uniforms, and high expectations set for student behavior and cooperation.
1625 Cedar Ave, 45224
513-363-1600
Fax: 513-363-1620
Principal: Monica Battle
Secretary: Amy Scherz
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Covedale School (K-6)
A neighborhood school and a Community Learning Center that also offers a magnet college-preparatory curriculum for grades 4-6.
5130 Sidney Rd, 45238
513-363-1700
Fax: 513-363-1720
Principal: Michelle Kipp
Secretary: Susan Lipp
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Dater Montessori School (Preschool-6)
A magnet school offering the Montessori teaching style
2840 Boudinot Ave, 45238
513-363-0900
Fax: 513-363-0920
Principal: Beth Ann Schnell
Secretary: Polly Nortman
Hours: 9:15-3:45
Douglass (Frederick) School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center
2627 Park Ave, 45206
513-363-1900
Fax: 513-363-1920
Principal: Jeffery Hall
Secretary: Mya Felton
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Evanston Academy (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center (formerly, Hoffman-Parham School), Evanston Academy has a strong commitment to offering outstanding education and long-term community building. Nurturing, challenging and supporting students are key components, with kindness, expertise and enthusiasm included; operates under the Effective Schools Model based on the understanding that all children can and will learn, tied to data-driven instruction with frequent assessments.
1835 Fairfax Ave, 45207
513-363-2700
Fax: 513-363-2720
Principal: Stacey Hill-Simmons
Secretary: Natasha Nutter
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Fairview-Clifton German Language School (Preschool-6)
A magnet school with a German-language-based curriculum; founded in 1888, it has evolved into one of Cincinnati Public School's consistently top-performing schools. Fairview-Clifton's vision is to be an empowered and vibrant school dedicated to academics, German and the arts, fostering a culture of excellence within a diverse learning community with unique traditions, to provide opportunities for each child to reach full potential as a world citizen.
3689 Clifton Avenue, 45220
513-363-2100
Fax: 513-363-2120
Principal: Monisha House
Secretary: Judi Enderle
Hours: 9:15 - 3:45
Hartwell School (Preschool-8)
A neighborhood school and a Community Learning Center - "Little School - Big Heart" - committed to delivering strong instruction with an emphasis on rigor, engagement and use of technology.
8320 Vine St, 45216
513-363-2300
Fax: 513-363-2320
Principal: Antwan Lewis
Secretary: Tracy Heinecke
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Hays-Porter School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center offering a High Technology program, providing access to cutting-edge technology and creative, hands-on activities. Students develop the skills to become creators, not just consumers, of technology. The program aligns with the West End neighborhood's focus on becoming an information-technology innovation hub.
1030 Cutter St, 45203
513-363-1000
Fax: 513-363-1020
Principal: Nedria McClain
Secretary: Felicia Barron
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Hyde Park School (Preschool-5, and grades 3-6 Gifted program)
A neighborhood school (preschool to grade 5) with the Cincinnati Gifted Academy magnet program for grades 3-6.
3401 Edwards Road, 45208
513-363-2800
Fax: 513-363-2820
Principal: Tianay Amat
Secretary: Ann Salzbrun
Hours: 8:15 - 2:45
Kilgour School (K-6)
A neighborhood school twice awarded a National Blue Ribbon for excellence, continuing its long tradition of academic achievement, with the mission of challenging each student to exceed Ohio's academic standards and become responsible contributors in the world.
1339 Herschel Ave, 45208
513-363-3000
Fax: 513-363-3020
Principal: Angela Cook Frazier
Secretary: TBD
Hours: 9:15 - 3:45
Midway School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center where highly qualified educators strive to discover each student's potential and guide each to academic success; teaming with parents to support students; and offering a well-rounded education including core subjects and the fine arts.
3156 Glenmore Avenue, 45211
513-363-3500
Fax: 513-363-3520
Principal: Cathy Lutts
Secretary: Jamie Harris
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Mt. Airy School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center offering a rigorous and comprehensive educational program and numerous enrichment opportunities; committed to developing lifelong learners with quality instruction in a collaborative and cooperative environment to ensure that all students are prepared for college and career.
5730 Colerain Ave, 45239
513-363-3700
Fax: 513-363-3720
Principal: Angel Roddy
Secretary: Gladys Pope
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Mt. Washington School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center, also offering a magnet college-preparatory curriculum for grades 4-6; one of the highest-performing neighborhood schools in Cincinnati Public Schools; adding Latin classes in 2016-17; offering free after-school programs where students participate in academic tutoring, STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) enrichment, art, and health and wellness activities.
1730 Mears Ave, 45230
513-363-3800
Fax: 513-363-3820
Principal: Debra Klein
Secretary: Julie Keininger
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
North Avondale Montessori School (Preschool-6)
A magnet school offering the Montessori teaching style
615 Clinton Springs Ave, 45229
513-363-3900
Fax: 513-363-3920
Principal: Roger R. Lewis
Secretary: Tamala Paul
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Oyler School (Preschool-12)
A Community Learning Center serving children from preschool through 12th grade, Oyler offers health, dental and vision clinics on campus.
2121 Hatmaker Street, 45204
513-363-4100
Fax: 513-363-4120
Principal: Amy Randolph
Secretary: Deborah Reynolds
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Parker (John P.) School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center, also offering a magnet college-preparatory program in grades 4-6
5051 Anderson Pl, 45227
513-363-2900
Fax: 513-363-2920
Principal: Kimberly Mack
Secretary: Ebony Johnson
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Parker Woods Montessori School (Preschool-6)
A Community Learning Center and magnet school offering the Montessori teaching style (renamed from Winton Montessori School).
4370 Beech Hill Lane, 45223
513-363-6200
Fax: 513-363-6220
Principal: Whitney Simmons
Secretary: Angela Bennett
Hours: 9:15 - 3:45
Pleasant Hill Academy (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center offering an Environmental Science focus, the first public-school program of its kind in the region. Designed to inspire curiosity, encourage exploration, and promote leadership and critical-thinking skills, the Environmental Science program takes full advantage of the school's 18-acre campus to offer hands-on learning across all subject areas.
1350 W. North Bend Rd, 45224
513-363-4300
Fax: 513-363-4320
Principal: Shauna McDowell
Secretary: Anita Brown
Hours: 7:30 - 2:15
Pleasant Ridge Montessori School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center following the Montessori teaching style
5945 Montgomery Rd, 45213
513-363-4400
Fax: 513-363-4420
Principal: Jennifer Mauch
Secretary: Jodi Osborn
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Price (Rees E.) Academy (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center, Price Academy is the focal point for families in the areas of education, family support and community support. Creating an environment that encourages students to envision themselves as successful through interaction with positive role models, Price's teachers and staff instill a thirst for learning in students and promote a schoolwide commitment to excellence.
1228 Considine Ave, 45204
513-363-6000
Fax: 513-363-6020
Principal: Shelley L. Stein
Secretary: Kia Greene
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Rising Stars Academy (Preschool)
Newly renovated preschool building for students ages 3 and 4, to serve growing preschool population; offering full-day and half-day classes from a district with 25 years experience providing the highest-quality free and affordable preschool programs aimed at preparing young children for success in kindergarten and beyond; classes taught by professional educators with bachelor’s or master’s degrees in education; hands-on activities meet each child’s needs and interests, including technology, discovery stations, teacher-directed lessons, and art and music activities; campus includes play area for social interaction and motor-skills development; classes fully licensed by the Ohio Department of Education.
2120 Vine Street, 45210
513-363-6500
Fax: 513-363-6520
Principal: Jaren Finney
Secretary: Tracy Mathews
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15; 8:30 - 3:00; 8:15 - 2:45
Riverview East Academy (Preschool-12)
Designed as a Community Learning Center, nurturing students in the rare format of preschool to 12th grade and offering a well-rounded college-preparatory education.
3555 Kellogg Ave, 45226
513-363-3400
Fax: 513-363-3420
Principal: Charlene Myers
Secretary: Pat Auciello
Hours: 9:15 - 3:35
Roberts Paideia Academy (Preschool-8)
A magnet school and Community Learning Center following the Paideia teaching method.
1702 Grand Avenue, 45214
513-363-4600
Fax: 513-363-4620
Principal: Vera Brooks
Secretary: Pamela Carter
Hours: 9:00 - 3:45
Rockdale Academy (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center, focused on collaboration among staff, students, parents and the community to become a school of excellence. In an inclusive environment, Rockdale's staff maintains open and honest communication with all stakeholders, while providing differentiated instruction for all students so all meet or exceed Ohio's academic standards.
335 Rockdale Ave, 45229
513-363-4700
Fax: 513-363-4720
Principal: Belinda Tubbs-Wallace
Secretary: Anecia Gandy
Hours: 8:00 - 2:30
Roll Hill Academy (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center, with the goal of creating an academically challenging program that nurtures each child's social development and provides educational excellence for all. With a student-oriented environment and by treating each child as an individual, Roll Hill helps all students reach their highest academic potential, opening students' minds so they are comfortable to explore, discover and develop problem-solving and critical-thinking skills. Students in grades 4-6 attend all-girl or all-boy classes. Parents, the community and the school form a working partnership to support students' success.
2411 Baltimore Ave, 45225
513-363-4000
Fax: 513-363-4020
Principal: Vicki Graves-Hill
Secretary: Curtina Rice
Hours: 8:00 - 2:30
Roselawn Condon School (Preschool-8)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center also offering a magnet college-preparatory curriculum for grades 4-8.
1594 Summit Rd, 45237
513-363-4800
Fax: 513-363-4820
Principal: Harry Voll Jr.
Secretary: Sharon Smith
Hours: 9:15 - 3:45
Rothenberg Preparatory Academy (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center, with the Student Enterprise program offered for students in grades 5-6. The Student Enterprise program provides hands-on, technology-rich learning experiences in economics, marketing and business planning. Rothenberg's revitalized Over-the-Rhine neighborhood is an ideal incubator for fostering young entrepreneurs, through partnerships with local businesses and universities.
241 E. Clifton Avenue, 45202
513-363-5700
Fax: 513-363-5720
Principal: Amber Simpson
Secretary: TBD
Hours: 7:30 - 2:15
Sands Montessori School (Preschool-6)
A magnet school offering the Montessori teaching style
6421 Corbly St, 45230
513-363-5000
Fax: 513-363-5020
Principal: Sarah Lord
Secretary: Deborah Tekulve
Hours: 9:15 - 3:45
Sayler Park School (Preschool-8)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center, Sayler Park School - in the western-most tip of the city and the school district - is a family-friendly, close-knit school, taught by a caring staff with a rigorous curriculum and high standards, and the belief that all students can achieve their potential academically and socially. With high expectations of behavior and interaction in an inclusive environment, Sayler Park's staff believe that every child can learn, and develop self-esteem and respect for others. With an emphasis on creating excellent reading skills, students can participate in the Rosey Reader program and the Accelerated Reader program.
6700 Home City Avenue, 45233
513-363-5100
Fax: 513-363-5120
Principal: Jamie Sowders
Secretary: Regina Hensley
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) (K-12)
Nationally recognized for preprofessional arts-training programs and academic excellence; students develop artistic and academic potential in creative writing, dance, drama, music (instrumental and vocal), technical theater and visual arts; interviews and/or auditions required. SCPA's Executive Director is Nick Nissley, and the Artistic Manager is Angela Powell Walker.
108 W. Central Parkway, 45202
513-363-8000
Fax: 513-363-8020
Principal: Michael Owens
Secretary: Patti Abbatiello
Hours: 9:15 - 3:46 (grades K-8), 7:38 - 2:35 (grades 9-12)
Silverton Paideia Academy (Preschool-6)
A magnet school and Community Learning Center using the museum school concept to support its Paideia philosophy of instruction. Museum partners actively extend students’ learning beyond the physical classroom and the traditional school day.
7451 Montgomery Road, 45236
513-363-5400
Fax: 513-363-5420
Principal: Leniese Fuqua
Secretary: Tina Turnage
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
South Avondale School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center, offering a challenging curriculum and numerous enrichment opportunities focused on building lifelong learners by providing rigorous instruction in a caring environment. Each student experiences a learning program tailored to meet specific needs, while applying critical-thinking skills. Students have access to multiple community resources that enhance the educational experience led by a dedicated and experienced team of teachers.
636 Prospect Place, 45229
513-363-5500
Fax: 513-363-5520
Principal: Michael Allison
Secretary: Monica Allen
Hours: 8:00 - 2:30
Taft (William H.) School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center with a STEM magnet program (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) - the only elementary-level STEM school in the Tristate and a starting point for students’ mastery of STEM fields. Taft's sixth-graders are eligible to attend CPS' Hughes STEM High School starting at seventh grade to continue the STEM emphasis. With cutting-edge curriculum, science and technology labs, and individualized teaching techniques, Taft's staff nurtures critical-thinking and collaborative problem-solving skills. STEM is more than the four subjects; it is an approach to education that increases access to learning and skills: student-centered, collaborative learning, and process-driven. Taft's partners – such as General Electric, Duke Energy, Procter and Gamble, and the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden – offer students field experiences to bring STEM concepts to life.
270 Southern Avenue, 45219
513-363-5600
Fax: 513-363-5620
Principal: Jonathan Brown
Secretary: Lenora McDay-Tyler
Hours: 7:30 - 2:15
Taylor (Ethel M.) Academy (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center - "Building a better future, one student at a time" - serving as a hub for community services, providing students and families access to health and social services, as well as recreational, educational and cultural opportunities.
1930 Fricke Rd, 45225
513-363-3600
Fax: 513-363-3620
Principal: Ceair Baggett
Secretary: Linda Griffin
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Westwood School (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center, offering the Student Enterprise program for students in grades 5-6 that provides hands-on, technology-rich learning experiences in economics, marketing and business planning.
2981 Montana Avenue, 45211
513-363-5900
Fax: 513-363-5920
Principal: Christopher Grant
Secretary: Barbara Webb
Hours: 7:30 - 2:15
Winton Hills Academy (Preschool-6)
A neighborhood school and Community Learning Center
5300 Winneste Ave, 45232
513-363-6300
Fax: 513-363-6320
Principal: Ben Fulton
Secretary: Barbara McCoucha
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Woodford Paideia Academy (Preschool-6)
A magnet school offering the Paideia teaching style, plus an Arts and Culture program featuring artistic instruction for all students in art, dance and music; weekly sessions with visiting artists; connections to artistic and cultural resources provided by the Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies; and an annual Arts and Culture Exhibition of students' work.
3716 Woodford Rd, 45213
513-363-6400
Fax: 513-363-6420
Principal: D. Ross Turpeau
Secretary: April Mack
Hours: 9:15 - 3:45
Aiken High School (7-12)
A Community Learning Center, offering the New Tech program, an innovative and nationally recognized approach to education that utilizes technology to engage students in project-based learning.
5641 Belmont Avenue, 45224
513-363-6700
Fax: 513-363-6720
Principal: Lisa Votaw
Secretary: Cynthia Johnson
Hours: 7:30 - 2:30
Carpe Diem Charter School - Aiken Campus (7-10)
Sponsored by Cincinnati Public Schools as a tuition-free charter school; uses a proprietary blended-learning model of digital curriculum and personalized instruction; co-located on Aiken High School's College Hill campus.
5641 Belmont Avenue, 45224
1-513-783-1025
Fax: 1-513-783-1026
Principal: Tyree Gaines
Secretary: Yvonne Threat
Hours: 7:30-3:30
Cincinnati Digital Academy (K-12)
On online school offering students a rigorous and college-preparatory curriculum delivered to any Internet-connected computer; with 24-hour access to online courses, class schedules are structured around individual needs.
425 Ezzard Charles Drive, 45203
513-363-2040
Fax: 513-363-2099
Principal: Eric Rozier
Secretary: Kimberly Roellig
Hours: 7:30 - 2:30
Clark Montessori High School (7-12)
The nation’s first public Montessori high school, nationally recognized for academic excellence, where students and teachers work in communities; previous Montessori experience preferred.
3030 Erie Ave, 45208
513-363-7100
Fax: 513-363-7120
Principal: Dean Blase
Secretary: Monika Hines
Hours: 7:30 - 2:30
Dater (Gilbert A.) High School (7-12)
A Community Learning Center, offering a tradition of academic achievement in a college-preparatory program; also offers the Special College Preparatory Program (SCPP) (entrance exam required); and a Culinary Arts program in grades 10-12.
2146 Ferguson Rd, 45238
513-363-7200
Fax: 513-363-7220
Principal: Stephen Sippel
Secretary: Tammi Wells
Hours: 7:45 - 2:10
Gamble (James N.) Montessori High School (7-12)
Modeled after Clark Montessori High School, this Community Learning Center is creating an opportunity for Montessori secondary education, with students and teachers working in communities.
2700 Felicity Place, 45211
513-363-2600
Fax: 513-363-2620
Principal: Jack Jose
Secretary: Loma Angelo
Hours: 8:45 - 3:45
Hughes STEM High School (7-12)
A Community Learning Center, emphasizing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); a college-preparatory focus includes project-based learning, and is part of a state and national effort to provide students with strong academic foundations in the global economy. Students develop individualized academic and career plans, and, at the end of sophomore year, apply for a STEM major: Engineering Futures, Health Sciences, Software Development, and Plant and Animal Sciences (Zoo Academy).
2515 Clifton Ave, 45219
513-363-7400
Fax: 513-363-7520
Principal: Kathy Wright
Secretary: Nicole Keith
Hours: 8:45 - 3:15
Oyler School (Preschool-12)
A Community Learning Center serving children from preschool through 12th grade, Oyler offers health, dental and vision clinics on campus.
2121 Hatmaker Street, 45204
513-363-4100
Fax: 513-363-4120
Principal: Amy Randolph
Secretary: Deborah Reynolds
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Riverview East Academy (Preschool-12)
Designed as a Community Learning Center, nurturing students in the rare format of preschool to 12th grade and offering a well-rounded college-preparatory education.
3555 Kellogg Ave, 45226
513-363-3400
Fax: 513-363-3420
Principal: Charlene Myers
Secretary: Pat Auciello
Hours: 9:15 - 3:35
School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) (K-12)
Nationally recognized for preprofessional arts-training programs and academic excellence; students develop artistic and academic potential in creative writing, dance, drama, music (instrumental and vocal), technical theater and visual arts; interviews and/or auditions required. SCPA's Executive Director is Nick Nissley, and the Artistic Manager is Angela Powell Walker.
108 W. Central Parkway, 45202
513-363-8000
Fax: 513-363-8020
Principal: Michael Owens
Secretary: Patti Abbatiello
Hours: 9:15 - 3:46 (grades K-8), 7:38 - 2:35 (grades 9-12)
Shroder High School (7-12)
A Community Learning Center and an Ohio School of Promise, providing rigorous liberal-arts education following the Paideia teaching method helping students think critically and develop into lifelong learners. Small-group seminars, coaching and whole-group instruction are used.
5030 Duck Creek Rd, 45227
513-363-6900
Fax: 513-363-6920
Principal: Larry Williams
Secretary: Donnitta Thomas
Hours: 9:00 - 3:30
Taft (Robert A.) Information Technology High School (7-12)
A Community Learning Center, recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School for excellence; offers experience in a wide range of information-technology skills such as interactive media, services/support and networking with access to cutting-edge technology.
420 Ezzard Charles Dr, 45214
513-363-8200
Fax: 513-363-8220
Principal: Michael Turner
Secretary: Teresa Diesel
Hours: 8:40-3:10
Virtual High School (9-12)
Alternative learning environment using an individualized, computer-assisted Web curriculum, offering scheduling flexibility and educating students to academic standards outside the traditional classroom. Includes K-12 Digital Academy program.
425 Ezzard Charles Drive, 45203
513-363-2060
Fax: 513- 363-2093
Principal: Eric Rozier
Secretary: Noreen Schirmann
Hours: 8-11 and 11:30-2:30
Walnut Hills High School (7-12)
Nationally recognized for academic excellence and considered one of America’s and Ohio's top public high schools, offering classic college-preparatory curriculum and one of the nation’s largest selections of Advanced Placement courses; entrance exam required.
3250 Victory Pkwy, 45207
513-363-8400
Fax: 513-363-8420
Principal: Jeff Brokamp
Secretary: Joan Kuethe
Hours: 7:30 - 2:30
Western Hills University High School (7-12)
A Community Learning Center, providing an intensive college-preparatory program; a GRAD Cincinnati school, which awards college scholarships to all students who fulfill requirements by graduation; teacher teams work with students for improved student-teacher relationships and student accountability to ensure academic success; School-based Health Center on campus.
2144 Ferguson Rd, 45238
513-363-8900
Fax: 513-363-8920
Principal: D. Kenneth Jump
Secretary: Renee Thompson
Hours: 7:45 - 2:15
Withrow University High School (7-12)
A Community Learning Center offering intensive preparation and guidance for academic success in college, with college-credit courses and community service, plus rigorous High School of Business career-technical program; plus, school-based health and dental clinics. Withrow's staff will empower students to graduate in four years and successfully pursue college, the armed forces, or employment training to become productive citizens in a global society. In a structured yet caring environment, students receive personal attention, a custom-designed academic plan, college application assistance, help applying for financial aid, and much more.
2520 Madison Rd, 45208
513-363-9200
Fax: 513-363-9220
Principal: Paul Daniels
Secretary: Stacey Bryant
Hours: 8:00 - 2:30
Woodward Career Technical High School (7-12)
A Community Learning Center, offering high-standards academics and career-technical education programs focused on Advanced Manufacturing Technologies, Building Technologies and Health Technology. Mentoring and internship link students to businesses and universities.
7005 Reading Rd, 45237
513-363-9300
Fax: 513-363-9320
Principal: Shauna Murphy
Secretary: Kendra Daugherty
Hours: 9:00 - 3:30
Hospital/Satellite Program Office (K-12)
2825 Alms Place (First Floor), 45206
513-363-2441
Fax: 513-363-2445
Principal: Shay Rendleman-Smith
Secretary: Patricia Marsh
Hours:
Jacobs Center (Office Space)
This former high school building now is used for administrative office space, professional development classes and other uses as needed.
5425 Winton Ridge Lane, 45232
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Fax: N/A
Hours: See Event Schedule
Juvenile Detention Center (9-12)
Cincinnati Public Schools educates young people during their time away from regular classrooms.
2020 Auburn Ave, 45219
513-946-2680
Fax: 513-946-2681
Principal: Shay Rendleman-Smith
Secretary: Patricia Marsh
Hours:
Spencer Center A2S/A2E Program (4-12)
2825 Alms Place, 45206
513-363-2406
Fax: 513-363-2419
Principal: Dr. Johnathon Futch
Secretary: Lisa Warren
Hours: 7:30 - 2:00
STEP/Work Resource Center (WRC) (9-12)
2825 Alms Place (First Floor), 45206
513-363-2441
Fax: 513-363-2445
Principal: Shay Rendleman-Smith
Secretary: Patricia Marsh
Hours: 8:00-2:20

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