PowerSchool is the computer system used by Cincinnati Public Schools to keep track of student information. It helps parents be an active part of their children's education and keep track of academic progress on a daily basis.
PowerSchool, which started in 2009-10, is used by principals, school office staff, teachers, counselors, Central Office staff, parents and students.
The system is accessed through a website, so it can be viewed from computers at home, work or the local library. There also is a computer in every CPS school building designated specifically for parents to use to check PowerSchool. Parents also may use the computer in the Customer Help Center at CPS' Education Center, the district's headquarters at 2651 Burnet Avenue, 45219 (Corryville).
Information about your child is private and password protected. You cannot see other students' records, and other parents cannot see your children's records.