The Village School Directory
A quick glance at the schools Slavic Village has to offer. See an error or missing school? Contact Mahogani email@example.com
Looking for more information? Check out a detailed inventory of each school and what they offer below.
6550 Baxter Avenue
Principal: Sr. Allison Marie Gusdanovic
President: Mr. Leo Hyland
Rooted in Gospel values and Catholic traditions, CCCHS educates culturally diverse young men and women of our city and challenges them to deepen their faith and responsibly serve God, church, and community.
Elementary & Middle Schools
3398 E.55th Street
Principal: Sherree Dillons
Grades K-8. Broadway Academy student progress in Math, ELA & Science is well above the state average as evidenced by Broadway’s A Rating in Overall Value-Added in ODE’s most recent report card (2018-19). Broadway additionally received an A Rating in Gap Closing, showing that our students are beating the odds with academic achievement above expectations!
4906 Fleet Avenue
Principal: Antonio Gaines
Grades 1 -8. Cleveland College Preparatory School prepares students for a college preparatory high school that will ensure success and graduation from a four-year college.
3900 East 75th Street
Principal: Kevin L Payton
Grades Pre-K – 8. There are many great things happening at A.B. Hart that make it a safe and quality school to attend:
- Our Neighborhood Investment School designation allows the adult leaders in our building to make choices that are the best for our scholars. And, we spend a lot of time working with parents and concerned citizens who want to make a BIG difference in our school.
- Many community partners work with us including the Third Federal Foundation, University Settlement, and Open Doors Academy.
8328 Broadway Avenue
Principal: Lorenzo Jones
Grades K-8. The faculty and staff of Holy Name Elementary School, in partnership with students, parents, guardians, and the parish community are committed to providing educational opportunities, in a faith-filled environment, that is grounded in Catholic Christian values, principles, and traditions which lead us all to the Kingdom of God.
5935 Ackley Road
Principal: Velma McNeil
Grades Pre-K -8. At Mound PreK-8 school, a STEM school, the community is invested in helping scholars succeed in school and in life. With after-school activities until 5:30 p.m. every day, students have more opportunities to be engaged in constructive activities, and working parents can feel supported. Mound School is dedicated to meeting the needs of every scholar and is the only CMSD school that offers a MetroHealth brick-and-mortar clinic.
6615 Forman Avenue
Principal: Deb Martin
Saint Stanislaus Elementary School, as part of the Saint Stanislaus Parish community, believes in a curriculum infused with Gospel values. To that end, parents, administration, faculty, and staff commit themselves to develop students of Spirit, Knowledge, and Community.
8315 Jefferies Avenue
Principal: Kristel Wilkins
Grades: Pre-K – 8.
At Warner Girls’ Leadership Academy, girls become confident, competent, and compassionate leaders who will make a global impact. Teachers help girls grow in a safe environment and encourage them to achieve academic mastery every day and lead to make a global impact for others. Each girl is assigned a mentor to guide and help her grow socially, emotionally, and academically.