• Strongsville City Schools

    Rigorous, Diverse, Student Focused Programs

    • Over 5,400 students participate in an exciting classroom atmosphere supported by an accredited, comprehensive curriculum, diverse student activities and clubs, engaging teachers, and committed support staff

    • Award winning instructional, instrumental, and vocal programs

    • A comprehensive high school curriculum, including twenty-four (24) Advanced Placement course offerings and eighteen (18) Honor Courses

    • 92% of students complete a college core curriculum

    • College admission test scores above state and national average

    • Five (5) High School National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalists in the past five (5) years

    • Athletics: State and Regional championships in boys’ and girls’ sports

    The School Community Connection

    • Over 79% of faculty have earned a Master’s Degree

    • Nationally Board Certified and state designated Master Teachers on staff

    • Supportive and involved residents and business community

    • Multi-faceted community engagement programs

    • Online access to student progress and performance reporting


    • Safe and well-maintained facilities and grounds include one (1) preschool, five (5) neighborhood elementary schools (gr. K-5), one (1) middle school (gr. 6-8), and one (1) high school (gr. 9-12) with planetarium.

    • New Strongsville Middle School opened August 2016.

    • Currently renovating Strongsville High School, to be completed December 2016.

    • Completion of preschool renovation as well as critical repairs and upgrades to elementary buildings.

    • Contemporary athletic facilities including synthetic turf fields at middle school and high school.

    • Up-to-date technology providing secure wireless access to school and student devices, interactive whiteboards in classrooms, over 4,200 Chromebooks for student use and continuous professional development on the integration of technology into our learning environment.

    • Increasing efficiencies by eliminating six (6) buildings and repurposing of one (1) building to save resources and maximize educational offerings.  Allen closed in 2010, Zellers closed in 2015 and repurposed as Administrative Offices, and Drake, Albion, Center, OPS, and the Board Office closed in 2016.


    • School district is the largest employer in the City of Strongsville

    • $81 million bond issue passed November 2012 for construction/renovation projects