Central School 27 Public Sq, Brecksville, OH44141 The Central School is located alongside Brecksville's Public Square, placing it in the center of town. The school serves…More grades 4 and 5, and it's the first time that the children from the three elementary schools are in one building. Central School was built in 1914 and is the district's oldest building.
Brecksville-Broadview Heights Middle School 6376 Mill Rd, Broadview Heights, OH44147 Located just a bit down the hill from the high school, the middle school serves students in grades 6, 7 and 8. Students…More can participate in extracurriculars and intramural athletics after school.
Hilton Elementary 6812 Mill Rd, Brecksville, OH44141 Hilton Elementary is one of three K-3 schools in the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District. The three…More schools have similar programs and curriculum, and all have very active parent organizations. The schools also offer full-time, tuition-based Kindergarten programs.
Chippewa Elementary 8611 Wiese Rd, Brecksville, OH44141 Chippewa Elementary is one of three K-3 schools in the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District. The three…More schools have similar programs and curriculum, and all have very active parent organizations. The schools also offer full-time, tuition-based kindergarten programs.
Highland Drive Elementary 9457 Highland Dr, Brecksville, OH44141 Highland Drive Elementary is one of three K-3 schools in the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District. The…More three schools have similar programs and curriculum, and all have very active parent organizations. The schools also offer full-time, tuition-based kindergarten programs.
South Suburban Montessori School 4450 Oakes Rd, Brecksville, OH44141 Set apart from main roads in Brecksville's Blossom Hill Complex, the South Suburban Montessori School offers a…More unique educational experience for students at the preschool, elementary and middle school levels. Students are separated into multi-age groups, rather than specific grade levels, where they learn at their own pace. Teachers at the school oversee classes and guide students according to their interests and skill levels. Parent engagement is encouraged, and families must volunteer during the school year.
Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School 6380 Mill Rd, Broadview Heights, OH44147 Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School is an active school with a large variety of Advanced Placement and honors…More courses. Students also have the opportunity to participate in a myriad of extracurricular activities, such as debate, choir, marching band, National Honor Society and various athletics.
Brecksville School of Music 8945 Brecksville Rd, Brecksville, OH44141 Brecksville School of Music, in business since 1974, is located in the heart of town, right next to Marc's. The store is…More a town hot spot for local musicians. It offers music education for all levels and guitar repairs with a Fender Certified Guitar Tech. If you're looking to learn a new instrument, or are looking to take it to the next level in your musical career, then check out Brecksville School of Music.
This building commonly serves as the meeting place for the district's board of education. It is also the home of the…More administration, including the superintendent and the offices of the treasurer, human resources and curriculum. The small building sits below the district's middle school and high school off of Mill Road.
The district has received high rankings on the yearly state report card from the Ohio Department of Education since the first year they were issued.
Treca Digital Academy 8180 Brecksville Rd, Brecksville, OH44141 Treca Digital Academy is a rapidly growing online charter school with a regional office in Brecksville. Almost 3,000…More students across Ohio attend Treca Digital Academy, up from the approximately 150 who enrolled when the school started in 2001, says regional director Denise Scott. At the regional site, students can get more information about the school and attend an orientation session to learn how to attend classes on a daily basis. There are no exclusions to acceptance -- any student in grades K-12 (up through age 21) may enroll, and the school has full services for students with special learning needs.