At Charles W. Eliot, students prosper in a positive, child-centered environment. Faculty and staff collaborate with students' families to help students achieve academic success and build strong cognitive, social and creative skills.
Charles W. Eliot offers:
Integrated and problem-based learning
Services for students with mild to moderate learning and behavior issues, including five classrooms for students with multiple disabilities or autism, one classroom for emotionally disturbed students and a special education preschool unit.
Lunchtime mentoring opportunities through the My Mentor My Friend program, which helps improve students' attendance, academic attitude, social skills and self esteem
Tutoring from the Achievement Corps
A focus on restorative practices to reduce the out-of-school suspension rate
With a variety of high-quality, innovative high school models in place across the city, CMSD’s team of academic specialists is turning its attention to K-8 schools, and they are doing so with the help of families and community stakeholders.
Cleveland has been become the fourth chapter of Say Yes to Education, a historic development that will bring college scholarships to CMSD students while also providing services designed to keep them on track to graduation.
10/19/2018 -- The mentors work with the eighth-graders for three hours one day a month, talking with them in small groups about choosing the right high school and guiding their exploration of college or career options.