Welcome to CSAD
Imagine a school for serious and successful students who plan to leave their mark on the world through design talents; a place where students are encouraged to explore their affinity for design as it relates to changing their environment and enriching their community.
At the Cleveland School of Architecture and Design, you’ll find computer labs, science labs and music rooms as well as a dance studio, garden and multimedia room – all in the spectacular, renovated historic John Hay building, home to a trio of innovative high schools. Additionally, a gym and indoor track at the school provide a wide array of athletic opportunities.
We invite you to arrange a visit to the Cleveland School of Architecture and Design for a tour by calling the school at 216-838-8200.
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School News - CSAD
According to the College Board, 20,000 institutions worldwide offer Advanced Placement courses. Only 818 schools in the in the world – and just 17 in Ohio -- earned the award.
Ninth-graders from the John Hay Campus paired off with buddies from nearby Sunbeam School on Wednesday for a pre-holiday celebration called John Hay Cares.
For nearly two months, Dr. Warren G. Morgan has been travelling the city speaking with various organizations, including parent ambassadors, students, community residents, and leaders of faith-based organizations. Most of the meetings have been held at small, intimate venues. On September 28th, he will hold the first of two town hall meetings that are both expected to attract much larger audiences.
09/07/23 -- Niquita Baker, who has a son with a learning disability, encourages parents to attend the resource fair to learn how to become empowered with ways to help their children have a successful academic career.
CMSD CEO Dr. Morgan wants to hear from you as he begins a listening tour designed to help him better understand the District from the perspective of educators, scholars, families, and the community.
06/27/2023 - Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb announced on Tuesday the appointment of two new members and the reappointment of three members to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District Board of Education. Each of the appointments is effective July 1st and will run through July 2027.