Buhrer is home to the first dual language education program in Ohio. All classes are taught in English and Spanish, and Buhrer students become proficient in both. They also graduate with high school credit in Spanish I. While Buhrer is unique in its two-language approach, it uses widely accepted methods that spur student achievement in all subjects, including math and science.
Our vision is for all students to learn in a rigorous 21st century academic community that enriches the development of the whole child, both academically and social-emotionally, achieving high academic performance in both Spanish and English in all core subjects within a positive and collaborative multicultural environment.
Our mission is to provide opportunities for Cleveland children to:
We are a proud Say Yes School! Being a Say Yes School provides our scholars with the support and resources necessary to meet their academic and social-emotional needs. Our scholars have the opportunity to engage in after school programming Monday-Friday from 3:40-5:30pm. We are also very lucky to have welcomed Ms. Mora, our Family Support Specialist, to Buhrer to help support our scholars and their families.
The Say Yes 2019 Review highlights the progress that Say Yes has made in CMSD since it was launched one year ago!
Ten award-winning CMSD teachers are reaping well-deserved congratulations. They also are planning ways to share their methods with peers across the District.
CMSD graduates received a boost this year from new Say Yes to Education scholarships that pay up to the full value of tuition. The scholarships may be used at all public colleges and universities and Pell-eligible training programs in Ohio and more than 100 private colleges and universities across the country.
The Ohio Department of Education has requested that we share this Notice of Proposed Class Action Settlement with you in an effort to improve the overall quality of special education and related services given to students with disabilities across the State.
The Cleveland Board of Education has approved a plan for the future of District academic programs and facilities. The board voted 9-0 Tuesday to adopt the plan after the District spent months holding community meetings and collecting feedback.