Case is a PreK-8 school with a curriculum that focuses on literacy and family involvement in children's education. Scholars succeed through independent and guided lessons in the classroom, where our teachers cultivate a safe and respectful learning environment.
Parents are engaged in children's education.
Scholars benefit from two mobile computer labs with laptops and iPads, which are used in daily lessons.
Extracurriculars including basketball and art club are offered.
The PBIS model is used to enhance students' social and emotional learning.
A partnership with Rainey Institute offers free after-school tutoring and enrichment.
We are the first internal partnership with the CMSD IT department.
Six preschool sites – at Case, Hannah Gibbons, Mary M. Bethune, Nathan Hale and Patrick Henry schools and Douglas MacArthur Girls' Leadership Academy – have just received the maximum five stars from Ohio’s Step Up to Quality program.
2/12/2018 - 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