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  • Portal open for choosing high schools

    12/14/2017 -- K-8 school choices can be made starting Monday, Jan. 8. The portal will remain open until March 9. Though enrollment will continue, students enrolled by that date will have the best chance of securing their preferred pick.

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  • 10 more preschool sites get top rating

    6/28/2019 -- Preschools at Artemus Ward, H. Barbara Booker, Clara E. Westropp, Wade Park and Riverside schools all earned the maximum five stars under the state's Step Up to Quality rating system, according to notices received Monday.

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  • Fair draws high school shoppers

    2/2/2017 -- Once a year, the concourse at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center is turned into a shopping mall lined with booths representing CMSD’s growing list of high school options. Eighth-graders roamed the concourse with classmates Wednesday during the day. Students and parents visited for two hours during the evening.

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  • School choice season is under way

    1/23/2017 -- A majority of students who take advantage of open enrollment are eighth-graders faced with the critical decision of which CMSD high school to attend. Current eighth-graders are exploring their options with the help of the District's High School Choice Book and videos on the CMSD website. Students and families can browse school booths when CMSD holds its annual High School Choice Fair from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday Feb. 1 at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center.

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  • 2 high schools graduate first seniors

    5/20/2016 -- Bard High School Early College Cleveland held graduation Monday in Severance Hall’s Reinberger Auditorium, while Facing History New Tech’s commencement is set for June 1 at the Capitol Theater. Each school is part of a growing portfolio of new models, designed to let students and families choose the right fit.

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  • More families enroll early

    3/24/16 -- More families are realizing that with CMSD, they can choose their children’s schools and that they should act quickly for the best chance of securing their first selection. During a two-month early enrollment period that ended March 16, choices were submitted for 3,061 students, an increase of 623 from last year and 1,011 from 2014.

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