Marion-Sterling is a leadership-based PreK-8 school focused on empowering every scholar to become a leader in their school and their community. As a Proud, Say Yes, school, Marion-Sterling has strong ties with multiple businesses and organizations who give their resources and time to meet our scholars' diverse needs.
Scholars learn the "Leader in Me" model, including the seven habits of leadership, and are encouraged to act as leaders by setting and achieving personal goals.
Partnerships with Cuyahoga Community College, Sisters of Charity Foundation, Cleveland Hunger Alliance and others help ensure that children's holistic needs are met.
After-school and extracurricular activities including basketball, cheerleading, tutoring, mentoring and musical theater enrich scholars' school experience.
Our preschool program earned five stars in the state's Step Up To Quality ranking system.
Scholars have access to the latest technology in the classroom, including computers, laptops and iPads. Teachers use engaging academic computer programs to enhance daily lessons.
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.
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.