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James Ford Rhodes High School is the only comprehensive CMSD high school on the west side of Cleveland that prepares 21st Century learners for the ever-changing world.
Rhodes offers a wide range of innovative electives to help you explore your passions and introduce you to possible career paths. You can discover the world of fashion merchandising by taking a fashion, fabrics and fibers class taught by an art teacher and renowned designer, or expand your worldview by taking language classes in French, Spanish or American Sign Language. And that’s just the beginning.
Rhodes also offers services to prepare you for college and careers, including:
As a Rhodes student, you are encouraged to participate in a wide range of sports, clubs and extracurricular activities, including ROTC, Anime Club, track, soccer, golf, bowling, football, girls or boys basketball, baseball, softball and wrestling.
Our goal here at James Ford Rhodes High School is to prepare our students for an evolving global marketplace through rigorous academic instruction. Our student-centered approach allows for intellectual and personal growth in a diverse and challenging environment. Welcome to a new year at James Ford Rhodes.
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.