The Campus District is the home of Cleveland State University and the Metro Campus of Cuyahoga Community College in addition to high quality private and public elementary and high schools.
Cleveland State University offers many disciplines and research facilities with 70 academic majors, 27 master’s degree programs, two post-master’s degrees, six doctoral degrees, and two law degrees. Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center, home of the Cleveland State University Vikings basketball team, is a full service, multi-purpose facility capable of seating up to 15,000 people for special events.
Cuyahoga Community College offers over 1,000 courses in associate degree programs through traditional classroom settings as well as distance learning services, and its flagship offering known as Cable College. Cuyahoga Community College’s Unified technology Center, a state-of-the-art training and conference facility, is one of the largest technology training facilities in the country and serves more than 30,000 employees annually from over 700 companies.
Places to Learn
- Campus International School
- Castle Community School
- Cleveland Institute of Electronics
- Cleveland State University
- Cuyahoga Community College
- Jane Adams
- Marion-Sterling Elementary School
- MC2STEM High School
- Stepstone Academy
- The Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland
- William Patrick Day School
The mission of Campus International (K-8th Grade) School is to develop inquiring, knowledgeable, lifelong learners, who have the courage to act responsibly to make the world a better place.The school offers an on-campus public school program with high standards and academic rigor. An International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme candidate( IB ), Campus International emphases student inquiry and a global perspective.
C.A.S.T.L.E High School empowers individuals to meet their life goals. To accomplish this commitment it is necessary for students, staff, and community members to be collectively involved in ensuring that C.A.S.T.L.E. High School is an authentic learning environment. Our decisions, and our actions, are guided by an unceasing search for sustained excellence, to ensure our students develop into responsible and informed citizens.
The mission of Cleveland Institute of Electronics (CIE) is to develop and deliver quality distance education programs at a reasonable cost by offering diploma-programs in the areas of electronics engineering and technology, and computer information technology. CIE is committed to academic excellence and to the educational welfare of each of its students, being a student-centered institution known since 1934 to meet or exceed the needs of its students.
With an enrollment of more than 17,000 students, eight colleges and more than 200 academic programs, Cleveland State is committed to providing a hands-on learning environment where faculty and students connect and ideas mesh with real-world experience.
The Metropolitan (Metro) Campus opened in 1969 as Tri-C’s first campus. Located near downtown Cleveland in the Campus District, the Metro Campus offers state-of-the-art health careers labs, is home to the nationally-renowned Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland, and features industry-standard learning laboratories in programs such as Recording Arts and Technology, Hospitality Management and Electronic/Electrical Engineering.
At Jane Addams, you can also earn college credit while attending high school classes at nearby Cuyahoga Community College. Student organizations like the Accounting Club, Executive Grille, the Marketing Club and Business Professionals of America amplify the educational experience.
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District envisions 21st Century Schools of Choice where students will be challenged with a rigorous curriculum that considers the individual learning styles, program preferences and academic capabilities of each student, while utilizing the highest quality professional educators, administrators and support staff available.
The mission of our school is to provide the highest quality education for students that fosters lifelong learning and prepares students to graduate from college and become productive, involved citizens
Incorporating the belief that education starts when life begins, CEOGC is a strong advocate for the youngest of children and those who have not even been born yet. CEOGC serves 120 infants and expectant mothers through the Early Head Start program. The program provides prenatal examinations, parenting classes, and the highest quality care to infants and toddlers of eligible families.
The William Patrick Day Early Childhood Center is a collaborative early childhood center, operated by the Cuyahoga County Board of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, offering health, nutrition and educational services to children ages birth through five, with and without disabilities, and their families. Center educational programs are collaborative with community partners such as Head Start and the Cleveland Municipal Schools. The CCBMR/DD provides Early Intervention (ages birth to three) and Preschool Special Education (ages three through five) programs at the Center. All services to eligible children and families are free, funded in part by county property tax dollars.
Address: 2421 Community College Ave, Cleveland, OH 44115
Phone: (216) 736-2920