BEACHWOOD CITY SCHOOLS     216.464.2600

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FACTS & FIGURES
Our Mission: To Develop Intellectual Entrepreneurs With a Social Conscience

Core Values: Contribute to society and community; Respect individuality and diversity; Expect quality; Encourage risk-taking, innovation and leadership; Develop lifelong learners

Enrollment: 1,624 students

Average Class Size: 117 students (per grade)

Pupil/Teacher Ratio: 11.1-to-1

Faculty: 161 certificated teachers, 85% with Master's degrees and/or PhDs 

Average Teaching Experience: 12.4 years (in Beachwood)

Counseling Service:
K-12

Library Program: Pre-K-12

Advanced Placement: 25 AP courses; 2014 recognition by College Board
  • 77 Total AP Scholars in 2014
  • 21 National AP Scholars
  • 39 AP Scholars with Distinction
  • 17 AP Scholars with Honor
  • 15 AP Scholars
Athletics: 19 varsity sports; 82% of High School and Middle School students play one or more sports; 88% scholar athletes maintain a B average or better.

Fine Arts: Nationally recognized program includes elementary, Middle School and High School choirs; strings and symphonic band for elementary through High School; Middle and High School orchestras; High School stage, concert and marching bands; comprehensive arts and unified arts curriculum; improvisational comedy; and dramatic and musical productions.

Special Programs:

Comprehensive services for students who are identified as gifted [Grades K-12]
High School Honors Program [Grades 9-12]; 25 Advanced Placement courses; 20 Honors classes at the high school level
Special education programs for students across all disabilities [Grades Pre-K-12]
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program serving students across a number of districts [Grades Pre-K-12]
Class of 2018:
  • Class size: 122
  • Graduation rate: 100%
  • Enrolling in college: 82.4%
  • 74.4% attending four-year colleges
  • 8% attending two-year colleges
  • 17.6% Military, gap year, undecided, etc. 
  • 34% attending "selective colleges and universities"
  • Scholarship money earned: $1,402,560
  • National Merit Scholars Program: 2 Finalists; 2 Commended Students