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To Develop Intellectual Entrepreneurs With a Social Conscience
Contribute to society and community; Respect individuality and diversity; Expect quality; Encourage risk-taking, innovation and leadership; Develop lifelong learners
Average Class Size:
117 students (per grade)
161 certificated teachers, 85% with Master's degrees and/or PhDs
Average Teaching Experience:
12.4 years (in Beachwood)
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
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.
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.
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
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