Highland Local Schools
Highland Local School District, located in Medina County, Ohio, offers students a progressive, achievement-oriented educational program and serves students from Hinckley, Granger, Sharon, Montville, Copley, Medina and Brunswick townships. The Highland Local School District has been rated Excellent with Distinction by the State Department of Education for this year’s Ohio Local Report Cards. This designation marks the ninth year the District has earned Ohio’s highest rating. We currently boast a population of nearly 3,400 students in grades PK-12.
Raymond School District
The Raymond School District consists of approximately 600 students, grades P-12. There are two schools: Raymond Elementary (P-6) and Raymond Junior/Senior High (7-12). Additionally, we have the Willapa Harbor Alternative High School, we partner with the Columbia Virtual Academy and a parent/school partnership called HomeLink.
Greenwich Township School District
The Greenwich Township School District is a preK-8 school district located in beautiful Gibbstown, NJ. Students in grades prek-4th grade attend Greenwich Township Elementary School aka Broad Street School. Students in grades 5 - 8 attend Nehaunsey Middle School.
Eminence R-1 School District
Eminence R-1 School District is a cooperative partnership of parents, staff, and community working together to create an environment in which all students can learn and succeed.
Our mission is accomplished by:
- Securing for all students a comfortable atmosphere that is safe, friendly, and positive.
- Enabling all students to become self-reliant, life-long learners, and productive members of society
- Challenging all students to reach their fullest academic potential by addressing individual needs.
- Developing an enriched curriculum for all students that builds an academic foundation while expanding learning.
- Celebrating the diversity of all students within the school and community.
School District of the City of York
- Everyone can learn and achieve (at high levels)
- Life’s learning process requires respect of self and others
- Each student must have a quality education
- Great effort is required to meet high standards
- Growth and improvement require change
- Learning within our diverse community prepares our students in our global society
Sanford School District 6 J
The Sanford School District is committed to the strongest academic background possible for every student. We are dedicated to giving each student exposure in areas necessary to survive the 21st Century. As administration, faculty and parents, we TOGETHER will make an impact on their future. Our caring attitude toward each individual student provides for greater success stories. We believe our preschool gives our students the extra jump start needed to help them do well in elementary school. We have currently implemented the AIMSweb and NWEA Assessments to assist our teachers in identifying the specific needs of our students so that intervention may take place to ensure that individual needs are met. Our district is consolidated to include the neighboring towns of Los Sauces and Excelsior. We welcome out of district students who place high emphasis on academic achievement.
Challenge Academy, a subsidiary of Three Cord Youth Services, is an alternative education school for students in grades 6 through 12. Located in York, PAs historic Salem Square, Challenge Academy contracts with school districts in York County to provide academic, therapeutic and transition services.
Challenge Academy is a service-centered program. The key to our success has been strong parental involvement coupled with intensive relationship building between students and staff. We exhaust all options in helping students become successful in the classroom, school, family and community including networking to connect families and students to needed and appropriate services. Our Behavior Coordinators provide door to door transportation, affording twice daily parental contact and assurance that students attend school regularly. Phone conferencing, multidisciplinary meetings and home visits are a constant within the program.
New Hope Academy Charter School
We have created a project based middle and high school of approximately 500 students. At New Hope, we employ: state of the art technology, expect rigorous academic performance, provide real world connections, and incorporate leadership development and character education within entire school learning experience.
The mission of New Hope Academy Charter School is to provide a small learning environment that will encourage a diverse population of student to reach for their full potential, excel in the academic arena, gain leadership and character building skills, and become prepared to successfully engage in the global community.