Euclid City Schools educate approximately 5,400 students throughout seven school buildings. Our programming begins at the preschool level and extends to the twelfth-grade. We have one Early Learning Center, four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. 65.6% of our teachers have a Master’s Degree and average 12 years of experience, making us the most highly qualified teaching staff in the city.
Euclid High School is home to just over 2,100 students grades 8-12.
Graduation rate for students in our Career Tech programs was 92% last year
Euclid High School students took 322 College Credit Plus classes on campus this year through a partnership with Lake Erie College. Those courses covered typical general education requirements in English, math, social science, science and art. However, we are looking to expand those offerings to include career pathways in health careers and engineering.
Euclid has a robust fine arts program that includes: marching and concert bands, orchestra, show choir, an acapella choir, award winning spring musical/fall play, digital and black/white photography, and studio art.
By 2020, the construction of the new high/middle school will be complete.
Our Euclid Schools Early Learning Center prepares over 260 preschool students for kindergarten with...
Full-day and half-day options for parents
Free breakfast and/or lunch (depends on full or half day program)
Readiness measures: Early Learning Assessment
Early Learning Center tuition is based on a sliding scale, with many students attending tuition free. Those that do pay, average $25 per week. The ELC is a very affordable option!
ELC teachers are highly qualified: 15 teachers have a Master’s degree.
ELC has extensive support services: two speech pathologists, a school psychologist, an occupational therapist, a school social worker, a physical therapist and a health monitor
ELC offers music therapy in partnership with the Cleveland Music Settlement
Current ELC technology:
Brightlink interactive projectors/whiteboards in each classroom
4 tablets in each classroom (14 ASUS, 50 older NEXUS)
Computer lab with 28 Mac Mini computers
In 2019, we will move into the Early Learning Village where kindergarten and Pre-K will exist in the same building where there will be overlap in professional development, planning, and teacher based teams in order to increase kindergarten readiness and facilitate a more smooth transition to kindergarten. It is the goal to increase Pre-K enrollment to 400 students.