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K-8
Public charter
Cleveland, OH
Students enrolled: 465

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1441 West 116th St
Cleveland, OH 44102

(216) 226-6800
(216) 226-6805
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July 15, 2013
The school education wise is a good school but being a former student, the other students aren't that nice at all. They're horrible to one another. The teachers are fair to us and are nice. The school could really be alot better if the building was one. They have the kids walk out of the building for lunch and specials during the winter time.

- submitted by a community member
January 06, 2011
This school needs a lot of work. FIrst, there is a lack of administrative suport for staff and parents. The principal does not seem to be in contact with parents, and there is only one administrator for 450 students...too much to handle. Next, the school is very dirty. There is grim and dirt in cracks and corners of the hallways and classrooms. It is very unsanitary. Next, there are no extra curricular activities for students to participate in. There is no playground and the students play in a parking lot full of cars during recess with limited equipment. Also, the school lacks materials for students to use, such as playground equipment., art supplies, gym equipment, etc. It is sad to watch five kids fight over a single hula-hoop! Most of the staff are genuinely interested in teaching, however the classroom sizes are too large to promote individual growth. Thirty kids to a classroom does not foster learning but rather creates distractions. There seems to be lack of consistant discipline handed down by teachers and administration which is a major concern.

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no rating May 05, 2010
this school is amazing and a great place to learn and the teachers actulley care .. i went their and now my lil bro and sis do and it went great for me and now its going great for them .. i still go up to that school and help out because its an amazing school =]

- submitted by a community member
no rating October 02, 2009
The teacher's are awesome and the parent's seem to get involved alot with the PTO. My daughter has an IEP and they are keeping me up-to-date on her progress all the time.

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August 10, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2007
This school is good. It needs more parent/principal collaboration and definitely more parent/school board communication but the teachers are excellent and the class sizes are wonderful. Our kids love to go to school most days and the quality of homework are comparable to local private & catholic schools. The really need more extracurricular activities !

- submitted by a parent
June 15, 2007
parent academics are great a lot of work. sports for after school are not available but that has to be worked and the school has tried just not enough money. I'm sure it will change. parent involvement is good. there are many parents that help out on many different things, field trips, class room help, & drill team./

- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2007
I think it's a great school. My daughters been going there for 2 years. They've done everyting to help her in learning what she needs to. She is in iep there but they let her mainly be in a regular kindergarten and go to special ed 90 min. A week. She also has plenty of help with language, speech, occupational therapy and other things. I highly recommend this school.

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January 24, 2007
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Hope Academy Northwest Campus
1441 West 116th St, Cleveland, OH  44102
(216) 226-6800
Last modified Hope Academy Northwest Campus is a Charter school that serves grades K-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 2 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Hope Academy Northwest Campus Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 9 reviews. Top