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1417 East 36th Street
Cleveland, OH 44114

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(216) 456-2080
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Teacher effectiveness: Very effective
July 14, 2015
I LOVED my teacher my daughter had. In fact, I do not know who loved the teacher more between my daughter and me. My daughter was excited to go back to school because of the fun lesson plans the teacher took extra time to create. I loved the teacher because she was in constant communication with me and kept me up to date on everything I needed to know.

- submitted by a parent
Amount of homework: Just right
July 14, 2015
Homework is given everyday, but it is never too much. My child gets her homework done when she gets home, and she still has time to play and relax after that.

- submitted by a parent
Develops grit: Strongly agree
July 14, 2015
Giving up is never an option. There are many ways to solve a problem, and students are taught that. Students are expected to keep trying until succeed. Whether that is working alone or asking other students to help them collaborate to form a solution.

- submitted by a parent
Develops respect: Strongly agree
July 14, 2015
If respect is not being shown there are consequences. E Prep takes respect very seriously and will not tolerate disrespectful acts in their school.

- submitted by a parent
Develops empathy: Strongly agree
July 14, 2015
Students are encouraged to help each other out and work together. No one is putting each other down. Positive reinforcement is highly encouraged and expected. No one laughs if you get the answer wrong. You work together to learn and solve problems.

- submitted by a parent
Develops honesty: Strongly agree
July 14, 2015
Students are held to a high degree with strict rules. If these rules are not followed there are consequences. This helps ensure that everyone is being honest and treated fairly.

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July 14, 2015
My child could not have been happier at this school!! She looked forward to going to school everyday. That made me SO happy as a parent. I knew she was not only getting a good education, but she was also becoming a well rounded person as well. She took the skills she learned within the classroom and applied them to the real world. The school and teachers keep you up to date and informed on everything.

- submitted by a parent

July 29, 2014
This school is great! There is a no bullying tolerance here, most of Cleveland public.schools dont have this. Also they have four pages of homeowrk to complete every night. This school prepares your child for college very early. Thats an A+ in my book.

- submitted by a parent

May 21, 2012
Entrepreneurship Preparatory School (E-Prep) is exactly what the name claims. E-Prep is the foundation of a successful child. My child actually looks forward to going to school every day. E-Prep is a college preparatory school; the demands are high, the rules are strict and the expectations are GRAND! However that is how the real world is. I want my child to be prepared for the real world, rather than disappointed. College instructors and employers do not make exceptions for anyone. E-Prep also fully prepares you (parents & students) with their expectations before you are even able to attend school. Thus you are not blind-sided and can t say you weren t aware. E-Prep even requires the students to take an entrance exam. There are different schools, careers and futures for everyone. I expect my child to aim for the stars and I feel E-Prep facilitates in her success.

- submitted by a parent

February 10, 2012
E-Prep! Mentioned on Ken Lanci"s radio show for excellence. This is better than any suburban school in the area.

- submitted by a community member

October 26, 2011
My son attends E-Prep. I love this school for him, he is in the 8th grade. The school have very good structure and strict rules that the kids must oblige. And you do not follow the rules then you have to deal with the consequences. This school is not everyone, I have another son but he is in the 3rd grade but he has an IEP and I was thinking about putting him at Eprep, but I know that wouldn't be a good fit to him because it is so structured and kids with IEP's are not used to all that structure. So parent listen up, if your child have an IEP really think about what you will be putting them through. Overall the teachers and deans are very caring as least with my child. They really care about his well-being. AF

- submitted by a parent

April 13, 2011
This school is an excellent choice if you want your child to soar academically. They challenge the children and the children are better for it!

- submitted by a parent

February 27, 2011
E-prep is an excellent school. I was going to send my child to a private school but after I found out how E-prep measured up to other schools it was a no brainer for me. My child receives the same education, disciplice, and character development that he would be receiving at any private school and this school is free!!!

- submitted by a parent

August 30, 2010
If you have a african american male this school is not for him! My son had an IEP as well and they did not review it to say whether there program was fit for my son. My son was hospitalized twice last school and they counted the days against him. I believe this school is nothing more but, a franchise! However, I blame the parents we have to speak out and join forces against the neglect that is occurring in this school with our children. We should not be packing our kids and running for the hills! We need start making Cleveland Entrepreneurship accountable! They forced my son to repeat the 6th grade even though they refused to give him summer school because only successful students attend summer school. Lastly, they have a new head of school that I don't care for because he is very opinionated for someone who started!

- submitted by a parent

March 01, 2010
My experience at E-Prep was a litttle different than most. My son has an IEP. I made sure that when he started there the teachers were aware of this. My sons first day of school was a nightmare. He came home with homework in every subject which required at least four hours to complete. This may be ok for some parents, but for me I felt as though he was in school all day and had to come home and do four hours of homework. I work 8 hours a day, I think if my boss gave me four more hours of work at the end of the day I would probably quit! That was what happened with him. He gave up! I could not blame him, it was overwhelming.... too much work. I pulled him out and he is back on track... :)

- submitted by a parent

August 02, 2009
My son graduated from here. It is hard work for not only the kids but the parents also. There is alot of homework, uniform checking,and healthy eatting going on in this school. There are not alot of field trips-but this school is a education driven school and if its not about education or free they are not doing it. Only two things I didnt like1-gym was ran by a man without phyiscal education degree-he is a dancer.2- They only had 3 people on thier parent committee. Besides that this school is great!

- submitted by a parent

October 05, 2008
This school is wonderful. My daughter has entered sixth grade this fall. At first, we had a bit of culture shock as far as the rules and strict guidelines for homework, but these rules are in place for a reason. The administration, teachers, students are fellow parents are wonderful. It is great to know that my daughter is happy, safe and on her way to being a well-rounded and well-educated student. I can already tell the difference in my daughter's behavior toward adults as well as in her school work and study habits and she has only been in the school since August 25th.

- submitted by a parent

August 24, 2008
I think EPREP is a wonderful school. Modeled after Citizens Academy, the students are in a safe, violence free environment. Students are greeted at the door by all administrative staff in the morning as well as led to the parents cars at the close of the day. Run like most 'tuition payed' schools, EPREP offers a clean, fun, and safe environment that any student coming from a 'public school' can very much apreciate. Rules are followed by those who have success in mind. Barbb Davis

- submitted by a parent

September 14, 2007
Thie schools administration ids horrible thy have low test scores and the teachers are wa to young. The school has outrageous rules and they really dont make sence.

- submitted by a student
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Cleveland Entrepreneurship Preparatory School
1417 East 36th Street, Cleveland, OH  44114
(216) 456-2080
Last modified Cleveland Entrepreneurship Preparatory School is a Charter school that serves grades 6-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Cleveland Entrepreneurship Preparatory School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 21 reviews. Top