Brand New School located in Parma Heights. Great teaching staff. Great Program. I would recommend this High School.
Creative Early Learning Center is a family owned business that makes you feel like family. My daughter has been going there for 4 years (since she …
Clean School, with great staff and teachers.They have alot of new programs that other schools in the area do not have.
The best decision I ever made. My child's behavior has changed. The curriculum is rich. Lots of friends have been made.
Great School for high excelling children. Amazing staff and such a fantastic secretary, Mrs. Bixler. A perfect school to consider for children all ages of preschool to 8th grade.
Forced to give it one star.. deserves knownWorst school ever.. no structured learning. Teachers can't handle children.. building falling apart.. teachers constantly quiting..no core curriculum... uncaring and unwelcoming approach from staff including assistants principal.. failing today's youth.. school is ran by the children.. constantly unattended children... children running in parking lot between vehicles and traffic and no one watching... just a horrible place to send ur children
This school claimed to be an "arts" school, however no gym, no playground, no art, music, or gym teachers/classes. Kids in one room all day until they had 15 min to run around a fenced in parking lot. No materials, yet expected kids to score high on tests, with literally NO materials- and 30 kids to one teacher, with ZERO regard or knowledge for kids with special needs. Not surprised they were caught misspending because they sure weren't spending it on the kids. Unbelievable how long this was let to continue. The most opposite of a "creative arts" school I've ever witnessed! Despicable! I would never enroll my child in such a place or suggest such a place to anyone else with a child!
My sister was so very excited to learn about the I Can Schools of Greater Cleveland. This school stands for Excellence, -0- tolerance with bullying, swearing and fighting. She thought she hit a gold mine when she discovered this school. She even took time out of her day to sit down with me and show me all the highlights that the school offered and wanted me to pull my son from Parma Schools and send him here, for a "higher level of learning" such as you would get in a college prep school. Well, within the last three weeks all my sister has received is a run around regarding transportation. The brochure stated that all children would be eligible for transportation to and from school but now she is being told that she may live to far away. I mean seriously? I think that should have been discussed prior to enrollment so my sister could have had some options, don't you think? Then today my nephew was HIT by another student. Yes, HIT. The school with zero tolerance for fighting issued a a detention to the child that hit my nephew. Yes folks, a Detention. The handbook has firm consequences when it comes to putting hands on students and all this child got was detention. It gets better, my nephew got a detention too! Sad part is my nephew never hit the kid back. But I guess this school teaches children that if someone is having words with you and you don't like what they are saying you have the right to hit the other kid. On a scale from 1-10 with 1 being the lowest score I would give this school a 1. Lies, Lies and more Lies and once again no justice and non-fair treatment. Believe me, if my nephew would have put a finger on another student he would have been suspended. My suggestion to my sister is: If you want fair treatment and you want to make sure your child is not hit, home school them. Shame on you I Can School of Professor Ave. You might want to consider changing the name to I Can't Schools. Just Saying.
This school is horrible and totally against values. They claim to be there for support, and teach God accepts all, but will be quick to kick your student out when they are going through a tough time. The church Cleveland Baptist, which houses this school, is just as horrible.