Curriculum

Nordonia Hills Schools currently has the third highest GPA in Summit County while maintaining the fourth lowest tax base.
Nordonia Hills athletes maintain an average 3.6 GPA.

Advanced Placement and College Credit Plus courses

Students need access to more Advanced Placement and College Credit Plus opportunities to remain competitive.

STEM

Students deserve access to programs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), music, art, world languages and more.

Technology

District technology, textbooks and other materials for instruction must be kept up to date.

Award-winning schools

The Nordonia Hills School District has a tradition of excellence and a reputation for preparing our students for their futures.

District Motto: Inspiring Every Student to Value Learning, Community and Excellence

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos recognized LEDGEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL as one of 342 schools named National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2017. The recognition is based on a school’s overall academic performance or progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.

Hall of Fame Award

2018
Rushwood Elementary

Exemplary educational programs that go above and beyond meeting the needs of students in elementary and middle level schools across the state are recognized annually through the OAESA Hall of Fame School Recognition Program.

National Blue Ribbon Award

2017
Ledgeview Elementary

National Blue Ribbon Schools Program recognizes outstanding public and non-public schools. In identifying several hundred outstanding schools annually, the program celebrates school excellence, turn around stories, and closing subgroup achievement gaps. The Award is both a high aspiration and a potent resource of practitioner knowledge.

Hall of Fame Award

2017
Northfield Elementary

Exemplary educational programs that go above and beyond meeting the needs of students in elementary and middle level schools across the state are recognized annually through the OAESA Hall of Fame School Recognition Program.