The Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District is comprised of the entire city of Brecksville, most of Broadview Heights, and a small segment of North Royalton. The district population approximates 25,000.
Approximately 4,000 students are enrolled in the Brecksville-Broadview Heights School District and attend classes in our one high school (9-12), one middle school (6-8), one intermediate school (4-5) and three elementary schools (K-3). High school students may attend the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center, which is located in Brecksville.
Student achievement is evident throughout the school system. The district was 8th in the state in 2016 on state testing and other criteria. Likewise, Cleveland Magazine routinely ranks the district as one of the top suburban districts in the area. For the past 54 consecutive years, Brecksville-Broadview Heights seniors have qualified as National Merit Scholars. The Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District has received the highest possible rating on the state-mandated District Report Card since its debut in 2000.
Students distinguishing themselves in other areas – artistic and athletic – bring home numerous awards from the many competitions entered. The district is a member of the Suburban Athletic Conference. In the 206-17 school year, both the girls Volleyball and Gymnastics teams were state champions. Freshman wrestler Julian Tagg was the first freshman in wrestling history to win a state title.
The school district enjoys tremendous cooperation and support of an active Parent School Organization (PSO), music and athletic booster groups, Business Advisory council and many civic and community organizations.
Brecksville-Broadview Heights is one of approximately 60 school districts statewide releasing a Quality Profile highlighting both the educational expectations of the community and how the district is meeting those expectations.
The Quality Profile initiative is supported by the Alliance for High Quality Education and is intended to be a companion piece to the District Report Cards issued annually by the Ohio Department of Education.
This District Map is intended to provide a general outline of the district and elementary school attendance areas’ boundaries. If you are unsure about a specific street or address, please contact the Transportation Department, 440-740-4055.