2018 Education Guide

. February 1, 2018.

The Toledo area Has a variety of school options that allow students from K-12 to develop academically, socially, and emotionally. Choosing the perfect fit can be a difficult task, but we are here to help! Use our guide to decide where your little learners will thrive and grow.

Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School & Academy

3225 Pickle Rd., Oregon

Cardinal Stritch has various new learning programs to better help students prepare for life after high school. One initiative is the blended learning initiative that was launched in collaboration with the University of Notre Dame. This program allows students to learn in a computer-enhanced, small-group environment that helps create customized learning for students.

Additionally, Cardinal Stritch started its STEM initiative which is a program that helps students explore careers in growing fields. Through this program students work on problem solving in real world scenarios. The program also provides the opportunity for students to take medical classes making it the only Toledo area school to offer this opportunity.

iLead School

1615 Timberwolf Dr., Holland

Individual Learning Plans (ILPS) personalize goals and instruction for each child.

We believe that learning should be interest-driven, peer-supported and focused on powerful outcomes.

Toledo Christian Schools

2303 Brookford Dr, Toledo

Toledo Christian Schools has been working with Christian families in the community for more than 40 years to provide a college-preparatory Bible-centered program that educates, disciples, and prepares students to follow Christ and to impact culture. Students receive a first-rate, and diverse educational experience through a Classical Christian Curriculum, which inspires learning by appealing to students developmentally and engaging their minds.

Through gifted teachers, students are inspired to investigate, contemplate, debate and pursue knowledge, resulting in a lifelong love for learning. From preschool through their senior year, students are prepared through a wide variety of social, artistic, and athletic opportunities, ready to be released to make an impact on the world..

Hope Learning Academy

4234 Monroe St. Toledo

Hope Learning Academy is a school that works with children from K-8 who need a non-traditional classroom setting. Hope Learning Academy is very academically rigorous and uses art and technology to help create student-centered learning. Hope offers smaller class sizes than traditional schooling, a modified school year calendar, hands-on learning, and sensory integration.

St. Ursula Academy

4025 Indian Rd., Toledo

St. Ursula Academy works hard to help girls from grades 6-12 become strong, spirited, and smart women. This Catholic college preparatory school offers rigorous academics such as Advanced Placement and Honors courses that help young women prepare for college. Along with academics, St. Ursula prides itself in offering 40 different clubs and athletic teams which helps ensure that there is an activity of interest for every student.

Christ the King

4100 Harvest Ln., Toledo

Christ the King is a K-8 Catholic school that understands that each child has great potential for academic and spiritual fulfillment. The school focuses on helping students find their Catholic identity while participating in daily prayer, weekly Mass, and faith-forming practices. Academic excellence is also a top priority with opportunities to engage in traditional K-8 courses, as well as non-traditional classes such as foreign language which begins as young as Kindergarten.

Ottawa Hills

Local School District
3600 Indian Rd., Ottawa Hills

Ottawa Hills Local Schools is the first and only school district to have earned all A’s on the Local Report Card, and has done so for the past three years. These record-setting schools focus on maximum learning for every student. With a successful group of teachers, administrators, and staff members, every student is given the support to achieve at or beyond their ability level. Ottawa Hills is constantly working to improve in various fields including creating challenging curriculum and developing partnerships with parents.

Horizon Science

630 S. Reynolds,

Horizon Science Academy is a public charter school that prepares students for post-secondary education by focusing greatly on math, science, and technology instruction. This instruction leads students to become inquiers, problem solvers, and leaders that are prepared for the challenges of today. With smaller classroom settings, students receive more one-on-one attention and families experience strong parent-school relationships.

Solomon Lutheran School

305 W. Main St.
Woodville, OH.

Solomon Lutheran School offers an environment for children from preschool (age three) to grade 6 to grow in academics and spiritually. Guided by humility, kindness, gentleness, patience, forgiveness, and compassion, Solomon Lutheran School works to help each individual child discover their unique talents, develop respect for others, and strengthen self-esteem and character.

Additionally, Solomon Lutheran School offers extended care year-round from 7:00am-5:30pm at only $3 an hour.

West Side Montessori School

7115 W. Bancroft St.

For a more individualized education plan, West Side
Montessori is an excellent option. This school works to help each child discover their full potential, and creates lessons that are specific to each child’s learning style and interests. Additionally, children at West Side Montessori are able to work at their own pace, allowing for students to fully understand the subject matter.

Sleek Academy

519 Ordway Ave., Bowling Green

Sleek Academy is a K-12 school that integrates a curriculum based on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM). The academy offers individual flexibility which allows students to explore their creativity as they learn. While many public schools’ curriculum focuses on “teaching-to-the-test” in order to fulfill public school standards, the private school of Sleek Academy teaches a curriculum that allows students to have fun while they learn and reach their highest
potential,both socially and academically.

Meadow Montessori

1670 S. Raisinville Rd.
Monroe, MI. | 734-241-9496

Following the Montessori approach, Meadow Montessori gives students a supportive environment to explore interests and to develop physically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively. Unique to Meadow Montessori is the 110-acre farm that is utilized by the school, various summer programs, and the opportunity for dual enrollment in Monroe County Community College classes. Meadow Montessori is committed to creating compassionate, community-oriented, and academically rigorous students.

Maumee Valley Country Day School

1715 S. Reynolds Rd., Toledo

Maumee Valley Country Day School is an independent, co-educational school for preschool through grade 12 that challenges, supports and prepares students for success academically and in life. MVCDS encourages and inspires respect for others and develops creativity, collaboration, communication critical thinking and character in every student. More than 500 students attend school on the 75-acre campus. There’s a 9:1 student to teacher ratio and 100% of MVCDS graduates attend college.