Cincinnati Public Schools serves more than 33,000 students (preschool-12th grade), preparing students for life with rigorous academics, enrichment opportunities and strong community partnerships. The district is nationally celebrated for its Community Learning Center model, where its schools serve as hubs for community services – providing a system of integrated partnerships that promote academic excellence and offer recreational, educational, social, health, civic and cultural opportunities for students, families and community.
Great Oaks offers career development training for high school students and adults. With four campuses–Scarlet Oaks in Sharonville, Diamond Oaks in Dent, Live Oaks in MIlford, and Laurel Oaks in Wilmington, high school students prepare for careers and college, and adults get training and certification to begin a new career or advance in a current career.
Nurturing environment for students with Asperger’s Syndrome, ADHD, PDD-NOS and related non-verbal learning disabilities. Children ages 6 to 14 in our community school and young people ages 15 to 22 in our transitional school.