Cleveland School

The Cleveland School refers to the flourishing local arts community of Northeast Ohio during the period from 1910 to 1960 It was so named in 1928 by Elrick Davis, a journalist with the Cleveland Press The Cleveland School was renowned for its watercolor painting, and also included well-known printmakers, sculptors, enamelists, and ceramists

Artists of the Cleveland School were involved with the founding of the Cleveland School of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Society of Artists, Kokoon Arts Club, and Cleveland’s annual May Show

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Cleveland School of the Arts is a public high school located in the StClair neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio It is a magnet school and part of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District Opened in 1981, Cleveland School of the Arts is a public high school located in the St Clair neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio; it is a magnet school, part of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District Cleveland School of the Arts consists of two locations: the Lower Campus, located at 2501 East 61st Street, is for students from kindergarten through 5th grade, and the Upper Campus is for students from 6th through 12th grades

CSA offers 8 different majors; Creative Writing, Dance, Vocal, Visual Arts, Orchestra, Band, Photography, and Theater, for which the student must audition

Cleveland School of the Arts, excels in academics they boast that 99% of CSA students graduate and 100% attend institutions of higher learning And, CSA students have the highest attendance rates, OGT and OAT test scores, graduation and college acceptance rates in the district