Pre-schools

The WWCSD early childhood programs provide children with a high-quality preschool experience. We hold high expectations for success and provide students with a safe, caring and nurturing environment. Research indicates that children provided with a high-quality preschool experience show significant positive development. The dynamic environment, not only within our early childhood programs, but throughout WWCSD, illustrates that when a school and community work together, extraordinary results occur.

Elementary Schools

All eleven of our elementary schools are fully accredited members of the prestigious North Central Association. The elementary school program (grades K-4) offers an experienced, dedicated teaching staff, active parent groups and instructional strategies which provide a rich variety of learning experiences.

Eleven elementary schools provide students with a diverse curriculum, which consists of an up-to-date core curriculum as well as art, music, physical education, foreign language, and character education. In addition, we offer self-contained Talented and Gifted classrooms for Kindergarten through sixth grade. These classes are available at Walker-Winter Elementary and Marshall Upper Elementary.

Upper Elementary Schools

Adams and Marshall Upper Elementary Schools are fully accredited members of the prestigious North Central Association. The upper elementary program services grades 5 and 6 in an elementary setting with age appropriate activities for older children. The rich curriculum consists of up-to-date core curriculum as well as art, music, physical education, world language and media information classes. The music program includes band, strings, and choir. Talented and Gifted classes are offered at the upper elementary level at Marshall Upper Elementary School.

Middle Schools

Both Franklin and Stevenson Middle Schools are fully accredited members of the North Central Association and serve seventh and eighth grade students. In addition to the core curriculum, the middle schools each offer advanced classes in math and English. Middle School students can also earn high school credit in Algebra and World Language. They also offer a variety of fine art, physical education, technology and other elective credits. Students can also participate in a variety of after-school program and athletic programs.

High Schools

John Glenn High School and Wayne Memorial High School are fully accredited by the North Central Association. Together they service approximately 4,500 students. Programs include college preparatory courses, direct college, school-to-work opportunities, exemplary fine arts offerings, and physical education. In addition, both schools provide students with many opportunities to express themselves through Enrichment Programs in the Arts as well as Interscholastic Athletics. Facilities include swimming pools, auditoriums, an alumni arena, a planetarium, athletic stadiums, computer laboratories and instructional media centers.

The William D. Ford Career Technical Center is a 100,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility that provides outstanding educational career and technical training in 22 skill areas including technology, manufacturing, culinary arts, graphic design, digital media, health services, and many more. The skills learned will prepare students for a 21st century global work force. The center has continually been recognized by Local, State and National Leaders for the many outstanding programs that are offered.

The Tinkham Educational Center Alternative High School provides students with varied and differential opportunities in a small, supportive environment. Students will develop proficiencies in the academic, social, and communication skills necessary to become productive and responsible individuals in an increasingly diverse and technological society.

In addition the Tinkham Educational Center Adult and Community Education offers adult and youth enrichment classes and senior citizen programs.