Roosevelt readers Electronic Engineering bots Science class Ice Cream Social Horace Mann ribbon cutting ceremony New wing dedication Boys' cross country Ranger Marching Band classroom of kids Ranger Cheerleaders Class of 2017 Harding Singers Lakewood Project (by Alex  Belisle) Barnstormers' "Little Women", by Alex Belisle Emerson Kindergartners Harding's "Peter Pan Jr." LHS Cardboard Boat Regatta LHS Dance Show Ranger fans! Jump Rope for Heart Grant Orchestra Hayes Coding Club

Our Mission

In partnership with our families and community, Lakewood City Schools will develop responsible citizens, who are critical and creative thinkers, committed to life-long  learning, invested in a diverse society, and prepared for technological and global opportunities.

News & Announcements

Light Up Lakewood Dec. 2 Features District Ensembles

Light Up Lakewood LogoThe great community tradition of Light Up Lakewood is happening this year on Saturday, Dec. 2. The event, which lures thousands to downtown Lakewood, features music from many of our school ensembles from elementary to high school. Click here for more information and a schedule, including performance times, of this can't-miss event!

Boys' Soccer Team Earns GCSSCA Awards

gblahThe District runner-up boys' soccer team earned a number of Division 1 awards at the Greater Cleveland Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association banquet on Nov. 19, including an All-State award to junior Malin Glbah (at left) and Assistant Coach of the Year for Grant Graves. 

World War II Focus of Next LHS History Club Program Dec. 3

You are cordially invited to the next Lakewood High School History Club program. On Sunday, December 3 at 7 pm at the Lakewood Pubic Library Auditorium, LHS sophomore Adele Daniels and Dr. Chuck Greanoff will present "Lakewood in World War II, The Story of Many."

Football Head Coach Hannan Resigns

HannanThe Board of Education at its November 20 meeting accepted the resignation of head football coach Tom Hannan, effective immediately. Hannan will continue his job as a study hall monitor through the end of the school year and remain as intermural weightlifting coach until a new head coach is hired.


high progress logoRoosevelt Elementary is one of only nine schools in the state to be named a High Progress School of Honor by the Ohio Department of Education for its gains in reading and math proficiency among all students during the 2016-2017 school year. Roosevelt is the only school in Cuyahoga County to have earned this significant award.

K-5 Literacy Info Night Videos Available

abcThe K-5 Literacy Information Night for parents was held on October 26. For those who were unable to attend and would like to learn more about the District's elementary reading and writing program, please watch the videos below for a recap of the evening:
Part 1  Part 2

Music Boosters Joins the #GivingTuesday movement

boosters logoThe Lakewood Music Boosters has joined #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide. The Boosters' goal is to raise funds to support District music programs for grades K-12.

Preschool Spots Available for 3-, 4-year-olds

logoThe Lakewood City Schools preschool program has openings to enroll 3 year olds and 4 year olds in its five star-rated program. For more information, please call 216-529-4214. You can find more information about our program here.

Nov. 30 Ranger Rally to Celebrate New Athletic Facilities
block LThe time has finally come! Join Lakewood City Schools in celebrating the new Lakewood High School gymnasium, weight room, wrestling gym and community fitness facility on Thursday, November 30 at 6 pm when the District invites holds its Purple & Gold Ranger Rally in the new gym. This athletic showcase and open house will include our winter season Ranger teams displaying their skills in a variety of exhibitions and competitions. The public is welcome to tour the athletic wing, including walking the new indoor track, during the festivities. The Boosters will be on hand with concessions as well.
District Hosting Senior Citizen Holiday Breakfast

ornamentPlease join Superintendent Jeff Patterson for a free holiday breakfast for our community's senior citizens. The event will take place in the new Lakewood High School cafeteria on Friday, December 8 beginning at 8:45 am. Come hear student music groups and hear about the doings of the District. Reservations must be made by November 30 by calling 216-529-4074.

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