With just a few months until his departure, Shaker Schools Superintendent Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. shares what he’s learned as an advocate, educator, leader, and a father.
Middle school is nobody’s favorite time of life. Or is it? Shaker Heights Middle School boasts a talented staff of teachers, counselors, and administrators who have chosen to embrace this unique developmental stage, and wouldn’t have it any other way.
Shaker Schools’ special education programs redefine achievement and success.
Parents, grandparents, alums, and community members provide a big assist to Shaker students and their teachers, when they volunteer their time and talents.
A Shaker Heights Schools education has never been better. You wouldn’t know it from the State Report Card.
The Shaker Schools Foundation plays an indispensable role in the educational experience of every Shaker student – and that’s something to celebrate.
Meet Shaker Heights High School Principal Jonathan Kuehnle. You will be "keenly" aware of how to pronounce his name.
In 1970 the Shaker Schools embarked on a long journey toward greater equity in public education. Reflections on how far we have come and what work must still be done.
We needed a new school system. We did our homework and bought a house in Shaker Heights as fast as we could.
The Shaker schools have become the eighth school district in the country, and the first in Greater Cleveland, to offer the International Baccalaureate Programme to every student. What will this mean for Shaker?