14 Parent Reviews for Cleveland Central Catholic High School
My child graduated from Cleveland Central Catholic High School this past school year of 2009. I was very satisfied with the help I received when he came from another school. He was much happier after tranferring and there were other opportunities available for him that his previous school did not offer.
... Read more I am so grateful for everyone's support. This is a Great school. I give them a 5 star............... Read less
Posted by a parent on 03/02/10
Cleveland Central Catholic is a great school my daughter just graduated from there and is on her way to college. There has been restructioning with a new dean of students. the new sports complex will be open this spring, it is a good time for the school. I give them 5 star
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Posted by a parent on 01/10/10
Great school where teachers go far beyond a job and see their occupation as a calling. it has been a joy to be around this family of Cleveland Central Catholic.
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Posted by a other on 09/22/09
My son attended CCC his freshmen year, I was not pleased. The student are out of control, the dress code is way off wearing saggy pant and Timberland boots, what happened to dress shoes????? What a waste! There is NO STRUCTURE. My son will be attending Benedictine his sophomore year.
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Posted by a parent on 08/31/09
Central is NOT a poor school. Its Teachers and Faculty care dearly about their students. It is up to the student to ask for the individual help. It is not the Teachers and Faculties job to hold your child's hand the whole way. If that is what you seek.. I'll tell you now that your child is going to have
... Read more a hard time in college cause to the professors you are just a number and they can care less. As a Class of 2008 Graduate of Cleveland Central Catholic I am grateful for the education that Central has giving me not just in school but also in life. Those people have made me into the person I am today and i will always remember them for that. I'll will be sending my children there in the future. Go Ironmen! Read less
Central is a great school to attend. I recently graduated from ccchs and I already miss it so much. I am now attending Marietta college which central got me ready for and they also made sure I could go to college financially because my mom is a single parent. the teachers not only teach for the best
... Read more of the students, they actually care about you as a parent and want you to succeed. they even give out extra help to students with disabilities so they can graduate too. central prepared me for the future and became my second family. if you send your child here I think that they will say the samethings im explaining. when you first get to central you hate it just because its school and you could be doing something else but when you graduate you realize that you actually love it and will miss it forever. Read less
Posted by a former student on 11/07/06
I just recently graduated from CCC in 2006. I've realized that some of my teacher my senior are better than some of my college professors. Being at CCC has taught me life lessons that I normally would have if I had gone to a different catholic high school. Central is only getting better with Mr. Ertle
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Posted by a former student on 10/19/06
My son recently granduated from Cleveland Central Catholic. He is way more prepared for the world than his public school friends. He will be going to College in the fall. This school made it possible.
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Cleveland schools — Cleveland Central Catholic High School is located at 6550 Baxter Ave, Cleveland OH 44105. 6550 Baxter Ave is in the 44105 ZIP code in Cleveland, OH The school district for Cleveland Central Catholic High School is the Diocese Of Cleveland. Cleveland Central Catholic High School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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