These are teachers who care. They are going to do their best to see not only that you succeed as a student, but to help you grow as a person and as a citizen. Teachers genuinely want to get to know kids on an individual basis, and Reserve enables this, as students are in class with teachers, on the
... Read more athletic field with them, and eating at the dinner table with their families in the dining hall. Read less
Posted by a student on 02/05/11
My son just graduated from WRA and I have a daughter who will graduate from WRA in two years. Both my children have been challenged academically and in athletics. Excellent, inspiring, knowledgeable and carrying teachers make WRA even more special. WRA graduates are very well prepared for a successful
... Read more future in any college they choose to attend. WRA also provides interested students with great opportunities to participate in various artistic, theatrical or musical programs. Read less
Posted by a parent on 07/24/10
WRA is a highly competitive, academically strong school that builds character as well as knowledge. It has done wonders for my daughter, demanding much of her, but at the same time, giving her the resources to succeed. The faculty is top notch and are readily available after hours to help. The dress
... Read more code is stringent, classes are held on Saturdays, and the classes are small and intimate. It is a great school for students who want to be challenged and prepared for a rigorous college education. It is expensive, but aid is available and in this case you do get what you pay for. Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/11/07
I am a rising 4-year senior at WRA and I can honestly say that I have recieved the best education I could ever ask for. Reserve is like my second family and I couldn't ask for a more loving community. The sports are great and there is always something to do on campus. I am a boarding student and I
... Read more believe that by boarding I was able to get a feel for dorm life and how life will be when I go to college in a year. -Julia R. '08 Read less
Posted by a student on 04/07/07
This school has been great for me. I learned so much during my time there and really grew as a person becoming more a more confident, assertive, and well rounded person than I was when I first started. This school has amazing opportunities in terms of extracurriculars and the teachers are great and are
... Read more always willing to help you out with whatever problems you have whether they are personal or academic; they have a great support system in place. In addition the school has really great resources. They could have better social options but the parent groups really do as much as they can and are great especially in helping boarding students celebrate holidays and especially during exam weeks. This school was overall a great place and one would be hard pressed to find a school as great as this one. Read less
I have attended WRA since my freshmen year. As most of these reviews have said, the campus is beautiful and 99% of the teachers are great. However, some should not be teaching at any school, let alone one of this reputation. From personal experience, this school is just a business, not an educational
... Read more institution. Spending $18 million on a gymnasium that is beyond extravagant and unnecessary is just for pure advertisement. Read less
Posted by a student on 10/11/06
I am a freshman at WRA and Love it. Yes, it is challenging, but I know it will prepare me for college and beyond. The diversity of students and variety of classes make this a great school.
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Posted by a student on 09/15/06
Very academically challenging, with a large amount of homework and required extra curricular activities. That being said, teachers are highly involved, always willing to help outside of normal hours, and have a strong desire to see students succeed.
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Posted by a parent on 01/11/06
I have been attending Western Reserve Academy for 2 years now and it has been hard. Academically the school is very challenging and very few pupils average better then a 6.5 (which is rediculous). Sports at Reserve are not very good except for the lacrosse team. If you are hoping to play a sport at the
... Read more NCAA level besides lacrosse, WRA is not the school for you. Overall I have not had a good experience at Reserve and would not recommend it to kids that like to have fun. Read less
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Hudson schools — Western Reserve Academy is located at 115 College St, Hudson OH 44236. 115 College St is in the 44236 ZIP code in Hudson, OH Western Reserve Academy is a Private school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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