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Ohio recognizes Valley 'Schools of Promise'

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - A number of area schools have been recognized as "schools of promise."

The Ohio Department of Education released the honorees for the 2013 School of Promise, an award program that recognizes schools that sustain high academic achievements. Almost 150 schools were recognized by the state.

Qualifications to be recognized on the list include a better than average proficiency rate on state testing and continued student report card progress. The schools must also service a number of economically disadvantaged students.

Below are a list of the recognized schools, organized by county, with the school district identified in parenthesis:

MAHONING:

  • Lynn-Kirk Elementary School (Austintown)
  • West Boulevard Elementary School (Boardman)
  • Struthers High School (Struthers City)
  • Youngstown Early College  ( Youngstown City)

TRUMBULL
  • Prospect Elementary School (Girard City)
  • Hubbard High School (Hubbard Exempted Village)
  • Maplewood Elementary School (Maplewood Local)
  • Maplewood Middle School (Maplewood Local) 
  • Southington Elementary School (Southington Local)
  • Mineral Ridge High School (Weathersfield Local)
  • Mineral Ridge Middle School (Weathersfield Local)
  • Seaborn Elementary School (Weathersfield Local)
COLUMBIANA
  • Crestview Elementary School (Crestview Local)
  • East Palestine High School (East Palestine City)
  • United Elementary School (United Local)
  • Wellsville High School (Wellsville Local)
 


 



 


 

 

 

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