Solon High School

Solon High School, founded in 1898, is a public high school located in Solon, Ohio, a southeastern suburb of Cleveland in the Northeast Ohio Region, the 14th largest Combined Statistical Area in the United States.

It comprises grades 9-12, and is the only high school in the Solon City School District, which also includes two middle schools: Solon Middle School for grades 7-8 and Orchard Middle School for grades 5-6; and four elementary schools: Arthur Road, Lewis, Parkside and Roxbury. Solon High School's student body is approximately 1,800 students while the faculty roster includes approximately two-hundred teachers, administrators, and staff. As of 2005, the school system had an 11.9 student-teacher ratio. Erin Short currently serves as Principal of the high school.

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... In 2011, Solon achieved a rating of 110.7 on the Ohio state performance index and for the 12th consecutive year, the district met all 26 indicators measured ... This rating kept the Solon school district among the top five school districts in the state of Ohio ... In 2011, Solon High school was listed as #113 on Newsweek's annual list of America's Best High Schools ...

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