Cuyahoga Falls High School has received the "Excellent" rating from Ohio Department of Education for the 2009-2010…More school year. In the ODE report, the high school met 12 out of 12 indicators and met the state required attendance rate at 93.8%.
The high school was acknowledged by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation with a bronze national recognition award for the changes it made to the daily student activities during the 2009-2010 school year.
Founded in 1968, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy's first classes were held at Crawford School in Cuyahoga Falls.…More The school started out with almost 200 students and in 1975 transformed into a junior and senior high school for student enrolled in grades 7 -12.
C.V.C.A. was an extension of Chapel Hill Christian School, and today its campus sits on 70 acres off of Wyoga Lake Road in the Falls.
Christian and non-denominational religious classes are part of the curriculum for students. College prep and advanced placement classes are offered at C.V.C.A.
Falls High School Park 2300 4th St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH44221 Behind the home field of the Tigers at Cuyahoga Falls High School, students and visitors can practice their football…More technique. An open field runs into the fence for Oakwood Cemetery, perfect for playing catch or flag football. Lighted tennis courts are also available behind the high school football field for student and public use. A picnic table is located nearby for rest or a quiet spot to enjoy snacks or a meal. Free parking is available after school hours in the free school parking lot, or visitors may park in the street. Falls High School Park is affiliated with the city Parks and Recreation Department.