Erieview Elementary School 32630 Electric Blvd, Avon Lake, OH44012 Erieview Elementary School is one of four elementary schools in Avon Lake that feeds into Troy Intermediate School.…More Erieview was a pilot school for ActivBoards and was one of seven schools in the world to receive the Torchlight Award from Promothean, the company that sells ActivBoards. Major renovations to the school began in 2010, and include additional classrooms, an expanded cafeteria and an upgraded playground area. Carl Bosworth is the principal.
Professional Driving School 753 Avon Belden Rd, Avon Lake, OH44012 The Professional Driving School in Avon Lake serves the Lorain and Cuyahoga counties of northeast Ohio. It provides…More quality driving instruction while accommodating most busy schedules using state-approved programs for teenagers between the age of 15 years 5 months and 18 years old. Twenty-four hours of classroom time and eight hours behind the wheel instruction is available at competitive rates. For adults, an eight-hour intensive driving course with maneuverability included is offered. Students are picked up at home and all behind-the-wheel instruction is private. The only time there is more than one student in the vehicle is during drop-off and pick-up. Students may enroll and pay online or by calling the number provided.
Redwood Elementary School is one of four public elementary schools in Avon Lake. Situated on a quiet street, the…More school is located on 14 acres of wooded property and boasts a healthy PTA. Redwood has been featured in numerous news venues for its participation in the "Jump Rope for Heart Program," and is one of the first schools in the state to host a K-Kids student service group.
The school is strong in community service and technology. In 2010, the school introduced iPads into some of the classrooms. Jim Flanigan is the long-time principal of the school.
Westview Elementary School is one of four elementary schools in Avon Lake with students from kindergarten through…More fourth grade.
Westview graduates move to Troy Intermediate School and then Learwood Middle School before attending Avon Lake High School. This is one of several schools that had major renovations and expansions in 2010. Westview is also the home of the city's Safety Town, which teaches young children rules of the road and safety.
Paul Holland is the principal of Westview. Each year, students hold a reading contest with the winners earning the right to throw a pie at the principal.
In 2010, Westview was one of several Avon Lake Schools involved in a district-wide expansion program, including expansion of the cafeteria, the addition of two new classroom and updates to the entrance area as well as a new traffic circle.
One of the largest Catholic schools in the area, St. Joseph School expanded in the late 1990s to accommodate the…More demand for an increased number of students.
The school's mission statement says it "models itself on the mission of Jesus Christ, striving to form compassionate young people who excel as Catholic Christians." The school focuses on spirituality, academics and extra-curricular activities to "create disciples who are the hands, voice and heart of Christ."
The school maintains smaller classrooms, with an average class size of 22 students. More than 80 percent of the school's junior high students participate in an accelerated math program and the school's Power of the Pen team regularly wins accolades at the local, regional and state levels of the competition.
In addition to its focus on religion, the school is known for solid academic achievement. St. Joseph School is wireless and each class has an ActivBoard.
Tuition is based on whether students and their families are parishioners and the number of children per family enrolled in the school. Contact the school for tuition information. Patricia Vaccaro is the principal of St. Joseph.