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HAWKEN SCHOOL Lower and Middle Schools 5000 Clubside Road Lyndhurst, OH 44124 P: 440-423-2950 P: 440-423-4446 F: 440-423-2959 E: email@example.com W: hawken.edu Karen Doyle, Director of Admission, Lower and Middle Schools Brooke Marcy, Assistant Director of Admission, Early Childhood Upper School P.O. Box 8002 Gates Mills, OH 44040 P: 440-423-2955 P: 440-423-4446 F: 440-423-2994 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: hawken.edu Katherine Mitchell O’Neal, Assistant Head of School for Enrollment Management Since its 1915 founding, the nationally recognized Hawken School has prepared students for the real world through the development of character and intellect. Hawken’s coeducational student body, which has a 100 percent college matriculation rate, is served by three locations, Lyndhurst (preschool through grade 8), Cleveland’s west side (preschool-grade 8), Gates Mills (grades 9-12), and an urban extension center in University Circle. BIRCHWOOD SCHOOL OF HAWKEN 4400 W. 140th St. Cleveland, OH 44135 P: 216-251-2321 F: 216-251-2787 W: birchwoodschool.org Linda Miyares, Director of Admissions Founded in 1984 and serving families on Cleveland’s West Side, Birchwood School merged with Hawken School in October 2016. From its beginnings, Birchwood has, like Hawken, been committed to the development of both character and intellect. The mission of Birchwood School of Hawken is to provide an educational setting where challenging academics build solid work habits, an achievement culture nurtures healthy attitudes, and a caring environment forges social responsibility.
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JOSEPH AND FLORENCE MANDEL JEWISH DAY SCHOOL 26500 Shaker Blvd. Beachwood, OH 44122 P: 216-464-4055 F: 216-464-3229 E: LSimon@MandelJDS.org W: MandelJDS.org FB: facebook.com/MandelJDS Jerry Isaak-Shapiro, Head of School Laura Simon, Director of Admission Leah Spector, Principal / Director of Judaics and Hebrew Divisions Joseph and Florence Mandel Jewish Day School develops ethical leadership, confident critical thinking and a lifelong love of learning. By Integrating superior general academics and Judaic studies, Mandel JDS achieves academic excellence in a nurturing, welcoming environment that engages and teaches to the whole child.
LAUREL SCHOOL Lyman Campus One Lyman Circle Shaker Heights, OH 44122 P: 216-464-1441 (main) P: 216-464-0946 (admissions) F: 216-464-8997 W: LaurelSchool.org Butler Campus 7420 Fairmount Road Russell Township, OH 44072 Abigail Jones, Director of Enrollment Management Laurel School is a nationally recognized independent school for girls (K-12), with a co-ed pre-primary program. Laurel’s Center for Research on Girls puts the world’s best research to work for girls – at Laurel and everywhere. The 140-acre Butler Campus in Russell Township features outdoor education, experiential learning and unparalleled athletic facilities.
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