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  2. Hudson City School District (Ohio) - Wikipedia

    Hudson Elementary, a former school building in the Hudson City School District. The Hudson City School District is a school district in Ohio, covering most of Hudson and Boston Heights, and parts of Boston Township and Cuyahoga Falls. [1] The high-school is ranked #460 in the nation, by U.S. News & World Report, as of 2021.

  3. Hudson High School (Ohio) - Wikipedia

    Hudson High School ( HHS) is a public high school in Hudson, Ohio, United States. It is the only high school in the Hudson City School District and is located on a 72-acre (29 ha) campus that has been developed to include a variety of athletic fields, such as six tennis courts, a lighted baseball field, track, and football stadium.

  4. Hudson, Ohio - Wikipedia,_Ohio

    Hudson is a city in northern Summit County, Ohio, United States. The population was 23,110 at the 2020 census. [4] It is a suburban community in the Akron metropolitan area. John Brown made his first public vow to destroy slavery here and the city later became part of the Underground Railroad.

  5. List of school districts in Ohio - Wikipedia

    A. Ada Exempted Village School District, Ada. Adams County/Ohio Valley School District, West Union. Adena Local School District, Frankfort. Akron Digital Academy, Akron. Akron Public School District, Akron. Alexander Local School District, Albany. Allen East Local School District, Lafayette.

  6. Hudson City School District - Wikipedia

    Hudson City School District. There are at least two public school districts in the United States named Hudson City School District. These include: Hudson City School District (New York); Hudson, New York. Hudson City School District (Ohio); Hudson, Ohio. Category: Disambiguation pages.

  7. Western Reserve Academy - Wikipedia

    Western Reserve Academy was established on February 7, 1826, as the Western Reserve College and Preparatory School in Hudson, Ohio, on a 190-acre (77 ha) plot of land set aside by charter by the Ohio legislature. [6] Reserve is the 27th oldest preparatory boarding school in the United States, and the oldest outside of the Northeast.

  8. List of law enforcement agencies in Ohio - Wikipedia

    This is a list of law enforcement agencies in the state of Ohio.. According to the US Bureau of Justice Statistics' 2008 Census of State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies, the state had 831 law enforcement agencies employing 25,992 sworn police officers, about 225 for each 100,000 residents.

  9. Worthington City School District - Wikipedia

    Students. 9,925 (2015–2016) Other information. Website. www .worthington .k12 .oh .us. The Worthington City School District includes the city of Worthington, Village of Riverlea, and neighboring portions of Perry Township, Sharon Township, and the City of Columbus, Ohio. There are approximately 60,000 people residing in the area [1] with ...