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  2. North Olmsted City School District - Wikipedia

    The school district administers a number of schools. North Olmsted High School is the city's sole high school, and consists of grades 9 through 12. Enrollment for the 2007–2008 school year was approximately 1,600. North Olmsted Middle School is the city's sole middle school and consists of grades 7 through 8.

  3. North Olmsted, Ohio - Wikipedia,_Ohio

    FIPS code [4] 39-56882. GNIS feature ID. 1056457 [3] Website. www .north-olmsted .com. North Olmsted is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. The population was 32,442 as of the 2020 census. It is a western suburb of Cleveland and part of the Cleveland metropolitan area .

  4. History Center of Olmsted County - Wikipedia

    Local history. Executive director. Wayne Gannaway. Website. The History Center of Olmsted County (HCOC) is a non-profit organization located in Rochester, Minnesota, dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting the history of Olmsted County. Founded in 1926 as the Olmsted County Historical Society.

  5. North Olmsted, OH Weather - Hourly Forecasts and Local ...

    Get the North Olmsted, OH local weather forecast by the hour and the next 10 days. ... Broward public schools and courthouse are closed on Thursday, Miami-Dade public schools are open.

  6. North Olmsted High School - Wikipedia

    North Olmsted High School. /  41.40583°N 81.92500°W  / 41.40583; -81.92500. North Olmsted High School is a public high school that is located in the Cleveland suburb of North Olmsted, Ohio. It is the only high school administered by the North Olmsted City School District .

  7. List of Olmsted works - Wikipedia

    Some of the most famous done while he headed his firm are listed here. Projects continuing past Olmsted's retirement in 1895 were completed by his sons, the Olmsted Brothers. American University Main Campus, Washington, D.C. Berwick Academy, South Berwick, Maine (1894) Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania (1885)

  8. North Olmsted Municipal Bus Line - Wikipedia

    The North Olmsted Municipal Bus Line ( NOMBL) was a public transit agency in Northeast Ohio. The NOMBL was one of the first and one of the oldest municipal transit systems in the United States and was in continuous operation for over 74 years. It served the cities of North Olmsted; Fairview Park; Olmsted Falls; Westlake; Rocky River; Olmsted ...

  9. Ox-Cart Library - Wikipedia

    Ox-Cart Library. Coordinates: 81°55′33″W. Ox Cart Library Collection. The Oxcart Library is a non-circulating library located in the North Olmsted branch of the public library in the city of North Olmsted, Ohio, United States, the first in the Western Reserve. [1]