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bbhcsd .org /highschool _home .aspx. Brecksville–Broadview Heights High School is a comprehensive public high school located in Broadview Heights, Ohio, United States. The school has approximately 1,350 students in grades 9–12.  Students come from the communities of Brecksville, Broadview Heights, and a very small segment of North Royalton.
History. Brecksville was founded in 1811, four years after several men—including Colonel John Breck—purchased the surrounding area. After the land was surveyed, Seth Payne, one of the surveyors, brought his family and settled in the area in June 1811, and he was soon followed by many other families.
Brecksville Reservation is the largest urban park in the U.S. state of Ohio. Chippewa Creek flows through the 3,026-acre (1,225 ha) reservation, which is home to a section of the Buckeye Trail . The park supports a diverse set of ecosystems, featuring fields, a river plain, gorges, and a variety of forested areas.
Coordinates: 41°34′58″N 83°40′59″W. / 41.582778°N 83.683056°W / 41.582778; -83.683056. Campus. Maumee, OH and Brecksville, OH. Website. sctoday.edu. Stautzenberger College is a private college, for-profit, in Maumee, and Brecksville, Ohio. It is a part of American Higher Education Development Corporation .
South Park. toward Cleveland. Brecksville  is a Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad train station in Brecksville, Ohio. It is located at the end of Station Road in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park . NKP 765 at Brecksville. Initially a stop on the Valley Railway, trains began regular service at Brecksville in 1880. 
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The Brecksville-Northfield High Level Bridge Location in Summit County and the state of Ohio . Coordinates: 41°19′8″N 81°33′23″W / 41.31889°N 81.55639°W / 41.31889; -81.55639 Coordinates : 41°19′8″N 81°33′23″W / 41.31889°N 81.55639°W / 41.31889