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  2. Brecksville–Broadview Heights High School - Wikipedia–Broadview...

    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. [1] Students come from the communities of Brecksville, Broadview Heights, and a very small segment of North Royalton.

  3. Brecksville, Ohio - Wikipedia,_Ohio

    The Brecksville–Broadview Heights Middle School, for grades 6–8, and Brecksville–Broadview Heights High School (BBHHS), for grades 9–12, are located on a campus that spans the border between Brecksville and Broadview Heights. Approximately 4,000 students attend the district at any one time. Academic rankings

  4. Stautzenberger College - Wikipedia

    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. Stautzenberger College is a private college, for-profit, in Maumee, and Brecksville, Ohio. It is a part of American Higher Education Development Corporation .

  5. Sagamore Hills Township, Summit County, Ohio - Wikipedia

    Schools. Sagamore Hills is part of the Nordonia Hills school system. Rushwood Elementary is located in Sagamore Hills. Services. Emergency services are provided by the Sagamore Hills Police Department and the Macedonia Fire Department.

  6. Talk:Brecksville–Broadview Heights High School - Wikipedia

    Schools portal; This article is related to WikiProject Schools, a collaborative effort to write quality articles about schools around the world. If you would like to participate, you can edit the article attached to this page, or visit the project page. Schools Wikipedia:WikiProject Schools Template:WikiProject Schools school articles: Start

  7. Suburban League - Wikipedia

    The Suburban League is an Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) athletics league made up of 15 high schools from Cuyahoga, Medina, Portage, and Summit counties in Northeast Ohio. It was formed in 1949 and expanded into two divisions in 2015.

  8. Defunct townships of Cuyahoga County, Ohio - Wikipedia

    Defunct townships of Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States is divided into 21 townships. When Cuyahoga County was founded, it was divided into civil townships for purposes of rural government, as were other Ohio counties. By 1990, this county was the most urbanized county in Ohio, [1] and as a result, most of its townships ...