With 8 high schools within the city limits, TPS offers the most options for innovative programs and curriculum in grades 9-12. Students may customize their educations within the requirements established for graduation.
430 Nebraska Ave., Toledo, OH 43604
For the 2015-16 academic year, school begins at 8 a.m. and will dismiss at 2:45 p.m.
The Leadership Academy, established in August, 2014, is a single-gender high school that currently serves students in grades 7-10. Your child will now be a part of an engaging academic community of learners. It is the responsibility of our community of staff, parents and students to help all of our students excel both academically and socially.
Our mission is to provide the visionaries of tomorrow with opportunities to learn and gain leadership skills, entrepreneurship abilities and a keen understanding of community service so they can achieve the confidence to create a better world. Through our programs and services each student will realize their dreams and make this a better world.
The Leadership Academy is truly a special place. Here your child will have the opportunity to receive more individualized high school instruction in smaller class sizes and continue her or his education in single gender classrooms. Students gain practical business and leadership skills through our High School of Business curriculum which will result in earned college credits and internships leading to career opportunities.
Take advantage of all we offer:
- High school courses infused in our 7th and 8th grade schedules through Early High School Option (EHSO)
- College and Career Readiness through Advancement through Individual Determination (AVID)
- Peer and professional mentoring through Young Women and Men of Excellence
- 21st Century Community Learning Afterschool Programming facilitated through the YMCA (including teacher led tutoring)
- Teaching social and emotional skills through our Positive School Climate program
- Students have an ability to allow their ideas to shape this new school
- Leadership taught through community service opportunities
- Opportunities to take college coursework during high school (free for your family)
- Pre-SAT testing
- One of the best performing chess teams in the city
- A variety of activities: Intramural sports, Student Council, L.I.N.K.S., Art Courses, Orchestra and Band, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts
To apply, please fill out the forms listed below and send them to Jones Leadership Academy (Records), 430 Nebraska Ave., Toledo, OH. 43604.
2400 Collingwood Blvd., Toledo, OH 43620
For the 2015-16 academic year, school begins at 8 a.m. and will dismiss at 3:37 p.m.
Scott High School is a Schools as Community Hubs site. For more information on Schools as Hubs, please contact Candice Harrison, Hub Director, Lutheran Social Services of Northwestern Ohio (LSSNWO), at email@example.com. For transcript requests, please call 419-671-4000.
2225 Nebraska Ave., Toledo, OH 43607-3523
For the 2015-16 academic year, school begins at 9 a.m. and will dismiss at 4 p.m.
Toledo Early College High School offers a college preparatory program that focuses on college readiness and 21st Century skills. Whether you wish to pursue a liberal arts or STEM degree, TECHS will prepare you for your future. Our curriculum is designed to accelerate students into college courses at the University of Toledo, beginning in freshman year. TECHS also offers a STEM program partnering with ProMedica and the University of Toledo with a primary focus on medicine and the health care professions. Students take two years of English, up to three years of mathematics and science and two years of Social Studies at the high school level. All other courses, including health and physical education, foreign languages and electives are taken at the University of Toledo. Students can earn up to 60 college credits during the four-year high school experience. College-level courses and required textbooks are provided at no cost to students. College courses qualify for dual credits, allowing them to be counted for high school and college credits. Students will earn credits that will be recorded officially on TPS and UT transcripts. Applications of all students who apply to TECHS are considered. However, preference is given to students who meet one of four prerequisites:
- Minority status or
- English as a Second Language Learner or
- First generation to attend college or
- Eligible for free or reduced lunch program
The TECHS curriculum starts with a summer reading program, which requires students to complete a joint English/Social Studies project independently. Students are also required to complete Rocket Stages, a program that includes service hours, cultural events, college open houses, the reading of short novels, etc. It is mandatory for all students to participate in a testing program:
- EXPLORE -- Incoming Freshmen
- PLAN -- Sophomores
- PSAT -- Juniors (first semester)
- ACT or SAT -- Juniors (second semester)
- ACT or SAT -- Senior (first semester for an improved score)
- MAP -- Each semester for each grade level. Seniors are required to take it only during the first semester.
For additional information, please click on the link below:
3301 Upton Ave., Toledo, OH 43613
For the 2015-16 academic year, school begins at 8 a.m. and will dismiss at 3:45 p.m.
Toledo Technology Academy is a college-accredited Tech Prep program that teaches students the high-tech skills they need to be successful in engineering and related technology fields. The core of the Engineering Technology curriculum is the nationally recognized Project Lead the Way pre-engineering curriculum, which prepares students with relevance and rigor.
Teams from the four-year program have won six championships at the SME National Robotic Challenge and two National Skills USA titles. Also, these teams have claimed four championships at Ohio Skills USA. Students achieve competencies in robotics, technical communications (blueprint reading, technical sketching, CAD); electro-mechanical devices (motors, motor controls, programmable controllers); electronics (analog and digital); fluid power (hydraulics and pneumatics); mechanical power transmission devices; programming; CNC machining, welding and fabrication. Instruction has an emphasis on problem solving, teamwork, time management and self-directed learning skills. Membership in Ohio Skills USA and participation in national engineering/design contests supplement the curriculum. Academic classes follow the same project-based concept and integrate across content areas as well as into the technical labs. Students take four years of each four content areas.
After completing the program, students are also ready to begin jobs related to designing, building, installing, repairing, maintaining and sales/marketing of automated machine systems. Upon successful completion of the program, each student receives a Career Portfolio to present to prospective employers and/or college admissions officers showcasing their skills and letters of recommendation.
617 Western Ave., Toledo, OH 43609
An alternative school for students in grades 7th through 12th that specializes in behaviors and mental health support in association with Harbor. It's a referral-based program through the Student Assistance Center. Please call the school for more information.
701 E. Central Ave., Toledo, OH 43608
For the 2015-2016 academic year, school begins at 8 a.m. and will dismiss at 2:45 p.m.