Magnet Schools Allow Students to Chart Their Own Path

The district's magnet schools provide a specialized curriculum geared toward helping your child hone their skills for a specific career path. Students can participate in a research-based, hands-on course of study that introduces them to community resources to help them develop their technical knowledge. The various extracurricular programs are designed to enhance what your child learns in the classroom.

Magnet High Schools

 

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AEROSPACE & NATURAL SCIENCE ACADEMY OF TOLEDO

11600 West Airport Service Road
Swanton, OH 43558
419-671-1700 phone
419-671-1745 fax

For more information, please contact:
Jack Hunter, Principal
[email protected]
419-671-1700

Click here to apply.

  • The school’s college and career-ready curriculum include programs in aviation maintenance, animal science, urban agriculture, wildlife and fisheries.
  • Key partners are Delta Airlines, Interjet West, The Ohio Department of Natural Resources and Toledo Metroparks.
  • Students can earn college credit while preparing to enter the workforce immediately after high school.
  • Extracurricular activities: drone club, E-sports, flying club, debate club and art club.


JONES LEADERSHIP ACADEMY OF BUSINESS
JONES LEADERSHIP ACADEMY OF BUSINESS

430 Nebraska Ave. Toledo, OH 43604
419-671-5400 phone
419-671-5460 fax

For more information, please contact:
Ward Barnett, Principal
[email protected]
419-671-5400

Click here to apply.

  • This 7th through 12th grade school provides a college and career readiness curriculum, with a focus on a business and administrative pathway.
  • Students learn about the foundations of business, international business, digital marketing and entrepreneurship.
  • Extracurricular activities include DECA, chess, Young Executive Scholars, drama club, volleyball, cross country, basketball, track and field and cheerleading.
  • The Bloomberg Financial Lab at Jones is only the second high school in the country to offer students a real-world experience connected to Wall Street.


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TOLEDO EARLY COLLEGE

2801 West Bancroft St.
MS810 Toledo, OH 43606
419-671-4800 phone
419-671-4845 fax

For more information, please contact:
Karen Berman, Principal
[email protected]
419-671-4800

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  • Students graduate with an average of 55 college credits, which means they can enter their college or university with junior status.
  • TEC is a project-based school that’s academically challenging. The workload is balanced with many fun activities and programs.
  • Students are required to participate in community service, cultural events and/or community programs at all grade levels.
  • The school’s motto: A Culture of Academic Excellence and a Climate of Accomplishment.


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TOLEDO TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY

3301 Upton Avenue Toledo, OH 43613
419-671-3900 phone
419-671-3960 fax

For more information, please contact:
Susan Rowe-Finley, Principal
[email protected]
419-671-3000

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  • In the process of renovations. They are also creating an Alternative Energy Pathway that will include making an Electric Vehicle.
  • TTA is a full career technology school for 7th through 12th graders that’s well respected within Toledo’s industrial community.
  • The rigorous curriculum, lab classes and hands-on learning prepare students for several avenues after graduation, from college or the military to apprenticeships or the workforce.
  • Industry partners include Hale Performance Coatings, Sigma Technologies, DANA, GM, SSOE, Toledo Tool & Die, Surface Combustion and DGL Consulting.
  • The maximum enrollment of 370 students assures smaller class sizes.


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TOLEDO PRE-MEDICAL & HEALTH SCIENCE ACADEMY

3301 Upton Avenue Toledo, OH 43613
419-671-0001 phone

For more information, please contact:
Jack Hunter, Principal
[email protected]
419-671-1700

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  • The Toledo Pre-Med & Health Science Academy is a four-year high school sponsored by Toledo Public Schools and ProMedica that’s open to all students in Northwest Ohio, regardless of your district or where you currently attend.
  • In addition to receiving a comprehensive health science education that includes the latest in treatments and techniques, you’ll learn valuable soft skills to help you work in diverse groups and communicate effectively while providing empathetic bedside manner.
  • As a student at the Toledo Pre-Medical & Health Science Academy, you can also take advantage of internships and mentoring with ProMedica professionals and potentially find work in the healthcare field during the school year.


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WESTFIELD

1505 Jefferson Ave. Toledo, OH 43604
419-671-5200 phone

For more information, please contact:
Kate Snyder, Principal
[email protected]
419-671-5200

 

  • This school provides specialized behavioral instruction for students.
  • All students have individual academic and behavioral support to help them earn their high school diploma and prepare for adult education and future careers.
  • Students can participate in their home school’s extracurricular and athletic programs.
  • Each member of the teaching staff is a licensed intervention specialist focused on behavioral disabilities with at least 10 years of experience.

Elementary Schools

 

CHASE SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, MATH & MEDICINE ACADEMY

600 Bassett Street Toledo, OH 43611
419-671-6650 phone
419-671-6695 fax

For more information, please contact:
Roxanne Allen, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Students can participate in Girls on the Run.
  • Provides an innovative experience with science, technology, engineering, math and medicine. The staff works to cultivate critical thinkers, problem solvers and life-long learners for the 21st century.
  • Prepares students for high school and features a STEMM catalyst lab.
  • Extracurricular activities include E-sports and the same athletic programs available at other 7th and 8th grade TPS schools.
  • After-school tutoring, Science After School and the TRIO/Educational Talent Search are also available.
  • Accredited by the State of Ohio


ESCUELA SMART ACADEMY

617 Western Ave. Toledo, OH 43609
419-671-5550 phone
419-671-5595 fax

For more information, please contact:
Natasha Allen, Principal
[email protected]
419-671-5550

 

  • Provides all the core classes, plus Spanish, art, music and gym.
  • The staff emphasizes bilingualism and the Latinx culture. - Spanish or Latino
  • Extracurricular activities include tutoring, soccer, basketball, chess, baseball/softball, golf, chess, robotics and cooking class.


GROVE PATTERSON ACADEMY

3020 Marvin Ave. Toledo, OH 43606
419-671-3350 phone
419-671-3395 fax

For more information, please contact:
Hernekia Johnson
[email protected]
419-671-3350

 

  • The rigorous, research-based curriculum includes technologically up-to-date classrooms.
  • Instructional looping allows teachers to stay with students for two years of concentrated instruction.
  • The school also requires active family engagement to support student learning.
  • Extracurriculars include drama club, Minecraft club, National Junior Honor Society, bowling, golf, tennis, basketball, Girls on the Run and Tae Kwon Do.


HAWKINS SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, MATH & MEDICINE ACADEMY

5550 West Bancroft Street Toledo, OH 43615
419-671-1550 phone
419-671-1595 fax

For more information, please contact:
Elizabeth Stretavski
[email protected]
419-671-1550

 

  • The curriculum includes project-based learning, positive behavior interventions and social-emotional learning.
  • The campus is linked with the Toledo Botanical Gardens and the Natural Science Center.
  • Environmentally sound initiatives are the focus. This “green school” was constructed of recycled materials and uses alternative systems to consume one-third less energy than traditional schools.
  • Extracurriculars include E-sports, a garden club, book clubs, Boys Scouts, Girl Scouts, girls’ volleyball, girls’ and boys’ basketball and co-ed track and field.


MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. ACADEMY FOR BOYS

1300 Forest Ave. Toledo, OH 43607
419-671-4550 phone
419-671-4595 fax

For more information, please contact:
Willie Ward, Principal
[email protected]
419-671-4550

 

  • The school’s focus is real world, hands-on scientific investigations using technology and live animals.
  • Partners include the Toledo Grows Community Project, Civil Air Patrol, Ohio Energy Project, SAE International, Imagination Station and the Toledo Zoo.
  • Students build connections with positive male role models through a community liaison. The goal: growing men of distinction.
  • Extracurricular activities: basketball, drumline, dodgeball, chess and wrestling.


MARSHALL SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, MATH & MEDICINE ACADEMY

415 Colburn Street Toledo, OH 43609
419-671-5700 phone
419-671-5745 fax

For more information, please contact:
Douglas Bell, Principal
[email protected]
419-671-5700

 

  • Extracurricular programs include athletics, Safety Patrol, Girls on the Run, coding, hydroponic growing, career tech exploration, Young Scholars (OSU), iNaturalist and iReady.
  • Accredited by the State of Ohio


MCKINLEY SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, MATH & MEDICINE ACADEMY

3344 Westland Avenue Toledo, OH 43613
419-671-3750 phone
419-671-3795 fax

For more information, please contact:
Christina Ramsey, Principal
[email protected]
419-671-3750

 

  • Putting the A in STEAM with their partnership with the Toledo Arts Council and Artist in Residence Program.
  • The staff realizes that all students learn differently. The STEMM project-based curriculum allows for those differences and encourages student success.
  • Extracurricular activities include Lego League, Robotics, E-gaming, Girls Who Code, YWOE, drama club.
  • Students have participated in many real-world problem-solving projects within the community, such as designing content for the Toledo Metroparks website.
  • The school earned first and third place in 2019’s GLOBE Mission EARTH’s Satellites Student Conference. In 2021, a McKinley team advanced to the National History Day state competition and received an Honorable Mention award.
  • Accredited by the State of Ohio


OLD WEST END ACADEMY

3131 Cambridge St. Toledo, OH 43610
419-671-4700 phone
419-671-4745 fax

For more information, please contact:
Kathy Gregory, Principal
[email protected]
419-671-4700

 

  • The Direct Instruction Reading program, Spanish programs and small class sizes set OWEA apart.
  • Parents must interview with school officials before their child can attend. Parents must also commit to mandatory volunteer hours.
  • Programs include Foster Grandparents, Elevate, basketball and mystery music.


ELLA P. STEWART ACADEMY FOR GIRLS

707 Avondale Ave. Toledo, OH 43604
419-671-5395 fax

For more information, please contact:
Rhonda Kimmons, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • This is the first all-girls public school in the state of Ohio. It was named in honor of Ella P. Stewart, one of the first female African American pharmacists in the United States.
  • Extracurricular programs include Girl Scouts, Young Women of Excellence, choir and the Stewart Academy Scholars Society

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