TPS Traditional Schools Provide Top-Rated Curriculum and Extracurriculars

Toledo Public Schools is committed to providing every student with a comprehensive curriculum, inclusive extracurricular programs and heartfelt encouragement. Our traditional elementary and high schools offer a wide variety of classes, including honors, AP and college credit courses. Outside the classroom, you’ll find dozens of unique clubs and groups, lots of athletic programs and career-readiness support. Each neighborhood school serves as a hub of academic and community engagement, so students can learn and grow close to home.

High Schools

 

E. L. BOWSHER HIGH SCHOOL logo
E. L. BOWSHER HIGH SCHOOL

2200 Arlington Ave Toledo, OH 43614
419-671-2000 phone
419-671-2060 fax

For more information, please contact:
Teri Sherwood, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • New building opened in the fall of 2008.
  • Known for its performing and fine arts programs.
  • Athletics include football, volleyball, soccer, tennis, cross country, cheer, basketball, wrestling, baseball, softball and track.
  • Extracurricular activities: foreign language clubs, anime, YMOE, YWOE, student council, CTE clubs and National Honor Society.


ROBERT S. ROGERS HIGH SCHOOL logo
ROBERT S. ROGERS HIGH SCHOOL

222 McTigue Dr. Toledo, OH 43615
419-671-1000 phone
419-671-1060 fax

For more information, please contact:
Trudy Neely, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Programs include AVID, Visual Communication Design, Accounting and Construction Careers Academy.
  • Extracurricular activities include LEAD afterschool enrichment, Teen Outreach Program, BGSU Educational Talent Search and Upward Bound, UT Upward Bound, Student HUB Team, Student Council and Student Voice.
  • Rogers is known for its back-to-back state champion girls basketball team and Final Four contender boys basketball team.


JESUP W. SCOTT HIGH SCHOOL logo
JESUP W. SCOTT HIGH SCHOOL

2400 Collingwood Blvd Toledo, OH 43620
419-671-4000 phone
419-671-4060 fax

For more information, please contact:
Dr. Carnel Smith, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Athletic programs include football, basketball, wrestling, tennis, cross country, track, soccer, baseball, softball and volleyball.
  • Opened in 1913, the school underwent a $45 million renovation in (YEAR).
  • Available programs include career tech.


ROY C. START HIGH SCHOOL logo
ROY C. START HIGH SCHOOL

2010 Tremainsville Rd. Toledo, OH 43613
419-671-3000 phone
419-671-3060 fax

For more information, please contact:
Edward Perozek, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Extracurricular programs include art club, foreign language clubs, book club, student council, CTE clubs, National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and drama club.
  • Programs include special education, core academics, career tech, art and music.
  • The athletics program has more City League wins than any other TPS school.
  • Athletics include football, volleyball, soccer, tennis, cross country, cheer, basketball, wrestling, baseball, softball and track.


MORRISON R. WAITE HIGH SCHOOL logo
MORRISON R. WAITE HIGH SCHOOL

301 Morrison Drive Toledo, OH 43605
419-671-7000 phone
419-671-7060 fax

For more information, please contact:
Todd Deem, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Alumni have worked with NASA, in cancer research, as legal and medical experts, and as leaders in industry, labor unions and the military.
  • More than 40 clubs and organizations are available.
  • Students can participate in 14 varsity sports.
  • College prep and career tech programs are offered.


CALVIN M. WOODWARD HIGH SCHOOL logo
CALVIN M. WOODWARD HIGH SCHOOL

701 E. Central Ave. Toledo, OH 43608
419-671-6000 phone
419-671-7055 fax

For more information, please contact:
Jack Renz, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Programs: AVID, career tech training, college and university prep (including Honors, AP and college credit courses), fine and musical arts and APEX credit recovery program.
  • Extracurriculars include varsity athletics, student government, Polar Vortex student leadership organization, Upward Bound affiliated programs, YWCA , TOPS, Spanish club, art club, musical, African American club, rugby club, electronic gaming club, tech squad, yearbook and school newspaper, student spirit clubs.

Elementary Schools

 

ARLINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

707 Woodsdale Ave. Toledo, OH 43609
419-671-2550 phone
419-671-2595 fax

For more information, please contact:
Melisa Viers, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Programs include Upward Bound, Law & Leadership, Latino Summit, Humanity First, College Plus, OSU Scholars and many others.
  • After-school activities: Girl Scouts, game club, book club, children’s theater, basketball and dodgeball.


BEVERLY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

3548 South Detroit Ave. Toledo, OH 43614
419-671-2600 phone
419-671-2645 fax

For more information, please contact:
Matthew Rowley, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • The school is known for its outstanding facilities and PTO.
  • The students and staff raise funds for The Old Newsboys, Read for Literacy, local animal shelters and other good causes.
  • Teachers work to fulfill the school’s motto, “Developing the leaders of tomorrow.”


BIRMINGHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

2222 Bakewell Street Toledo, OH 43605
419-671-7700 phone
419-671-7745 fax

For more information, please contact:
Cori Boos, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • At Birmingham we educate and support our school community by promoting leadership, pride, and respect in a positive and safe learning environment.
  • Programs and activities include student leadership, tutoring, chess club, ETJFL football and cheerleading.
  • Birmingham students are urged to “be responsible, be respectful and be ready.”


BURROUGHS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

2420 South Avenue Toledo, OH 43609
419-671-2350 phone
419-671-2395 fax

For more information, please contact:
Barbara Fischer, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Students can participate in the extracurricular activities volleyball, basketball, golf, yoga and Legos.
  • The school offers the OSU Scholars program, the Law and Leadership program, Latino summit and PBIS.


BYRNEDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

3635 Glendale Avenue Toledo, OH 43614
419-671-2200 phone
419-671-2261 fax

For more information, please contact:
Thomas Drescher, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • The Byrnedale Bulldogs benefit from the school’s outstanding staff, their commitment to equity and social justice, plus the focus on student learning.
  • After-school opportunities include the YMCA program.
  • Parents are strongly encouraged to participate in school activities.


CROSSGATES PRESCHOOL

3901 Shadylawn Drive Toledo, OH 43614
419-671-2750 phone
419-671-2795 fax

For more information, please contact:
Kimberly Sams, Principal
[email protected]

 



DEVEAUX ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

2620 West Sylvania Avenue Toledo, OH 43613
419-671-3200 phone
419-671-3260 fax

For more information, please contact:
Shaun Mitchell, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • AVID School
  • Extracurricular activities: Football, basketball, golf, Tae Kwon Do, Art Club, PIE, tutoring, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boy and Girl Scouts.
  • Family activities at Deveaux include dancing, carnivals, Reading Night, Science Night and parent-student breakfasts.


EAST BROADWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

E. Broadway Ave, Toledo, OH 43605
419-671-7200 phone
419-671-7260 fax

For more information, please contact:
Craig Otterson, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • This school’s great staff combines with the diverse student population to create a strong learning environment.
  • The Boys and Girls Club inside the building is open to students after school.
  • East Broadway teachers work to maintain an atmosphere of high expectations.


EDGEWATER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

5549 Edgewater Drive Toledo, OH 43611
419-671-6750 phone
419-671-6795 fax

For more information, please contact:
Elizabeth Bethany, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Available programs: Girl Scouts, AVID, Discovery Education and Spelling City.
  • Extracurricular activities include SOS and Title I tutoring, band, orchestra, outdoor education and various clubs (writing, art, cooking and walking).


ELMHURST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

4530 Elmhurst Drive Toledo, OH 43613
419-671-3550 phone
419-671-3595 fax

For more information, please contact:
Yolanda Carmony-Mies
[email protected]

 

  • Students can join after-school activities such as Chess Club, Girls on the Run, 6th through 8th grade basketball, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts.
  • Book fairs, family academic nights and PTA-hosted events are among the school’s community activities.
  • Elmhurst prides itself on being academically rigorous, meeting high behavioral expectations and supporting charitable causes.


GARFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

1103 Ravine Parkway Toledo, OH 43605
419-671-7550 phone
419-671-7595 fax

 

  • Athletic teams include 7th & 8th grade boys and girls basketball, football, girls softball and volleyball, boys and girls track.
  • After-school tutoring is available, as is a chess club and a writing club.


GLENDALE-FEILBACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

2317 Cass Road Toledo, OH 43614
419-671-2650 phone
419-671-2695 fax

For more information, please contact:
Susan Chorba, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Community events include Trunk or Treat, family movie nights, PTO and open houses.
  • Extracurriculars: Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Reading Club, Girls on the Run and Lego League.
  • Through the Gator Gives program, the school helps community organizations, such as food pantries, homeless shelters and The Humane Society. Students and staff are encouraged to give either physical or monetary donations to these organizations.


GLENWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

2860 Glenwood Ave. Toledo, OH 43610
419-671-4600 phone
419-671-4645 fax

For more information, please contact:
Michael Carr, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Available programs include AVID, 21st Century, OSU Young Scholars and Girls Scouts.
  • Community events: Brotherhood Banquet, student-parent recognition programs, college fairs and Parent Power Hour.
  • The Glenwood school staff works with parents to encourage participation in volunteer opportunities. Parents are expected to actively engage with their student’s learning.


HARVARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

1949 Glendale Avenue Toledo, OH 43614
419-671-2700 phone
419-671-2745 fax

For more information, please contact:
John Jordan, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • This school partners with the Toledo Museum of Art for an after-school arts program.
  • The Harvard PTO sponsors 5th and 6th grade basketball teams and a soccer league for all grades.
  • Officials are working to have the school building added to the National Registry of Historic Places by the time it turns 100 years old in 2027.


KEYSER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

3900 Hill Avenue Toledo, OH 43607
419-671-1450 phone
419-671-1495 fax

For more information, please contact:
Christina Fletcher, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Programs and activities include Boy Scouts and The Black History Club.
  • Family events: Math Night, Reading Night, holiday programs and a quarterly awards celebration.
  • Keyser has a culturally diverse staff and stresses the importance of building positive relationships with all students and their families.


LARCHMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

1515 Slater Street Toledo, OH 43612
419-671-3650 phone
419-671-3695 fax

For more information, please contact:
Kari Sharp, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Family events include science nights, The Mom Prom and The Me and My Guy Dance.
  • The Larchmont Lions are taught to be responsible, respectful and ready.


LEVERETTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

445 E. Manhattan Blvd. Toledo, OH 43608
419-671-6200 phone
419-671-6260 fax

For more information, please contact:
Andre Fox, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • AVID School
  • Offers a student leadership program, as well as basketball and track.
  • The Leverette staff is dedicated to serving students, their families and the community.


LONGFELLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

1955 W. Laskey Rd. Toledo, OH 43613
419-671-3800 phone
419-671-3845 fax

For more information, please contact:
Yolanda Johnson, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • All 7th and 8th graders can participate in Start Middle School sports. They also have a full time Counselor.


MAYFAIR PRESCHOOL

5301 Bennett Avenue Toledo, OH 43612
419-671-8756 phone
419-671-8759 fax

 



MCTIGUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

5555 Nebraska Avenue Toledo, OH 43615
419-671-1200 phone
419-671-1260 fax

For more information, please contact:
Tiffany Turner
[email protected]

 

  • Athletics include junior high volleyball, basketball and track, plus Girls on the Run.
  • Family and community activities: movie nights, STEMM nights, AVID nights, Book Bingo, the school musical and band concerts.
  • McTigue teachers work every day to honor the school motto: “Individually Unique, Together Complete.”


NATURAL SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CENTER

5561 Elmer Drive Toledo, OH 43615
419-671-1800 phone
419-671-1845 fax

For more information, please contact:
Jack Hunter, Principal
[email protected]

 



NAVARRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

800 Kingston Ave. Toledo, OH 43605
419-671-7600 phone
419-671-7645 fax

For more information, please contact:
Katherine Taylor, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Community events include the Fall Festival, musical performances at the East Toledo Senior Center, Christmas and spring concerts, participation in the East Side Arts Festival at Waite High School.
  • Extracurricular activities: bowling, boys football and basketball, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Lego League.


OAKDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

1620 E. Broadway Street Toledo, OH 43605
419-671-7350 phone
419-671-7395 fax

For more information, please contact:
Robert Yenrick, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Oakdale offers Speech and Language Pathology, as well as the top hearing-impaired program in northern Ohio.
  • Extracurricular programs include Pen Pals, Book Club, Bird Club, Walking Club, Safety Guards, SOS tutoring and Reading Coach for K-3 students.
  • School athletics: middle school track, volleyball and basketball. The Family Center offers baseball, tee ball, soccer, basketball and football.


OLD ORCHARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

2402 Cheltenham Road Toledo, OH 43606
419-671-3700 phone
419-671-3745 fax

For more information, please contact:
Valerie Dreier, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • This school is known for its strong community and volunteer support, excellent classroom management and extremely positive culture.
  • The school enjoys significant partnerships with the University of Toledo.
  • Programs include UT Launch Into Literacy, Kindergarten Book Buddies, College Mentors and YMCA Before and After Care.


OTTAWA RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

4747 290th Street Toledo, OH 43611
419-671-6350 phone
419-671-6395 fax

For more information, please contact:
Tamra Griffin, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Family events include Game Night, Math & Science Night, Reading Night and a winter concert, plus the PTO-sponsored Fall Festival, Christmas Bazaar and Spring Carnival.
  • Students can get involved with the Gardening Club, baseball, football, volleyball and Girls on the Run.


PICKETT ACADEMY

1144 Blum Street Toledo, OH 43607
419-671-5600 phone
419-671-5645 fax

For more information, please contact:
Martha Willis, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Community activities include Literacy Night, family holiday dinner, coat giveaways, father-daughter dance, honor roll assemblies and recognition ceremonies.
  • Pickett is dedicated to maintaining an Afro-centric focus for the culture, climate and curriculum of the school.
  • Students can participate in dodgeball, basketball, Lego League, Girl Scouts, YMOE, YWOE and academic tutoring.


RAYMER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

550 Raymer Blvd. Toledo, OH 43605
419-671-7650 phone
419-671-7695 fax

For more information, please contact:
Barbara Ferguson, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Offers after-school tutoring, Early High School Option (EHSO), band, orchestra, YWOE, YMOE and Girls on the Run.
  • Families can participate in Third Grade Reading Guarantee Meetings, the Kindergarten open house, Trick or Trunk and Literacy Nights.
  • Raymer students enjoy intentional programming and special events.


REYNOLDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

5000 Norwich Road Toledo, OH 43615
419-671-1500 phone
419-671-1500 fax

For more information, please contact:
Monica Clark-Eagle, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Reynolds is a Community Hub that also serves the district’s students who are medically fragile.
  • Available programs: Student of the Month, PBIS quarterly rewards, black history trivia event, foster grandparents, JLJ Vision Academic and the Behavioral Choices Program.
  • Extracurricular activities include YWOE, AAA Safety Patrol, Tutor Smart, SOS Tutoring, Toledo Grows, OSU Extension, Get Connected and UTMC HEARTS.


RIVERSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

500 Chicago Street Toledo, OH 43611
419-671-6700 phone
419-671-6745 fax

For more information, please contact:
Nathan Mollenhauer, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Riverside is a Community Hub School that offers health, job and family services, as well as food and clothing pantries and other outreach programs.
  • Athletic programs include girls volleyball, as well as boys and girls basketball and track and field.
  • The school’s dedicated, long-term staff members work very closely with students, their families and other members of the community to provide needed resources.


ROBINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

1075 Horace Ave. Toledo, OH 43606
419-671-4200 phone
419-671-4260 fax

For more information, please contact:
James Jones, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • This pre-K through 8th grade school provides Title I, AVID, HUB and PSC programs.
  • Robinson offers many family activities, including Parent Power Hour, musical performances and arts and crafts.


ROBINSON ACHIEVMENT

1075 Horace Ave. Toledo, OH 43606
419-671-4200 phone
419-671-4260 fax

For more information, please contact:
James Jones, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • The school offers AVID, HUB and PSC programs.


ROSA PARKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

3350 Cherry St. Toledo, OH 43608
419-671-4350 phone
419-671-4395 fax

For more information, please contact:
Angela Hickman-Richburg, Principal
[email protected]

 



SHERMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

817 Sherman Street Toledo, OH 43608
419-671-6550 phone
419-671-6595 fax

For more information, please contact:
Kelli Williams-Payne, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • AVID School, House System to support behaviors where students learn to be on a team.
  • Sherman students can participate in Polar Bear Jr. sports, Girl Scouts and the Boys and Girls Club.
  • After-school options include BGC and Strive tutoring at Woodward High School.


SPRING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

730 Spring St. Toledo, OH 43608
419-671-6600 phone
419-671-6645 fax

For more information, please contact:
Victoria Dipman, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Students have the opportunity to work for school incentives that include a trip to the Mud Hens and Walleye games. Students can also earn T-Shirts and other prizes for good behavior.
  • 7th and 8th grade students can get involved in athletic programs at Woodward High School.
  • Spring Elementary families can participate in Virtual Power Hour.


SUMMIT ANNEX

1609 N. Summit Street Toledo, OH 43604

 



VIRTUAL ACADEMY

3602 Upton Ave, Toledo, OH 43613
419-671-5100 phone

For more information, please contact:
Larry Warniment, High School Principal
[email protected]
John Keys, Elementary School Principal

 



WALBRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

1245 Walbridge Ave. Toledo, OH 43609
419-671-5650 phone
419-671-5695 fax

For more information, please contact:
Jenifer Meyers, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • Enrichment programs, opportunities for gifted students, band, orchestra, ESL, special education and counseling are all available.
  • Athletics include junior high boys and girls basketball and track.
  • After-school and extracurricular activities: Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Girls on the Run, After-School All Stars program.


WHITTIER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

4221 Walker Avenue Toledo, OH 43612
419-671-3600 phone
419-671-3645 fax

For more information, please contact:
Eric Remley, Principal
[email protected]

 

  • All 7th and 8th graders can participate in Start Middle School sports. They also have a full time Counselor. Several Parent Nights that include Bingo, Movies, and OST Prep.

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