Welcome to Cuyahoga Falls City School District

Superintendent's Message

Dear Visitor, We are half way through the academic year and are enduring the winter weather one day at a time. As you know, Cuyahoga Falls City Schools has three overarching and timeless goals: 1) ensure academic growth for every student; 2) ensure fiscal responsibility by maintaining a focus on revenues exceeding expenditures; 3) building a culture of excellence and Black Tiger Pride! The following paragraphs will update you on our progress. With regard to our first goal, Read More

News & Announcements

2nd Semester 2014-15 New Student Registration Form

Cuyahoga Falls City Schools have implimented an on-line registration process for all NEW students.  Currently this link is only for students residing in the area of the Cuyahoga Falls District and ONLY for the current school year of 2014-15


Click HERE for the digital form and process.


This school year, Ohio launches a new generation of computer-based state tests in English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.


Performance-based testing window: 

February 17 – March 13, 2015

End-of-year testing window:

April 13 – May 8, 2015


Help your student prepare by clicking on the links below:

PARCC example items for English/Language Arts (grades 4-9) and Mathematics (grades 3- 9)

Ohio AIR example items  for Science (grades 5, 8, 9 and Social Studies (grades 4, 6) American History and Government

3rd-Grade OAA Reading Proficiency Comparison

In fall 2011, 3rd-grade reading proficiency rates trailed similar districts as defined by ODE by 4 percentage points and outpaced the state by only 4 percentage points. Moreover, the rate of accelerated and advanced trailed similar districts by 7 percentage points and was equivalent to the state average.  Since then, our program has steadily improved. In fact, this fall our proficiency rate surpassed that of similar districts by 2 percentage points and the state by 11 percentage points.

Furthermore, for the first time, the rate of accelerated and advanced are slightly higher than similar districts and 8 percentage points higher than the state average.

In addition, our average scaled score has gone from 3 points higher than the state average in the fall of 2011 to 8 points higher this fall.  Once again, these gains have been steady and not the result of a one-year blip on the radar screen.  So, as we usher in an age of new, more challenging assessments, we can rest assured that our teachers and administrators have worked diligently to prepare our students for a new normal in education.


The District Report Card is Now Available


Calendar Dates for 2014-2015 School Year
Parents: Update your student's information Online!!!!

Attention Parents --

Please be sure you have filled out the online forms

Cuyahoga Falls City Schools is now making available a method to update almost all of your student's information Online!



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