The Graham School is a public High School with a charter granted by the State of Ohio, open to all Ohio students, entirely tuition free.
Students spend three days per week in a classroom setting, meeting the State of Ohio's course requirements to earn a high school diploma.
By maintaining small class sizes, we give students opportunities for active class participation and personal attention.
Teachers create courses within their subject areas that inspire passion for the curriculum.
Out students develop critical thinking skills through research-based projects and hands-on activities.
The Graham School's grading system is based on personal student achievement, rather than the traditional A-F grading system.
Through our innovative and interactive educational style, students are prepared to be college-ready and work-ready.
All students are encouraged to play an active role in many school decisions through our Town Meeting forums and other voluntary programs such as the Student Board.
The Graham School has had two National Merit Commended Scholars and a National Merit Finalist.
Graduates have been awarded four-year scholarships to Heidelburg University, The Ohio State University, and Warren Wilson College.
Graduating Seniors have been accepted to colleges and universities including: DePaul University, Purdue University, American University, Boston University, Syracuse University, The University of Chicago, George Washington University, and Bernard College at Columbia University.