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Avon Board of Education
(440) 937-4680
35575 Detroit Rd., Avon, OH 44011

Avon Board of Education
Treasurer's Office
(440) 937-4684
35575 Detroit Rd., Avon, OH 44011

Avon Village School
(440) 934-5124
36600 Detroit Rd., Avon, OH 44011

Avon East Elementary
(440) 937-5565
3100 Nagel Rd., Avon, OH 44011

Avon Heritage North School
(440) 937-9660
35575 Detroit Road, Avon, OH 44011

Avon Middle School
(440) 934-3800
3075 Stoney Ridge Rd., Avon, OH 44011

Avon High School
(440) 934-6171
37545 Detroit Rd., Avon, OH 44011

Avon Athletic Director
Avon High School
(440) 934-5111
37545 Detroit Rd., Avon, OH 44011

The community of Avon, Ohio, is opening a

high school (See picture below.)

in the fall of 1998. Avon's rapid growth necessitates this addition to Avon Local Schools. The new school will accommodate about 800 students.

The citizens of Avon voted the 12.9 million dollar construction. McDonald, Bassett, and Cassell designed the building.

The new Avon High School features a community auditorium. Donors contributed $350,00 to furnish the auditorium. Major contributions include a challenge grant from Eric and Jane Nord through the Community Foundation ($50,000); Manco., Inc. ($50,000); A. J. Rose Manufacturing ($35,000); and Michael Bloomberg of Bloomberg News ($10,000). Additionally, many private citizens from the Avon community showed their public support with their own donations.

When this new building opens for Grades 9-12, the former high school will become Avon Middle School.

Avon East Elementary School and Avon Village School

will continue schooling the younger children.

People make the community, not bricks and mortar alone.

Organizations such as the Avon Village PTA, Avon East PTA, Music Boosters, Sports Boosters, and Academic Boosters have donated substantial time and energy for the betterment of Avon Local Schools. Their efforts have contributed computers, televisions, VCRs, playground equipment, uniforms, and musical instruments....and the list goes on......

Avon students have produced excellent results in Ohio proficiency examinations, scoring among the top school districts in the county.

As far as technology is concerned, students at Avon High Library have opportunities to expand their research capabilities through the Internet.

In the area of sports, the Avon High Eagles football team reached the Final Four teams in statewide competition.

Avon, Ohio,

in Lorain County, is located about a half hour west of Cleveland. within easy driving distance of many excellent colleges. A few of them are.......

The new (1998) Avon High School: