"I graduated from Central about 10 years. Central did a great job preparing me for both undergrad and professional schools. While Central may not have as many course options as some of the large public schools, I didn't miss a beat in college and had a good chunk of college credit through AP classes. There is also something to say about knowing all your classmates rather than never knowing some people you go to school with. I still talk to my central friends on a regular basis even though we are all living in different cities across the country. I would send my kids there in a second, no matter which school district I live in."
"More students could be here if there was a better administration. The current one has been in place for over 30 years."
"After looking over the current reviews I have noticed that the only people that ever speak badly of the school are former students who never paid attention in class and blame others for their failures. Yes CCHS is a private school. There is some money so there will be drugs, social clicks, and politics within the system. However, these senarios present themselves in the public schools in the surrounding area as well. I attended CCHS, coming from a hardworking middle class family, and believe that the money invested by my parents was well spent. The cost of the school is cheap considering if you look at any other private schools in Northeast Ohio plan on spending $10K or more for tuition. This is school were you can get your money's worth and provide a strong educational foundation for your children. I accredit that foundation as a key component to my success."
"I haven't had much of an experience in cchs yet, but i'd listen more to the students, than parents. I know quite a few students that go there. Educationally and athletically, pretty good school. But, like any high school, has drugs. Also, popularity is kinda important, and the school is pretty expensive. So, if you don't think you can aford, but want a safe, educational environment, you, and sometimes your pareents, have to work some. This includes library, cafeteria, and for students, bingo set up, and it's not fun. It's not that it's a bad school. Rev. Kaylor (however you spell it),the principle, is really cool. He's very helpful. So i guess it's up to you"
"I am a current student/athlete of cchs. I love the environment of cchs because the teachers will set time aside of their schedule to make sure your doing well. The athletic department is amazing. Coach klinefelter has taught me alot with football, and my basketball coach, who has recently passed away this year, helped me become a man, and understand that the basketball team is a family. Cchs all around is an amazing school."