A groundbreaking ceremony was held June 9 for a project to install an artificial turf field at Kirk Campus. The project was made possible through generous donations from the CSG community.
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CSG seniors Kiera Rennick, Max Lang, and Ruthie Saar were all recognized Thursday, May 26 in the AJS Theater for exemplary projects during the Senior May Program Symposium.
Lucy Kirk ’58, who had a 33-year career with the CIA, will serve as commencement speaker Friday, May 27 at CSG's main campus.
Four Form VII students are headed to state competition for Power of the Pen, Ohio's interscholastic, creative writing program for middle school students. CSG celebrated with a school-wide parade!
In the latest installment of a monthly blog series, Director of CSG's Center for Girls' and Young Women's Leadership, Dr. Emily Krichbaum, discusses the Senior May Program.
Maintenance Manager, Joe McLain; Upper School history teacher, Frank O’Grady; and Upper School math teacher, Leah Weintraub will retire at the end of this school year.
Students of color for 2022-22
Upper School students participate in CSG athletics programs
In need based financial aid awarded in 2018-19 to 31% of student body*
*includes tuition remission to CSG employees
Cynthia's Woods: 100 acre nature preserve
Kirk Campus: 66 acre athletic facility
Main Campus: Full city block
Average student faculty ratio
Active members of a national and international alumnae network
15 AP Courses
8 Honors Courses
Student performances on average each year
Sister program was initiated in 1904 to build relationships between younger and older students - the program continues today
CSG faculty hold advanced degrees
Average Upper School class size
CSG students represent all 5 major religions