Longcoy primarily serves students living on the west side of Kent. About 300 students attend classes there annually.
The school is located on a large area with minimal parking but excess room for playground facilities and field areas.
The Fashion School Store 175 E Erie St, Kent, OH44240 The Fashion School Store is a retail boutique featuring the work of Kent State School of Fashion Design and…More Merchandising students. The store provides an opportunity for students to apply classroom lessons in the real world, featuring one-of-a-kind student pieces and a variety of items featuring the Fashion School logo. Profits from the stores sales go toward funding the school.
Holden School 132 W School St, Kent, OH44240 Holden Elementary School is one of five elementary schools serving the more than 1,600 students enrolled in K-5 grades…More in the Kent City Schools district. Holden is located in Kent's South End neighborhood on West School Street. Like its counterparts, Holden offers a number of special programs to students, including distance learning, visits from children's authors and multicultural art and music programs.
Stanton Middle School is located off Hudson Drive on the sprawling Kent City Schools campus that also is home to…More Theodore Roosevelt High School.
The middle school, opened in 1999, is brick construction with entrances highlighted by large white columns. Two separate entrances allow for student pick-up and drop-off in the mornings and afternoons.
The spacious interior of the facility offers large open areas for hosting parent and community meetings. The middle school houses approximately 800 students annually.
The building features several computer labs, and all classrooms incorporate video, voice and data technology applications.
School of Art Gallery 40 Janik Dr, Kent, OH44243 The School of Art Gallery is located on the Kent State campus in the Art Building. It features rotating exhibits that…More are open to the general public. Descriptions of current exhibitions are available on the website.
The old DePeyster schoolhouse is home to the Kent City Schools Board of Education and the district's administrative…More offices, including offices for the superintendent and treasurer.
The historic building has an old-school feel, with its 1900s era construction and former school room that serves as the board of education meeting room. The building, however, includes modern technology for the district's top administrators.
Kent State University Music and Speech Center 49 Theatre Dr, Kent, OH44243 The Kent State University Music and Speech Center houses the Center for the Study of World Musics, the School of…More Music the School of Theatre and Dance, the Speech and Hearing Clinic, a music library, a performing arts library, the Porthouse Theatre, a recital hall and the Roe Green Center for the School of Theatre and Dance.
Franklin Elementary School is one of five elementary schools serving the approximately 1,600 students enrolled in…More grades K-5 in the Kent City Schools district.
Franklin is located across S.R. 43 from Theodore Roosevelt High School, is adjacent to the John Davey Arboretum and is surrounded by a golf course and the River Bend neighborhood.
Like its counterparts, Franklin offers a number of special programs including distance learning, multicultural art and music programs and visits from children's authors.
Theodore Roosevelt High School 1400 N Mantua St, Kent, OH44240 Theodore Roosevelt High School is home to about 1,400 students in grades 9 through 12. The main entrance, located off…More the rear visitor parking lot, directs visitors and students through the atrium and cafeteria towards the library and main offices. A wall of glass floods the main entrance with natural light throughout the day. The high school is located off North Mantua Street on the Kent City Schools main campus that also is home to numerous athletic facilities and Stanton Middle School. Old growth trees surround the building, which features round exterior walls highlighting the architecture on the south side. Ample parking is available for students, faculty, staff and visitors.