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Cleveland Heights, OH USA
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • CH-UH Schools's estimated annual revenue is currently $88.4M per year.(?)
  • CH-UH Schools's estimated revenue per employee is $180,000

Employee Data

  • CH-UH Schools has 491 Employees.(?)
  • CH-UH Schools currently has 1 job openings.

"We are helping to build a foundation to support life-long learners and are here to guide students through this joyful journey of preschool and beyond," Varley said. "We approach our early learners with lessons rooted in the required learning objectives from the Ohio Department of Education and chart a course at the beginning of the year so that each of our students enter kindergarten prepared and excited."The preschool offers students and families an abundance of resources with conceptual and hands-on approaches to the instruction and curriculum. A weekly classroom theme is incorporated into every lesson of the full-day program and provides meaningful and comprehensive activities. For example, Monday's theme is art and history. Students explore music and motion on Tuesday. Literacy skills are developed on Wednesday. Science and math discovery encompass Thursday. Students end the week with cooking and an integration of various subjects. "I feel that all of the lessons have been building a foundation for kindergarten," Mangano said. "Some of the other parents and I have joked that the lesson plans are more organized than some of our college courses were."It is this organization and focus on all aspects of early childhood learning that sets the school apart from other preschools, earning it accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the preeminent standard of excellence in preschools. NAEYC is a rigorous measurement of 435 different criteria, including relationships, teaching, leadership and management, and community relationships. Multi-faceted and innovative approaches to learning make the preschool an exciting place for students. In culminating a lesson, teachers take students on field trips to the Cleveland Heights Main Library, Shaker Lakes, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, and the North Chagrin Reservation. Fourth and fifth grade peer buddies visit the classes and read, and artists in residence perform for students, which make lessons come alive. The Early Childhood Center is also one of a handful of preschools in the country partnering with the Children's Television Workshop and Sesame Street to develop a pilot program to teach Mandarin Chinese to preschoolers. But, above all, there is a shared responsibility at Gearity for educating all children that parents find the most advantageous. "Gearity has everything you could want in a school," Mangano said. "It has diversity, dedicated teachers, excellent academics and, most of all, a real sense that you are part of a family working toward the education and growth of our children in a safe and nurturing environment. I could not be happier with the entire program."