Campus International School (CIS)
Cleveland State University is proud to offer an innovative new program to the children of its students and employees – the Campus International School, an on-campus alternative school program internationally recognized for high standards and academic rigor.
Part of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, the school will incorporate the International Baccalaureate curriculum that focuses on global perspectives and foreign languages, such as Mandarin.
Julie Beers received her teaching degree from Notre Dame College and Master's Degree and Principal's certificate from John Carroll University.
The Campus International School (CIS) currently has 120 students in kindergarten, first and second grades. In 2011- 2012 we will add a third grade with additional grades added each year until CIS is a K-12 school. Sixty openings are available for Kindergarten students in 2012. Openings may be available in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade depending on how many students return.