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Shroder High School is a college-preparatory school that follows the Paideia method of teaching and prepares students to be lifelong learners.

The Paideia program provides a rigorous liberal-arts education that builds critical-thinking skills, thus creating productive citizens who go forth to serve the community-at-large. Using the three pillars of Padeida education philosophy--didatic, intellectual coaching and seminar--as a basis, our students are encouraged to become active participants in their educational experience.

A college-preparatory
school that follows
the Paideia method
of teaching

The Paideia program provides a rigorous liberal-arts education that builds critical-thinking skills, thus creating productive citizens who go forth to serve the community-at-large. Using the three pillars of Paideia education philosophy — didactic, intellectual coaching and seminar — as a basis, our students are encouraged to become active participants in their educational experience.

Events in our Community

Community EventsShroder High School has a community involved in providing opportunities and activites for Shroder students and family. Check back often, there is always something new and exciting going on.

Community Events

HOURS

Monday-Friday
8:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

PHONE

513-363-6900

ADDRESS

5030 Duck Creek Road
Cincinnati, OH 45227

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Principal Larry J. Williams

Larry WilliamsMy Tomorrow*ed will be implemented throughout the building, exposing grades 7 through 12 with a blended format of teaching and learning. The district has afforded Shroder the opportunity to allow each student the use of a tablet or laptop computer throughout the school day. Read More about Mr. Williams