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School Policies

Supporting a Positive School Culture

Cincinnati Public Schools strives to provide transparency by publishing guidelines and policies accessible to parents, students and the community.

Shroder Parent/Student Handbook

The Shroder Parent/Student Handbook serves as an additional reference tool for our current and potential Shroder Families to keep everyone informed about our high expectations for Academic, Civic and Athletic achievement in a positive educational atmosphere.

View and download: 2023-2024 Parent/Student Handbook

Dress Code Policy

The dress code for our 7-12 high school is designed to create a safe and inclusive environment for all students, regardless of gender identity or expression. Our dress code prioritizes comfort, practicality, and respect for oneself and others.

Students are expected to follow the school dress code at all times.

Respect Others and Accept Responsibility — R.O.A.R!
Shroder Respect Others and Accept Responsibility

Shroder Pledge

This is OUR HOUSE!
I am a Shroder Jaguar and I expect excellence!
This is OUR HOUSE!
I CAN achieve excellence!
This is OUR HOUSE!
There is greatness within me and I will achieve excellence!
This is OUR HOUSE!!


Transportation services are provided for all students through Metro Transit, First Student and Queen City yellow bus services. All policies, procedures and student behavior expectations adhere to CPS Transportation guidelines as set forth by CPS Board Bylaws and Policies.


Neatness, modesty, and propriety are key components to a classical education. The purpose of the dress code at Shroder High School is to encourage the development of these virtues. It is recognized that there are varied opinions as to what constitutes neatness, modesty, and propriety. When we look the part, we tend to do the job better. We recognize aesthetically, that student dress is distracting and can be counterproductive to success. We request the cooperation of both students and parents in maintaining the school's dress code. It is also our desire to clarify any questions about the dress code long before they become an issue. Below are some specific guidelines. 

Student Fees

Student fees may be paid in the main office, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. -3 p.m. or online PayForIt