The Ohio Department of Education has not yet released school districts' report cards, but Superintendent John Krupinski said it appears Strongsville will get an "Excellent" rating for the 11th year in a row.
"It's looking very good," Krupinski said. "We're still going to be Excellent, the way I see it."
He cautioned that not all data -- attendance, graduation rates and a performance index -- has been released.
But the district has met 26 out of 26 indicators and exceeded the "value added" test, which measures how much each student progresses during the year.
"It has every indication of being Excellent again," Krupinski said.
He credited a "tremendous team effort" between administrators, teachers, support staff and parents.
"It all has come together to allow this to happen," he said.