The Strongsville School District has gotten another "excellent" rating on its state report card.
Superintendent Jeff Lampert announced in early August that it appeared Strongsville would get , based on meeting 26 of 26 indicators.
He called the ranking "no small accomplishment."
According to the Ohio Department of Education, the high school, middle schools and all but three elementary schools earned excellent ratings.
Three elementary schools -- Kinsner, Surrarrer and Zellers -- were rated "effective."
The report cards were released this morning.
The district did not earn the highest rating, which is "excellent with distinction."
"Effective" is the third highest, followed by continuous improvement, academic watch and academic emergency.
Districts must meet state indicators in areas such as graduation rate, attendance rate, Ohio Graduation Tests, and third- through eighth-grade achievement.