Western Reserve Academy is located in Hudson, OH, about 30 miles south of Cleveland. Founded in 1826 by David Hudson, who also founded the city of Hudson, it is a co-ed academy whose focus is on the whole student by including course work in the arts and athletics.
Originally, the academy was an academy and college. At the end of the 1800’s the college broke off and moved to Cleveland where it is now known as Case Western Reserve University. Day tuition is $32,500 and boarding tuition is $47,300. Financial aid and scholarships are available. The arts programs include: dance, music, theatre and the visual arts.
The Academy hosts an expansive athletic program for varsity and junior varsity. It includes football, golf, tennis, basketball, ice hockey, swimming and diving, wrestling and baseball, just to name a few.