The Graham School

Meet The Graham School staff!At The Graham School, teachers and staff prepare students for life long learning and informed citizenship through real-world experiences and rigorous academics.
TGS Staff
TGS Students Students in May classes learned more about community resources, including the COTA. A COTA representative came to The Graham School and had a discussion before boarding the bus to learn more!
TGS students on COTA bus
The Graham School students hard at work in biology class!
TGS biology students
TGS Math ClassStudents in Andy Reardon's math class were collaborating on articles that provided a bridge to math and real word experiences. The issue of economic inequality was the topic/issue and students will finish the study graphing the inequalities seen throughout the decades in America. 
TGS math class
Physiology Class In Genevieve's Anatomy and Physiology class, students are testing the endurance of muscles over a 7 minute period.  
Physiology Class

Upcoming Events


No School - PD Day

Fri Aug 30 2019

No School - Labor Day

Mon Sep 2 2019

Picture Day

Mon Oct 7 2019

End of Quarter 1

Fri Oct 11 2019


School Bus

Bus Information for the 2019-20 School Year

  • All returning TGS families do not need to complete a new online application for the 2019-20 school year.
  • All returning TGS families that have moved or plan to move over the summer will need to complete an online application.
  • All new TGS families will need to complete an online application.

Click here to complete the online application.

Please contact CCS transportation at 614-365-5074 with any questions or concerns regarding CCS transportation routing or issues with the application system.

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Attention TGS Students, Families, and Friends

Dear TGS Students, Families, and Friends,
I am deeply saddened to announce the loss of beloved 2017 TGS graduate, Henry Stout.  Henry passed away this weekend in a tragic accident.  He filled our school with joy and touched the lives of many during his time at The Graham School and we will be forever grateful for his impact.

For those in need of support in dealing with this loss, we are coordinating with Huckleberry House and Netcare Community Crisis Response Team to provide grief counseling.  Students who are looking to be linked directly with counseling services can contact Tiffany Ramos, intake specialist at Huckleberry House, at 614-294-8097.  A Netcare counselor will be posted at The Graham School from 12:00-3:00 on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 11 and 12th.

The Grief Recovery Hotline also has counselors and support services available at 1-800-445-4808 (call) or 839863 (text).

We will send out burial and memorial service information as soon as we have it.  The Stout family has requested that in lieu of flowers donations be made to The Graham School in Henry's honor.  Checks can be made out to The Graham School and mailed to 3950 Indianola Avenue, Columbus, OH 43214 with "In memory of Henry Stout" as the memo line.  
Amy Vickroy, Dean
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Summer Meal Information

All children ages 1 through 18 are eligible to receive free meals during the summer months at participating program sites. Individuals age 19 through 21 who have been identified as having mental or physical disabilities and are following Individualized Education Programs (IEP’s) through their current enrollment in educational programs are also eligible for free summer meals. Below is a sample of locations available for the summer of 2019. For a full list of locations, or a location near to you, call 1-866-3-HUNGRY(486479), or visit

  • Columbus Mennonite - 35 Oakland Park Ave Columbus, OH 43214
  • Maple Grove United Methodist Church - 7 W. Henderson Road Columbus, OH 43214
  • The Hardy Center - 1743 E Lakeview Ave Columbus, OH 43224
  • Ohio Stadium - 411 Woody Hayes Dr. Columbus, OH 43210
  • Rosewind - 1400 Brooks Avenue Columbus, OH 43211
  • Gladden Community House - 183 Hawkes Ave Columbus, OH 43223
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Attendance is Important!

Attendance is Important!

Attending school daily is critical to student success. Ohio’s new House Bill 410 law requires a preventative approach to excessive student absences.  An Attendance Team has been established to work with our students and families to help improve daily attendance. Note* – Missing as few as 2 days per month is considered chronically absent! We want to see your student in school every day!

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