1400 North Mantua Street
Kent, OH 44240
Founded in 1868, Theodore Roosevelt High School is a public high school, and is the only high school in the Kent City School District. Also known by our team name, The Rough Riders, students and staff take great pride in our athletic events, and many other students support or particpate in the many fine arts that are offered. It now has an enrollment of about 1,380, and also provides for 200 students that come from other high schools but are apart of our career educational programs offered at the school through the Six-District Educational Compact.
Ranging from around 120 staff members with Roger Sidoti as the principle, our accreditations would include the Ohio Department of Education and the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges.
Education – K-12