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Western Reserve Academy, located in historic Hudson (30 minutes from Cleveland), Ohio, is a mid-sized coeducational boarding and day school for Grades 9-12. Our 391 students, drawn from 25 states and 17 countries, have chosen Reserve for its fine academic, art, and athletic programs, and for the school's commitment to a set of fundamental values: excellence, integrity, compassion.

Western Reserve Academy is located in the historic and picturesque town of Hudson, Ohio. WRA's campus, listed on the U.S. Department of Interior's National Register of Historic Places, is within walking distance of Hudson's town center, a welcoming spot where students can shop or meet for lunch.

The school is just 30 minutes from Cleveland, Ohio--a vibrant city that offers students unlimited academic and cultural opportunities. Cleveland Hopkins Airport is just 30 miles away.


School / Office Address: 115 College Street
Hudson
Ohio
USA
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Directions to campus from Cleveland Hopkins Airport:
Take Route 71 south to the Ohio Turnpike (I-80). Go east on the Ohio Turnpike to exit 180 (SR 8). When exiting the turnpike, follow the right ramp heading north toward Cleveland, then turn right at the first traffic light onto Hines Hill Road. Follow Hines Hill Road east until crossing a set of railroad tracks.

Just after the railroad crossing, at the top of a short hill, turn right onto W. Prospect Street. After crossing over Route 91 (Main Street), follow E. Prospect Street directly to campus. Turn right on College Street, park and enter Seymour Hall (right of Chapel).

Directions to campus from the East:
Take I-80 west to Exit 187. Follow signs for I-480 to Cleveland. Take Exit 41, Hudson-Aurora Road and Frost Road; turn left onto Hudson-Aurora Road. Follow this road for about 5 miles. Turn right onto Hudson Street and follow to the stop sign. Continue straight and you will see WRA's Brick Row on your left. Turn left on College Street, park and enter Seymour Hall (right of Chapel).

Directions to campus from the West:
Take I-80 east to Exit 180). When exiting the turnpike, follow the right ramp heading north toward Cleveland, then turn right at the first traffic light onto Hines Hill Road. Follow Hines Hill Road east until crossing a set of railroad tracks. Just after the railroad crossing, at the top of a short hill, turn right onto W. Prospect Street. After crossing over Route 91 (Main Street), follow E. Prospect Street directly to campus. Turn right on College Street, park and enter Seymour Hall (right of Chapel).

Directions to campus from the South:
Take Route 71 north from Columbus. Exit onto I-271 (Cleveland). Take the exit for Route 303 (Peninsula). At the end of the exit ramp, turn right and follow SR 303 through Peninsula into Hudson. At the intersection of SR 303 and 91 (Main Street), turn left and proceed through the next traffic light. Turn onto Chapel Street and pass through the Academy gates. Turn right on College Street, park and enter Seymour Hall (right of Chapel).

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