Since 2006, Gaitway High School has been a place where students learn to succeed. Students come from school districts across Northeast Ohio where they may have struggled in a traditional high school setting. The small class sizes and individualized lesson plans help students thrive. Gaitway is a partnership between Fieldstone Farm and the Educational Service Center of the Western Reserve (ESCWR).
Gaining valuable social and emotional skills, students engage with each other and Gaitway faculty as they follow a highly customized course of study that aligns with the Ohio Learning Standards. Gaitway was the first high school in the country situated at a therapeutic riding center. Students benefit from the connection with horses and vocational opportunities at the farm.
Being a part of the Gaitway family is transformative. One hundred percent of students who have graduated have gone on to college, employment, additional training or joined the military.