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- Can my child ride a public school bus?
- Can my child ride a Hathaway Brown School bus?
- What does transportation cost?
- Is service provided where I live?
- Who can ride the bus?
- Is transportation available after athletics or after-school programs?
- Do the routes or times change during exams?
- What happens if I am not at the central stop after school when the bus arrives? What about the morning?
- Whom do I call if my child will not ride the bus?
- Can my child bring a bring a friend home with her on the bus?
- If my child has a large project, such as a Science Fair poster, can she bring it on the bus?
- Can my child be dropped off at a different stop from the usual stop?
- How do we sign up for Hathaway Brown School Transportation Service?
- Where can I get more information?
The following school districts currently provide transportation to Hathaway Brown School for students who reside in their local districts. Different restrictions apply to each district. Because of the current economy, many districts are considering changing their services. Please check directly with the transportation department of your local school district to find out for certain what transportation will be offered for the 2016-2017 school year. Click here for a listing of school district telephone contacts.
As of Jan 25, 2016:
|Orange||216.831.8600 ext. 7632||K-12|
Hathaway Brown School will first try to provide transportation to or from school for those students who could not attend school without it. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis for students who are not eligible for public school transportation. If seating is available, we will provide transportation to other families as well. If room permits, we will transport siblings in grades K-8 to University School's Shaker Heights campus.
Public school transportation is free.
Hathaway Brown School does charge for transportation in order to help offset the cost of offering this service.
Our costs for the 2016-2017 school year are listed below.
|Transportation to school is a flat rate for the school year.||$1,650|
|Transportation home after school is $12.50 per ride, not to exceed $1,600 for the entire school year.||$12.50/Ride|
We will adjust our routes each year, if we can, to provide transportation as it is needed. Pick-up and drop-off areas may change and are dependent upon the transportation requests that we receive. Routes may be cancelled if there is not sufficient usage to support them.
We currently provide transportation to the following areas:
Akron/Bath/Richfield/Brecksville/Medina - A bus stops at central pick up points at the McDonald's Restaurant in the parking lot behind the facility on Wheatley Road just west of I-77 and south of I-271 and at St. Mark's Church on E. Pleasant Valley Road at McCreary Rd. west of I-77. In the morning only central stop pick up is available. Students who can not be met at a central stop after school may, depending on the location, be driven home after the bus has stopped at central point locations. Call the transportation office at (216) 320-8081 to see if residential drop off can be arranged.
Aurora/Bainbridge/Chagrin Falls and Eastern Suburbs South of Fairmount Boulevard - A bus picks students up and takes them home. Depending upon where the families reside, we may require them to meet the bus at a central stop.
Bratenahl/Cleveland Heights - Because of the close proximity and low demand, regular route service to Cleveland Heights/Bratenahl may be cancelled for the 2015-2016 school year. If you are interested in transportation from these areas please register. Once all registrations are received (June 30), a determination will be made whether to proceed with the route, utlize other routes to pick up students in these areas, or whether we will be unable to provide service.
Hudson/Twinsburg - This route currently provides door-to-door service. However, due to low registration and usage, this route may become a central-stop route for 2015-2017. Once all registrations are received (June 30), a determination will be made whether to continue door-to-door service or to switch to central-stop pickup and drop-off.
Solon/Orange Village - A bus combines residential stops with central pick-up points. Both Solon and Orange Schools provide bus service to HB. Depending upon where families reside, we may require them to meet the bus at a central stop.
Westlake/Rocky River/Bay Village/Lakewood - A bus stops at central pick-up points at Clemens/Crocker, Detroit/Clague, and Warren Road. Students who cannot meet at a central stop may, depending on the location, be driven home after the bus has stopped at all central point locations. Call the transportation office at 216.320.8081 to see if residential drop off can be arranged.
We transport students in grades K-12 and their siblings in grades K-8 at University School. From time to time, we may transport students from other schools as well.
No. The buses leave at the end of the regularly scheduled school day. Buses depart HB promptly at 3:30 p.m.
No. Because we transport students of all ages together, we cannot change the route during exams. If this causes a hardship, please call Transportation Coordinator Chris Staats at 216.320.8081 or email email@example.com to see if a special arrangement can be made.
What happens if I am not at the central stop after school when the bus arrives? What about the morning?
The driver will continue on the route and return to the central stop when all of the other students have been dropped off. If you are the last stop, the driver will wait for you. If you cannot be reached, other contacts on your transportation registration form will be called and arrangements will be made for them to meet your child. If no one can be reached, the student will be taken back to the school and the driver or someone from the school will wait with the child until she is picked up.
In the morning, the driver will wait for two minutes past the scheduled departure time and then continue to the next stop.
Call the Hathaway Brown School Transportation at (216) 320-8081 and leave a message if your call is not answered.
We will allow guest passengers if there is room on the bus. We must have written permission from the guest's parent(s) and emergency contact information before the guest can ride the bus. Please call the Hathaway Brown School Transportation Office at 216.320.8081 to schedule a guest.
As long as the project can fit on the bus seat, she can bring it with her. For safety reasons, we cannot allow anything to be placed in the bus aisle, doorway, or exits. NO ANIMALS can be transported on school buses.
Yes, but we must have your written permission and we must be able to make the stop without causing any disruption to the service of other passengers.
To register, please click here to complete the form online or click here to download a registration form and mail it to: Hathaway Brown School Transportation, 19600 North Park Blvd., Shaker Heights, OH 44122. All registration materials must be received before June 30, 2016.
Once the registration forms are received, routes, and stops will be determined and a preliminary schedule arranged. Passengers who register after June 30 may be required to meet the van or bus at an already-determined stop.
Contact the Hathaway Brown School Transporation Service by phone at 216.320.8081