Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio is served by the Cuyahoga Falls City School District, which provides the area with six elementary schools, two middle schools and a high school. Also a part of the district is the Schnee Learning Center, which offers health and nutrition counseling, classes in how to be compassionate, work on community projects, tutoring with personalized lesson plans and several other programs to help students achieve as much as they can in school. Cuyahoga Falls is also close to two of Ohio's major higher education institutions. University of Akron is five miles from the city, and Kent State University is just nine miles away.

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Situated within 26 scenic square miles, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio is home to about 50,000 people. The lower-than-average crime rate, low unemployment rate and affordable housing options - a typical home costs about $120,000 - make the city a popular choice for people of all demographics. About 57 percent of the city's households consist of families, with the rest of the population being comprised mostly of college students and professionals.

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