Located at the corner of Bowman and Quinby Street in Wooster, Ohio Cornerstone Elementary was established in 1994. As one of the largest and most prominent buildings in Wooster it is easy to see that education is a priority within our community. Education of students from grades K-12 has been taking place on this city block since 1869. Rebuilt in 1923 as Wooster High School and then renovated and repurposed in 1994 as a K-6 building and then in 2012 became Wooster's largest PK-4 elementary school.
Wooster, Ohio, home to 26,540 residents and counting, is a lively hub for innovation, business, and entertainment. Serving as the county seat and dairy capital of the State, the community boasts an excellent school system, a vibrant downtown, three colleges, a world-class community-owned hospital, a portfolio of growing businesses serving the global economy, and a network of volunteers and organizations dedicated to helping individuals succeed.
Named one of Ohio's Best Hometowns in 2017, Wooster continues to be one of Ohio's most innovative and exciting communities to live, work, and visit!