Parents who are interested in learning more about the CH-UH schools may want to tour a school, talk to the principal, and/or have their child shadow a current student. The staff can also connect prospective parents to current parent leaders who can give a valuable parent perspective.
To request a tour or to learn more about a school, contact the elementary principal:
Boulevard Elementary School, 1749 Lee Road
Shelley Pulling, 371-7140
Canterbury Elementary School, 2530 Canterbury Road
Erica Wigton, 371-7470
Fairfax Elementary School, 3150 Fairfax Road
Quatrice James, 371-7480
Gearity Professional Development School, 2323 Wrenford Road
Katrina Hicks, 371-6515
Noble Elementary School, 1293 Ardoon Street
Rachael Coleman, 371-6535
Oxford Elementary School, 939 Quilliams Road
Brigitte Pronty, 371-6525
Roxboro Elementary School, 2405 Roxboro Road
Michael Jenkins, 371-7115
Each of the middle schools offers PATH (Parent Ambassadors to Heights) tours for prospective parents. PATH is a volunteer, parent-led initiative that fosters community understanding of the Cleveland Heights – University Heights City Schools.
To arrange a middle school PATH tour, contact PATH Middle School Project Coordinator Lisa Hunt at 932-5110, or contact the principal directly.
Monticello Middle School, 3665 Monticello Boulevard
Patrick McNichols, Principal, 371-6520
Roxboro Middle School, 2400 Roxboro Road
Denise Lackey, Principal, 371-7440
The Temporary Heights High School in University Heights
The Heights High tours include hallways, Instrumental Music Department, Vocal Music Department, Art Department, and the Career Prep Program. However, the tour route can be customized to meet the specific interests of the prospective parent.
To schedule a Heights High tour or for general information about Heights High, contact Joy Henderson at 216-320-3052 or J_Henderson@chuh.org. Tours are generally 30-60 minutes long.
Parents can also arrange for their child to shadow a current student. The school has trained Heights Ambassadors to host shadowing students or prospective students can shadow a friend.