Tri-Heights Consortium


Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District

Tri-Heights Consortium

Tri-Heights Consortium

The Tri-Heights Career Prep Consortium includes Cleveland Heights-University Heights, Shaker Heights, and Warrensville Heights high schools. Students from these schools can apply to any program.

Career prep courses provide training in a designated skill and students also take academic classes. Many of the career prep courses include college credit and certification that can lead to employment.

Associate Schools

Shaker Heights High School
15600 Parkland Drive
Shaker Heights, Ohio 44120-2599
Michael J. Griffith, Principal
(216) 295-4200

Career Prep Liaison:
David Peterjohn, Counselor

Warrensville Heights High School
4500 Warrensville Center Road
Warrensville Heights, Ohio 44128-4182
Laurie Crum-Glenn, Principal
(216) 295-7756

Career Prep Liaison:
Brenda Gay, Counselor

Tri-Heights Career Prep Consortium Mission

The mission of the Tri-Heights Career Prep Consortium is to prepare students for the ever-changing workforce by developing requisite knowledge and skills for employment and post-secondary education. We will provide a career-focused education that integrates rigorous academics and meets the needs of all learners and the community by:

  • Developing and providing quality programs that address the demands of the workplace and rapidly-changing technology;
  • Promoting continuous improvement of programs and services through innovation and flexibility;
  • Teaching relevant and necessary technical and academic skills that address workplace needs;
  • Developing teamwork, leadership and critical-thinking abilities;
  • Providing relevant work-based learning experiences for students and staff;
  • Expanding school partnerships with business, industry and organized labor associations;
  • Improving communication and collaboration among all stakeholders, students, parents, staff and the community;
  • Promoting the necessary knowledge and skills for lifelong learning;
  • Preparing all students for success in a global economy.
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