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Cleveland Heights High School students in Donna Pollard's cosmetology classes are making wigs for cancer patients. Shown here are two of those students, seniors Larrian Redmond, left, and Taijah Watkins, both of Cleveland Heights. (Jeff Piorkowski/special

Cosmetology Program Donates Hand-Crafted Wigs to Cancer Patients

May 10, 2018 -- The Cosmetology program at Heights High School is in its third year of hand-crafting wigs and donating them to local cancer patients. The students made a combined total of 44 wigs in 2016 and 2017 and are attempting to double that number this year. More +
Thank You Tiger Nation Teachers!

VIDEO: Thank You Tiger Nation Teachers!

May 8, 2018 -- Thank you to all of the CH-UH educators working on behalf of our community's children day in and day out.  More +
District bus drivers in group photo

School Bus Driver Appreciation Day May 7

May 7, 2018 -- Today is School Bus Driver Appreciation Day. We want to give a shout-out to our drivers, monitors, mechanics and building staff who get our kids to and from school safely each day! More +
The words "Thank you, Teacher" on a chalkboard

#ThankATeacher - Share Your Favorite CH-UH Teacher Stories

May 1, 2018 -- Teacher Appreciation Week kicks off Monday, May 7. What CH-UH teacher had a major impact on your life (or your child’s life), and how?  More +
Students repair bot after one of the matches

Heights High Wins Regional Battle Bot Event

May 1, 2018 -- The Heights High Robotics team rocked the regional Battle Bot competition! Heights High fielded two teams - the Black team placed first and the Gold team placed second. More +
Tiger Team Members of the Month - April 2018

CH-UH Recognizes Tiger Team Members of the Month for April

April 30, 2018 -- The theme across the CH-UH School District this year is “A Culture of Excellence”. For April, CH-UH is honoring 12 people as the “Tiger Team Members of the Month”. Each honoree was nominated by a colleague--and in some instances multiple colleagues--and the nominees were then voted upon by a committee comprised of staffers across the district.  More +
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