Jan. 6, 2017 -- The Heights High scheduling and course selection process for the 2017-18 academic year begins in late January.
The philosophy of the CH-UH District is to encourage students to pursue the highest level of instruction matching their motivation, interests, previous learning and career aspirations.
Placement is based on four aspects of a student’s background: standardized tests of achievement and ability, history of grades earned, teacher recommendations, and input from student and parent.
The Heights High Program Planning Guide includes the courses that will be offered next year and other helpful resources.
Parents – please review the program Planning Guide with your students and begin discussions about your student’s goals and interests.
Parents with current 8-11th grade students are invited to scheduling and course selection info meetings – students also welcome.
All meetings are held in the Height High Auditorium, 2181 Miramar Boulevard.
- January 25, 6 p.m. - incoming 9th graders:
- January 25, 7 p.m. - rising 10th graders
- January 26, 6 p.m. - rising 11th graders
- January 26, 7 p.m. - rising 12th graders
The Guidance Counselors will visit classrooms in February to help guide students through the course selection and scheduling process.
Tentative versions of the students’ course lists will be mailed to families by March 10. Revision requests are due by March 16.
Beginning in August, 2017, Heights High will return to the historic location at the corner of Cedar and Lee Roads in Cleveland Heights. The school is currently located at the temporary location in University Heights while the building is being renovated.