Cleveland Heights High

 

2014 Commencement

The Commencement ceremony for the class of 2014 was on held June 2
at the State Theater in Playhouse Square. Victoria Payne, Phoebe Lammert
and Devin Davis (L-R) are proud members of the class of 2014. 

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Summer Reading

The District is partnering with the Public Library to provide programming and books for summer reading. All students are required to read at least one book this summer. Students in AP Literature and REAL Early College have specific assignments and all other students can choose their summer reading books. All students must participate in the Public Libraries summer reading program at the Lee Rd., Coventry, Noble or University Heights locations. 
 
To get started, students simply ask any librarian for details. At the start of school next year, students will be required to demonstrate knowledge of the books they read. The public library will provide the school with the names of all students who participated in the program.
 

 

 

General Construction Timeline:

June 2014:                                Wiley closes, students attend Roxboro & Monticello fall 2014.
June 2014-Sept 2015:            Wiley is transformed into the temporary Heights High.
June 2015:                                Heights High will close for two years.
Sept 2015-June 2017:            Heights High students will attend the temporary Heights High in the former Wiley 
                                                    building.Classrooms will be added.
Sept 2017:                                The new Heights High opens at the original location.


 

 

Watch the video Heights High in Six Minutes. Learn more about the three small schools and REAL Early College.

 

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At a Glance

Cleveland Heights High School

13263 Cedar Road
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118

Phone: 216-371-7101
Fax: 216-371-6506

School Hours

8:25 a.m. - 3:06 p.m. M, W, Th, F
8:25 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. Tu Attendance-call small school office

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