Cleveland Heights High
Football Team is Lake Erie League Champion
The Heights Football Team's playoff run ended with a 42-7 loss to the St. Edward Eagles on November 16 at Byers Field in Parma. While the game didn't end the way the Tigers had hoped, the season was a success. Coach Jeff Rotsky's Tigers won the 2nd Lake Erie League title in 3 years, made the playoffs for the 2nd time in 3 years and earned the program's first playoff win in school history. Congratulations to everyone involved. Tiger Nation thanks you for a great season!
The Small Schools at Heights High
Legacy New Tech school Focuses on the STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and math), using project based learning, integrating technology in the classroom and fostering a strong culture of trust, respect and responsibility. The Discovery Pathway.
The Mosaic School of Fine & Performing Arts Provides students the opportunity to pursue their passion in the fine and performing arts while also taking challenging academic courses. The Creativity Pathway.
The Renaissance School of Humanities & International Studies Develops students to be globally competent in a technology-driven world with people from many countries. The Society Pathway.
Career and Technical Education Program Provides students with practical, hands-on experience and certification opportunities. The daily program consists of extended periods that provide in-depth instruction and time for students to learn and practice skills.
Watch the video Heights High in Six Minutes. Learn more about the three small schools and REAL Early College.
Heights High student expectations for the use of technology, attendance and discipline are detailed in the HHS Tiger Expectations and Guidelines. This document emphasize that all students are expected to act in a safe, respectful and responsible manner. These expectations are in place the first day of school and will be reviewed by all staff during the opening week, in the small school assemblies, and periodically throughout the school year.