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Congratulations to Varsity Head Football Coach, Al Martin, for being named the Cleveland.com Football Coach of the Year for 2016!  We are very proud of you for this great accomplishment.  Please click here to view the video and read the article. 

On Tuesday, January 10th, the Cuyahoga Heights Schools held a special ceremony to introduce the Gateway to Technology Lab to the public. Featuring computers and a 3-dimensional printer, the Gateway to Technology lab promotes science and technology for middle and high school students, and was funded through grants received in the amount of $30,000 by Cuyahoga Valley Career Center and $20,000 by ArcelorMittal. Elected officials from all three villages were in attendance, as well as Summer Paris, Corporate Responsibility and Communications Manager for ArcelorMittal Cleveland. The presentation included opening remarks by Superintendent Tom Evans, followed by a summary of the grants obtained to fund the lab by Director of Administrative Services, Dr. Ted Caleris. High School Principal Matt Young and Instructor Brooke Keller provided an overview of the exciting STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) based learning opportunities offered through various lab-based courses. 7th graders Delayne DiSanza, Alexandria Krocker, Nolan Frye, Dominic Belko, Charlie Dalton and Brady Pinter then presented on several projects they completed over the past semester using the state-of-the-art technology and computer programs featured in the lab. The Cuyahoga Heights Schools would like to thank everyone who attended for supporting our students and helping to make the event a success!

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Cuyahoga Heights Welcomes Back 2001 Graduate Matt Klinger as Guest Speaker

   Matt Klinger, a 2001 graduate of Cuyahoga Heights High School received a warm welcome from students and staff as he returned to the district for a special presentation in the South Gym on Wednesday, November 16th. Drawing on his life experiences, including those as a former Cuyahoga Heights student-athlete and his career in the business sector, Matt addressed students from the Middle School and High School on how being committed to doing the “little things” such as hard work, sacrifice and being respectful are critical to achieving one’s definition of success. A two-time state wrestling champion, Matt shared how going the extra mile during training and in practice helped him to achieve success on the mat during his time at Cuyahoga Heights High School.

   After graduation, Matt continued his wrestling career at Cleveland State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in in 2006. Shortly after graduation, Matt moved to Boise, Idaho, where he currently resides with his wife and three children. As President of SPL Consulting, Matt seeks to help businesses achieve continued growth by improving sales and marketing efforts, as well as networking with other businesses.

   The Cuyahoga Heights Schools would like to thank Matt Klinger for taking the time to give back to current students, and wish him continued success in the future!  

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Monday, September 26, 2016 was a day away from school for students in the Cuyahoga Heights School District, but staff members took advantage of the designated Professional Development Day to collaborate with teachers and staff from nearby Independence Local Schools. Hosted by Independence, Cuyahoga Heights staff members met in the auditorium of Independence High School to begin this week of school and its respective staff for early morning refreshments followed by an introduction from our very own Director of Administrative Services Dr. Ted Caleris and Independence Superintendent Ben Hegedish. From there, a series of breakout sessions were planned for the entire school day, where teachers from both districts were aligned by grade level and subject matters. Full group sessions took place as well. All in all, the professional development day was an ‘outside the box’ way of collaborating which was spearheaded by administrators from both school districts. Future collaborations with the two school districts are planned for later this year.    

Newsweek recently released its coveted list of America's Top High Schools 2016: Beating the Odds and Cuyahoga Heights High School ranked among 500 schools across our country that are doing an excellent job of preparing their students for college, while also overcoming the obstacles posed by students at an economic disadvantage. Newsweek obtained academic and demographic information from nearly 16,000 public schools to determine their college readiness standards used in the rankings.

This recognition is in addition to other awards received by the high school over the past year, including:

  • Our school was selected as a 2016 Silver Medal School by US News & World Report, ranking 77th in Ohio and the top 8% nationally out of nearly 20,000 qualifying schools.
  • Our outstanding music program was recognized by the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation as a Top-100 “Best Music Communities for Music Education” in the nation for the 11th consecutive year.
  • Ohio’s State Board of Education has recognized Cuyahoga Heights HS as one of its first annual "All A Award" winners.
 
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