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CHUH students in mock interviews

Cleveland Heights-University Heights' Open Doors Scholars Develop Valuable Interview Skills

Feeling prepared for a job interview can be intimidating, especially for a high school student who is going into their first ever interview. But for the students in Heights High School’s Open Doors Academy, they are now a little more confident about the process after experiencing mock interviews.
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Paulena and Lalena Young at Maple Heights Graduation

Maple Heights Graduates’ College Marching Band Wins Two Grammy Awards

Two Maple Heights City Schools’ 2021 graduates, Paulena and Lalena Young, and their bandmates, won two Grammy Awards this February as a part of the Tennessee State University (TSU) Marching Band “The Aristocrat of Bands”  under the direction of Dr. Reginald McDonald.

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Lakewood Students' Art Chosen for Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition

Congratulations to the five Lakewood High and West Shore Career-Tech students whose artwork was selected to be part of the Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition in Columbus. 
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Students at Berea-Midpark High School To Launch Distracted Driving Social Media Campaign

Local high school students have developed a unique social media campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving, with car accidents being the leading cause of death for teenagers.

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Bedford Student in front of project board

Bedford's Columbus Intermediate School Stages Living Museum

Bedford City School District's Columbus Intermediate School wrapped up Black History Month with a living museum.

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Superintendents Meet with Legislators to Discuss Biennial State Budget and Fair School Funding

On March 21 and 22, superintendents from Shaker Heights, Euclid, Warrensville Heights, Parma, Warrensville Heights, Maple Heights, Cuyahoga Heights, Berea, and Garfield Heights Schools, all part of the First Ring Schools Collaborative in Cleveland, Ohio, will be in Columbus, Ohio meeting with various legislators to help spread the news and rally support for the continued fair funding and support of public schools in Ohio and in the 16 school districts that surrounded Cleveland Metropolitan School District.
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