Governor Mike DeWine has extended the short-term school closure until May 1, 2020.  As a result, Warrensville Heights City School District and all district sponsored activities and athletics are also canceled through May 1, 2020. 
With a longer-duration closure now in effect until May 1, we are modifying our distance learning program to ensure that it will be sustainable for our students, staff and families, and responsive to whatever lies ahead.  


District Departments

The Warrensville Heights City School District has made a commitment that all actions and initiatives undertaken by administrators, staff and scholars in our district will be aligned directly to one or more of our five broad, overarching goals.
  • WHCSD is committed to providing a rigorous and comprehensive academic experience that prepares scholars for success in the 21st century.
  • WHCSD recruits, develops, supports and retains the highest quality educators and support staff to maximize district potential and realize goals.
  • Our communications strategy at WHCSD builds support for public education, promotes staff allegiance and enhances trust and transparency for our scholars, parents, community members and partners.
  • WHCSD is a unique culture that provides safe surroundings and a positive learning environment.
  • The facilities of WHCSD provide a 21st century learning environment fostering scholar achievement, and teacher collaboration while instilling community and civic engagement.
We have made a commitment to be accountable to these goals. We believe accountability to these goals will result in school improvement, higher levels of student achievement and a more collaborative environment for decision-making.

To learn more about the District’s strategic plan, Warrensville 2020, click here. To learn more about individual departments, use the navigation to your left.
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