Warrensville Heights Middle School is located on Warrensville Center Road. We are the proud home of the Tigers. Warrensville Heights Middle School was built in 1951 and has a current enrollment of 336 scholars in sixth through eighth grade and a certificated staff of 40.
Mission: Creating an education environment that promotes CURIOSITY, CRITICAL THINKING, COMMUNICATION and COLLABORATION while empowering scholars to be responsible contributing members of our community, nation and world.
Vision: Inspiring Confidence and Encouraging Success
Warrensville Heights Middle School is committed to providing a quality educational experience designed to meet the unique needs of middle school scholars in an atmosphere of respect for individual differences in learning style, interest and personal development.
What makes an education at Warrensville Heights Middle School special? Many things. Some are obvious, like the warm, welcoming feeling you get when you enter our front doors. When peeking in classrooms, you'll see a joy of learning and kids actively engaged in their classes. You can also sense the respect that exists between and among scholars, teachers, administrators and support staff.
Why is WHMS considered a model middle school? A few reasons are listed below:
- Each scholar has access to a Chromebook.
- There are model programs for both gifted/talented scholars and special education scholars, including a continuum of services and specially certified resource teachers.
- We offer the inquiry-based Project Lead The Way, which is an ongoing discovery through project-based learning program and project discovery.
- We adopted a new math curriculum CPM, which is a student centered discovery based program.
- Eighth graders are eligible to receive high school credit through Algebra 1, Physical Science and Foreign Language.
- We offer distance learning opportunities with NASA and Cleveland Clinic.
- We offer a comprehensive unified arts program including exploratory activities in Foreign Language, technology and the fine arts.
- We offer early college opportunities through a partnership with Cuyahoga Community College.
- We have a true team concept where faculty members meet daily during a common planning period on interdisciplinary grade level teams. This model of shared decision-making includes team-based discipline, interdisciplinary units, student and parent conferences, and both short- and long-term planning.
- Our athletic program consists of eight sports.
- We offer an advisory program in which students meet with faculty advisors in small groups to discuss issues pertinent to middle school and engage in community service projects.
- We have a chapter for the National Junior Honor Society (NHJS).
- We are recognized by the Ohio Department of Education, and in the past, WHMS received the Momentum Award.