Principals Message
Dear Parents/Guardians of Warrensville Heights High School, Greetings to all!  I hope this letter finds you and your family in good health and spirit.  On behalf of the Warrensville Heights High School Community, it is a pleasure to welcome you to the 2014-2015 academic school year.  We look forward to what we know will be a fulfi...
State of the Schools

A Summary of the State of the Schools Presentation

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Nearly 100 members of the tri-city community, including parents, teachers, administrators, board members and elected officials attended the Community Forum – State of the Schools Presentation on Thursday, November 20th at the High School Auditorium.

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Important Dates

Thanksgiving Break is from Wednesday, November 26 through Friday, November 28.
Next week Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on the following days from 4PM to 6PM:
Eastwood, Monday, December 1
John Dewey, Tuesday, December 2
Middle School, Wednesday, December 3
High School, Thursday, December 4
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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Assessment Calendar

The Department of Accountability has a issued a calendar of  student statewide assessments such as the Ohio Achievement Assessment  (OAA), Ohio Graduation Test (OGT), and other important testing that WHCSD students will be taking. This link will also be on the Accountability Department page.

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Winter Sports Schedule - Athletics Department

The combined winter sports schedule is out...Click here!

Boldface type is used for Home events. The Away events are in regular type.

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High School Students and Staff Create Award Winning Anti-Bullying Film

A short film created and produced by students and staff members at Warrensville Heights High School received multiple awards at the 2014 Friends4Friends Campaign Film Festival.  The annual festival was held at Warrensville Heights High School during the evening on Tuesday, September 23rd, and featured short films submitted by six other Ohio high schools.

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The Chronicle

Click here for the latest edition of THE CHRONICLE

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Staying Healthy

Our district Registered Nurse, Pamela Pack, has researched the Ebola virus for the district. Here is a Fact Sheet. There is nothing to suggest any of our staff or students are at risk. If you have any concerns, please call the Cuyahoga County Health Department Hotline at 216-201-2090. Click this link for Enterovirus 68 information. Pamela Pack, our district RN, encourages parents to keep their children home if they have severe cold symptoms and anything more than a slight cough. If your child becomes ill at school, you must pick them up promptly. Our district is taking extra measures to prevent the spread of illness, please help us all stay healthy!

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Warrensville Heights High School
Grades 8 - 12
Warrensville Heights, OH 44128  

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