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Culinary Arts Speaker Chef Louisa Satori Demos for Class

By Sophie Brown, Reporter

March 8, 2016

Filed under Education

On Feb. 3, Chef Louisa Satori from The Art Institute of Portland was a guest speaker in the Culinary Arts elective. She spoke about the college and opportunities for education and occupations in the arts before demonstrating a recipe. The Art Institute provides bachelor degrees and associate degrees in Design, Media Arts, Fashio...

Chinook Academy students interview Cleveland alumni

Chinook Academy students interview Cleveland alumni

March 4, 2016

Connecting freshmen with alumni couldn't come at a better time. In the midst of Cleveland's 100-year...

An overview of the Key Club’s achievements

By Grace Benefiel, Reporter

February 19, 2016

Filed under Clubs, Education

   The Key Club is an international organization for students to become active with volunteering and to help them develop better humanitarian and leadership skills. Co-presidents Hannah Dressa and Christina Tang, seniors, have volunteered the past couple of months for some great events.     Even though Cleveland’s choir wa...

Inside look at proposed elective courses for next year

Inside look at proposed elective courses for next year

February 19, 2016

Jennifer Wiandt, I.B. coordinator, thinks there are many electives students can take advantage of. “Electives...

Future Warriors get a taste of Cleveland at Bridging the Gap

Future Warriors get a taste of Cleveland at Bridging the Gap

February 19, 2016

More than 1,500 students and parents filed into Cleveland on Feb. 4 to “Bridge the Gap” between mi...

Two CHS Seniors Begin Their Campaign for Rose Princess

Two CHS Seniors Begin Their Campaign for Rose Princess

February 17, 2016

The Rose Princess race has begun, and Cleveland seniors Brette Ramsay and Kaytlin Gaines are ready t...

Graduate Anna Del Savio takes Global Citizen Year

Graduate Anna Del Savio takes Global Citizen Year

February 17, 2016

With the arrival of second semester, many seniors are now looking past the waning months of high schoo...

Micro-aggressive misogyny at Cleveland?

By Caroline Diamond, Reporter

February 17, 2016

Filed under Commentary, Education, News

Misogyny at Cleveland? The most socially developed and politically forward PPS high school? Yes. In recent months, five unnamed, female teachers under the age of 40 have come forward toward administration regarding blatant and micro aggressive misogyny in their classrooms. Misogyny is easily defined as the dislike of, contempt for, or ...

No toxins found in Cleveland High air

No toxins found in Cleveland High air

February 17, 2016

The life of a high school student can be stressful, filled with academics, extracurriculars, and navigatin...

A story to tell: Independent Media Productions

A story to tell: Independent Media Productions

February 17, 2016

Cleveland’s very own Independent Media Productions (IMP) is in its second year and is already gaining sp...

A showcase of immense knowledge

A showcase of immense knowledge

February 17, 2016

Earning an International Baccalaureate diploma is no piece of cake. Among other requirements, each diplo...

Cleveland High annual auction makes commemorative video

By Ariel Harmon, Reporter

February 17, 2016

Filed under 100 Years, Education

Four Cleveland students, under the direction of parent Kate Raphael, are making a video to celebrate the diversity of the student body and help raise money for the upcoming PTA auction on March 5. At the center of the video is a poem, written by the four students, that works as an ode to Cleveland. “The poem/video w...

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