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Andy Ho qualified for Nationals

CHS business leaders take on FBLA National Leadership Conference

May 25, 2016

Cleveland’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) club truly upheld their name at the state competition....

CHS students receive recognition for their school achievements

Christina Tang recognized for the Asian Pacific Islander award

By Emily Diamond, Editor-in-Chief

May 18, 2016

Three PPS recognitions—Young, Gifted and Black, Asian/Pacific Islander, and Sí Se Puede—were awarded...

I.B. students learn the importance of giving back

Several of the ceramic projects created by English Language Learners students at Kateri Park

By Emily Diamond, Editor-in-Chief

May 18, 2016

Many people strive to give back to the community.  Whether it is volunteering at a local hospital, tutoring s...

Students in Chinook academy reflect on their experience with Restorative Justice

Part 2: Restorative Justice–A method to disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline

April 13, 2016

  In order to disrupt the school to prison pipeline, Hodge and Alexander introduced a discipline...

Charles Hunter, Restorative Justice Coordinator

Part 1: Students raise awareness to stop the pathway to prison

April 13, 2016

Many students have different goals after high school. Some desire to continue school in college, oth...

Noah Adams races to the finish

CHS stars run in international indoor competition

April 13, 2016

From March 17-20, more than 600 athletes from over 200 countries competed for medals in 13 men’s and wo...

A Cleveland student does her homework

Homework Summit set to get everyone on same page

April 13, 2016

Teachers give it. Parents pester about it. Students love to hate it. “It” is homework. In hig...

The Power of Music

March 11, 2016

Those piano lessons you’ve taken since you were six years old? The mornings you spend singing in t...

Freshmen and sophomores required to take eight classes next year

By Emily Diamond, Editor-in-Chief

March 8, 2016

Every student knows that school can get a bit overwhelming at times. Balancing school work, extracurriculars, jobs, and hobbies can sometimes seem like a true juggling act. Next year, with freshmen and sophomores required to take eight classes, some people think this will add to students’ stress, while others believe it will ma...

Junior Biftu Amin cooks during cooking class

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...

Lizzie Edwards and Hannah Dressa 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...

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