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Cleveland Northeast Suburban College Fair
Cleveland Heights High School will host the 18th Annual Cleveland Northeast Suburban College Fair. Students will have the opportunity to meet guidance staff, college admissions officers and alumni representatives from more than 140 colleges, universities, and technical schools. Students and their families are invited to gain specifics about student life on campus, programs and majors at each school, admissions and financial aid.
The College Fair is open to all local public, private and parochial students and admission is free. Additional parking will be available in the Municipal Lot next to Wendy’s, off Cedar Road, across from Heights High.
More About Cleveland Heights High School
Cleveland Heights High School, founded in 1901 and at its current location on Lee and Cedar roads since 1927, educates students in the Cleveland Heights and University Heights areas. In 2004, Heights High was divided into smaller schools with the hope that student achievement, engagement and graduation rates would improve. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation donated $20 million to the KnowledgeWorks Foundation, which created the Ohio High School Transformation Initiative. Five different principals lead Legacy, P.R.I.D.E., R.E.A.L., Mosaic Experience and Renaissance, and each has its own philosophical approach to teaching and learning.