Please click here to watch performance from Walsh Jesuit Great Lakes Invitational.
Come out and support this talented group of performers at the Medina Midwest Showcase on Saturday, February 16th @ 3:45pm.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019 Garfield Heights High School Cliff Foust Athletic Hall of Fame.
Applications must be turned in by February 18, 2019.
Please click here for guidelines and nomination form.
Garfield Heights High School Students Learn the Value of Planting Trees with District Partners
Art students are preparing to submit artwork into the annual Cleveland Clinic eXpressions Program.
Monday, 9/17/2018 -Maple Leaf- 9:00
Tuesday, 9/18/2018- Elmwood-
Wednesday, 9/19/2018- Middle School- 9:00
Thursday, 9/20/2018- High School- 1:30
Friday, 9/21/2018- William Foster- 9:00
By now, I am sure that you have heard about the sudden and
tragic loss of life that affected our school community earlier this week. On
behalf of the Board of Education and entire Garfield Heights City Schools, we
express our collective condolences, and our deepest sympathies, to the family
of those who were abruptly taken away from us all. The District has involved
the professional services of various internal and external grief counselors during
the latter part of this week, and will continue to have these resources
available to students and staff on an as needed basis. In addition, a number of
important grief, domestic violence, and crisis resources have been posted
online and we strongly encourage you to utilize them with your families.
Please remember that during such trying times, we must all remain a family… a Bulldog family. We
ask that everyone respect the privacy of the family and other individuals
The Garfield Heights City Schools is deeply saddened
by this sudden, tragic, and senseless loss of life. The District has already and
proactively involved internal and external grief counselors and other
professional resources for staff and students. Despite this tragic loss, we are
all Bulldogs in the Garfield Heights City Schools, and we will stick together
as a family. We ask that everyone respect the privacy of the family and other
individuals closely involved.
Beginning with the class of 2021, Garfield Heights High School will transition to the Latin (or Cum Laude) System to recognize its top graduating seniors.
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