Student Reactions to New High School

Abra Lisowski, Co-Editor

October 18, 2017

Students attending Heights High this year have some mixed opinions on the new building. Ava Collyer, a sophomore, said that she was the most excited about the bigger classrooms, “And the temperature regulation in the school.” This sentiment resonated with other students, who did not like how unreliable...

Welcome Home, Heights Tigers!

Welcome Home, Heights Tigers!

Kimberly Fisher, Co-editor

October 18, 2017

Cleveland Heights Tigers can finally stretch their legs in their new territory! Over the past two years, while the high school underwent necessary renovations, students and staff relocated to Wiley Middle School. At Wiley, many difficulties arose. For example, the cramped space and layout made traveling...

Spirit Week 2017

Lyanette Jobson, Journalist

October 18, 2017

Heights Tiger Nation recently had its first spirit week in the renovated building. The halls were filled with school pride and pre-game cheer. Many students took part in the tradition by dressing up according to the theme that day. Monday was denim day, Tuesday, students wore pink for breast cancer awa...

Open Hearts and Minds

Open Hearts and Minds

Matthew Cox, Journalist

October 18, 2017

  Thousands of community members came together Sept. 10, 2017, to celebrate the Grand Opening of Cleveland Heights High School. As much of the student body knows, over the last two years students have been attending school at Wiley Middle School while the renovations were being done.  Everyone tha...

The Show Must Go On

Matthew Cox, Journalist

October 18, 2017

Cleveland Heights High School has undergone a few major changes over the years, but this is the largest yet. Since the school was first constructed in 1926 and the science wing added in the ‘70's, it was about time for the school to have a renovation. With the completion of the new Cleveland Heights Hi...

Local Businesses React to Heights Re-opening

Lyanette Jobson, Journalist

October 18, 2017

The renovations to Cleveland Heights High have made the building a focal point of the community, but what do other local businesses think about the reemergence of students back in the area? Many of the interviewees didn’t seem to have a problem with students coming in for business.  Renee, a CVS em...

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