Euclid High School
Originally named Euclid Senior High School, it was constructed in 1949 to replace the Euclid Central High School facilities. Euclid Senior High School's graduation peaked in 1972 with a graduating class of over 1,00. Today, Euclid High School continues the traditions of the Blue & Gold Panthers.
Euclid's vocational programs includes automotive body repair, commercial art and cosmetology. Its technology program offers training in Cisco Systems and computer information systems. Euclid High School recognizes many student activities including: Student Council, Class Cabinet, Key Club, The Euclidian (yearbook), The Survey (newspaper), The Eucuyo (literary arts journal), Fall Play, ''Big Show'' Spring Musical, Spring Play, Choral Masters, Varsity Choraale, Choir, Marching Band, Jazz Band, Orchestra, Drill Team, Academic Teams, National Honor Society, AV Club, Poetry Club, Ski Club, D.A.R.E., S.A.D.D., Peer Mediation, Future Educators of America, and NJROTC. Euclid High School also sponsors 21 varsity sports: Baseball, Boys/Girls Basketball, Cheerleading, Football, JROTC Raiders, Boys/Girls Soccer, Boys/Girls Tennis, Softball, Swim Team, Track and Field, Cross Country, Volleyball, Wrestling.
711 E.222nd Street // M-F 7:30-2:30 // (216) 797-7800
20701 Euclid Ave // (216) 797-5300 // Principal Mr.Mike Mennel
Forest Park Middle
27000 Elinore Ave // (216) 797-4700 // Principal Ms.Tina Hardaway
490 E. 260th // (216) 797-6500 // Principal Ms. Mary Thomas.
1455 e. 260th // (216) 797-6300 // Principal Linda Knight.
Chardon Hills Magnet School
1750 E. 234th // (216) 797-6400 // Principal Chris Papouras
20400 Arbor // (216) 797-6200 // Principal Kathleen Keaveney
For info on what's happening at the schools you can visit the School District's website @ www.euclidschools.org