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20025 Lunn Road, Strongsville, Ohio 44149   
Phone: 440-572-7100  Fax: 440-572-7117

High School Hours:  7:20 AM to 2:25 PM


  • SHS Individual/Teams Place at the Ohio DECA Career Development Conference

    Posted by scs webmaster at 3/20/2015
    DECA
     
    On March 14th, 71 of Strongsville High School’s DECA members traveled to Columbus for the Ohio DECA Career Development Conference “to compete with close to 2,000 students across the state with testing, budgeted 11 page promotional plans, and case studies in the various areas of business, finance, hospitality, and business administration.

    14 of Strongsville’s individuals/teams placed in the top 10 in the state of Ohio. The top 4 in each category will advance to the International Career Development Conference “Nationals”. There are typically 40-50 people in each event, and each person who placed in the top 10 was recognized with a medal. DECA International Career Development Conference is April 25th – April 29th in Orlando, Florida.

    The following students will attend the International Career Development Conference and compete against National DECA’s finest:

    National Qualifiers:
    Financial Analysis Team Event: Justin Nadzan & Kylen Bailey 3rd in the State
    Quick Serve Restaurant Individual Event: Olivia Abdallah 4th in the State

    The following students placed in the top 10 in the state:
    Business Finance Individual: Alec Brendza
    Business Law & Ethics Team Event: Delfina Glover & Erin Sims
    Buying & Merchandising Team Event: Alyssa Vaccariello & Anna Brantley
    Entrepreneurship Innovation: Ali Mansour
    Hospitality Services: Katelyn Sidloski & Olivia Vitanza
    Sports & Entertainment Promotion Plan: Ashlynn Snyder and Selina Condeni
    Restaurant and Food Service Individual Event: Jeremy Chupek
     
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  • OGT Scheule for March 16-20

    Posted by Dan Mott at 3/9/2015

    OGT logo  

     
    Ohio Graduation Tests will be starting up March 16-20.
    All SHS 10th graders AND 11-12th graders still needing to pass this exam for graduation.
     
    OGT Sophomore Incentive - Perks for doing well on this test!  :) 

    School schedule for the OGT test week is:
    Mon: Reading, Tues: Math, Wed: Writing, Thurs: Science, Fri: SS


    Testing Period 7:20 – 9:15
    Period 1 9:30 – 9:53
    Period 2 9:58 – 10:21
    Period 3 10:26 – 10:49
    Period 4 10:54 – 11:42
    Period 5 11:47 – 12:35
    Period 6 12:40 – 1:28
    Period 7 1:33 – 1:56
    Period 8 2:01 – 2:25
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  • January Students of the Month

    Posted by Dan Mott at 3/6/2015
    Jan 2015 Students of Month  
     
    January 2015 Students of the Month
     
    Math - Kareem Khanem, Haley Strnad;
    English - Olivia Matuch, Sarah Gartland;
    Science - Jack O'Malley, Gabrielle Schnaterbeck;
    Social Studies - Lindsey Schneider Meghan Hayes;
    World Language - Brenda Vazquez;
    Fine Arts - Karen Potter;
    Business -
         Industrial Tech - Dominic Campagna
         Connections- Dylan Coyne
         Marketing - Justin Tulloch
         Marketing - Rachel Dohar
         Marketing -  Karla Toth
         Individual Achievement - Jordan Karpinsky,
               Alex Kovach, Jacob Cifranic;
    PE and Health - Brooklyn Elliott, Kelly Claridge
     
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  • SHS Model UN Excels at Notre Dame College Conference

    Posted by Dan Mott at 3/5/2015
    Model UN Winners  
     
    On March 4-5, 40 members of the SHS Model UN Team traveled to Notre Dame College to participate in the 70th Anniversary Cleveland Council on World Affairs Model UN Conference. Our students worked with representatives from other area schools to develop solutions to  major issues that face our world today. Throughout the conference, students presented the views of their assigned country, drafted cooperative resolutions to solve these world problems, and debated the merits of different courses of action. At the end of two days of hard work and a ton of fun, the volunteers who headed each committee announced their decisions for top delegations. The following SHS delegates were awarded Honorable MentionsJarrod Mullen, Kathryn Fleisher, Katie Matousek, Laura Brink, and Claire O'Brien. Grant Brighter and Adam Fader won Superior Delegation. 
     
    We would like to thank the Strongsville City Schools faculty and staff, along with all our team members' parents, for their past and future support. We encourage you to visit our team page and check out the letter we received from United Nations General Secretary Ban Ki-Moon to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Cleveland Council on World Affair's Model UN program.
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