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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 Theater presents "Our Town"

    Posted by Dan Mott at 4/24/2014
    Our Town
    "Our Town"  by Thornton Wilder 
    Friday May 9th @ 7:30pm
    Saturday, May 10th @ 7:30pm
    General Admission $5.00
    Tickets at Door or at Brownpapertickets.com
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  • Girls Soccer Coach Jon Felton Announces His Resignation

    Posted by Dan Mott at 4/23/2014

    Jon Felton  

    STRONGSVILLE, OHIO – Strongsville City Schools District and Strongsville High School announces that on April 22, 2014 Jon Felton has submitted his resignation as Varsity Girls Soccer Coach.

    Felton notes, “Over the past 5 months I have been contemplating resigning as head coach of the SHS Lady Mustang program.”  He has now informed the administration of his “decision to step down as the head coach of this great program” to be able to dedicate the time necessary to his family and four children.

    “This has been a tough decision due to relationships that have been built with the players, parents, coaches, and administration. I am blessed as a person to be a part of your lives as a coach, teacher, parent, and mentor. I have had a wonderful time from 1991-1996 as an assistant to the boys and an amazing ride from 1997-2013/14 as the head girls coach.”

    Through 17 seasons with the girls, (1997-2013) Coach Felton compiled 292 wins, 46 losses, 29 ties.  This included 11 State Final Four appearances, 7 State Finals, and 4 State Championships, the most recent in 2011.

    The District would like to publicly thank Coach Felton for his service to the student-athletes of Strongsville High School and the Strongsville community over the years.

    The position of Head Girls Soccer Coach will be posted this week.  It is the District's desire to hire an experienced and qualified coach who will continue to instill the value of interscholastic athletics in an educational setting.
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  • High School - Higher Education Alignment Project

    Posted by Dan Mott at 4/22/2014
    HS-HigherED Alignment Team
    Presenters at the Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County in regard to the High School-Higher Education Alignment Project. The group spoke about the collaboration between the Strongsville High School English Department and the Baldwin Wallace University English Department. Vicki Turner, Carol McKnight, Brett Filip (BW Student), Dr. Susan Oldrieve (BW Professor), Dr. Denise Kohn (BW Professor), Mary Jo Morgan (BW Student), Elaina Zachos (BW Student)
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  • Mustangs in Computer Programming Contest

    Posted by Dan Mott at 4/18/2014
    Computer Programming Club  
    SHS was represented at the 11th Annual Baldwin Wallace High School Programming Contest by Andy Rygalski (11), Eddie Callahan (12), Brad Campbell (12) and Rachel Hinton (12). 
    The team finished 10th/31 teams in their first year out of the gate!  Many of the schools present were private schools with teams in existence for several years. The team completed 3 of the programming problems in Java.   They had the best time for teams scoring 3 of the problems.  
    This group is  led by Ms. Lamberty from the SHS Math Department.  Nice start to a fine club!
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  • Entrepreneurial and Management Classes w/ Ms. Sejka

    Posted by Dan Mott at 4/10/2014


    On April 4th the students of Ms. Sejka’s Entrepreneurship and Management class conducted a unique project with Mr. Ference. (Mr. Ference is a local entrepreneur who comes in every Friday to give the class insight into what it is like to be an entrepreneur.)  Every student received a card with a different profile for a business that is known for selecting different competitive advantages but also known for successfully implementing and maintaining those advantages over time. Each student was told to imagine that their entrepreneurial organization they were provided has been nominated to participate in the Competitive Advantage Hall of Fame. The students designed posters that promote their assigned company for the Competitive Advantage Hall of Fame. Students emphasized the specific information provided in their profiles, such as the company name, a brief description of the company, facts about the company’s specific competitive advantages, how it implements them, and how it enforces them. They also created a unique and attractive design to promote their poster.

    Ms. Sejka’s Entrepreneurship and Management class is fun, unique, and full of experiences. With the help of Mr. Ference, many students have enjoyed their experiences in this class and had an amazing year. 

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    Posted by Dan Mott at 4/2/2014
     DECA 2014
    On March 14th, 66 Strongsville High School marketing students traveled to Columbus for the Ohio DECA Career Development Conference “DECA States.” These 66 students participated and advanced from the DECA District Competition that was held in February. 

    Students joined over 2000 of Ohio DECA’s finest students for competition.  Friday begin with an opening ceremony in which Ohio DECA beat the Guinness Book of World Record for the number of ties tied simultaneously. 

    16 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 May 3 - May 6, 2014 in Atlanta Georgia. 

    The following students will attend the International Career Development Conference and compete against National DECA’s finest: 
    Food Marketing Individual Series – 2nd place in the State
    Kelly Michaels

    Sports and Entertainment Team – 2nd place in the State
    Madison Philips  & Kelly Trimper

    Buying and Merchandising Team – 3rd place in the State
    Isabella Cromleigh & Kelly Hayes

    Sports & Entertainment Marketing Individual Series – 4th place in the State
    Laurel Foell

    The following students placed in the top 10 in the state:
    Financial Services Team – 5th place in the State
    Kylen Bailey & Justin Nadzan

    Business Law and Ethics Team – 6th place in the State
    Colin McManamon & Matthew Stephan

    Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan – 7th in the state
    Amanda Kluck & Kathleen Palko

    Food Marketing Individual Series – 8th place in the State
    Katelin Romick

    Sports &  Entertainment Marketing Individual Series – 9th place in the State
    Anthony Machnik

    Hotel and Lodging Individual Series – 9th place in the State
    Michelle Arendas

    Professional Selling Event – 9th place in the State
    Abigayle Gootee

    Sports & Entertainment Promotion Plan – 9th place in the State
    Selena Condeni & Ashlynn Snyder

    Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan – 10th place in the State
    Jill Bucci  & Madeline Winget

    Hospitality Services – 10th place in the State
    Jared Even & Brad Anderson

    Quick Serve Restaurant Management – 10th place in the State
    Keri Hill
    Automotive Services Individual Series – 10th place in the State
    David Brown
    Many thanks to Ms. Frenchik for all her fine work with our SHS students! 
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  • Strongsville - Designated BEST Community for Music Education

    Posted by Dan Mott at 4/1/2014
    Mr. Chris Chidsey wanted to share with all that Strongsville City Schools has been designated (for the second time) as one of the nations best communities for music education by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM.) Over 2000 applications were submitted and 376 districts were accepted. Only about 25 are from Ohio. Thank you for your support of our music program to help make this possible!
    Congratulations to both the Strongsville Community for their support and to our fine Music Education educators! 
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  • SHS Students Win Awards at Rotary District Convention

    Posted by Dan Mott at 3/31/2014
    Ms. Katie Schneck had the pleasure of attending the Ohio Key Club District Leadership Convention with 12 of our students, as well as over three hundred students from across the state. Our SHS students did a fantastic job of representing Strongsville High School. We even received a few awards that she wanted to share with you.
    Senior Salman Arif was awarded with the Governor's Excellence Award for his work this past year as Lieutenant Governor of District 24. He has done a great job of leading both our club and our district, and he is very deserving of this honor.
    Junior Venkat Tondapu won first place in the talent show for his comedic performance as "Kid Curry" as well as his Key-Club pick up lines. Ask him for a demo if you want a laugh!
    Also, Sophomore Maheera Syed was elected as the Secretary/Treasurer for the entire Ohio District for next year. She went through a rigorous election process, including caucuses and intense questioning sessions, and we are so proud of her and know she will succeed next year. 
    Congratulations to our fantastic SHS students and to Ms. Schneck for all she does to help her students succeed!  We are proud of all of you! 
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  • Top SHS Chem Students Compete

    Posted by Dan Mott at 3/24/2014
    Ms. Bedrossian (Chemistry) also recently sent an email to showcase the talents of her students and Eric Brink in particular!

    "Last Saturday, a few AP Chem students participated in the Northeast Ohio Preliminary Chemistry Olympiad competition. The top 11 students in the region get to take the next portion of the exam which is an entire day of tests, including a long lab session as well. The competition for these 11 spots is extremely intense, and top students from all districts in the greater Cleveland area out to the PA border compete. "

    Eric Brink has qualified to take the next round, and will now be taking the National Chemistry Olympiad Exam on Friday, April 25. Please congratulate Eric if you have the chance!
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  • 9th Grade Honors Biology at NEOSEF

    Posted by Dan Mott at 3/22/2014
    Ms. DiGioia (Biology) recently sent an email to showcase the academic achievements of: Krithika Sundaram, Rohan Sinha, and Julia Foust!

    "I would like to recognize three 9th grade Honors Biology students who participated in the Northeast Ohio Science and Engineering Fair (NEOSEF) last week at Cleveland State. There are approximately 600 students from over 80 schools in the region that participate in this science fair each year." 

    "Krithika Sundaram won honorable mention in biology (9-10) with her project investigating movie genres on pulse. Krithika is also participating in the BEST Medicine Engineering Fair out of Akron University this weekend. Rohan Sinha won honorable mention in chemistry (9-10) and honorable mention from the American Chemical Society with his project studying the effect of antacids on stomach acid. Finally, Julia Foust won 2nd Place in Behavioral Science (9-10) with her project investigating the effect of multitasking on short-term memory of men and woman of various ages."
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