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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


Strongsville High School will be hosting a Parent Informational Night on December 1 from 7:00-9:00pm in SHS Auditorium. 

The topic for the evening will be "Active Threat Response Options" and will be presented by Deputy Chief Mark Fender and Officer Chris Koenig (School Resource Officer) from the Strongsville Police Department. 
There is no cost for the training and family members are welcome. Due to the sensitive nature of the training, children ages 12 and under should not attend. Those 13-17 must be accompanied by a parent.  
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1st Semester Exam Schedule:
   Session 1: 7:20am-9am Session 2:  9:10am-10:50am
Monday 12/15   1st Period 5th Period 
Tuesday 12/16   2nd Period 6th Period 
Wednesday 12/17  3rd Period 7th Period 
Thursday 12/18  4th Period 8th Period 
Lunch: 11am - 11:55am
Polaris, Make-ups, Study Hall, etc.: 12noon-2:25pm

  • SHS DECA celebrates Honduran Children 10 year Anniversary

    Posted by Dan Mott at 11/21/2014 7:00:00 AM
    Friday, November 14th Ashlynn Snyder, Selena Condeni, and Amanda Coon attended the Hope for Honduran Children Benefit on behalf of Strongsville High School. Hope for Honduran Children was celebrating their 10 year anniversary and celebrated the top 10 groups or individuals and the lasting impact of their contributions. Strongsville students were selected as one of the top 10 and were recognized for the humanitarian work Strongsville students have done in Honduras over the past 4 years.
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  • Hannah Keller lands a hefty scholarship in Miss Teen Ohio USA pageant

    Posted by Dan Mott at 11/20/2014 7:00:00 AM
    Hannah Keller  
    Congratulations to SHS's Hannah Keller who competed in the Miss Teen Ohio USA pageant. Coming in 15th out of 60 girls earned Ms. Keller a $29,600 scholarship to Lindenwood University. Congratulations Hannah!
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  • SHS Students - compete in HS Service Project by donating Diapers!

    Posted by Dan Mott at 11/19/2014
    Diaper Deliveries at BW  
    Strongsville students responded in a big way in a high school service challenge event sponsored by Baldwin Wallace! Throughout the month of October, SHS students were bringing in diapers to be distributed at Providence House, The City Mission’s Laura’s Home Women’s Crisis Center, and West Side Catholic Center. Nice Job SHS students!
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  • Two SHS Students - Look Up To Cleveland Leadership Program

    Posted by Dan Mott at 11/7/2014

    Justin Collins  

    Jasmeen Khuban

    Strongsville High School Juniors Justin Collins and Jasmeen Khuban have been selected to participate in the Look Up to Cleveland Program.

    Look Up To Cleveland is a high school leadership development and diversity awareness program for Greater Cleveland’s outstanding high school leaders. Participants in their junior year are selected from a pool of applicants representing public, private, charter and parochial schools within Cuyahoga County.  The goal is to develop and enhance student leadership skills while fostering an appreciation for the Northeast Ohio community in which they live.  In addition, Look Up To Cleveland prepares students for responsible citizenship. Students benefit from team projects and unique opportunities to hear and converse with high-level business, government and community leaders throughout the school year.  Strongsville was lucky enough to have both nominees selected for participation this school year.   Congratulations to both of these fine students.

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  • SHS Soph. Bowman - State Qualifier Girls CC

    Posted by Dan Mott at 10/31/2014
    Sophomore Megan Bowman finishing her race at the Regional Meet and finishing in 16th place to earn the last qualifying position to the State Meet. She becomes the 17th Girls Cross Country Runner to be an individual qualifier to the State Meet. 
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  • SHS Boys CC - State Qualifiers!

    Posted by Dan Mott at 10/31/2014
    Boys CC 1  
    Boys CC - State Qualifiers 2  

    The mustangs will compete in the State Championship Meet which brings together the best 16 teams in Ohio. The Division 1 mustangs will race at 12:30 on Saturday November 1, at National Trail Raceway.

    The SHS Boys Cross Country team defied the odds on Saturday at the Tiffin Regional meet. After finishing 4th with the final qualifying spot at last week's District meet, the team upset a host of schools this week at the Regional and finished in the Top 4 once again. This QUALIFIED THE TEAM TO THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP MEET FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW! There were several heroes for the Mustangs. Senior Grant Powers has led the team all year and qualified as an individual performer as well as a team runner. Senior Zach Zoloty ran his finest race of his career in stunning a lot of quality runners. Sophomore Jake Papish outran much of the competition as the team's third man. Sophomore Cameron Davis and seniors Tim Doyle, Phil Spronz, and Alex Ruch completed the masterpiece, as the Mustangs got 7 runners across the finish line before any other school got 7 in, including St. Ignatius who won the meet. 
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  • Nash Potter - Buckeye Boys State

    Posted by Dan Mott at 10/28/2014
    Nash Potter


    This past summer, Nash Potter was selected to participate in the American Legion’s Buckeye Boy’s State. He went to Bowling Green State University “not knowing what to expect” he admitted.  He ran for the position Ohio State Representative of House and won the nomination from the city of “Balser.”  He worked as committee leader of Veterans Affairs. I wore his suit to “work” everyday which lasted from about 7:30am-5:00pm every day.  Potter stated “I have never experienced such a sense of brotherhood on any other camp I’ve ever been too.  [The boys I met there] became a group of 30 best friends and I would do anything for any one of those guys.”   

    American Legion Buckeye Boys State is an eight-day hands-on experience in the operation of the democratic form of government, the organization of political parties, and the relationship of one to the other in shaping Ohio government.  Founded in 1936, Buckeye Boys State is the largest Boys State program in the nation with an attendance of over 1,200 young men annually, representing nearly 600 Ohio High Schools, several on-line High Schools, and the Home Schooled Community.

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  • Last Home Game for our SHS Band Leader - Dave Harbart

    Posted by Dan Mott at 10/22/2014
    Dave Harbart  
    Teams may play the game, but it has been the SHS Band that has/is the heart and soul of the Strongsville HS student community!  The leader of that group, Dave Harbart, will be conducting his last home game this Friday night at Catan Stadium.  Come out and join us in our celebration of the SHS leader of TBBITL!  Thanks for all the memories Dave!
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  • Believe in Ohio

    Posted by Dan Mott at 10/6/2014
    Believe in Ohio
    Do you worry about what the future holds for Ohio’s students in a world of constant change?  Will there be jobs for them?  Is Ohio a good place for them to create their future?
    If you are concerned, you need to know about the Believe in Ohio program.
    Believe in Ohio is a free new program from the Ohio Academy of Science that helps high school students prepare for the future.  The program was developed in collaboration with Entrepreneurial Engagement Ohio with the support of the Ohio Board of Regents and the Ohio General Assembly."  
    Strongsville High School is participating in Believe in Ohio. 
    If you'd like more information, contact: 
    Brian Tumino, Assistant Principal (440) 846-4088
    Steve Deitrick, Assistant Principal (440) 846-4088
    Vicki Turner, Supervisor of Instr. Tech 440-572-7067
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  • SHS - 1 Semi-Finalist National Merit

    Posted by Dan Mott at 10/3/2014
    Jeffrey Miles 
    Congratulations to Jeffrey Miles as becoming a Semifinalist in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. and having an opportunity to continue in the National Merit Scholarship competition. He is one of the 16,000 Semifinalists who have met all requirements to advance to Finalist standing in the competition.  The nationwide pool of Semifinalist, representing less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors, includes the highest scoring entrants in each state. National Merit semi-finalist means that he is among the very elite group in the country that have managed to score the highest on the PSAT.  This academically talented high school senior has an opportunity tocontinue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered next spring. To be considered for a Merit Scholarship® award, Semifinalist must fulfill several requirements to advance to the Finalist level of the competition. About 90 percent of the Semifinalist are expected to attain Finalist standing, and more than half of the Finalists will win a National Merit Scholarship, earning the Merit Scholar® title.  We are very proud of Jeffrey. 
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