Campus International High School is the continuation of the highly successful Campus International School, a collaboration between the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and Cleveland State University. Established in 2017, Campus International High School will grow to a full 9-12 high school in 2020-21, completing the collaborative vision of CMSD and CSU to have a true K-16 program on-site.
CIHS is a fully authorized International Baccalaureate World School for the Middle Years (MYP) and Diploma Programmes (DP), offering only the IB Diploma Programme for students in the 11th and 12th grades. Through the IB and Campus International's partnership with Cleveland State University, CIS students have the unique opportunity to earn college credits in multiple ways.
This Isn't The Movies: 25 Years in the Classroom
CIHS Music represented at District 4 OMEA Solo/Ensemble Festival
CIHS Music Department Hosts Fundraiser at Chipotle!!
Campus International celebrates our K-12 IB Authorization at our first annual IB Diploma Candidate Induction Ceremony!
Dr. Buckley-Marudas & Mr. Ellenbogen Honored at the NCTE Annual Convention in Baltimore with "Best Article of 2019" Award from the ALAN Review
8:15 AM - 12:00 PM SAT Exams
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM CIHS 3rd Quarter Awards Assembly
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Campus Conference: Campus "TedX" Event (DP TOK Presentations)
12:30 PM - 7:00 PM CIHS Parent-Advisor Conferences (NO SCHOOL)
CMSD graduates received a boost this year from new Say Yes to Education scholarships that pay up to the full value of tuition. The scholarships may be used at all public colleges and universities and Pell-eligible training programs in Ohio and more than 100 private colleges and universities across the country.
The Ohio Department of Education has requested that we share this Notice of Proposed Class Action Settlement with you in an effort to improve the overall quality of special education and related services given to students with disabilities across the State.
The Cleveland Board of Education has approved a plan for the future of District academic programs and facilities. The board voted 9-0 Tuesday to adopt the plan after the District spent months holding community meetings and collecting feedback.