John Marshall School of Engineering is an innovative school that promotes engineering practices in the everyday lives of students. Students design and build robots, construct energy-efficient cars, and explore green technology Math, science and engineering courses offer hands-on experiences through Design Lab and Maker Space Lab.
9th and 10th grade students are exposed to general engineering principles that will prepare them for the rigor of their chosen pathway. As students advance to 11th and 12th grade, they begin to focus on an engineering pathway that will lead to industry-recognized credentialing, college readiness, and the opportunity to receive college credit.
Student esports athletes from John Marshall Campus and Cleveland High School for Digital Arts competed in the District's first esports tournament.
CMSD relaunched its Get 2 School, You Can Make It attendance campaign Wednesday, with speakers at a pep rally providing words of inspiration and telling students about the importance of attending school every day.
The True2U program is seeking mentors to help CMSD eighth graders begin to chart their futures. The volunteer mentors will work with the students throughout the year to help them explore their strengths and interests, think about career possibilities and select which CMSD high school is best for them.
A new school year is almost here, bringing with it a number of things that are new and different. While most schools won’t start classes until Aug. 22, some high schools that operate year-round will welcome ninth graders on Monday and other students on Tuesday. Several other schools will return Monday, Aug. 8.