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.
4/26/23 -- Students from Civics 2.0 organized this walkout and created a safe space for protestors to share how gun violence has changed their lives.
Student esports athletes from John Marshall Campus and Cleveland High School for Digital Arts competed in the District's first esports tournament.
The opening of Mound Wellness Center, Glenville Wellness Center and Clara E Westropp Wellness Center is a collaboration between MetroHealth and CMSD to provide school-based healthcare services
Rep. Brown hopes to learn more about what issues are important to some of her youngest constituents through her newly formed Youth Advisory Council. Out of the 18 students selected to serve on her council, seven are from the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.
12/20/23 -CMSD News Bureau- The success of FRC (First Robotics Competition) in the District’s high schools continues to attract attention and gain momentum.