Located in Cleveland's historic Ohio City neighborhood, Garrett Morgan High School is a place where students learn to use the same industry-leading 3D-design software used by companies like Pixar and explore aerodynamics, astronautics and space life science.
Students can choose from the following Project Lead the Way pathways:
Engineering, where you will be empowered to step into an engineer's role and adopt a problem-solving mindset. Activities allow you to become engaged in real-world challenges and become a better collaborator and thinker.
Biomedical Science, where you'll explore and find solutions to today's most pressing medical challenges and work with the same equipment and tools used by professionals in the areas of human medicine, physiology, genetics, microbiology and public health.
Garrett Morgan's emphasis on healthy living for students, staff and the community has earned it Ohio's first-ever national gold award in the Healthy Schools Program.
The school also offers:
a small, personalized learning environment.
the opportunity to earn industry credentials.
daily classroom yoga sessions, an evening walking club and NuLife Fitness classes.
the opportunity to enroll in college courses to earn college credit.
access to weekly career webinars to jump-start career plans.
Some people dream of driving a race car, while others dream of building one, and that's exactly what 30 students from Davis A&M, Garrett Morgan and Max Hayes high schools did over about five-week period this fall.