Freshmen transition to high school with AVID* classes that introduce them to the school’s four pathways to graduation. AVID is a curriculum that supports students with transition to high school, their matriculation through high school, and preparing for post-secondary opportunities .
Engaging in real world challenges, students in this pathway engage with their classmates to solve real world problems, building their critical thinking and collaborative skills. Classes include but not limited to robotics and digital electronics. Students will be able to receive exciting internships within the engineering pathway.
Media Arts Engineering
Engaging with the how and why of media arts applications, students in this pathway have the opportunity to earn certifications in the field while gaining 21st Century job skills in a rapidly expanding arts field. Students will be able to receive internships and certifications within Media Arts.
Engaging in activities that allow scholars to into the role of biomedical professionals to explore the areas of medicine, physiology and public health, students in this pathway work with the same equipment and tools used in the workplace – 11th and 12th grade students only.
Engaging in a traditional college and career preparatory curriculum, students will have a the opportunity to explore a variety of career options without committing to a pathway. Partnering with the New West Side High School to allow for shared experiences in science and liberal arts. Students will be able to take collegiate level classes as they matriculate through high school.
In partnership with the New West Side High School, Garrett Morgan students share experiences in science and liberal arts
According to the College Board, 20,000 institutions worldwide offer Advanced Placement courses. Only 818 schools in the in the world – and just 17 in Ohio -- earned the award.
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.
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.