Cleveland Heights-University Heights Schools
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Schools have a long tradition of excellence - in teaching and in learning. The school district consists of seven elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. Three school buildings house early childhood and preschool programs.
Merit & Music Programs
Cleveland Heights High School students can earn college credit while still in high school through the Advanced Placement academic program. There are many extra-curricular activities and varsity sports from which to choose. Also, Heights High has a number of National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists and Finalists and National Achievement Semifinalists. The instrumental and vocal music program at Heights High is nationally renowned.
In August 2017, the CHUH District opened the newly renovated Cleveland Heights High School Building. Until 2019, Monticello & Roxboro Middle Schools are combined at Heights Middle School on the Wiley Campus.
Monticello and Roxboro Middle Schools offer programs to meet the needs of the adolescent student. In addition to core academic areas of English, language arts, science, social studies and math, students can take:
- Computer Education
- Foreign Language and Cultures
- Instrumental, Vocal or General Music
- Physical Education
East Cleveland School District
Some students in the Caledonia Neighborhood, of Cleveland Heights, may be considered to be part of the East Cleveland School District and attend Caledonia Elementary School, W.H. Kirk Middle School and Shaw High School.
Private & Parochial Schools
Private and Parochial Schools In addition to our excellent public school system, Cleveland Heights is served by a number of nearby private and parochial schools including the following schools located in Cleveland Heights. View our listing. You can also find a complete list of nearby schools if you call 216-291-2323 or email Community Relations.
For a list of preschools, email Community Relations.