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music Brush Orchestra Delivers Strong Performance

The Brush Orchestra gave a recent and strong performance at the State Orchestra this past weekend. Overall, the team earned a numeric score of “2” which is equivalent to an EXCELLENT RATING. According to Brush Orchestra Director, Kristina Baric, Brush students performed extremely well and maintained a highly professional demeanor throughout the entire competition. The Brush Orchestra features a variety of students in grades 9 through 12, who have positioned themselves in this organization, to demonstrate their performing arts talents. Congratulations!   

ice cream Brush School Climate Committee Hosts Ice Cream Social to Reward Student Achievement

The Brush School Climate Committee recently hosted an Ice Cream Social to reward students from each grade level who earned a 3.0 GPA or higher during the 1st semester.  The event took place in the cafeteria during 7th and 8th period.  Over 100 students from each grade level were recognized for academic achievement by the Brush School Climate Committee.  Gordon Food Service generously donated half of the ice cream cups for students to enjoy during the social.  Participating students found the experience of being recognized and appreciated for their hard work and classroom achievement extremely rewarding.  

chess Chess Club Hosts First Tournament

On February 13 the Charles F. Brush High School Chess Club hosted its first annual Black History Legends Chess Tournament to honor living legends Ms. Bernice Holland and Mr. Harrison Dillard who both participated in the 1948 Olympics. We had eight different school districts and thirteen different high schools participate. Shaker Heights took 1st place, Charles F. Brush took  2nd place and Solon High took 3rd. It was an outstanding event .  

fashion Brush Prom Fashion Show

Please join us for the annual Brush Prom Fashion Show on Friday, March 2 at 7 p.m. in the Brush Performing Arts Center. This event is a fundraiser to help support the seniors' After Prom.  Money raised will help assure that the seniors have a safe & fun After Prom event.  Click here for more info. Additionally, the After Prom committee is looking for Pre K-4th grade boys and girls who would be interested in walking the runway with a senior.  For more information on the participation of the elementary school children, please click here.  

chipotle Vocal Music Boosters Chipotle Fundraiser

Show your team spirit by joining us for a fundraiser to support Brush Vocal Music Boosters. Come in to the Chipotle at 24651 Cedar Road in Lyndhurst on Monday, February 26th between 5:00 p.m. and 9:00.p.m. Bring in this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Brush Vocal Music Boosters.  

math 5th and 6th Graders Participate in Local Math Competition

Greenview 5th and 6th grade students participated in the Greater Cleveland Conference of Teachers of Mathematics (GCCTM) competition on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at John Carroll University.  The competition required students to work in teams to solve math problems from a variety of categories.  Schools from across Northeast Ohio participated in the conference, including teams from Cleveland Heights and Laurel School.  A big thank-you to Mrs. Delgado and Mrs. Newhouse for serving as advisers for the Greenview team and helping to coordinate the competition.    

art Brush Students Participating in Art Show Hosted by Beachwood Arts Council

The SEL Schools are proud to announce that Brush students Kourtney Williams, Lauren Radacker, Jalen Hill, and Justin Hearne will be participating in the Beachwood Arts Council’s Ileen Kelner Juried High School Art Show! The competition will spotlight the incredible talent and artwork by students from twenty-six area high schools.   The student’s art teachers are Hadley Conner, Sarah Curry and April Lewis.  

harris Memorial Boxer Has Olympic Goal

The 2024 Summer Olympic Games will be held in Paris, The City of Lights, and one Memorial Junior High School student wants to be there, and in the spotlight, as a member of the United States boxing team.   That student is 13-year-old eighth-grader Quincy Harris, who is well on track to achieve that goal. Quincy, trained by his father, onetime boxer Rodney Harris, is currently ranked second in the United States in the 138-pound weight class for his age group.  Click here for more.  

basketball Brush Arcs Win WRC Championship for Second Consecutive Year

The SEL Schools would like to congratulate the Brush Boys Varsity Basketball Team, which won their second consecutive WRC Championship on Tuesday Night, clinching at least a share of the conference title with a 65-55 win over Kenston. The Arcs were led by the stellar performance of 6-9 Sophomore, John Hugley, who finished the night with 23 points, and who has averaged nearly 18 points per game, over the last four contests.  

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