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Excel TECC Marketing Students Attend Marketing Conference

As part of the Excel Tecc marketing program, four Brush Seniors attended a Junior Achievement Marketing Conference in Florida from February 3rd-6th. The students were able to defray the cost of their trip by selling booths and advertisement to the EntrovationCLE tradeshow, a free, one-day expo which showcases innovative entrepreneurs and local Cleveland businesses with out-of-the-box ideas. The show will be held on April 30th at Beachwood High School.  Congrats to future entrepreneurs and business leaders:  Jaylen Perkins, Lindsey Mink, Andre'az Rudloph and Brian Malby.


2015-2016 Winter Newsletter
For news you want and need to know, take a look at our recently released 2015-2016 Winter Newsletter.
Night at the Races

The time is here! Please join us on Saturday, March 12 for our Brown & Gold Benefit ~ Kentucky Derby Night at the Races. We count on your participation for our biggest fundraiser of the year.

The Registration form, Silent Auction Donation form and Horse and Advertising form can be found by clicking read more.  Thank you in advance for your participation!  

Brush Seniors Recognized at 2016 National Signing Day Ceremony

On Wednesday, February 3rd, Brush High School recognized five student-athletes who will be furthering their education and athletic careers next school year. The National Signing Day ceremony was held in the Brush Performing Arts Center. With family members joining them onstage, each of the following Brush seniors formally signed a letter of intent to play a football at their respective college or university: Jordan Overton (University of Buffalo), Jonathan Ayala (Walsh University) and Ameer Jackson (Garden City CC).

Let Your Imagination Fly

The annual Reflections Art Competition, which seeks to celebrate the arts and foster innovation and creativity, was held in December with the theme Let Your Imagination Fly. The competition is open to all students and culminates with a show that took place at Brush High School.  We had great student participation this year and some wonderful work was submitted.  Click "read more" for a list of our 2015 winners and event photos.

Parent-Teacher Conferences - On Line Scheduling Available for Memorial

Parent Teacher Conferences are a valuable time to discuss your child’s academic progress, homework, assessments, and class recommendations for next school year. Please click here to sign up using the Parent Teacher Conference PTC website for Feb. 11th & 17th from 5:30-8:30 p.m.  

Brush Mock Trial Team Makes School History, Advances to Regional Competition

The Charles F. Brush High School Mock Trial team had a strong showing at the recent Ohio Mock Trial Competition sponsored by the Ohio Center for Law Related Education and the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association at the Cuyahoga County Justice Center. Students showcased their mastery of legal prowess, organization and communications skills. Because of their outstanding performance, Brush earned a berth at the regional competition for the first time in school history, which takes place at the Cuyahoga County Courthouse on February 19, 2016. Congratulations on your efforts and for finely representing the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools.


December and January ALA Super Arcs!

Congratulations to the 2015-2016 December and January ALA Super Arcs...Anthony Warshaw, Ronneia Lukerson and Mr. Roach!  So proud of you!  

MLK Holiday Scholar

Congratulations to Elena Flores, a ninth grader at Brush High School that participated in the “Happy Birthday Dr. King!”© Birthday Card Contest and won her grade category. She received a $500 scholarship and trophy in addition to being able to attend the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Breakfast Celebration™. The scholarship and celebration are provided by the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Scholarship Committee of Cleveland. The mission of the MLK Holiday Scholarship Committee is to encourage and to facilitate the celebration of the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., to pass on his legacy to the next generation, to highlight the creative genius of our youth and to honor an adult whose work in and commitment to the Greater Cleveland Community brings us closer to Dr. King’s ideal of “The Beloved Community”.  

Greenview Gatorball

Greenview students and teachers recently participated in a Gatorball event. Three student teams and one teacher team competed against each other in the assemblies. Gatorball is a version of volleyball, where 4 teams compete simultaneously. Thanks go to Mr. Commander for organizing this fun event.

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