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Brush Hosts 2nd ArcFit Family Wellness Night

K-6 students and parents joined together for a night of fun and fitness at Brush High School during its 2nd Annual ArcFit Family Wellness Night.

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Posted Friday, March 15, 2019

*** CANCELLED***30th Annual BHS Show Choir Festival on March 9, 2019*** CANCELLED

Regrettably we announce that effective immediately the 30th Annual BHS Show Choir Festival, scheduled for tomorrow, March 9, 2019 has been cancelled.

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Posted Friday, March 8, 2019

Another Win for Brush Academic Team!

The Brush Academic Team competed last Saturday at Copley High School which hosts the largest tournament in the state.  They brought home a championship trophy by going undefeated in their division, which qualifies them to compete at Regionals in early April.  Congratulations to Rebecca Rossi, Zach Lashley, Owen Seddon, John Drury, Isaac Alexander, Seth Martin, and Brune Boukobza!

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Posted Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Red Cross Blood Drive

The Brush National Honor Society is excited to announce extended hours for our upcoming Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. We are encouraging staff members across the district, as well as community members, to get involved in our effort to save lives!!!  Our extended hours run from 2-6 p.m.  You can sign up online by clicking here and entering sponsor code Brush or by calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). By registering, you will secure a timeslot for yourself.

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Posted Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Students Represent Brush at Local Art Exhibit

Congratulations to Jake Young, Krystal Simmons, Julia Kiefer and Sloane Boukobza for proudly representing Brush at the recent Ileen Kelner Juried High School Art Show.  Their artwork work is currently on display at the Beachwood Community Center.

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Posted Friday, February 22, 2019

Black History Living Legends Chess Tournament

Fifteen African American women were honored as part of the second annual Black History Living Legends High School Chess Tournament that took place at Charles F. Brush High School last week. Before the chess playing began, notable local African American women were recognized, including Dr. Myrna Loy Corley, Diane Gary Bloodsaw, Marsha A. Mockabee, and Gail R. Reese. After the ceremony, students from Cleveland Heights-University Heights, Shaw, Glenville, Ginn Academy, John Hay, Warrensville Heights and Solon High School competed in various chess matches. This Chess Tournament and the recognition of these distinguished African American women from Northeast Ohio was intended to celebrate Black History Month in a meaningful way. Special thank you to Sara Ballou and her Brush High School vocalists who performed the Black National Anthem before the festivities began.

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Posted Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Brush 9th Graders Volunteer at MedWish

On Friday, February 15, Brush 9th graders spent the morning volunteering at MedWish in Cleveland. The class of 2022 packaged medical supplies for third world countries, and their hard work will help save lives around the globe.

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Posted Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Brush Boys Basketball WRC Champs For 3rd Year in a Row!

A note from Coach Mason...What an amazing season it’s been! YOUR Brush Boys Basketball Program has done it again, WRC Champions for the 3rd year in a row! Not in our schools history has this been done before. Our young men are making memories that will stay with them a lifetime, even further solidifying what we always say to them that it’s about more than just basketball. None of this would have been possible without the support of our district and our community. 
 
Speaking on behalf of myself, my coaching staff, and all of our student athletes we appreciate all that you do. The words of encouragement to our players and coaches, taking the time to come out and watch a home game, traveling with us across the conference, and even just talking about the great things my guys are doing to a neighbor or friend all adds up. 
 
It’s been a great season and we are looking forward to continuing into the post season with all of you there to cheer us on! 
 
Please click here to view a video showcasing our Students, School District and Community!

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Posted Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Brush Junior Owen Seddon Invited to 2019 Individual Player National Championship Tournament

Owen Seddon, a junior at Charles F. Brush High School, was recently invited to the 2019 Individual Player National Championship Tournament in Chicago, Illinois, making him one of only 96 students to earn this opportunity in the entire country.  Mr. Seddon was extended this coveted invitation, due to his impressive competition record throughout this past season. Although quiz bowl challenges are generally team-oriented, this particular opportunity is individual in nature and will take place during the first week of April 2019. As this is only the 2nd year for the Individual Player National Championship Tournament, Owen is given the extraordinary chance to finely represent himself, his family and the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools with this invitation. Congratulations to Owen Seddon and all the best on this upcoming competition.

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Posted Friday, February 15, 2019

Chess Tournament at Brush

For the second consecutive year, Charles F. Brush High School will be host to the Black History Living Legends High School Chess Tournament on Wednesday, February 13, 2019, beginning at 3:05 p.m. in Welser Gymnasium. This tournament, which earned high praise during its inaugural event last year, invites high school chess players from throughout Greater Cleveland, including from Cleveland Heights-University Heights, Shaw, Glenville, Ginn Academy, John Hay, Warrensville Heights and Solon High School to face-off in friendly interscholastic competition. As very special guests to this Chess Tournament, 15 notable African American women from Northeast Ohio will be recognized before all participants as a way to commemorate the significance of Black History Month. Please plan to support our very own, as well as our visiting student chess players, along with the 15 African American women honorees who will add a heightened level of notoriety and prestige to this annual high school chess tournament.

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Posted Wednesday, February 13, 2019

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