Press Coverage for week ending January 10, 2015

Boys basketball: North Ridgeville senior hits 3-pointer in OT for victory NORTH RIDGEVILLE — In the grand scheme, Saturday’s non-conference game at North Ridgeville didn’t mean a whole lot. Click on the headline to read The Chronicle Telegram’s story. Firelands Schools honors bus driver Jenny Becker Sixteen years of dedication while rumbling down the road […]

SEMESTER EXAM TIME AT FHS

Beginning on Tuesday, January 13, FHS students will take their Semester Exams on January 13th, 14th, and 15th.  Exams will be administered by period, and a copy of the exam schedule and permission slip are available on the Firelands blog and on the FHS Homepage.  Students who have a scheduled study hall or lunch period […]

Firelands High School Art Student takes Blue Ribbon in Cleveland Clinic eXpressions Creative Writing Competition

A second year Firelands art student achieved first place in the Cleveland Clinic eXpressions creative writing competition. Sophomore Connor Price earned a blue ribbon for “Would’ve”  voicing a parent’s loss of a child. From hundreds of entries, Connor’s work is the only winner from Lorain County. Connor’s writing joins the Red Ribbon art work of […]

Inclement weather

Each year, with the arrival of winter, we like to share information regarding our District’s policy for closing school due to inclement weather conditions. The Superintendent may close the school, dismiss students early or delay the opening of school in the event of hazardous weather. When severe weather exists, we typically begin monitoring roads and facilities […]

Krejci places in Cleveland Clinic eXpressions competition

A third year Firelands art student earned an award in the Cleveland Clinic eXpressions art competition. Junior Victoria Krejci earned a red ribbon (2nd place) for her mixed media sculpture “What Makes the Difference”  illustrating the differences nurses navigate between technology and hand-written recording of patient data. To put this win in perspective, of 25 winning […]

Stay connected to FHS

Mr. Bob Maver, the principal at Firelands High School, is committed to sharing information with students, parents and community members. Principal Maver utilizes the FHS webpage, his twitter account (@FHSFalcnPrin), and now publishes a weekly newsletter, FHS Falcon Flyer 12-8-14. The high school is always busy with a wide variety of activities. Please take a minute to read […]