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Our Mission

In partnership with our families and community, Lakewood City Schools will develop responsible citizens, who are critical and creative thinkers, committed to lifelong learning, invested in a diverse society, and prepared for technological and global opportunities.

News & Announcements

AUTO STUDENTS EARN INVITATION TO COMPETE IN REGIONAL EVENT

Congratulations to Jackson Nugent and Austin Slemc, Auto Technology seniors who have qualified to compete in the 24th Annual Greater Cleveland Automotive Technology Competition on Sunday, February 28, 2016 at the Cleveland Auto Show.  For 2 ½ half hours, Austin and Jackson will be working as a team to identify and address bugs/faults or repair issues on an automobile while teams from other schools work on similar vehicles with similar issues.

These teams were selected as the top performing schools based on a written exam completed earlier in the school year.  Jackson and Austin, representing West Shore Career-Tech, will be competing against teams from Medina County Career Tech, Polaris Career Center, Portage Lakes Career Center and Valley Forge High School.

The winners of the Greater Cleveland-area competition will participate in the National Automotive Technology Competition in New York City.

WEST SHORE STUDENTS WIN SCHOLASTIC ART AWARDS

West Shore Interactive Media students won multiple awards in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards regional competition, with Owen Smith receiving a top award, a Gold Key for his Photography submission, King City.  In total, eight Interactive Media students earned twelve awards across the Photography, Design, Comic Art, Digital Art, and Film & Animation categories.

WEST SHORE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2016-2017

Lakewood High sophomores were shown course offerings available to them in the West Shore Career-Technical District.
During a 2
nd period assembly on Tues, Jan 5th.   The majority of students begin taking West Shore classes in their junior year and continue to completion in their senior year.  With 2016-2017 scheduling right around the corner, it’s time for sophomores to think about their educational opportunities

FUELING INNOVATION

Thanks to a generous grant from Lakewood High PTA West Shore Electronics students are getting more opportunities to tinker and create with electronics.  The PTA donated over $750 to fund littleBits, a platform of easy-to-use electronic building blocks for creating inventions large and small.  With this grant Electronic Technology instructor Andre Bruwer was able to purchase several more kits to expand the breadth of modules students can use to experiment.

“littleBits is a combination of Legos and Mindcraft.  It’s like Legos for electronics.  Students are only limited by their imagination.   We are grateful to the Lakewood High PTA for their support of our program,” remarked Mr. Bruwer.

SPREADING HOLIDAY CHEER AT RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE

On Friday December 4th the junior culinary arts students prepared dinner for the families staying at the Cleveland Ronald McDonald House with funds raised by the West Shore classes.

TASTING EXPERIENCE FOR CULINARY STUDENTS

On Saturday, November 14th, West Shore Culinary Arts junior and senior students traveled to Chef2Chef Foods warehouse on Cleveland’s eastside to experience formal tastings by Chef2Chef Foods.  Students participated in presentations and tastings of olive oils, cheese and chocolate as well as a spice identification session during the morning and spent time with Culinary Institiue of America representatives in the afternoon.

PIZZO RECEIVES CTE PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLAR INVITATION

West Shore Career-Technical student Jonathan Pizzo has been named a CTE - US Presidential Scholar Semifinalist. This is the first year Career Tech Education students from across the nation will be selected for this national recognition from the President of the United States. He is one of only five students chosen from over 120,000 students enrolled in a CTE program throughout Ohio

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