Alliance, Bellaire-Puritas host High School Fair

March 2, 2017

Alliance, Bellaire-Puritas host High School Fair

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Join the Transformation Alliance, Bellaire-Puritas Development Corporation and the Cleveland Metropolitan School District as we host our West Side High School Fair on March 2, 2017, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at the John Marshall High School Campus, 3952 W. 140th Street, Cleveland, OH  44111.

This event is geared to families of 6th-, 7th- and 8th-grade students from district, private and charter schools in Cleveland.

Learn more about 17 quality west side and downtown CMSD high schools. You know your child best -- set them up for a lifetime of success by choosing the right high school for their interests. Learn more about these schools:

  • Bard High School Early College
  • Campus International High School
  • Cleveland High School for Digital Arts
  • Davis Aerospace & Maritime Academy
  • Facing History New Tech
  • Garrett Morgan High School
  • John Marshall School of Civic and Business Leadership
  • John Marshall School of Engineering
  • John Marshall School of Information Technology
  • Lincoln-West School of Global Studies
  • Lincoln-West School of Science and Health
  • Max Hayes High School
  • MC2STEM High School
  • New Tech West
  • Rhodes College and Career Academy
  • Rhodes School of Environmental Studies
  • Thomas Jefferson International Newcomers Academy


Tour the three high schools on the John Marshal campus:

  • School of Civic and Business Leadership
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Information Technology

Got Questions? Get Answers!

Our Q&A panel discussion will feature students, parents and educators ready to give honest, helpful advice.

  • Music by Radio One's DJ 1+2
  • Meet Z107.9's Bijou Star
  • Win prizes and giveaways
  • Free dinner
  • Free $20 gift card to first 50 families

Community Ally: Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority

Funded in part by the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation.


Alliance, Bellaire-Puritas Development host fair for families of 6th to 8th grade district, private and charter school students