Cleveland Journal

Who’s succeeding in AP classes? Depends on how colleges count to five

Abbygail Eleccion and Amanda Nguyen

December 24, 2015

Filed under Academics

Cleveland’s Advanced Placement program may be a diamond in the rough, but teachers and students are working together to optimize the few AP classes offered and build a foundation guaranteeing success on the notorious AP Exam. Whil...

School earns ‘Distinction’ honor for third straight year

From staff reports

December 24, 2015

Filed under Academics, News

For the third year in a row, Cleveland has been named a 2015 School of Distinction. The award recognizes schools across Washington state that are in the top five percentile when it comes to raising academic achievement over f...

Staffagram

Staffagram

November 10, 2015

Love it or hate it, silent reading is here to stay

Amy Ly and Hewan Mengistu

November 10, 2015

Filed under Academics

Despite the many changes this year, it’s the new advisory schedule that has the whole school talking. The new schedule is formatted to give students a more structured advisory. On A days, students are expected to be in advisor...

2015-16 school calendar announced

June 6, 2015

Filed under Academics

From District news reports The good news is students will have a lot more time for that break in February. The bad news is the last day of school is June 23. The Seattle School Board is giving a week-long mid-winter break for the 2015...

Spanish closes the year with another sub

Ramsey Castillo, Kamry Adams, and Jamilette Ruiz

May 16, 2015

Filed under Academics

For the past three years, Cleveland’s Spanish department has been in constant transition. After the departure of Katie Wallace, students were left with numerous substitute teachers until the arrival of Jim Grunewald. But students ...

Making the grade

Making the grade

May 16, 2015

March Madness

March Madness

March 12, 2015

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