Cleveland Journal

The brothers of World Class Men

Building up brothers

April 2, 2016

College-bound students face new version of SAT

Abbygail Eleccion, Staff reporter

April 2, 2016

Getting a high SAT score is like winning the lottery, except it takes a lot more work. The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) provides a standardized assessment for students across the country. For high school seniors who want to...

wasSUP Wednesday to touch on racial stereotypes, identity

Amanda Nguyen, Staff reporter

April 2, 2016

Amidst the social uprising that is splitting the world into fractions based on identity, the diverse community at Cleveland is a rare gem. As a school inundated with minority groups, students generally only experience mitig...

Long-term substitute teacher Peter Henry has filled in for multiple departments at Cleveland. His tie-dyed shirts have made him popular among students.

The real MVP

February 15, 2016

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

Abbygail Eleccion and Amanda Nguyen

December 24, 2015

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

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...

Ray Garcia-Morales is the new Vice Principal for the School of Engineering and Design.


November 10, 2015

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