Euclid High School

Euclid Secondary Summer School Program

The primary goal of the Euclid Secondary Summer School Program is to provide students with the opportunity to earn remedial credit for courses in major subject areas that students were not able to earn credit for during the regular school year. We, at the Elementary and Secondary Summer School, will be doing our utmost to help students reach their educational goals. We hope tht students and parents will cooperate with us in the achievement of those goals. 

Euclid Panthers Football

Euclid Panthers Football invites all new and current middle and high school students to join its program. Please download the attached flyer for more information. 


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Welcome Euclid Panthers and Panther Families!

We are very excited to complete another year of change, growth, and success with your children! At Euclid High School we strive to provide relevant, rigorous instruction in every lesson, to every student, every day.

The mission of Euclid High School is to nurture the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional development of its students, by providing high-quality curriculum and instruction in a positive learning environment. Our mission is to educate and graduate students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to become productive, informed citizens of a diverse society.

The students of Euclid High School are provided with numerous opportunities to be challenged as they learn through rigorous high school courses, including career and technical education courses and college credit courses (CCP). As part of our requirements, students are expected to have four years of English, four years of math, three years of science, and three years of social studies. Students will also choose from a wide variety of elective courses such as engineering, robotics, music, art, foreign language, child development, and personal wellness. We have approximately 2100 students in grades 8-12, and we use a seven-period schedule with every student given the opportunity for intervention and enrichment daily from 2:00-2:15 PM.

I welcome your involvement as we work to provide the best possible education to the students of the Euclid community. I encourage you to contact me with your ideas, suggestions, and concerns.


Janis M. Svoboda
[email protected] 

Contact Us

24 Hour Attendance Line 
Main Number
Andre Rudolph, Head Principal
Diane Iosue, Head Principal's Secretary
Kristen Schutte, Assistant Principal - SPED
Sue Negolfka, Assistant Principal Secretary
Melissa Godina, Assistant Principal - C&I
Lenore Strodtbeck, Assistant Principal Secretary

John Pinto, 8th/9th Grade Dean of Students
Annie Anderson, 8th/9th Grade Secretary
Emily Hunt, 10th Grade 
Dean of Students
Kacy Hinojosa, 10th Grade Secretary
Anne Obradovich, 11th/12th Grade 
Dean of Students
Debbie Miezin, 11th/12th Secretary
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