Adam Warren started working as a custodian for Columbus City Schools when he was just 21. Now, he is a seasoned worker, with a wealth of knowledge he acquired in the past 16 years he’s been with the District.
Beyond the likes, shares, and status updates, Columbus Downtown High School students got a unique opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at Meta’s New Albany data center.
The students of CCS were in for a delightful treat as The String Queens (TSQ), a renowned trio, returned to collaborate with the Save The Music Foundation (STM), presenting their musical masterclass to students.
For many drivers, it can be tempting to glance down at their phones when they receive a notification. However, Fort Hayes students are learning that even a moment with their eyes off the road is too long.
Superintendent/CEO Dr. Angela Chapman provides a message to our students, families, and community about her plan for moving the District forward.
Still on a high note after sweeping the Southern Heritage Classic Battle of the Bands, Linden-McKinley STEM Academy’s band, can’t help but wonder what amazing feats it will conquer next.
Columbus City Schools Board of Education Approves Resolution of Statement of Facts and Talking Points about November 7, 2023 Tax Levy
In a resolution approved by the Columbus City Schools Board of Education, Superintendent/CEO Dr. Angela Chapman outlined her vision for the District.
Columbus continues to keep its promise to Columbus City Schools (CCS) students by providing a tuition-free scholarship opportunity for higher education through Columbus State Community College (CSCC).
Main Phone: (614) 365-6681
High School Office: (380) 997-5640
Attendance Phone (HS) : (380) 997-6179
Career Center Office: (380) 997-6130
Attendance Phone (CC) : (380) 997-6139
School Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Fort Hayes Metropolitan Education Center
546 Jack Gibbs Blvd.
Columbus, OH 43215