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Cincinnati Public invites community to high school showcase

Hughes Zoo Academy Students
Hughes Zoo Academy Students
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Cincinnati Public Schools is the third largest district in Ohio, serving a total of 33,000 children and adolescents. For high school students, the district provides a variety of options to cater to different talents and career paths. To help families decide which high school might be the best choice, CPS is hosting a high school showcase February 6 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Xavier University. Get a sneak peak on just a sampling of the high schools Cincinnati Public Schools has to offer.

Aiken: Located on Belmont Avenue, Aiken uses a project-based approach and computers for every student.

Clark Montessori: This Hyde Park school offers Montessori education for junior high and senior high students.

Hughes: For science, technology, engineering and math lovers, Hughes is the place to be. Hughes students declare a major and some work at the Cincinnati Zoo through the Plant and Animal Sciences program.

School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA): Students hearing a call to Broadway can get there with training from SCPA. Creative writing and visual arts are also offered at SCPA.

Taft Information Technology High School: Taft focuses on technology and students are provided with opportunities to participate in athletics and clubs. In 2010, Taft was awarded a National Blue Ribbon for excellence.

Walnut Hills: A college-preparatory school, Walnut Hills offers a classical education and advanced placement courses.

Woodward Career Technical: Students interested in manufacturing, building technologies and health technologies can get career-ready at Woodward.

The Cincinnati Public Schools High School Showcase will be held February 6, 2014 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Xavier University in the Cintas Center. For more information, visit Cincinnati Public Schools online.

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