For the first time since 2016, Brooklyn High School will offer bowling as an official varsity sport!
Congratulations to Senior Delaney David for being selected 2nd Team All-Ohio in Women's Soccer!
Latest edition features highlights from the Hurricane Marching Band’s performance at The Ohio State University, a spotlight of our senior fall sports student-athletes, and an update on the district’s ongoing capital improvements campaign.
A group of thirty-three Brooklyn High School students took the opportunity to give back to the community by raking leaves at the homes of seventeen Brooklyn residents on Tuesday, November 8th.
Students from Brooklyn High School and Brooklyn School developed a stronger appreciation and knowledge for various artwork, as well as inspiration for their own artistic pursuits during a recent trip to the Cleveland Museum of Art on Tuesday, October 4th.
Approximately thirty Brooklyn High School students from BHS Science teacher Catherine Woodruff’s Physics and Earth Science classes participated in an immersive, hands-on learning experience near the Big Creek Reservation’s Memphis Picnic area.
Congratulations to Brooklyn Preschool and High School on being recognized with the 2021-2022 Bronze Award for Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) by the Ohio PBIS Network and the State Support Team Region 3.
Congratulations to all Brooklyn High School students for a successful and Hurricane Pride filled Homecoming Week!
An online version of the presentation on the Issue 4 Renewal Levy and current Five-Year Forecast can be found at the link below.
The Brooklyn City Schools officially welcomed students back for the 2022-23 school year with excitement and enthusiasm on Wednesday, August 24, 2022.
The Brooklyn City Schools community once again came together for a celebration of Hurricane Pride and a new school year on Thursday, August 18th, with the 2nd Annual Welcome Back to School 2022 Hurricane Community Rally.
The expanded edition features a spotlight of the Brooklyn High School Class of 2022, highlights of student activities and accomplishments during the final weeks of the 2021-22 school year, important district updates, and more.
Jenna jumped an impressive 5 feet 7inches which propelled her to the state championship.
Memorial bench dedicated to the memory of former student Thanasi Filippou.
Brooklyn City Schools Board of Education Vice President Rocky Neale and Member Rob Slattery, along with District Treasurer Colleen Aholt participated in the mock Board Meeting which provided students a real world learning activity.
Davion was awarded the Outstanding Peer Achievement Award which is given to students without disabilities who have served as an outstanding role model by establishing positive relationships with and assisting other students with special needs.