Congratulations, Mrs. Moore!

Congratulations to Mrs. Tiffany Moore, Clay Art Teacher!

Mrs. Moore was one of 13 recipients of the Ohio Art Education Association Outstanding Art Teacher Award! Mrs. Moore's accomplishment will be recognized as part of the OAEA's annual Professional Development Conference in November. 

Great job!

Clay High School Commencement Ceremony 2024

Clay High School's 84th Commencement Ceremony was held on Sunday, May 26, 2024, at 3:00 PM.

Noah Jacob Benner; Bryan Ray Biggs, Jr.; Mallory Ann Cassidy *^%; Abby MIchelle Clausing *^%; Morgan Leanne Cline ^=; Jessyka Grace Davis %; Elliana Nicole Downs; Kaidyn Olivia Fannin; Kenneth Michael Fowler III %; Carson Holschuh; Olivia Nicole Howard; Delaney Rose James *^#+%; Alex Ray Keeton; Megan Elizabeth King *^+%; Austin Michael Knauff /=; Alexander Matthew Lockert; Marcus Jae Lunsford; Chloe Evelyn Maddix; Brandon Jay Malone; Jersie Elizabeth Marie Marchand ^; Marissa Aisling Mogan %; Chloe Marie Mustain; Keegan Michael Newman; Ambria Marie Ratcliff; Shaelyn Rakel Rawlins; Gracie Mae Rideout Ward ^=; Jaira Audrey Roberts *^%; Jacob Lewis Robibson %@; Gracelyn Faye Ross; Aidan Vaughn Smith ^/=; Damone James Sparks; Delaney Paige Staker %; Noah Scott Steele; Charles Franklin Swartz III %; Marshall Duane Thornton II; & Eric Wang ^+

* National Honor Society
+ Honors Diploma
# Award of Merit
^ Principals' Award
% Key Club
= Career Technical Honor Society
@ Eagle Scout

Class Flowers: Peonies
Class Colors: Light blue, light pink
Class Song: "Prayer," by Kendrick Lamar
Class Motto: "Long story short, I survived." by Taylor Swift 

The Class of 2024 has been offered over $340,000 in scholarships.  During the past 22 years, the graduating seniors have been offered over $8 million in scholarships.

Clay High School Achieves Momentum Award

Clay High School Achieves Momentum Award


Clay High School was recently acknowledged as a recipient of the Ohio Department of Education and Workforce’s Momentum Award for results on the 2022-2023 state report card. 

This award is presented to schools that have improved their performance index by three (3) or more points from the 2021-2022 report card to the 2022-2023 report AND received a value-added rating of four (4) or more stars.  

Clay High School was one of only three (3) high schools of ten (10) total schools in Region 15 to earn this remarkable accomplishment. Region 15 comprises schools from Lawrence, Pike, Ross, and Scioto counties.  

Congratulations to Clay High School students, teachers, staff, and families for your commitment to academic excellence!  Great job, Panthers!

 

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