Medina High School Receives Cleveland Clinic Banner School Recognition
Medina High School has been recognized by the Cleveland Clinic Office of Government and Community Relations’ Civic Education Department as a Cleveland Clinic Banner School. This award recognizes Medina High School’s noteworthy success in leveraging community resources to advance student learning.
The department offers programs designed to promote health and wellness, academic achievement, and career preparedness for students in grades K-12. This award is in part due to the efforts of Kelli Offenberger and Kelly Kriner, language arts teachers at the high school. They have worked hard to implement the Cleveland Clinic eXpressionsⓇ program as part of their classroom enrichment. This is a distinction earned by fewer than 39% of the 125 schools and educational organizations in seven states that participated in Civic Education programming this year.