Stadium entrance
Good Vibes podcast
Project Giving Tree
Kindergarten ROCKS
Uke club
Western BBQ
Band concert
Fall senior night
Lodi Good Samaritan food pantry
Bowling team
CMS Science Class
Cross Country Team Habitat for Humanity
Band seniors
All Sports trophy
Marching band
Field Day
CMS Veterans Day

Colt TV News

May 19, 2023


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High School News

Elisabeth Hilton Elisabeth Hilton: Kiwanis Student of the Month 
Congratulations to Senior Elisabeth Hilton, who has been selected as the Medina Kiwanis May Student of the Month for Cloverleaf High School.

Medina County Health Department Back-to-School Vaccine Clinic Aug. 10
Register now for a vaccine clinic for students entering 7th and 12th grades from 3 to 6 p.m. Aug. 10 at the Cloverleaf Community Recreation Center. 
CHS counselors CHS counseling program receives national honor
Cloverleaf High School is one of just two schools in Ohio – and the only school in the state this year – to receive recognition by the American School Counselor Association for its model school counseling program.
FinalForms New tool for parents: FinalForms
Cloverleaf has partnered with FinalForms – an online student data management service that is replacing our current system, Registration Gateway. FinalForms allows parents to more easily complete and sign their students’ enrollment, back-to-school, and athletic participation forms. You'll be hearing more from your child's school as we make the transition. In the meantime, if you have questions, please reach out to registration secretary Liz Wallace at [email protected] or 330-302-0313.

Summer School Summer school information for students taking high school courses
Cloverleaf offers summer physical education and health classes for middle and high school students, as well as a range of academic classes for high school students. Registration begins May 1.
Bloomz Getting to know Bloomz
Bloomz is Cloverleaf's platform for communication between the school buildings and district families. We've got an online tutorial and how-to information to help you use Bloomz to keep in touch with your child's teachers, coaches and administrators.
Computer Chromebooks available to MCCC students
Cloverleaf is committed to making sure all students have the tools they need to succeed. Cloverleaf students attending the Medina County Career Center are invited to request district-issued Chromebooks for the 2022-23 school year.
2022-23 high school parking passes
Sophomores, juniors and seniors may purchase high school parking passes at the link below. Students must bring their ticket to the attendance secretary to verify and pick up their physical pass. All school fees must be paid in full to receive a pass. The purchase of a pass does not automatically allow students to park in the lot. A physical pass is required. Please click HERE to purchase online.
Feeding Medina County Food resources available
If your family could use assistance with meals during the COVID-19 pandemic, please contact your child's school or Feeding Medina County. Resources are available to help.

    Cloverleaf High School  
      8525 Friendsville Road
      Lodi, OH 44254

      Principal: Gary Miller
      Associate Principal: Bart Randolph
      School Hours:     
      7:40 a.m. to 2:21 p.m.
      Important Numbers
      Attendance: 330-302-0325
      Main Office: 330-302-0328
      Fax: 330-302-0530

Mission of Cloverleaf High School:

The mission of Cloverleaf High School, a campus that exemplifies tradition, pride and excellence is to guarantee all students will have the ability to achieve their goals and possess the skills necessary to become contributing citizens by offering an experiential, innovative, core curriculum with diversified elective courses delivered by a highly qualified staff in a safe, respectful and caring environment.

Upcoming Events


Board of Education Meeting

Wed Jun 21 2023

Board of Education Meeting

Fri Jun 30 2023

Important Dates Calendar

District Calendars

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