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Distance Learning to Continue at Start of Fall 2020

Beginning on the 17th of August, 2020, Invictus High School will resume instruction via our distance-learning model only, with plans to potentially return to school buildings later in the fall semester. This decision means:
• students will continue to receive instruction via web-based platforms like Google meet;
• students will be provided with an Invictus High School hosted email to have continuous access to email services and a shared Google calendar for students;
• students may continue to complete their schoolwork via our computer-based learning platform;
• teachers are available via telecommuting and online learning sessions;
• students with questions may reach out for assistance via our online platform, telephone, or email (click here for a full staff directory of the downtown campus, east campus, or west campus);
• Phone calls to the school will continue to be managed by a small team who stand ready to answer questions and/or make appropriate connections;
• and our enrollment specialists will manage new enrollments remotely.

Invictus High School to Offer Limited End of Course (EOC) Testing On-site

Although the school buildings remain closed out of caution for the safety and wellness of our students, families, faculty, and staff, the Invictus High School System is aware that some of our students need to complete EOC exams.

Invictus High School will offer End of Course testing in a socially distanced and exclusively scheduled setting on-site beginning 30 November 2020 and ending 17 December 2020.

To determine if you need to complete an EOC or to schedule an EOC exam, please contact your homeroom teacher directly.

Updated Information - Building Closures, Graduation and other Events

As you may be aware, on Monday, Governor DeWine announced that K-12 school buildings will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic year.  In light of this announcement, the Invictus High School System will continue to offer education to our students only through our online/distance learning model through our last day of instruction for the 2019/2020 academic year—26 June, 2020.

Invictus High School Student Saves Lives

IHS student Stephen William Wood and his cousin acted quickly this winter when they saw a woman and her young child potentially in danger. The two contacted emergency services and ensured the safety and warmth of the family until help arrived. They have been recognized by the police, Maple Heights City Hall, and we want to recognize them for their heroism as well.
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