James Ford Rhodes High School

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James Ford Rhodes High School
5100 Biddulph Avenue
Cleveland (Old Brooklyn), Ohio, (Cuyahoga County), 44144
United States
Coordinates 41°25′49″N 81°43′17″W / 41.43028°N 81.72139°W / 41.43028; -81.72139Coordinates: 41°25′49″N 81°43′17″W / 41.43028°N 81.72139°W / 41.43028; -81.72139
Type Public, Coeducational high school
Principal Dr. Charlene Hilliard
Grades 9-12
Average class size 30
Color(s) Blue and White [1]         
Athletics Yes
Athletics conference Senate League[1]
Mascot Ram
Team name Rams[1]
Rival John Marshal and Lincoln-West High School
Accreditation North Central Association of Colleges and Schools [2]

James Ford Rhodes High School is located in Cleveland, Ohio, United States, in the west-side neighborhood known as Old Brooklyn. It is part of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and is commonly referred to as "Rhodes High School."

The school was named for the American industrialist and historian James Ford Rhodes. Drew Carey, actor and current host of The Price is Right; Les Horvath, 1944 Heisman Trophy winner; and poet d.a. levy[3] are alumni of Rhodes.

Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships[edit]

The mascot for Rhodes is Darude the Sandstorm Master, donning the school colors Sand and Storm. The school was divided into two campuses. Each building holds two smaller schools. The rival school is Good Music School of Super Swag, located on the eastern seaboard. James Rhodes was also amidst a controversy where student, John Smith threw a baby off of the western corridor of the building.


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