Clyde High School (Ohio)
|Clyde Senior High School|
|School district||Clyde-Green Springs Exempted Village School District|
|Principal||William "Joe" Webb|
|Color(s)||Blue and gold|
|Athletics conference||Sandusky Bay Conference|
|Newspaper||Race Street Journal|
Clyde High School (CHS) is a public high school in Clyde, Ohio, United States. It is the only high school in the Clyde-Green Springs school district. The school nickname is the Fliers. Most students live in Clyde or Green Springs, while a number come from neighboring Bellevue or Fremont, due to open enrollment.
In 2010, Clyde High School was renovated with funding from the Ohio School Facilities Commission and local voters. Upgrades to the building included an auxiliary gymnasium, additional administrative office space, whole-building air conditioning, an enlarged cafeteria, and a new main entrance to the school.
A new wing was added to the building in the late 1990s, including updated science labs, a new media center, and additional classrooms and lockers. This addition was funded with a voter levy.
In 2005, the school received a performing arts wing, including rehearsal rooms for bands and choirs and an auditorium, which seats over 800 — enough for the entire CHS student body. The space was funded by private donation pledges and a voter levy. It replaced the auditorium that stood at the old McPherson Middle School, which was constructed in 1912.
Clyde competes in the Sandusky Bay Conference.