Downtown High School (Columbus, Ohio)

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Columbus Downtown High School
364 South 4th Street
Columbus, Ohio, (Franklin County) 43215
United States
Coordinates 39°57′18″N 82°59′40″W / 39.95500°N 82.99444°W / 39.95500; -82.99444Coordinates: 39°57′18″N 82°59′40″W / 39.95500°N 82.99444°W / 39.95500; -82.99444
Type Public, Coeducational, Vocational high school
Established 2009
School district Columbus City Schools
Superintendent J. Daniel Good, Ph.D.
Director Cheryl Watson
Grades 11-12
Enrollment 650 (2016)
Color(s) Green, Black and White             

Columbus Downtown High School is a public high school and vocational school located in the downtown area of Columbus, Ohio. It is a part of Columbus City Schools. It was built to consolidate, along with the existing Fort Hayes Career Center, three closing career centers (Northeast Career Center, Northwest Career Center, & Southeast Career Center) in the Columbus City Schools district. While a career center, it also functions as a high school with a capacity of 800 students.

Construction on the school was completed in December 2008. The first classes were held on January 5, 2009 with 200 students.


Columbus Downtown High School provides the following career paths for students:

  • Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Services
  • Logistics
  • Information Technology
  • Networking Systems
  • Interactive Multimedia
  • Programming and Software Development
  • Law Enforcement
  • Criminal Justice
  • Cosmetology
  • Culinary Arts
  • Teaching Academy
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Engineering Design
  • Industrial Technology
  • Manufacturing Operations
  • Air Force JROTC

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