Bratenahl High School


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Bratenahl High School

In a desperate attempt to retain a separate school district from that of Cleveland, Bratenahl opened its own high school. Before July 1968, a high school had to have a minimum of 240 students. That standard changed to require a school to offer a minimum number of credit hours rather than the pupil stipulation. Bratenahl opened a high school with only 70 pupils but enough credit hours to offer. This did not safeguard the district's fate, however. Instead, the battle had only just begun.

Image Courtesy of Cleveland State University. Michael Schwartz Library. Special Collections.


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