At North Olmsted High School, there is a rich culture of athletics, clubs and other extracurricular groups. Clubs and sports offer students an opportunity to try something new, to showcase their talents or to be a part of a community. Like many American high schools, North Olmsted’s extracurricular atmosphere is dominated by athletics. Sports are an excellent way to get involved and to show school spirit, and so often they steal the limelight when it comes to community recognition. An unfortunate side effect to this ubiquitous fact of high school is that many clubs and lesser known groups are left in obscurity, with citizens not knowing of their existence. One such group is the North Olmsted Academic Team.
David Wooster and Joe DeSalvo are two local Marines born over 70 years apart connected by a shared commitment to their country.
Meet Paul Turek, one of the gregarious personalities behind the North Olmsted Recreation Center front desk.
Meet Danielle Lajko, a North Olmsted High School SITES student volunteering at City Hall as part of the school’s Social Involvement Through Education and Service program.
Meet Jenny Taylor, a lifelong North Olmsted resident dedicated to making North Olmsted a great place to call home.
Meet Tak Sato, a North Olmsted resident working tirelessly to enrich the lives of Northeast Ohio’s senior citizens through technology education and instruction.
Meet Beth Roshetko, North Olmsted’s 2017 Citizen of the Year!
There are a number of spectacular teachers and faculty working within the North Olmsted School System. One such individual is Charlie Sexstella, a diligent and driven educator who is always working towards making North Olmsted High School a great learning environment for his students.
Meet Stephy Abbruzzese, one of North Olmsted’s most compassionate and outgoing residents!
North Olmsted has long been a community tied to deep historical roots, and few people are more familiar with this history than Dale Thomas.