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Chagrin Falls


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Asst. Principal's Message

Assistant Principal's Message

Chagrin Falls High School is an exemplary educational organization dedicated to academic achievement and the promotion of excellence while motivating students to achieve their goals. We value each student as an individual and work diligently to making sure a positive educational experience is had by all. Emphasis is placed on getting involved in the community, joining and participating in extra-curricular activities and seeking to make the school culture an enjoyable place to learn. 

Community involvement is a very important aspect of Chagrin Falls High School. Each student is required to complete 75 hours of community service by their final year of high school in order to participate in Senior Project. This aspect of student life is designed to give back to our community as a way to thank them for their continued support, and to give our students real world experience by helping others.

 In addition to service, we also urge our student body to become involved in a multitude of extra-curricular opportunities, ranging from Student Council to Speech & Debate. This is an excellent chance for students to explore offerings that will help them grow as future leaders and prepare them as they move on to further their education after high school.

 

Communication is also a key component of a successful school and we encourage feedback from parents, community members, students and staff with the intention of bettering our learning community. Please don’t hesitate to call (440-247-2184) or email me at Amanda.Rassi@chagrinschools.org.   
 
 

 

Biography:

Ms. Rassi completed both her undergraduate and graduate work at Kent State University. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Education with a minor in International Business in 2008. Her Master’s degree was obtained in 2013 in the field of Educational Administration. Before arriving in Chagrin Falls, Ms. Rassi was an Assistant Principal for two years, and taught for four years in the Maple Heights City School District.

 
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