YSU English Festival Sign Ups
Memorial see Mr. R. Kish or Mrs. Rauber
Impact see Mrs. Jennings or Mrs. Livosky
Open to grades 7 - 12
Deadline to register is November 1st
The Class of 2024 kicked off Homecoming Spirit Week by gathering to see the sunrise. The Seniors had a great experience and enjoyed breakfast together.
CMHS - Parent-Teacher Conferences
4:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Please contact the school to
schedule a conference
Conference will be held
In-Person or Via Telephone
All Conferences will be by
Campbell Memorial High School has been awarded the Silver Recognition award for the 2022-2023 school year.
Congratulations to the CMHS P.B.I.S. team, staff and students on implementing the systematic framework that promotes and recognizes positive behaviors.
Community members can drop off wooden items to burn in the gravel lot during school hours or call to schedule a curbside pick up.
330-799-1515 ext: 53320
Class of 2024
Thursday, October 19, 2023
Memorial High School
Save the date....
School Picture Day
October 24th, 2023
Congratulations to Memorial High School’s Distinguished Devils for the month of September!!!
These students were nominated by their teachers for their excellent performance in areas of academics, character, behavior, attendance, and effort.
These students were rewarded with $25 gift card to Barnes & Noble, $5 in Devil Dollars, and a certificate.
We look forward to rewarded six new Distinguished Devils in October!!!
Congratulations to the 2023-2024 Homecoming Court.
Avey Vazquez, Alana Sanchez, Matt Koziorynsky, Annalydia Gonzalez, Jordan Gore, Gabriela Villanueva Santos, Michael Mesaros, Carla Ramirez Ortiz, Adyn Vazquez and Symone Sferra.
Homecoming Parade, 09/29/2023 @ 6:00 p.m.
The Class of 2025 is selling student-designed shirts to fund our prom. Check out the order form below. Thank you!
In order to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, the Memorial Mentors have been working on a bulletin board that spotlights our students and their families. Students enjoyed posing with the flags that represented their family heritage. Check out the display at the Sanderson Entrance at Memorial High School!
The Campbell School District is a very proud and culturally diverse community that takes a sincere interest in the education of its children and families.
Our mission is to provide an educational environment that:
- offers opportunities consistent with each learner's needs and stage of development
- creates exciting, challenging learning experiences
- fosters members of society who are cooperative, self-sufficient, ethical, and responsible
- engages all community members and resources
We are dedicated to meeting the inherent challenges of our evolving educational needs by:
- diversifying our methods of instruction
- making appropriate use of emerging technologies and education processes
- offering experiences that stress values and build character
- providing opportunities for all members of the community to become involved in the life of the school.
By living our mission, we will continue to create pride in self, family, and community.