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Tiffin City Schools, in partnership with students, families, and the community, will create a learning environment where all students achieve at their full learning potential.
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Columbian High School is part of the Tiffin City Schools located in Seneca County, Ohio.  A public high school with approximately 850 students, Columbian Tornadoes take pride in producing well rounded graduates that are educationally ready for their next journey in life.  Welcome to our website!
 
Tiffin City Schools’ mission is to create and promote learning environments where ALL students will be provided the opportunities to achieve at their fullest learning potential.  We want all Tiffin City Schools’ graduates to leave us college and/or career ready. We are encouraging more of our students to participate in Advanced Placement (AP) classes, College Credit Plus (CCP) and Career Technical Education (CTE).  So, what does this mean and how do we make it happen?
 
It is frequently said that one of the goals of high school improvement is to make sure all students graduate “college and/or career ready.” However, as often as this promise is reiterated, there is still misunderstanding about what it actually means.  Simply put, “college and career readiness” refers to the knowledge and skills high school graduates must have in English and Mathematics.  This includes, but is not limited to, reading, writing communications, teamwork, critical thinking and problem solving.  Having this knowledge and skill is the key to being successful in any and all future opportunities.  Readiness for college and/or careers depends on more than English and Mathematics knowledge.  Success after high school depends on the knowledge, habits, skills and character that come from a rigorous and well-rounded high school experience.
 
 

News & Announcements

AP US History Field Trip

The AP US History class visited the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood. The class took a holocaust tour and heard from a child survivor.

Academic Letter Breakfast

126 students qualified for the Academic Letter Breakfast held on April 3 at Camden Falls. Dr. Ron Schumacher, President of Terra State Community College was the guest speaker.

Design Class Racing Their Designs!

This semester’s design class reinvented lockers for 21st century learners, engineered racecars that were powered by the potential energy of rubber bands, and investigated how to design a better playground for elementary students. Find a problem! Investigate! Brainstorm! Collaborate! Sketch! Prototype! Redesign! Reflect! GET TO KNOW THE PROCESS!

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