Second Harvest will distribute food at Steele High School on January 27th from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Please RSVP and contact Amherst School Social Workers Jill Maiorca or Katie Krichbaum with any questions.
Welcome to Marion L. Steele High School, a four-year high school with approximately 1,300 students. Here at Steele, our goal is to assist students in finding their individual pathway for success.
We are proud to offer 11 Advanced Placement (AP) courses, the most College Credit Plus offerings in Lorain County, a valued partnership with Lorain County JVS, award-winning Band, Choir, Orchestra, and Theatre programs, an international learning experience through travel abroad, and two specialty programs in Medical Health Technology and Steele News Live!
Follow @SteelePrincipal, @aharigan, and @MrToney2 on Twitter for all the latest Marion L. Steele High School news. Please also check this website and our Steele Report newsletter frequently for updates as the year progresses.
The building is open to students at 7:35 a.m. Our school day begins promptly at 7:45 a.m. Students are dismissed at 2:45 p.m. Office hours are from 7:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Parents and/or guardians should call the attendance line at 440-988-5230 to report a student absence.
Joe Tellier, Principal
Nick Toney, Assistant Principal, Grades 9 & 10
Ashley Harigan, Assistant Principal, Grades 11 & 12
Casey Wolf, Athletic Director
Please read today's update from Superintendent Steve Sayers!
The students of EcoLeague have gathered some thoughts on how everyone can better themselves and our environment. Check out their daily ideas for the month of January!
Please review this important update regarding the return to school tomorrow.
Reno Contipelli, from the Ohio Schools Boards Association recognized Marc Zappa, Valerie Neidert, and Ron Yacobozzi for their years of service at the December 22nd Board of Education meeting.