Hillside campus 5400 Red Bank Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 513.271.9027 Doherty campus 2726 Johnstone Place Cincinnatio, Ohio 45206|
The never a dull moment school
You hear it all the time: we’re like a family here at Seven Hills. Parents chat easily with teachers, students join with classmates as well as students in other grades pursuing similar passions, and many Seven Hills friendships span the school years and beyond. Whether we’re cheering wildly for a Stinger basketball win or reveling in the jazzy mood of the saxophones at the spring Coffee House, we encourage students to get involved, take new risks, and find their passions.
During and after the school day, students gather in smaller groups to prepare for state-level Latin competitions, share a French meal and conversation, or edit poetry and short stories for the student literary magazine. New students quickly enter the fold as well, bringing their own unique talents and forming new friendships.
Our clubs, which meet at lunch, hum with the same energy that warms our classrooms as students participate with the expectation that there’s something to discover—a keener chess strategy, new insight into the African-American experience, more powerful ways to care for the environment. Many of our clubs are born out of students’ own interests, organized by student effort, and fueled by enthusiastic, high-powered student energy.
Students can also connect with Seven Hills parents and alums to find opportunities for summer internships in their particular fields of interest. Our alums also fill in our current students about college life, and how Seven Hills prepared them for success.
Ultimately, our clubs and activities don’t just connect us with each other; they allow students to connect with different sides of themselves. So, it’s not unusual to find an athlete writing a play review for the school newspaper, or a budding physics scholar photographing the Vocal Valentines for our student yearbook. In our Seven Hills community, students step into creative and responsible roles; they learn to contribute fully to others while becoming fully themselves.
|7 Up Club|
Bring students together in an organized way to discuss issues and plan activities such as Pep Rallies, Homecoming and dances. The main goal is to develop spirit in the school for its extracurricular sporting events, to encourage the classes to interact with each other and encourage the whole community to have pride in our school.
Compete in academic competitions with other area high schools throughout the year.
|African American Awareness|
Provide education and awareness of Black issues; offer support to the Black Community and provide a sense of diversity and awareness of African-American culture at Seven Hills.
|American Sign Language Club|
Immerse yourself in Japanese Culture with popular Japanese animations. The club also gives students an insight into Japanese life.
Watch a wide variety of cartoons during the lunch bell.
Members play and learn chess. They also hold organized tournaments.
Broaden the knowledge of the Seven Hills community about Chinese holidays, culture, movies, music and food.
|Community Service Club|
Do projects that serve our community and make it a better place; encourage the school community to get involved in various types of service projects.
|Crazy Concerning Cats Club|
|Debate and Forensics Club|
Promote student awareness of environmental issues. Occasional
fundraisers and sales to collect money to donate to causes that benefit
|Faculty Class Advisors|
Advisors assist students in conducting meetings, organizing various class activities, and developing qualities of leadership.
View foreign and domestic films of every culture from experimental to "golden age" films. These films are viewed as art forms and cultural tools.
Engage in French culture through language, food and celebration of holidays.
|Gay, Straight Alliance (G.S.A.)|
Assure that each member of our community is valued and respected regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.
|Genes in Diseases and Symptoms Club|
Prepares members for the Ohio Junior Classical League State convention
and other local events. Promote knowledge and enthusiasm for the
Classics; show our appreciation for the ancients through events to be
held throughout the year.
|Mock Trial Team|
Learn and explore law through preparing for a mock trial competition.
|Model United Nations Club|
Help students get a better understanding of the United Nations and its functions. The Model UN club will help students build skills in diplomacy and compromise (debating). The club will address important "real world" issues such as regional conflits, peacekeeping, and human rights, etc.
|Mu Alpha Theta (Math Club)|
Discuss and debate current events as well as social, cultural, political, and moral issues.
|Science Olympiad Club|
Complete experiments, give presentations, do volunteer work in science related fields, and work on individual Science Fair projects.
Ski, tube, and snowboard after school at Perfect North during the winter months.
Make the student population more aware of Spanish culture. We will also
hold fundraisers, donating the money to local Hispanic charities. Our
activities will include: speaking Spanish, eating Spanish foods and
watching Spanish movies.
|Student Diversity Leadership Club|
|Wearable Art Club|
Make wearable pieces of art such as yoyo necklaces, earrings, clay buttons, etc. Items may be sold throughout the year to raise money for a charity of the club's choice.