More than 100 families tour the school to see what it means to be Brave


News Release: Indian Hill Schools, By Heather Higdon

It was a great night to be a Brave!

A record-setting 101 families toured Indian Hill High School (IHHS) Thursday, November 7, for the annual IHHS Open House. Each family enjoyed a personal tour to learn about Indian Hill High School’s unparalleled and nationally recognized academics, arts, and athletics; met with our amazing support organizations; and spent quality time with our outstanding students and rock-star staff! 

“This event is designed for current eighth-grade students and their family members, and is open to any family considering Indian Hill High School,” said IHHS Assistant Principal Mike Hayes. “We work to create an experience that truly captures what it feels like to be a Brave, and we appreciate the support of our students and our staff to make this happen.”

Each family received detailed information about IHHS course offerings, along with an overview of accolades. Any family interested in learning more about Indian Hill High School is encouraged to contact IHHS Registrar Karen Post at to connect with one of the five members of the award-winning IHHS Counseling Department.

“Our doors are always open for families interested in learning more about what it means to be a Brave,” said IHHS Principal Jeff Damadeo. “This is a special place, and we are excited to share the exceptional educational services we offer to ensure the intellectual development, personal growth, and social responsibility of each student we serve.” 

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Photo caption: Indian Hill High School hosted a record-setting 101 families during the annual IHHS Open House November 7, 2019.