Finally, a school that understands me!

Everything in our lives can be personalized — our phone ringers and cases, Facebook status, clothes, and our playlists. Everything except how we learn. Today that changes! Invictus High School allows students to choose when they go to school and which courses they work on each day. The schedule is designed to fit your life. Courses are self-paced to allow students to accelerate their learning. It's a real diploma for 21st century students — and it's free.

Invictus is now serving three locations:  

3122 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
3969 Lee Road
Cleveland, OH 44128
7099 W 130th St. Parma Heights, OH 44130

To enroll now, click here. 

Invictus HBCU/College Tour

Invictus will be conducting a trip to Southern Ohio to take students on a three-school visit on October 20,2016.

The trip will stop at:

  • Wilberforce University (http://www.wilberforce.edu/) 
  • Central State University (http://www.centralstate.edu/index.php)
  • Wrigh State University (https://www.wright.edu/)

Meet with your teacher if you are interested in attending.

 

 

Invictus Students got free tickets to Browns Game!

The Cleveland Browns generously made a number of tickets available to Invictus Students to attend several games this year. IHS student Faleia Wilson spotted JR Smith from our National Champion Cavaliers in the stands! Faleia definitely deserved the tickets as she had the highest GPA of any Invictus student participating in the Gateway Program with Tri C.  She will be qualified for scholarships and membership in some elite organizations because of her work.

Invictus visits the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Invictus Students enjoyed a trip to Cleveland's Federal Reserve Bank on August 30, 2016.  The students enjoyed the tour a great deal, and learned a lot about our financial institutions. The staff at the Federal Reserve Bank was impressed with the engaged and attentive students from Invictus.  The tour guide let Mr. Fasig know that the students of Invictus asked more and better questions than virtually any of the other schools they had seen.