Renaissance Time!

If you earned a 3.2 or higher for the 3rd 9-weeks of the 2023-2024 school year, you may qualify for a Renaissance Card! Click the link below and fill out the form to find out:

Forms are due by March 22, 2024 and cards will be passed out the week of March 26, 2024. We won’t be able to accept late requests, so get you application submitted today!


May 22, 2024 at Day 1 of the NEO Division I Regional Track and Field Meet held  @ Austintown Fitch High School Nau’jeat Jones finished 3rd in the long jump and punched his ticket to the Division I State Track & Field Meet next weekend in Dayton, Ohio. Please congratulate him on a wonderful achievement.

Other Athletes competeing at the two day event are the folowing:

Jameire Honzu – WON the district in the 100-meter hurdles (back to back)

Trinity Taylor – 300-meter hurdles

Zack Freeman – 400-meter dash

Boys 4×100-meter relay (James Thomas, Devon Morgan, Donovan Salero-McCoy, JaVontea Jones)

Nau’Jeat Jones – WON the district Long Jump and tied for 1st in the High Jump

Nate James – 800-meter dash

Nau’jeat Jones

May 24, 2024 is Day 2 and the final day for the NEO Division I Regionals where we have Jamiere Honzu in 100-meter Hurdles, Nate James in 800-meter dash, and Nau’jeat Jones in the high jump all attempting to punch their ticket to state. TOP 4 in each event qualify.

Earlier in the season the WGH Girls and Boys both won the All Trumbull County Track Invitational held at Lakeview High School.

Students on a Rock and Roll Adventure!

On Friday, April 19, 2024 WGH students who are taking the course Evolution of Music took an education field trip to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland accompanied by Mr. Ensley, Mr. Whitacre, and Mr. Rising. This trip provided the opportunity for students to enrich their understanding of the history of rock and roll by offering a holistic and immersive learning experience that went beyond what can be covered in the traditional classroom setting.

Through this experience, students were able to make real-world connections to the content taught in course. Students analyzed artifacts, exhibits, and multimedia presentations to identify and reflect on key moments, artists, and movements in the history of rock and roll and music as a larger discipline.

Raiders Read @ WGH

The Reading Raider Program is designed to get books in the hands of young adults, supporting and reinforcing the good habits and joy of reading as well as creating a home library for students attending the Warren City Schools.

At Warren G. Harding the Reading Raiders program has taken the shape of a “Book Store” where students can come and “Shop” for a book or two of their choice.

Growing in the Library

Students in the WGH Library began by planting herbs back in September and have added microgreens, tomatoes, and lettuce to the mix! Reaping the benefits of their efforts the students have enjoyed Caprese Salad, which used the basil they grew, Ranch Dip featuring Dill, and Tabouli which contained both parsley and mint.

Students monitor the hydroponic systems that are growing the herbs and vegetables and add water and food when indicated. The students are assisted by Mrs. Angelo and Mrs. Latessa.

Congratulation to our Indoor Division I STATE Athletes

This Friday, March 1st the following athletes have qualified for the OAT&CCC Division I Indoor Track State Championships held at SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. They left the building today with Coach Charles Penny to a fanfare of good wishes and luck!

Savana Shipman – 4×200 relay and Triple Jump

Jameire Honzu – 4×200 relay and 60-meter Hurdles

Trinity Breckenridge – 4×200 relay

She’Ayla Allen – 4×200 relay

Ariyoana Reese (alt for relay)