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Davis and Yarbrough named Player of the Year

The Best of Greater Akron All-Star Prep Awards ceremony was held on Thursday June 18th. Due to the coronavirus pandemic the ceremony this year was held virtually and this year’s winners were announced via youtube. During this year’s ceremony it was announced that the boys soccer player of the year is Josh Davis and the

2020-2021 Athletics Registration is Now Open

Registration for 2020-2021 athletics is now open. All students planning to participate in athletics during the 2020-2021 school year must login and update their Final Forms accounts. You can find that registration link and information HERE. 

Athletic Department Update – May 28, 2020

As you may know by now, the Governor’s office has announced that OHSAA sports may begin sport-specific skill training. Our administration has been working on guidance and protocols for all of our coaches and advisors to follow in order to begin this training starting June 1. The number one  goal of our department and staff

Mulch Madness Dates Extended

The dates for the Athletic Boosters Mulch Madness have been extended. You can now order through June 5 for delivery up to June 11th. Please help support the athletic boosters as the majority of our fundraising this year was impacted by the postponement of the “All-Sports Extravaganza.” Here is a link to a flyer with

Athletic Department Update – May 22

This week the Governor’s office announced that Sport Specific Skill Training in conjunction with the opening of school facilities will be permitted to restart in Ohio on May 26th. The health and safety of our students, staff and community is our top priority, therefore our administration has made the decision that we will not open

National Signing Day, Spring 2020

On Wednesday May 6, Copley High School held its first ever, virtual “National Signing Day.” The Class of 2020 has accomplished great things on and off the field this year, and ending the school year by hosting our third signing day of the year was a terrific way to celebrate our students. On behalf of the

Light Up the Night – April 20, 2020

On Monday April 20th, the Copley-Fairlawn City Schools participated in the national initiative, “Light Up The Night.” Our stadium lights were turned on at 8:20pm (20:20 military time) and the lights burned for 20 minutes. This symbolic gesture showed support for our Class of 2020 in addition to doctors, nurses, first responders and essential workers.