Community Outreach

April 09, 2007

Arts Cultural Technology Science Olympics (ACT-SO)

In partnership with the Greater Cleveland NAACP, Case Western Reserve University hosted the Arts Cultural Technology Science Olympics (ACT-SO)for Cleveland minority high school students on Saturday, April 22, 2006.

More than 200 students competed in the areas of business, architecture, drawing, painting, dance, vocal and instrumental music. Qualifying winners in the local competition represented Cleveland at the Annual NAACP Conference in Washington, D.C. Judges for the competition represented The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland Municipal School District, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Cleveland State University, Honeywell, City of Cleveland, U.S. Customs Service and Case Western Reserve University.

Latisha James, Director, Center for Community Partnerships
Phone: 216.368.3909


Stanley Miller, Executive Director
The Greater Cleveland NAACP
Phone: 216.231.6260

Posted by: Latisha James April 9, 2007 04:27 PM
Category: Center for Community Partnerships , Cleveland Heights High School , Cleveland Heights/University Heights School District , Cleveland Mayor's Office , Cleveland Metropolitan School District , Cleveland State University , Early College , East Cleveland School District , Government , Higher Education Institutions , K-12 Education , NAACP of Greater Cleveland , Nonprofit , Other Schools , Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum , Shaker Heights High School , Shaker Heights School District , Shaker Heights Youth & Family Center , Shaw High School