Midpark Meteor Pride

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Bright orange background with three lines of black text. Below the first two lines of text is a black illustration of a falling meteor. The third line of text is below the meteor image.

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Midpark High School was founded in 1962 in Middleburg Heights, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, and was a part of the Berea City School District. The school colors were brown and orange, and the meteor (as seen in this button) was the school mascot. The school had a football team, female volleyball team, wrestling team, and swim team.

In 2013, after years of decreasing enrollment, Midpark High School merged with the district's other high school, Berea High School. The newly combined school, known as Berea-Midpark High School, was located in the existing Berea High School building. Although Midpark High School no longer occupied the school building, it was repurposed by the district to house Middleburg Heights Junior High School—which, in 2018, was renamed Berea-Midpark Middle School.


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Final Bell: Midpark High No More. (2013). Retrieved 4 May 2021, from https://fox8.com/news/final-bell-midpark-high-no-more/

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