“Inspire students and impact our community.”
Alice in Wonderland with the March Hare
“Inspire students and impact our community.”
male student with an orange wig and red cape holding a microphone
“Inspire students and impact our community.”
characters from The Little Mermaid
“Inspire students and impact our community.”
two male teachers playing basketball
“Inspire students and impact our community.”
Mermaids in costume for The Little Mermaid
“Inspire students; impact our community.”
Veteran Ted Mathies and his wife surrounded by Video Productions students
“Inspire students and impact our community.”
students and staff having a cookie eating contest
“Inspire students and impact our community.”
Two mentors for Hoover's Link Crew freshman orientation

Hoover High School

Hoover High School: A Tradition of Excellence

Main Office 330-497-5620 Attendance Office 330-497-5607



Hoover High School is the culminating educational experience for North Canton students, the place where students gain knowledge and perspective to help them succeed in their transition to adult life.

Our strong academic programs deliver today’s critical skills to our students as they move on to their young adult life after high school. They graduate with a competitive advantage, better equipped to continue education in college, enter a career or go on to serve our country in the military. Hoover High School is ranked as one of the best high schools in Ohio and in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.



Upcoming Events
News from Hoover High School
rss feed
Athletic Spirit Passes
Spirit passes are now on sale. Please note that you will purchase your passes online and then pick them up in the athletic office Mon-Fri from 7:15-1:00 pm THREE days after purchase.  Please call the Athletic Office with any questions.


  Welcome back to all the returning students and families as we begin another year together here at Hoover High School.  I would also like to introduce myself to all of our new incoming students and families.  This will be my fourth year as the high school nurse and I am very excited to again have the opportunity to work with everyone. I am a registered nurse (RN) and received my Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Kent State University (BSN).  I have a School Nurse Certificate in the Masters of Science Program from Wright State University, and have received an Ohio School Nurse License.

  Some of my prior nursing experiences over the past seven years include working as an emergency room nurse, a medical surgical nurse, and as a labor and delivery nurse.  I have also worked as the school nurse for St. Paul's Catholic School and as a substitute nurse for Hoover High School, North Canton Middle School, and Northwood Elementary.

  As the school nurse, my role is to advocate on behalf of your son and/or daughter.  I am available during clinic hours and by phone and email.  It is important that we work together to ensure a safe and healthy learning environment for all of our students.  I will be working to ensure that immunization records are current, health screenings are conducted, and educational and health promotional topics are both appropriate and meaningful.  Collaboration with staff and administrators is important in the promotion of health throughout our school.  Throughout the year I look to provide in-service training, and provide CPR training to further ensure staff needs are met.

  I have listed below some important information about medications at school to help you and your student start off to a great school year.  Please drop off any medication or important papers to the school clinic.  The school clinic will open on August 16, 2019.  Clinic hours are Monday through Friday, 7:00am to 3:30pm.  Please note that I may be away from my office in the morning for a school meeting and for lunch on Monday, August 19th.  I will return for any medication drop off as soon as I can.  If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me anytime.  I look forward to meeting and seeing everyone, as well as having a safe and healthy school year!

Brenda Ramey BSN, RN, LSN

Hoover HS Nurse


(330) 497-5620 ext. 1194




=         All Medications: All medications must be brought to the school by the parent in the original manufacturer's packaging (i.e. Over-the-counter meds) or in the container in which it was dispensed by the physician or the pharmacist prescription bottle. STUDENT'S ARE NOT PERMITTED TO TRANSPORT MEDICATION TO OR FROM SCHOOL.

=         Medication Storage: All medication, both prescribed and over-the-counter, will be stored and secured in a locked storage cabinet and distributed only by authorized school personnel.

=         Expiration Dates: Parents, please check expiration dates on all medication. NO expired medications will be administered.

=         Prescription Medications: Parents must provide a physician-signed Prescription Medication Administered at School form in order for prescription medication to be administered at school.

=         Non-Prescription Medications: Parents must provide a parent-signed Non-Prescription Medication Administered at School form in order for non-prescription medication of any kind to be administered (This includes cough drops and essential oils). When bringing in over-the-counter medications, please try to supply an unopened, small bottle of the original medication. This will fit easier in the locked cabinet drawers and save on medication waste at the end of the school year. You will be notified if more medication is needed for your student.

=         Asthma Inhalers: Parents must provide a physician-signed Prescription Medication Administered at School form or a physician-signed School Asthma Plan for any student who will use an asthma inhaler at school or for after school activities. Students must have physician consent to carry an inhaler and self-medicate.

=         EpiPen: Parents must provide a physician-signed Prescription Medication Administered at School form or a physician-signed Allergy Action Plan for any student who will use an EpiPen at school or for after school activities.  Students must have physician consent to carry an EpiPen and self-medicate.

=         Diabetics: Parents who have a diabetic student should turn in their Emergency Health Care

              Provider Plans with a physician-signed Prescription Medication Administered at School

              form in order for the student to have medication kept in the clinic or to self-carry any    

              medication and carry supplies.            



Parking Information for the School Year
Parking forms for this school year can be picked up. The parking spots are assigned on a first come first serve basis. All required forms must accompany the application in order to be accepted. Student must have a current drivers license in order to secure a parking spot for this school year. All cars must be registered prior to parking on school grounds. Students with completed paperwork can begin picking up their parking on August 7th. Please call Mrs. Thomas at 330 497-5620 Ext 1169 with any questions. 
Take Back Drug Week
In conjunction with Red Ribbon Week (October 22-October 26), we want to make our
community aware of another initiative, Take Back Drug Week. In cooperation with North Canton
Police Department, our district would like you to know that there is an official drop off box
located at the North Canton City Hall 145 N. Main St., (Enter parking lot off Ream Ave. NW for
entrance to City Hall/ Police Department) North Canton, Ohio 44720. During this week, please
take the time to dispose of your expired and unused prescription and over-the-counter (OTC)
medications and properly dispose of them at the drop-off box. The drop off box is accessible
(24/7) and is located inside the back door of city hall and the police department. Any
medications can be dropped off except liquids. This is the only exception.
Research shows that early experimentation and abuse often happens with medications that are
available in your own home. Please use this week as an opportunity to have conversations with
your children and limit accessibility by disposing unused medications. North Canton School
District wants to work with all our parents to keep our students healthy, safe and drug-free!

525 7th Street NE
North Canton, Ohio 44720-2012
Main Office Phone
Phone:  330-497-5620

Fax:  330-497-5606 
To report a student absent, call the
Attendance Office at 330-497-5607
Mr. Eric Bornstine
Mr. Henry Householder 
Associate Principal
Mr. Tom Oakes
Associate Principal
Mr. Robert White 
Mr. Tim Walker
Athletic Director
Main Office Staff
Amy Taylor
Main Office Secretary
Dawn Thomas
Main Office Secretary
Patti Hare
Phone 330-497-5620 
Attendance Office Staff
Mrs. Katie Wolff
Attendance Office Secretary 
School Nurse
Brenda Ramey
School Nurse
Quick Links
© 2019. North Canton City Schools. All Rights Reserved. School CMS Created by eSchoolView