“Inspire students; impact our community.”
Veteran Ted Mathies and his wife surrounded by Video Productions students
“Inspire students and impact our community.”
Three engineering students who won the cardboard boat race
“Inspire students and impact our community.”
Female and male student during lunch period
“Inspire students and impact our community.”
Five girls who placed in state competition last year
“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.

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Piano Players Needed
"Calling all piano players.  The Hoover Marching Band is looking for two piano players for the 2019 Hoover Marching Band.  You would play piano for the Competition Show and would play cymbals in the drum line for non-competition show music.  If you are interested in finding out more, email Mr. Varn at Hoover at the following link:

The Hoover High School Robotics team has partnered with Yankee Candle Fundraising to help us achieve our goals this season.  With the holiday season quickly approaching this is an excellent opportunity to check a few items off your gift list and support our kids at the same time.  Click on the link below to access the online store specifically for Hoover Robotics.  


In the event there is a problem with the link, you may also type www.yankeecandlefundraising.com then enter our group number (999987745) and your purchases will still benefit our organization. You may attach your purchases to a specific member of the robotics team if they have provided you their personal Seller ID, otherwise use "todd13."  Payment will be made directly to Yankee Candle and products can also be shipped directly to you!  Our online sale will stay open until January 9, 2019 but to receive orders in time for Christmas the deadline is next Friday, November 16.  

Giant Eagle - Apples For The Students
Apples For The Students
Three Easy Steps

1.  Register your Giant Eagle Advantage Card at GiantEagle.com/AFTS.

2.  Enter your school id number - 5382

3.  Shop with your Giant Eagle Advantage Card 

Each time your Giant Eagle Advantage Card® is scanned, through March 15,2019,your purchases automatically earn funds used to obtain our overall educational needs.


Each year school districts throughout Ohio participate in an effort to identify, locate an evaluate all children with disabilities, birth through 21;  for
age birth to 3, an established condition known to result in delay or documented developmental delay; for ages 3 through 21,identification of one or more of the following conditions: Autism Spectrum  Disorder,developmental disability, deaf-blindness, hearing impairment-including deafness, intellectual disability, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, emotional disturbance, specific learning disability,speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury and/or visual impairment- including blindness. Parents are not always aware that there are programs and services available for children identified with a disability. If you know of a child who may have one or more of the above suspected disabilities, includingpreschool age children, please contact the Special Services Office at (330) 497-5665.
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
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