Clyde High School


Joe Webb


Principal's Remarks

Clyde High School is rich in tradition of FLIER PRIDE, yet poised for the future of our students. It is our mission to provide students with the best educational experiences and related learning activities. 

Students, Staff, Administration, members of the Board of Education and the community are all working hand in hand to fulfill our promise of remaining "COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE." 

Please feel free to browse our pages and contact me if you have any questions or concerns. 

William J. Webb 

Clyde High School Building

1015 Race Street

Clyde, Ohio 43410

Phone: 419.547.9511

Fax: 419.547.7593

Office Hours: 7:30 am - 3:30 pm

Arrival & Dismissal


Students must report to their first-period class by 7:40 a.m. Students arriving after 7:40 a.m. are considered tardy and must report to the attendance office to sign in and receive an admit slip.


Students are released at 2:40 p.m.

Senior Information

2020-21 FINANCIAL AID Presentation
parchment video 20-21.mp4

Financial Aid

FAFSA Information

Clyde High School Students learn about Financial Aid in the Auditorium. Presented by Beth Kagy Director of Financial Aid at Heidelberg University.

World Travel Program

World Travel Class Slideshow
Education First Website showing mountain ranges

Clyde High School is going worldwide, partnering with Education First to offer Global Perspectives program to any Clyde High School student or adult interested.

New program offering will focus on leadership and 21st century skills development through cultural immersion and real-world problem solving.

Clyde High School has implemented a new program called Global Perspectives, allowing students to step out of the classroom and into a new rich culture based curriculum. The program is a partnership with Education First Educational Tours. The Global Perspectives program helps participants become global citizens while inspiring and preparing them to tackle the most pressing challenges of today and tomorrow.  

Clyde High School is particularly excited about the online, project-based learning platform that is part of the program, which will allow the students to strengthen their creativity, leadership, innovation, and problem-solving skills by using distance learning in an online environment that simulates college-level difficulty. The program will allow students to be part of  educational tours to explore and learn more about world culture and history and how it directly relates to the United States own growth as a nation. 

If you are interested in any additional information please contact Terry Meyer at Clyde High School.

Thank You!