The restoration of the Superior Schoolhouse, located at 14391 Superior Road (at Euclid Heights Boulevard), has been the dream of many Cleveland Heights residents over the last forty years. The passage of the 1997 Bond Issue and additional Community Development Block Grant funds have allowed for the restoration to become a reality and the Cleveland Heights Historical Center
to have a home.
Owned and operated by the City of Cleveland Heights, the Cleveland Heights Historical Center at Superior Schoolhouse is home to an archival collection and museum committed to the presentation and preservation of Cleveland Heights' history and architecture through documentation, exhibits and special events. The Historical Center stands as an educational resource to deepen our citizens' commitment to preserving a rich cultural legacy for future generations. Special thanks should be given to the City's Landmark Commission for their dedication to the project and to the citizens of Cleveland Heights who see in this Schoolhouse a commitment not only to Cleveland Heights' history, but also to its future.
The Cleveland Heights Historical Center at Superior Schoolhouse is open by appointment only. Admission is free. Contact the Historic Preservation Planner Kara Hamley O'Donnell at 216-291-4885 or via email.