Elyria High School is a High School in Elyria, Ohio. Founded in 1830, it is notable for being the first chartered high school west of the Allegheny Mountains. The oldest section, the Washington Building (built in 1894), is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Technology building was built in 1913 with additions constructed in the 1920s. The red-brick Lincoln Building was built in the 1950s on the former site of Lincoln School which was completed in 1924.
Currently Ghetto, But being rebuilt. Corresponding with the definition of the city Elyria. Elyria High is full of baby momma Drama and drugs.
Due to Elyria High School's age and extremely poor condition, an issue known as Issue 7, passed on May 8, 2007, after three previous attempts. Issue 7 is a $45 million dollar tax levy to pay for the new school. It will cost less than $9 a month for a $100,000 home owner. The state of Ohio will pay the remaining $23 million of the $68 million dollar total cost.