Dennis Flint High School Teacher Wins Award

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Board members of Dennis Flint High School awarded history teacher prestigious title.

Yesterday in a special school assembly, held at Dennis Flint High School, Hamilton County Education Board Members awarded ninth grade history teacher, Mary Wiles, a prestigious title, History Teacher of the Month.

Wiles, 54, has been teaching American History courses at Dennis Flint High School for nearly a decade. Wiles received the award for her never ending efforts to enlighten and excite her students, said Dennis Flint High School Principal Michael Ray.

Wiles’ classes score considerably higher on the standardized state exams and overall the class grade point averages are higher than other schools.

“I am so proud to be a teacher at Dennis Flint High School,” Wiles said. “I can’t believe I won the award.”

Dennis Flint High School, which is named after philanthropist Dennis Flint, was built in 1957. At the end of the school year, the school is expected to undergo major renovations.

“We have a lot of exciting news, but for now we are focusing on Mary and her being such a great contribution to Dennis Flint High,” Ray said.

More About Dennis Flint High School
Dennis Flint High School is a secondary school located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dennis Flint High teaches grades 9-12. The school is a part of the Hamilton County schools. Dennis Flint was established in 1957. Dennis Flint is ranked within the top two percent of all public schools in the United States. Dennis Flint High School is known for its competitive drama program. It continuously produces large upscale performances. Recently the school board announced Dennis Flint will undergo an extensive renovation project.

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