Warren Clayman, Class of 1954, loved his time at Heights High and continued friendships he made there throughout his life. A star athlete, Warren was a standout catcher on his high school baseball team, and continued to play at Ohio University and the University of Michigan. Warren eventually earned a master’s degree from NYU in City Planning. He was inspired to a life of civil service to make a difference. He worked for the Federal Government for most of his career as a planner for the U.S. Departments of Housing and Urban Development, Agriculture, and finally Energy. His legacy shines a light on the uniqueness of “The Heights Experience” and how special life-long bonds created at Heights High can be. Family, old classmates and friends gathered together to create this award in his memory shortly after his death in 2021.
Emmet Fluharty ’22