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Cleveland's teams are known as the Blue Raiders. Cleveland competes in the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) and its varsity sports are:
The Bradley Central/Cleveland rivalry has been a huge part of both school bodies as well as the community of Cleveland. The school week prior to the football game is referred to as Spirit Week. During this time, students are often allowed to bypass the dress code and are allowed to wear themed costumes, based on the themed days. The most commonly recurring of these themes is "Spirit Day," in celebration of the school's color, in which the theme is to dress in as much blue as is possible.
Cleveland's Student Section is often referred to as the "Rowdy Raiders" because of the noise and support they bring to athletic events every year.
In the fall of 1978, the Leadership class at Cleveland High School announced plans to construct a memorial garden to preserve the memory of all students who died while attending the high school. Cleveland Middle School has experienced the loss of three of its fellow students in the previous three years, due to drug-related accidents (heroin overdose and methamphedamine)
Cleveland High School has one of the most successful football programs in the State of Tennessee. It has the second longest recorded winning streak (54-0 from 1993-1996) in State history. In the short history of CHS football, only 42 years, the Blue Raiders have achieved four state championships (1968, 1993, 1994, and 1995) and only 2 losing seasons.
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