Badin High School senior Madeleine “Maddie” Thompson has won the top award – “Best of Show” -- in the prestigious annual “Tomorrow’s Artists Today” competition at the Middletown Arts Center.
“I’m really excited,” said Thompson, the daughter of Matt and Sara Thompson of Hamilton and a graduate of Queen of Peace School. “I couldn’t have done it without the Badin Art Department, and especially without Mrs. (Sarah) Daniels. I love going to class every day.”
Much more about Maddie and other show winners HERE!
Ten Badin High School student-athletes were recognized at a Signing Reception Friday morning, Feb. 12, in Mulcahey Gym, including one Division I athlete and four football players.
“This is a talented group who will continue the tradition of outstanding college athletes from Badin High School,” Athletic Director Geoff Melzer said. “Eight different sports are represented, which is another example of what a well-rounded athletic program we have at Badin.”
Read about all these athletes HERE!
Congratulations to the Students of the Month! The students were selected by a committee based on recommendations by the administration, faculty and staff. October's winners are Freshman - Tyler Abner, Sophomore - Lily Oberson, Junior - Carter Cook and Senior - Kim Salerno. Previous Students of the Month can be found HERE.
Cheating in the science class will have significant consequences if the students can’t get to the bottom of it in the one-act ensemble drama, “Cheaters,” set for Friday and Saturday, Jan. 22 and 23, at Badin High School.
The performance will be live on the Little Theatre stage at 7 p.m. on Friday and 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, available for an audience through a live-stream. It can be seen by by going online at https://www.youtube.com/BadinRams
Read more HERE!
It was a Monday, but it was suddenly a happy Monday for Badin High School senior Grace Meehan when she walked into the school’s chapel and saw nearly her entire family standing there.
Also there – Mrs. Jen Waning, the local representative for Marian University in Indianapolis.
It meant good news, as it always does when Waning makes an appearance at Badin. Grace Meehan was being awarded a full tuition scholarship, the St. Mary’s Scholarship, to attend Marian, a Catholic school with some 2,800 undergraduates.
You'll find the whole story HERE!
For the third consecutive year, Badin High School donations topped five figures in the annual Canned Food Drive as students overcame the pandemic to step up on behalf of holiday food needs in the community.
Badin students donated a total of 10,286 food items in the late November drive, led by the juniors with more than 18 cans per student.
“We’re thrilled with the total,” said Mrs. Erin Keating, Student Council moderator whose organization oversees the annual drive. “Obviously the virus created some issues since we couldn’t go directly into the various neighborhoods. But we had several parish drop locations that garnered more than 1,000 cans in one day, and our community was very generous, as it always is.”
More about the Canned Food Drive HERE