Badin High School honored five student-athletes who will play in college on Wednesday, Nov. 11, during an afternoon Signing Day ceremony in the school’s Mulcahey Gym.
“We really enjoy doing these,” said Geoff Melzer, Badin’s athletic director. “The coronavirus has had an impact on the world around us, but it has not had an impact on the quality and effort of these Badin student-athletes. They represent the best of what Badin athletics are all about.”
Read more about the five student-athletes HERE
A strong ensemble cast is lined up to perform “Poe-Dunked” via live-stream on the stage at Badin High School on Friday night, Oct. 30, at 7 p.m.
“This is a comedic version of various Edgar Allan Poe tales,” said Sarah Cline, drama director at BHS. “It’s hard to believe that Poe can be turned into a comedy, but if you tune in, you will see that writer Burton Bumgarner has done just that.”
The audience will see the play by going online at www.youtube.com/BadinRams.
More info HERE
Badin High School senior Isabella Williams has been named an African American Scholar by the College Board National Recognition Program. She scored in the top 2.5 percent of students who took the PSAT merit scholarship test in the fall of 2019 and identify as African American, Hispanic American, Indigenous peoples or attend school in a rural community. She's here with Badin assistant principal Mr. Patrick Keating (left) and principal Mr. Brian Pendergest (right). Learn nore about Isabella HERE
Badin High School senior Logan Hage has been named a Commended Student in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Hage scored in the top five percent of the more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2020 scholarship competition by taking the 2019 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test in the fall of their junior year.
“I was excited!”said Hage, a graduate of St. Gabriel Consolidated School in Glendale. “When I got my score, I talked to some of the previous winners (from 2019) and I knew I was close.” Read more HERE
Congratulations to the Students of the Month! The students were selected by a committee based on recommendations by the administration, faculty and staff. September's winners are Skylar Japikse, JJ Even, Jake Graf, and Aiden Hopkins. Read more about this month's best HERE.
Sarah Daniels had no plans to be a teacher. But, as she puts it, teaching found her. Daniels, now in her 10th year teaching Art at Badin High School, has been named the school’s Educator of the Year in the 18th annual Harry T. Wilks “Hamilton Celebrates Education” program, sponsored by the Hamilton Community Foundation.
"I didn’t even want to be a teacher,” said Daniels, a graduate of Monroe High School and the Design, Art and Architecture program at the University of Cincinnati. “Maybe a stand-up comic,” she says with her typical dry wit, “or an art director at an ad agency. Comedy's loss is Badin's gain - learn more about our outstanding educator HERE