Congratulations to the Students of the Month for March 2019. The students were selected by a committee based on recommendations by the administration, faculty and staff. This month's students are Jada Pohlen, Logan Hage, Jaelynn Scowden, and Chase Hopewell. Read more about these outstanding students HERE
When Badin High Social Studies teacher Josh Mears was singing with the guitar group at Queen of Peace parish a few years ago, he had no idea what the future held. Mears has been named the principal at Queen of Peace School in Millville effective July 1. He will replace Tina Conners, who is retiring.
“I’m really, really excited,” Mears said. “It’s a great community and a great school. The people out there do some really good things. I’m excited to be a part of it.” Mears, 40, has been a part of the Badin faculty for 16 years following his undergraduate work at the University of Tennessee. He has a master’s degree from Wright State and a principal’s certificate from Xavier University. He’s a graduate of Alter High School in Kettering, where as a track athlete he won back-to-back Ohio state titles in the 800-meter run. Read more about Mears HERE
Joe Martin is well aware that the Badin High girls’ soccer program has a strong tradition, and he’s looking forward to adding to that tradition. Martin, 55, was introduced to the team as the new head coach of the Rams on Wednesday afternoon. “Badin girls’ soccer has been a great program in the past and I look to add to what has been done,” he said. “Everything we talk about is legacy. What type of legacy do the current players want to leave for the younger girls?” Read more about Badin's newest coach HERE
Fill your summer with fun!
Badin offers a variety of athletic and academic camps, including a HSPT Prep Class. Register online for all Badin Summer Camps! Online registration closes two days prior to camp. Athletic camps will accept walk-up registrations, but camp give-aways/t-shirts are NOT guaranteed. We highly encourage pre-registration! Camp descriptions and everything you need to know HERE
Kindness and affection trump greed and dishonesty in “The Curious Savage”, a winning comedy that will take the stage at Badin High School March 21-24. Sophomore Hannah Riecke stars as Mrs. Ethel Savage, a widow who has been left $10 million by her late husband and seeks to make the best use of it, despite the devious efforts of her step-children, who would rather have the money for themselves.
“The Curious Savage” will be presented in Badin’s Little Theatre Thursday through Saturday nights, March 21-23, with a 7:30 p.m. curtain. There is a matinee on Sunday, March 24, at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $7 and will be available at the door. Badin students are admitted free through their Student Activity Fee. For more information, contact Badin at (513) 863-3993 or click HERE