he 200 medley relay team of Jack Proctor, Adam Sherman, Luke Paxton and Brode Gibson finished third, the 400 freestyle relay team of Luke Paxton, Adam Sherman, Brandon Burke, and Jack Proctor finished fifth. Special congratulations to state runner up Adam Sherman in the 100 breaststroke and state champion Luke Paxton in the 200 freestyle. The boy’s team finished fourth overall. Watch Luke win the 200 Free state title HERE
Seven outstanding Badin High School student-athletes were honored today as they signed their commitments to play college sports during a recognition ceremony in Mulcahey Gym.
Two inked Division I letters of intent, while two more will play football, two will play baseball and one is headed to the women’s softball ranks.
“Badin High School student-athletes are sought-after at the next level,” Badin Athletic Director Geoff Melzer said. “These students have excellent skills, but they also understand the value of effort and commitment. They’ve been dedicated to their sport for many years, and they are well aware of the expectations that come with playing in college. We are certainly confident that they will meet those expectations.” Read more about all these athletes HERE
Badin High school senior Regan Runtz was honored with the “Best of Show” award at the annual “Tomorrow’s Artists Today” competition sponsored by the Middletown Arts Center on Saturday, Feb. 1. Runtz’s piece, a pastel drawing entitled “Geometric”, was voted the best artwork out of the more than 130 pieces of art displayed, representing student art from 11 different high schools.
“Regan is a talented artist and it’s wonderful to see her recognized for her hard work,” said BHS art teacher Sarah Daniels. “She is always teachable, open to new ideas and techniques. She has developed her skills and focused on her strengths. This recognition is well deserved.” More HERE
Congratulations to the Students of the Month for January 2020. The students were selected by a committee based on recommendations by the administration, faculty and staff. This month's students are Patrick Ray, Olivia Grammel, Caroline Hughes, and Audrey Horsley. Read more about these outstanding students HERE
Badin's Academic Team wins over St. Ursula 59-34 in their last meet of the year on Feb 4. Congratulations seniors Adam Salek, Caitlin Savage, Emma Wesner, and Will Giffen.
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Badin High senior Samantha Sarvak couldn’t have thought of a better way to start Catholic Schools Week on Monday. Sam wasn’t sure why she had been called to her counselor’s office … or why he was walking her into the school’s St. Basil’s Chapel. But when she saw Marian University representatives Elizabeth Ortlepp and Jen Waning on hand to greet her, her eyes lit up. Read the rest of her story HERE
Attention Parents of current 11 graders - information on Ohio Immuniztion requirements can be found HERE