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Graduation medal winners in the Class of 2021 at Badin High School included, from left, Ryan Kirkendall, the Stephen T. Badin medal winner as the top student in the class "by every measure" as voted on by the faculty and staff; Chloe Niesen, the Archbishop Alter medal for contributions to faith life; Nick Young, the Archbishop McNicholas medal as the top academic student; and Emma Trusock, the Archbishop Leibold medal for contributions to the school and the community. Badin graduated 157 students in the commencement ceremony on Friday, May 28, at Christ's Church in Mason.
More on these winners HERE.
Congratulations to the Students of the Month! The students were selected by a committee based on recommendations by the administration, faculty and staff. May's winners are Freshman - Anthony Jackman, Sophomore - Elizabeth Colonel, Junior - Jack Walsh and Senior - Caroline Hughes. Read more about these, and previous Students of the Month HERE.
The show must go on, and that it did as Badin High School hosted its annual Academic Awards Night on Tuesday, May 18, in the school’s Mulcahey Gym. Some adjustments were made due to the pandemic, but dozens of students were honored at the celebration of success.
“This is an important event to recognize the accomplishments of our students,” Badin High Principal Brian Pendergest said. “They have done a tremendous job through a difficult year, and we were especially glad to honor their efforts.”
See more about all the academic award winners HERE.
Students in the Badin High School Class of 2021 set a school record with more than $35.3 million in academic scholarship dollars. They were recognized during the school’s 14th annual Academic Signing Day on Wednesday, May 19.
“It’s been an unusual year,” Badin Principal Brian Pendergest said, referring to the pandemic, “and the fact that our students persevered to such a great extent is underlined by this outstanding total of academic money. They will use it to move forward with great success into their futures beyond Badin High School.”
A total of 85 students in the graduating class of 157 members eclipsed the $100,000 mark, and 23 more earned scholarship dollars that did not rise to that six-figure level. The $35.3 million easily surpassed the previous record total of $25.6 million earned by the Class of 2016. The Class of 2020 received some $17.8 million in academic offers.
Read more HERE.
Six Badin High School student-athletes were recognized at a Signing Reception Tuesday morning in Mulcahey Gym, including one who will play Division I baseball.
“It seems like every month, we have student-athletes who commit to play in college,” Athletic Director Geoff Melzer said. “Badin student-athletes are committed to winning on the playing fields and taking care of their work in the classroom, and they continue to make a difference at the collegiate level throughout the country in the sport of their choice.”
Find more about these athletes HERE.