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School News Archive

Rudy! There will be a third member of the Badin High School guidance department starting this week … and she will belong to the whole school. Rudy, a black multigenerational Australian labradoodle therapy dog, will be a welcome presence at Badin as she becomes a valuable member of the Badin Family. “We’re very excited,” said Badin guidance counselor Mrs. Angie Bucheit, whose family will provide a home for Rudy when she is not at Badin. "This is an innovative idea to meet the needs of the students." You can read all about Rudy HERE.
DECA students to AtlantaNine Badin High School students will be on the road in April for the annual DECA International Career Development Conference. The marketing education event is set for the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta from Saturday through Tuesday, April 21-24. More info about their trip HERE.
Congratulations to senior Chloe Mallory, who is a finalist for the Anthony Munoz Straight A Scholarship!
Badin Rain Barrels Badin Studio Artists who came together as a team to create these awesome Rain Barrels which will be exhibited at the Cincinnati Zoo April 1-19. The Rain Barrels will be auctioned online April 9-19 to raise funding for SAVELOCALWATERS! On April 19, there will be a "Party for the Planet;" the finale auction and artist's reception. An Ohio River Valley Rain Barrel Art Project: Saving Rain for a Sunny Day!.

Jake Waggoner named National Merit Finalist Badin High School senior Jacob Waggoner has been named a National Merit Scholarship finalist.

“I’m excited for the possibilities it will bring me in college,” Waggoner said, “and really, I’m excited for college in general.” Read the rest of Jake's story HERE

3 commit to play footballThree student-athletes in the Class of 2018 at Badin High School made official commitments today to play college football next season. Seniors Dallas Krause, Chase Luckett and Kegen Rogers will take their gridiron talents to the next level. “These young men were difference-makers on the football field for Badin, and they will do the same for their college of choice,” Badin Athletic Director Geoff Melzer said. “Badin is well known for playing outstanding football, and this trio has helped add to that positive reputation of Ram toughness during their careers.” Read more of the story HERE
Showcase WinnersCongratulations to Badin Artists Regan Runtz, Sara Schneider, Jalon Smith, Will Stewart and Grace Tincher who had their work juried into the GCL (Greater Catholic League) "Imagine Our Spirit" Exhibit. The exhibit will showcase student artwork from 12 Catholic High Schools. The opening reception is Sunday, March 18, 1-4 at the Flats Gallery. The Flats Gallery is located at 3028 Price Avenue in the Incline Arts District of East Price Hill. Full exhibition dates and hours are Sat 3/17 & Sun 3/18 (1-4 PM); Sat 3/24 & Sun 3/25 (1-4 PM).
Showcase WinnersIt’s hard to win a TechOlympics competition without the tech, but when you’re six students from Badin High School … you improvise, and win anyway. “Sometimes it’s not the tech that counts,” said Mr. David Gretz, who teaches Badin’s upper level tech courses, “but how you deliver the information and how well you know the material.” The Badin students captured the TechOlympics Showcase at the Millennium Hotel in downtown Cincinnati over the weekend of Feb. 24-25. That’s the premier event in the annual tech competition that brings hundreds of high school students from Southwest Ohio to the Queen City. Read more HERE
St Bowlers Badin has a 4x800 relay team in the state indoor track meet at the Spire Institute in Geneva. From left are Simon Hoppa, Aidan Drake, Andy Moore, Mike Rand, Jacob Waggoner and Coach Aaron Fleckenstein.
Relay team members Senior bowlers Jared Berger and Stephanie O'Neil will represent Badin in the state bowling this weekend at Wayne Webb's Columbus Bowl. O'Neil is just the third girl and Berger the first boy to go to state for Badin!
Badin Artists Congratulations to Badin High artists who received awards for their outstanding artwork in the Middletown Arts Center's annual "Tomorrow's Artists Today" competition. Senior Maddie Maccio received a second place in the drawing category, senior Will Stewart was second in the painting category, and senior Grace Barrington earned a first place in the paining category. They're here with art teacher Mrs. Sarah Daniels. Honorable mention nods went to juniors Chelsea Andorn and Isabelle Munafo in painting; senior Emma Wethington and sophomore Caitlin Savage in drawing; and sophomore Elizabeth Hurst in mixed-media. The students submitted excellent work for the competition, which will be shown through March 1,.
Archdiocese Catholic Schools Week Mass at St. Peter in Chains CathedralBadin students attend Archdiocese Catholic Schools Week Mass at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral. The Archbishop's message was in part: '...the youth are an important and vital part of our Church,' and he he urges all of them 'to participate and continue to make a difference in the Church today.'
Badin High School will celebrate the 45th annual Catholic Schools Week beginning Jan. 29 as an opportunity to emphasize the value of Catholic education.
“This year’s theme of Learn, Serve, Lead and Succeed is one that we certainly encourage our students to take to heart,” Badin Principal Brian Pendergest said. “Those four words sum up the goals we have for our students. There is great value in being involved in Catholic education, and we appreciate the chance to celebrate that.” Read more about CSW activities at Badin, HERE.
Bowling w. Father Ed The Girls Bowling Team is undefeated so far this season and Claire Steins '18 bowled a high of 223 in the last game against Roger Bacon! Thanks Father Ed for stopping by the lanes to support the teams!
Noelker awarded Congratulations to Badin High senior Andrew Noelker, who was awarded a San Damiano Scholarship to Marian University. Noelker, who has already committed to play baseball at the Catholic school in Indianapolis, will now be a part of its faith-based leadership program through the prestigious San Damiano program.

Three Badin High School seniors were recognized by U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson on Monday morning during a surprise technology assembly at the Catholic school in Hamilton.

Nick Eyl, Jon Moran and Jacob Waggoner were honored for having won an 8th Congressional District contest to create a useful iPhone app.

The Badin trio created a service app that gives users the chance to make a difference in their community through local service opportunities, through supporting local businesses, and also to get in direct contact with their local, state and federal elected government officials.

Read more HERE

Girls who excel in science, technology, engineering, arts and math, attended this morning's STEAM Breakfast at the YWCA Hamilton with Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi, renowned author, artist and engineer. Dr. Mazloomi shared her story of working as an aerospace engineer as a woman of color, and later, transitioning to a career in the arts. The STEAM Breakfast is one of many programs of the One City One Book community reading program in the city of Hamilton, and focuses on themes presented in the book, Hidden Figures.