Cullen Gantenberg is moving on in a few short months, but not before leaving a notable legacy at Badin High School. “I’ve enjoyed it,” said Gantenberg, a senior who has been named a finalist in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship program. “All the relationships I have developed here have been crucial to my development as a person. I wouldn’t trade my Badin experience for anything else.” Gantenberg has more to share HERE
The beat rolled on at Badin High School as more than 60 marketing education students will head for the DECA Career Development Conference in Columbus March 15-16 after finishing strong during district level competition in early February. More about their accomplishments HERE
Joe DeAngelo had a positive impact on nearly every student who has ever walked the halls of Badin High School, and the school will not be the same without him.
DeAngelo, a Marketing Education teacher who had taught at Badin for 52 of the 53 years the school has been open, died Sunday morning at Mercy Health Fairfield Hospital. Though he had been out of school in recent weeks battling a heart ailment, his death was unexpected. He was 74-years-old. More about Mr. DeAngelo and his tenure at Badin HERE
Badin High School is looking for a new head coach for its girls’ soccer program, and if the next hire is anything like the previous hire, it will be a home run. Todd Berkely met with his team Friday afternoon and announced that he would be stepping aside after six outstanding seasons guiding the Badin girls’ soccer program. Those six seasons included two state championships, five district titles, a league title, and numerous players moving on to the college soccer ranks. “That was an extremely difficult meeting to have, because high school sports is all about the kids,” Berkely said. “But I know the girls’ soccer program will be in good hands moving forward because the Badin administration does a great job making sure they bring in the right people.” More about Coach Berkley's time at Badin HERE.
The Badin RamPride Tuition Raffle is a consolidation of many fundraisers in an effort to reduce the amount of fundraising required by students and parents. See important information about turn-in dates, prizes, student rewards and more HERE
Local employers are looking for reliable workers, and they know Badin students make great candidates! We now have a new page on our site for the posting of available employement oportunities, linked from the Students home page and also found HERE. Check it out!
Badin High School inducted 58 students into its National Honor Society chapter during its annual evening ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 27, in Badin’s Mulcahey Gym. “These students do an outstanding job in the classroom,” Badin High Principal Brian Pendergest said. “But they are also very well-rounded, and their performance all across the board helps make Badin an outstanding place to go to school.” National Honor Society recognizes students who excel in academics, character, service and leadership. Tuesday’s event added 22 seniors and 36 juniors to Badin’s NHS chapter. That brings the current National Honor Society membership at Badin to 98 students, with 40 members of the Class of 2019 being tapped last year.
More inforation HERE
Badin High School is pleased to announce its sports medicine partnership with Mercy Health Cincinnati. “This is a very important partnership and Mercy Health will provide an excellent affiliation for our student-athletes,” said Badin Principal Brian Pendergest. “In providing our students with a wide array of innovative health and wellness services, Mercy Health is going the distance to make a difference for our athletic efforts.” Read more HERE
Badin High School will graduate 117 seniors during its annual commencement exercises on Friday, June 1, at St. Maximilian Kolbe Church in Liberty Township. “It’s been another excellent year and these students have a lot to be proud of,” said Badin High Principal Brian Pendergest. “This is the culmination of their experience at Badin High School, but the beginning of much success over the rest of their lives.” More info HERE.
Six more Badin seniors signed to play college athletics on May 22, bringing the total for the Class of 2018 to 19.
Signing today were:
Jared Berger, baseball, Marian University
Tyler Hargrove, baseball, Marian University
Ben Hongell, swimming, Wittenberg University
Lizzie Kolde, women's volleyball, DePauw University
Lavassa Martin, football, Thomas More College
Nathan Wagner, men's volleyball, Mount St. Joseph University
This makes 19 student-athletes from Badin High School who will be playing college sports next year ... the largest number in the dozen or so years that we have been tracking it. Get the whole story HERE
Six athletes are slated to be inducted into the Badin High School Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 12, in what should be another outstanding program, according to Dean Wright, chair of the school’s HOF committee. “These are not just outstanding athletes, but outstanding people, too,” Wright said. “It’s always an enjoyable and rewarding evening as we recognize the year’s recipients. They are proud of what they accomplished, and so are we.” More about the event HERE.
2018-2019 School Calendar Published - click HERE for printable copy; or open School Events Calendar tab below.
A new era will dawn at Badin High School when Mrs. Sarah Cline stages the musical “Back to the ‘80s”, a musical romp through that “totally awesome” decade. The curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, April 12-14, and at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 15, in Badin’s Little Theatre. “It’s very exciting and the students are looking forward to a great show,” said Cline, who is in her first year directing the Badin drama program. “This is a fun show with great music that students and adults are well familiar with.” Read more HERE
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
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