BHS Announcements

  • Friendly Lunch Reminder 

    Just a friendly reminder that beginning Monday, May 11th and until the end of the school year, there will be no charging of meals in the BHS Deli Café. If there is debt on your student’s account, please reconcile as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please call the Student Nutrition Department at 937-458-2446. Thank you for allowing us to serve your student.
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  • Summer School
    Registration for summer school classes will begin on Monday, May 4th, in the BHS main office between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.  Registration forms can be picked up in both main offices of the BHS campus, but registration (even for Freshman) will take place in the BHS main building.
    Summer School Letter
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  • Graduation for the Class of 2015 is Saturday, May 30 at 9:00 AM at the Nutter Center.
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  • New BHS Logo
    Beavercreek High School unveiled its new logo this spring after a year of collaborative design work.  The image captures the local spirit of “The Creek” while showing the passion students and community members alike have for the schools.  High school principal and community liaison for the logo, Marian West, felt the design “conveys strength, pride and a competitive spirit.”
      Her sentiments were echoed by the staff, students, alumni and community members in attendance at a formal unveiling held at BHS.  The new design will soon appear on the school’s athletic uniforms as well as being made available to BCS supporters who want to proudly claim “We Are Beavercreek”.
    The new Beavercreek High School logo
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District News

  •  STEM jet renovations continue
    An important step in renovating the Beavercreek STEM Jet was completed by students and staff from the Greene County Career Center. 

    Students studying Electrical Wiring and Motor Controls helped complete phase 1 of demolition while gaining valuable field experience. For students, all of them seniors, it was the first time working on an here.

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  • Straight A Grant 2 update
    Thanks to the $995,000 Straight A Grant obtained by the Beavercreek City School District, construction of Design Thinking Labs (D-Labs) is nearing completion. Also, staff and students are preparing to use these labs as part of the district's new approach to education and career readiness, find out how.  
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  • Recovery intervention making a difference

    Reading Recovery, a nationally known intervention designed to help the district’s first grade students improve their reading skills, celebrates 30 years this year. Next year, Beavercreek City Schools will celebrate 30 years with Reading Recovery. The Board of Education and community members learned what methods the program uses to improve a student’s performance.

    Highly trained teachers use daily, 30 minute, one-to-one lessons that supplement the student’s classroom instruction. Sessions with the student include writing, familiar reading, word and letter work, a cut up story, and reading a new book.

    Positive results are happening thanks to Reading Recovery. This intervention is another example of Beavercreek City Schools using creative solutions to help students achieve their full potential.  

    Recovery intervention making a difference
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  • “In View Hosted by Larry King” to feature Beavercreek City Schools 
    The commitment to a dynamic, comprehensive education that prepares students for the 21st century workplace will be explored in an upcoming television series titled, In View Series. 
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  • It’s time for Kindergarten Parent Orientation

    All parents of new kindergarten students are invited and encouraged to attend orientation on Tuesday, May 12th. In addition to meeting some of the teachers and principals involved in the kindergarten program, important topics that will be covered include the program’s overall philosophy, student readiness skills, daily routines, classroom subject matter, classroom technology, and transportation information.

    To find out your orientation time and location please click here.
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  • Community unites to create new logo 
    The new Beavercreek High School logo was unveiled today in a formal ceremony. The new logo represents over a year of intense collaborative design work to capture the spirit and passion for Beavercreek shared by the school district and its supporters.
    Beavercreek High School Principal Marian West, who coordinated efforts between the district and community, summed up the overall focus and goal of the project, “we wanted this to be something that unifies us all because Beavercreek is a special place to be.” Her feelings were echoed by those in attendance, including students, staff, alumni, and community members.
    The new Beavercreek High School logo will appear on the uniforms of its athletic teams. Apparel featuring the new logo will be available soon.
    The new Beavercreek High School logo  
    The new Beavercreek High School logo  
    Beavercreek High School has a new logo  
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  • Seven BHS art students earn recognition in Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition
    Every year, Beavercreek High School art students enter their best works into the Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition. This year, seven BHS students were named regional winners! Read more! - Article by Ashley Kendrick (Painting is “Bren Don” by Andonte Haddox.) 

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  • Kindergarten and first grade registration event set for March 11

    Beavercreek City Schools will conduct a full-day registration for all students entering kindergarten and for first graders who are new to the district on Wednesday, March 11, at the Board of Education office. There are benefits to students and parents who register on this date. Learn More!
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  • College Credit Plus informational meeting set for March 23
    BHS is sponsoring a College Credit Plus informational meeting on Monday, March 23 at 6:00 PM in the Alumni Auditorium.  After a brief presentation, local colleges and universities will provide information and be available to answer questions.  For information on College Credit Plus please visit
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  • Bond refunding saves Beavercreek City Schools taxpayers $5.8 million

    On February 3, Beavercreek City Schools refunded its 2009 bond issue, saving taxpayers $5,853,104.37 in gross debt service savings, which is over  $2 million above underwriter’s estimates of $3.7 million. Read More!

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