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Renowned Alumni Scientist Establishes Endowment Fund

Robert Edwin Stevenson, PhD is a pioneer in the field of human tissue banking. His research and work as a microbiologist with cell cultures, viruses and genetic materials has served as a foundation for major advances in bone marrow, organ and tissue transplantation. Dr. Stevenson, who graduated from Bexley High School in 1944, credits his Read More

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Bexley Library Honors Michael Kilbourne

Michael Kilbourne Honored as Ohio Library Council Trustee of the Year

From the Bexley Public Library – Bexley Public Library trustee Michael Kilbourne has been named by the Ohio Library Council as Trustee of the Year. He was honored during the Ohio Library Council’s Awards and Honors Luncheon on Wednesday, October 3, at the Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in Sandusky, Ohio. Few candidates have met the Read More

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Joel Goldman '81 speaks to BHS graduates

Goldman is graduation speaker

For the 157 members of the Bexley High School Class of 2018, the commencement ceremony on May 27 marked a major milestone in their lives. It was also marked the last commencement for BHS principal, Dr. Harley Williams, who has taken on a new administrative role with the school district, and the first commencement for Read More

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From Bexley senior to alumnus

The march toward graduation for the Bexley High School Class of 2018 began with the Senior Recognition Assembly on Monday, May 21. Over 50 senior students were recognized in the Schottenstein Theater in front of their parents and peers for their academic and athletic achievements, as well as service to the community and future service Read More

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Welcome Back!

The annual Bexley High School Alumni Open House is a great complement to class reunion festivities and July 4th plans. All Bexley High School alumni from any graduating year are invited to the Open House which will be held from 10:00am to 1:00pm on Tuesday, July 3 at the high school. Reconnect with your classmates Read More

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Bexley native Bromberg wins national diving title

From The Columbus Dispatch –  Murphy Bromberg, a Bexley native, teamed with Brooke Schultz to win the 3-meter synchronized title at the national diving championships in Dallas. Bromberg and Schultz posted a score of 287.40, beating out second-place finishers Alison Gibson and Krysta Palmer (262.20) in a tight competition. “I think it’s really easy to Read More

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Bexley takes IN THE KNOW Championship

The Bexley High School team that practices weekly by reading, researching and watching “Jeopardy” episodes reached their goal – winning the 2018 WOSU In the Know tournament on February 12. The four-member varsity team consisting of senior John D’Alessandro, juniors William Rauschenberg, Henry Greentree and Lee Cook defeated Thomas Worthington in the televised finals by Read More

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Nathan Gordon '56 and wife Priscilla. Photo taken from The University of New Orleans

BHS alumnus strikes a high note

Nathan Gordon, BHS Class of 1956, found his love for music by accident, picking up a trumpet at age 10 when a friend started to play. That happy accident led to a long and accomplished career as a professional jazz musician. Gordon played trumpet in the Bexley High School Band and competed in marching competitions Read More

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Best selling author and alumnus Dan Pink returns to Bexley

Bexley High School students heard #1 New York Times best-selling author, and 1982 Bexley High School graduate, Dan Pink in an all-school assembly on Friday, March 9. Pink is currently on tour promoting his newest release, WHEN: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing. Pink spent two years researching psychology, biology and economics to reveal how Read More

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Visiting scientist is for the birds

Dr. Stephen Kress had his first success as a naturalist when his fourth grade teacher at Montrose Elementary challenged him to identify a flicker. The 1963 BHS graduate went on to become a renowned conservation biologist, known to birders worldwide as “The Puffin Man.” His four-decade-long project to restore a vibrant population of the colorful Read More

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