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Love of Classmates: Eileen Zelis Aria, ’02

The BHS Class of 2002 is remembering the shining light that was Eileen Zelis Aria, known as Zelis or “Z” to her classmates. She lost her life traveling back to Columbus from New York City on January 5 the when the bus she was on crashed on the Pennsylvania turnpike. A 2017 graduate of The Read More

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A Love Story: Gene & Sally Millard

It would be impossible to find two people who love Bexley Athletics more than former basketball coach Gene Millard and his wife Sally. Gene Millard coached boys’ basketball at Bexley from 1962-87 and again from 1992-96. He won 496 games, 15 league titles and eight district championships, along with the 1983 state title. In 1989 Read More

Folkman Scientist-in-Residence

The 2019 Judah Folkman Scientist-in-Residence program will kick off on Friday, October 25 for an all-day science affair at Bexley High School. This is the 19th year for the program, which was funded by the BEF’s Dr. Judah Folkman (Class of 1950) Science Endowment Fund and is aimed at introducing Bexley students to the wide range of career opportunities in the sciences.

This year’s visiting scientists-in-residence are Dr. Alex Matrka a 2006 graduate of Bexley High School and Orthopedic Surgery Resident at the Mayo Clinic; Dr. Michael Williard, a 1978 graduate of Bexley High School, specializes in shoulder reconstruction at Orthopedic One; Dr. Joel Politi specializes in hip and knee replacement surgery at Orthopedic One and founded COSI’s surgical suite; Dr. Curtis Henn a 2001 graduate of Bexley High School and surgeon at MedStar Georgetown University, specializing in hand surgery.

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R.L. Stine: to Bexley and Beyond

One of Bexley High School’s best known alumni, the worldwide bestselling author of the Goosebumps series as well as the Fear Street, Mostly Ghostly and Nightmare Room series, R. L. Stine will celebrate the launch of his new middle grade graphic novel series, Just Beyond by returning to Columbus over the weekend of September 14 -15, 2019.   Bexley Read More

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BHS Electronic Walls of Fame

The accomplishments of Bexley High School students past and present will now be available for viewing as an interactive digital experience at Bexley High School. On August 9, two electronic Walls of Fame were installed at Bexley High School, a freestanding kiosk in the main lobby entrance and a wall display unit in the Lion Read More

Nominate Alumni

Bexley alumni are making an impact every day as they advance their careers in their communities across the country and the world. We will recognize and celebrate outstanding alumni this Fall with the 2019 Bexley High School Distinguished Alumni Awards.  You are invited to nominate a deserving alumnus by going online; nominations are due August Read More

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July 4th Weekend Reunions

Many reunions are planned around the July 4 holiday for those classes whose graduation year ended in a 4 or a 9.  Most classes holding reunions will participate in the Bexley July 4th Parade with “floats” that will take them from the start of the parade at Maryland Avenue/Remington Road to the end at Fair Read More

Bexley Alumni – We Need YOU!

What does it mean to be a Bexley alumnus/a?  You share in the tradition of having attended a world class school, currently ranked as #132 in the nation and #4 in the state of Ohio by U.S. News and World Report.  But, you already know that Bexley has always been a great place to learn Read More

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Congratulations New Alumni

One of the largest senior classes in recent years graduated from Bexley High School on May 26, 2019. The 97th annual commencement ceremony featured student speakers, Annie Politi and Alexia Moore. Student Council President, Rose Thomas introduced Bexley alumna and Executive Director of The Columbus Museum of Art, Nannette Maciejunes, BHS ’71, who gave the Read More