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The Henn Family - photo credit to The Columbus Dispatch, courtesy the Henn Family

Mom raises 4 surgeons in Bexley home after husband’s death

From The Columbus Dispatch by Ken Gordon – After her husband’s sudden death, Molly Henn managed to put her boys through college and medical school. The youngest just accepted a position with Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center. The way Lucas Henn sees it, when his father died unexpectedly in 1993 — leaving behind five Read More

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The BHS Class of 2020 Needs You

Bexley High School Alumni across the country and the world are connected by shared experiences, including the Prom, Senior Party, Senior Recognition Assembly, graduation in the high school stadium and yes, even Senior tag. For the Class of 2020, these treasured milestones have been deeply affected by the COVID 19 pandemic, and the near future Read More

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Show Your Pride

This week, Bexley High School Student Council is hosting a virtual Spirit Week. We’re inviting alumni to join in the fun on Friday May 1 which is School Spirit Day by posting photos of themselves in their Bexley spirit wear. Post a photo of yourself on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter and tag us @BexleyAlumni with Read More

Alumni Scholarship Support for Seniors

Thanks to gifts made by alumni to the Bexley High School Alumni Endowment Fund, the amount of the Carlton Smith Memorial and William E.L. Young scholarships awarded annually to three deserving Seniors has increased from $1,000 to $1,500 each.  Additional scholarships to be awarded to Seniors from endowments established by alumni with the Bexley Education Read More

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A Researcher at Heart

Ivy Tran has been traveling a research path for eight years. The 2012 BHS graduate has called upon the critical thinking and writing skills she learned in high school over the years, first as an undergraduate studying psychology at Boston University and now as she works toward earning her doctorate in clinical psychology at Long Read More

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Finding Hope Now and in the Future

Taylor Rogers loves to seek solutions through learning and doing. The Ohio State Senior will be graduating with honors from the College of Arts and Sciences with a degree in Biochemistry.  What he and the other members of the BHS Class of 2016 won’t be doing is participating in a traditional graduation event. Ohio State Read More

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Striking a Balance

Bill Kumler, BHS ‘86 and his wife, Ellen, chose to settle down a few years ago in the Cambridge area of Ohio, for the slower pace, the chance to coach their kids and be more involved in their daily lives, and to live closer to Bill’s aging parents.  Bill, an orthopedic surgeon, and Ellen, a Read More

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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

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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