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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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
Courtesy ArtsOhio Blog, Article by Amanda Etchison, Communications Strategist – Austin Smith hadn’t expected to encounter a play-by-play of a football game in a poetry book. “I was just looking through some of the poems and I saw one about football, and I thought about how strange it was, not only talking about football but Read More
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.
The BHS Class of 2020 may be “heads above” all others – that could be the interpretation of the 180 senior “head shot” photos that were displayed near the main entrance to Bexley High School on the first day of the 2019-2020 school year. In addition to the creative display, seniors were greeted by several Read More
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
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
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
Nannette V. Maciejunes will be the Keynote Speaker for the Bexley High School Class of 2019 Commencement Ceremony on May 26. Nannette, who has led the Columbus Museum of Art since 2003, graduated from Bexley in 1971. Current BHS Student Council President and senior, Rose Thomas invited Nannette to serve as Keynote Speaker on behalf Read More
The 1985 Bexley High School Boys Basketball team was honored on Saturday, January 26, 2019, thirty-five years after remaining undefeated, going 20-0 in regular season play. The team, which won the State AA Poll Championship, also won the C.B.L Championship and earned Bexley its seventh District Championship. Team starters included: Matt Copp, Paul Daily, Bill Read More