Badin High School
Badin’s experience goes hand-in-hand with the City of Hamilton experience, Hamilton Mayor Pat Moeller said Wednesday, June 13 as he helped celebrate the official groundbreaking for Badin High School’s new Student Development Center. The SDC is a $1.8 million project that will connect the main building, built in 1966, with
Badin High School will conclude its 50th anniversary celebration when the Class of 2017 graduates on Friday, June 2, at St. Maximilian Kolbe Church in Liberty Township. “We’ve hit some very meaningful milestones in the past couple of years,” said Badin High Principal Brian Pendergest. “We’re proud of the Class
Badin High School’s Class of 2017, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the school’s opening in 1966-67, has amassed nearly $19 million in college academic scholarship offers. “It’s a measure of the opportunity a Badin High School education provides,” said Principal Brian Pendergest as Badin hosted its 11th annual Academic Signing
Throughout the spring there were many theatre productions in Archdiocese of Cincinnati School’s. Here’s a peak at some of them
Students at Badin High School in Hamilton hosted the annual Grandparents Day
Friday was St. Patrick’s Day and here’s a peak at some activities in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
Badin High School senior David Berg has been named a National Merit Scholarship finalist. “I’m happy,” smiled Berg. “It’s a relief. I’ve been waiting to find out since September … it’s good to know.” Berg, the son of David and Cecelia Berg of Oxford, was one of 16,000 semifinalists named
Eight Badin High School students earned awards Saturday evening at the opening of the Middletown Art Center’s annual “Tomorrow’s Artists Today” exhibition/competition, which runs through late March. “These are some amazing pieces of art from our students and we are thrilled at their success,” Badin art teacher Sarah Daniels said.