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Stephen T. Badin High School

Members of the 2018 Badin High School Homecoming Court include, front row from left, queen candidates Grace Connaughton, Emily Maher, Grace Wilson, Josie Miller and Hannah Nugent. Back Row:: king candidates Kevin Hock, Luke VanSteenkiste, Eddie Kammerer, Davon Starks and Peter Clemmons (Courtesy Photo)
The king and queen will be crowned Friday night, Sept. 28, at halftime of the Rams’ Homecoming football game against Dayton Carroll at Virgil Schwarm Stadium in Hamilton. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. A Homecoming parade will precede the game, departing from the Hamilton Freshman School at 6 p.m. Badin’s

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

Three Badin High School seniors were recognized by U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson on Monday morning during a surprise technology assembly at the Catholic school in Hamilton. Nick Eyl, Jon Moran and Jacob Waggoner were honored for having won an 8th Congressional District contest to create a useful iPhone app. The

Jacob Waggoner could not stop smiling, and why not? The Badin High School senior has been named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist, one of less than 1 percent of American high school students to earn that prestigious designation. “I’m excited,” said Waggoner, the son of Brad and Paula Waggoner of

Stephen T. Badin High School (Courtesy Photo)
The Badin High School Hall of Honor, continuing to be one of the most prestigious recognitions the school can bestow, will induct its fourth class at the annual dinner on Wednesday, Sept. 27, at the Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Hamilton. “It’s great to see how enthusiastic our constituents have

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.

David Berg (Courtesy Photo)
Badin High School senior David Berg admits that he was surprised and a little confused when he opened his ACT score on his iPad and it showed a composite 36. “I wasn’t really sure – I didn’t really think I could actually get that score,” Berg said with a slight

One of the St. Xavier Big Buddies teams is pictured with their little buddies at the Boys & Girls Club in Avondale. (Photo Courtesy of 4C for Children)
Staff Report Below are news and notes from around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. St. Xavier mentoring program wins award St. Xavier High School’s Big Buddies project, which involves nearly 100 students in providing positive male role models and emphasizing the importance of education to underserved boys at area Boys &

Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr speaks with Badin High School students prior to his traditional Catholic Schools Week broadcast with area high school students. This year, 15 of the archdiocese's 23 Catholic high school participated in the broadcast. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Shortly after becoming the Archbishop of Cincinnati, Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr started a new Catholic Schools Week tradition of taking questions from Catholic school students. He continued that tradition Monday morning, Jan. 27, at Stephen T. Badin High School in Hamilton. Via networked computers,

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph There is a perception that exists, among critics of Catholic high school athletics, that some schools are little more than glorified “football factories.” These schools, they say, exist to accept alumni donations so they can keep expanding their athletic programs and facilities to the