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Stephen T. Badin High School (Courtesy Photo)
Badin High School has earned the Emerald Award from the United Nations Association of the USA and InnerView, organizations devoted to the value of community service and sustainable world goals. Badin received the award for the 2019-20 school year after its students participated in some 3,000 service activities and earned

As Badin High School wraps up four weeks of online school this week heading into Easter break on Good Friday, Principal Brian Pendergest said he was pleased with the efforts of all concerned. “None of us have ever been in a situation like this,” Pendergest noted. “Our faculty and students

Dexter Carpenter has left a strong legacy as he turns the reins of the Badin High School wrestling program over to Craig Martin. “I’ve had a ball,” said Carpenter, the head coach who started the program from the ground up for the 2005-06 season and is retiring this summer. “This

Add the “That’s My Boy” award to the list of honors garnered by Badin High School senior Alex DeLong this year. “I was very surprised – I didn’t expect it at all,” a smiling DeLong said. “I was listening to the list of accomplishments for all of the other nominees,

Today’s Photo Essay takes us to Badin High School in Hamilton. Today is their fundraising day called Give Green Day. On this day green is a prevalent display!

Members of the Scholar Leader Academy at Badin High School enjoyed a retreat at Pleasant Vineyard Camp in Camden in early July. The SLA students are top academic performers who are targeted for leadership opportunities during their BHS careers.

Joe DeAngelo had a positive impact on nearly every student who has ever walked the halls of Badin High School, and the school will not be the same without him. DeAngelo, a Marketing Education teacher who had taught at Badin for 52 of the 53 years the school has been

Margaret Winkeljohn Hickle, a Badin High School leader well known for having a huge heart for the student population, passed away Tuesday morning at a retirement home in Findlay. “She truly cared about the students,” said BHS Principal Brian Pendergest, a 1990 Badin High graduate. “She was always willing to

Badin High School Badin High School’s annual “Summer in Solidarity” Christian Service outreach program in 2018 took 12 students to Solsberry Hill outside Bloomington, Ind.; six students to Nazareth Farm in Salem, W.Va.; and 13 students to the Dominican Republic. “Our Summer in Solidarity service program offers students the opportunity

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