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Science Olympiad 2018
Students presented at the board meeting

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Belpre High School News
Belpre Bats Roll Over Waterford
   Photo and article by Ron Johnston 
Discover Engineering
                                                                                                                                    Picture and article by Michael Kelly of the Mariett Times   Read more for the entire story 
Miller "Teen of the Week"
Article and photo by Michael Erb, Parkersburg News and Sentinel 
Student Government Day 2018
 Kaitlin Richards, Nicole Berg and Trinity Daugherty in the front.
Back row:  Elizabeth Cockerham, Katie Foster, Tristen Lockhart, Briah Kerns, Abbee Kapple, Malcolm Striblin and Gabby Blaschke. (Photo and article by Wayne Towner and Parkersburg News)
 
Student Readiness Collaborative (SRC)
Students and adults involved in the SRC mentoring program at Belpre High School attended a luncheon this past Friday, February 23rd. Fourteen community members and thirteen BHS juniors and seniors spent time getting to know one another over lunch at Napoli's Pizza in Belpre.  The adults shared information about their careers while the students discussed their post-secondary and career aspirations.  It was a great experience for everyone!!
Rawlin Barber and Ryleigh Hannah, high school art students, Exhibit at the
Ohio School Boards Association Conference in Columbus.  
    
 
 
 
Congratulations to Katie Osburn and Bailey Sprague - Wendy's High School Heisman Award Winners!
Check Out The Standings - Where Does Your Class Rank?
The PBIS has created class marquees to represent each class at Belpre High School. As the classes compete quarterly in activities such as;  Clash of the Classes events, grades, attendance, Powderpuff Football, Powderbuff volleyball, canned food drive, etc.,  they will be awarded points and their place will be indicated below.
 
 

BHS Students Visit WVU-Parkersburg
 
On Nov. 15th, students from the BHS Personal and Professional Development class took a tour of the WVU-Parkersburg campus.  They learned about the degree programs offered, discussed financial aid options, and even got a sneak peek at the crime scene investigation lab which will be completed next semester! 
 
Malcolm Striblin, Aiden Hasley, Tyler Sydentricker, Tori Sydenstricker,
Katie Larimer, Karley Bell, Hailey Barnes, Hailey Roberts, and Mrs. Edgar
 
Student of the Month
Congratulations to our students of the month!
 
 
 
 
 


The 56th Annual Band-O-Rama was held Saturday, September 30th at Don Drumm Stadium in Marietta. Belpre High School Golden Eagles performed "A Tribute to Journey". Belpre High School has a band to be proud of! 
 

 
Homecoming 2017


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Mission Statement:
Belpre High School is committed to the belief that every individual is unique and is entitled to the fullest possible development of his or her abilities and talents.
   
The mission of BHS is to equip students with the knowledge and resources necessary to guide them toward becoming life-long learners and productive, responsible members in our diverse, global society.
   
Consequently, appropriate educational goals for students will be established and quality educational opportunities will be provided for each learner.
   
Partnerships will continue among the school, the home, and the community, with each segment understanding and accepting its responsibilities in relation to the mission.

 
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