BHS Graduates: Looking Ahead

By: Carter Caldwell Congratulations Class of 2018! pic.twitter.com/AjHqdRIJYo — Bellbrook High (@bellbrook_high) May 26, 2018 In 2018, Bellbrook High School saw 219 students graduate and take another step towards their futures.  Of those 219, 95% will pursue a college degree on 44 different campuses across the country.  Ohio schools proved especially popular, with over a quarter of students attending in-state schools such as Wright State … Continue reading BHS Graduates: Looking Ahead

DNA Technology Brings New Debates

By: Kayla Stephensen Recent developments in DNA technology bring new ethical debates to the table. The arresting of the suspected Golden State Killer, Joseph James DeAngelo, made many users of popular genetics sites worried. The police made a false profile on GEDmatch with DNA from one of the crime scenes and found a match on the site. The co-founders insisted that the company was not … Continue reading DNA Technology Brings New Debates

Get to know new Athletic Director, Charlie O’Dell

By: Sara Wolf In early May, just days after the birth of his son, Bellbrook teacher and coach Charlie O’Dell announced that he will be filling the high school’s athletic director position beginning in June. O’Dell will be replacing the school’s previous AD of twenty years, Tom Bean. In order to stay in communication with the many BHS athletes he works with from his position … Continue reading Get to know new Athletic Director, Charlie O’Dell

Solo: A Star Wars Movie: Success or Slump?

By Mackenzie Pittman On May 24, 2018 the ninth-most expensive movie ever made hit the theaters; Solo: A Star Wars Movie. The 10th movie in the Star Wars saga follows the life of Han Solo before his years in the rebellion. Young Solo joins ranks with a dangerous galactic gang, meeting Chewbacca, his future co-pilot, and Lando Calrissian, the owner of the Millennium Falcon. After … Continue reading Solo: A Star Wars Movie: Success or Slump?

Bellbrook Students Go On Air

By: Carter Caldwell   For the past eight weeks, some students at Bellbrook High School have been working on stories for a project called Dayton Youth Radio, with the help of WYSO’s Basim Blunt.  The project started when seniors Jack Long and Meghan Malas went to the WYSO Yellow Springs station to conduct research for the school podcast, The Egg. While at the station, the … Continue reading Bellbrook Students Go On Air

Must See Movies For Summer 2018

By: Chelsea Cozad Your must see movie list for summer 2018 in order of release date. Hurry–grab the popcorn and soda because these blockbusters will be waiting for you. Solo: A Star Wars Story (May 25) Adrift (June 1) Ocean’s 8 (June 8) Incredibles 2 (June 15) Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (June 22) Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! (July 20) Mission: Impossible-Fallout (July 27) … Continue reading Must See Movies For Summer 2018

Delicious and Healthy Banana Bread Muffin Recipe (No Refined Sugar!)

By Mackenzie Pittman Perfect and simple recipe if you’re looking for a sweet, but not too sweet treat. Banana bread is a classic comfort food everyone loves, and in muffin form, even more appealing. Not only are these muffins naturally sweetened with honey or maple syrup, they can easily be tweaked to suit anyone on a vegan or dairy free diet! Prep time: 10 minutes … Continue reading Delicious and Healthy Banana Bread Muffin Recipe (No Refined Sugar!)