Senior Emily Taylor Won Most Musical, Here’s Why

by: Kayla Stephensen The newly minted “Most Musical” female of the senior class of 2019 answered some questions regarding her experience in theater as well as with a singing YouTube channel with her best friend and senior Holly Klepacz. What made you want to do theater? I wanted to start theatre because I’d always loved the idea of stepping into someone else’s shoes and I … Continue reading Senior Emily Taylor Won Most Musical, Here’s Why

Bellbrook Swim and Dive Takes Second at League Meet

by: Carter Caldwell On Saturday, February 2, the Bellbrook Swim and Dive team competed at the Southwestern Buckeye League meet at Trotwood-Madison High School.  As defending champions at the meet, the boys scored 112 points to earn second place, while the girls put up 98 to come in third. Freshman Alex Welsh was the only event winner for the Eagles, beating out two Oakwood seniors … Continue reading Bellbrook Swim and Dive Takes Second at League Meet

How to Prep for Prom in Advance

By Abbey Raison It is never too early to begin preparing for the day every junior and senior anticipates. This year, prom will occur on May 4, 2019. The date may seem far away now, but it will rapidly approach as the school year comes to a close. In order to avoid stressing about prom plans, begin your preparation now. Make your appointments: If you … Continue reading How to Prep for Prom in Advance

Bellbrook Music Department Gets Into the Holiday Spirit

By: Carter Caldwell On December 11, Bellbrook’s concert band got a little festive with this year’s holiday concert featuring not only the regular wind ensemble and symphony band, but also the jazz band, bassoon ensemble, and percussion ensemble.   The bands, which are directed by Mrs. Barb Siler and Mr. Chris Foster, played several pieces, including classics like “Jingle Bells,” “Frosty the Snowman,” “Hark, The Herald … Continue reading Bellbrook Music Department Gets Into the Holiday Spirit

Annual Bellbrook Alumni Basketball Tournament Enters 29th Year

By: Carter Caldwell Since 1989, Bellbrook alumnus Keith McKeever (Class of 1979) has had a hand in putting together the Alumni Basketball Tournament, a round robin tournament open to any Bellbrook alumni who participated in the Men’s Basketball program.  Teams are then composed by grouping different graduating classes together into even teams, who all have a chance to compete in the finals match up where … Continue reading Annual Bellbrook Alumni Basketball Tournament Enters 29th Year

Volunteering for the Greater Good

by Raihan Elgihani As a Bellbrook High School student, one graduation requirement is volunteer hours. An exceptional way to earn hours would be joining clubs at our school such as Partnerships For Success (PFS). PFS is a community service group which aids individuals in our community. The group has accomplished many things over the years of its existence. For instance, group members have done shopping … Continue reading Volunteering for the Greater Good

Girls’ Cross Country Runs on Friendships

by Morgan Sharbaugh The Girls’ 2018 Cross Country team raced past school records and sprinted through injuries to a fantastic season. State The state runners placed third as a team, a new record for the school cross-country program. After a long season of grueling workouts and running 5-10 miles a day, the state runners pushed through with phenomenal results. The placements were as follows: 34-senior … Continue reading Girls’ Cross Country Runs on Friendships

Friday’s Pink Game: Rough Start to the 2018-2019 Season

By: Jade Edwards Every year, the Bellbrook Women’s Basketball team hosts a scrimmage for the purpose of raising money to further breast cancer research.  The Pink Game always brings in a large crowd all sporting pink to support the cause. At $5 per ticket, quite a lot is donated, and survivors present at the game are given pink roses to celebrate their fight.  With all … Continue reading Friday’s Pink Game: Rough Start to the 2018-2019 Season

Colder Weather Brings Long-Awaited Break and Holiday Festivities

By: Carter Caldwell Twas the week of Thanksgiving at Bellbrook High School, and all through the halls the students…are not. As we enter November and as lows in Bellbrook are dropping below freezing, there certainly is an air of readiness for the annual break.  Amongst a flurry of tests and quizzes, last minute assignments, there is little in the way of comfort for the students … Continue reading Colder Weather Brings Long-Awaited Break and Holiday Festivities

AP GOPO takes on Kavanaugh hearings

By: Sara Wolf Mr. Carreira’s AP Government and Politics class spent the last few weeks of class actively participating in the Kavanaugh hearings through class discussions, watching the hearings live, and listening to numerous news reports. Though Kavanaugh has since been confirmed to the Supreme Court, students in this senior class responded to a survey beforehand to voice their opinions on the situation. Here’s what … Continue reading AP GOPO takes on Kavanaugh hearings