As Colder Weather Moves In, Winter Formal is Fast Approaching

By: Carter Caldwell In case the recent two-hour delays, early releases, and snow days haven’t tipped you off, winter has come to Bellbrook, Ohio.  Sure, it got a little caught up in the moment and got up above 50ºF the other day, but if the couple of inches of snow January 11 brought are any indicator, that was certainly a fluke. With the weather, of … Continue reading As Colder Weather Moves In, Winter Formal is Fast Approaching

Bellbrook Academic Team Debuts at Franklin, JV and Varsity Take Second

By: Carter Caldwell On January 11, the recently-revived Bellbrook High School Academic Team attended their first meet at Franklin High School, where they battled the teams of both Franklin and Valley View.  Both the Varsity and Junior Varsity teams have been practicing twice a week since October, trying to get an edge on the competition, but at the meet both teams were able to beat … Continue reading Bellbrook Academic Team Debuts at Franklin, JV and Varsity Take Second

School-Wide Donation Project Begins

By: Carter Caldwell This holiday season, spread some joy by taking part in the school-wide Donation Drive for the Bellbrook Family Resource Center.  Recently, the senior hosts of our school podcast “The Egg” Jack Long and Megan Malas visited the Bellbrook Family Resource Center, where they learned of the Family Resource Center’s recurring inability to meet the needs of its patrons during the holiday season.  … Continue reading School-Wide Donation Project Begins

Marching Eagles Finish Their Race

by Drew Ward     As fall changes into winter, the marching band season comes to an end. Their show, Slow and Steady, made the story of Tortoise and the Hare come to life. They used a larger-than-life turtle and moved in throughout the show until the turtle crossed the finish line and the show ended. The marching band put hours and hours of work … Continue reading Marching Eagles Finish Their Race

BHS Blood Drive Coming December 11

By Michaela Pittman The time is coming for the annual Key Club blood drive on Monday, December 11. There was an informational meeting in the new cafeteria on Wednesday, November 29; but no fear if you missed it, there will be another meeting held on Tuesday, December 5. This meeting will cover all requirements for donating and will give you ample information on the process … Continue reading BHS Blood Drive Coming December 11

Fall Play Opens This Week at Bellbrook High

By Michaela Pittman November 13 marks the week of the fall play at Bellbrook High School. An annually anticipated event at school that students and teachers alike enjoy while taking a break from classes. This year the play is called You Can’t Beat the House and is directed by Madame Jergens and Kyle Castle. And it’s a comedy, much like the fall play last year. The … Continue reading Fall Play Opens This Week at Bellbrook High

Athlete Highlight: Bekah Vine

by Lauren Redfern The Girls Soccer team won the District Championship for the second year in a row. Senior goal-keeper and Captain Bekah Vine was a huge part in both District titles. Meet Bekah Vine: Grade: 12 Sports: Soccer and Basketball Favorite Soccer Memory: Winning districts back to back Junior and Senior year. Most Memorable Game or Play: tieing Alter or winning Districts in PKs … Continue reading Athlete Highlight: Bekah Vine

Chimes and Times Out of Sync; Ghost Bells Perplex Tech

By: Kayla Stephensen This past summer, the district school phone system “died,” taking with it the clocks synced with the bells at Bellbrook High School. For the past several weeks, the bells have been chaotic due to lack of synchronization. Under the old system, all three were linked. The bells would ring when the clocks turned to the same time. Even though the clock ended … Continue reading Chimes and Times Out of Sync; Ghost Bells Perplex Tech