NHS Peer Tutoring all week!

By Dan Yokajty Exam week is here and students around the school are starting to stress out. Studying is a very difficult task to stay focused on. Even harder than studying is finding time to study, since juggling your schedule is tricky. So the Bellbrook National Honor Society is tackling this problem by offering peer tutoring after school every day during exam week. So if you are having … Continue reading NHS Peer Tutoring all week!

Club Check-up: League of Legends Club

By: Dan Yokajty The League of Legends club sponsored by math teacher Mr. Gogol is a club where League of Legends players can come together to play their favorite online game. League of Legends is an online multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) made by Riot Games. According to their website, “League of Legends is a fast-paced, competitive online game that blends the speed and intensity of … Continue reading Club Check-up: League of Legends Club

National Honor Society Inducts Next Class

By Dan Yokajty and Caroline Wong On Wednesday, December 3, Bellbrook High School held their annual National Honor Society Induction ceremony. This year 60 students were selected to join the National Honor Society, 58 Juniors and 2 Seniors. These students applied in early November and were tapped during the school day on November 21. During the ceremony, the 60 inductees were praised in front of … Continue reading National Honor Society Inducts Next Class

Dayton Has A Great Upcoming Theatre Season

By Cayla Destefani For all of those theatre lovers out there, the Victoria Theatre Association has big plans with lots of shows coming up this next season. Here is a list of the exciting new shows coming soon to Dayton… The Broadway Series- Popular Broadway tours great for many audiences. JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT Runs from: Tuesday, Oct. 21 to Sunday, Oct. 26 … Continue reading Dayton Has A Great Upcoming Theatre Season

Warning: College Deadlines Quickly Approaching

by Caroline Wong Warning high school seniors! College deadlines are quickly approaching. If you are not already aware, most Early Decision and Early Action applications are due by November 1. Be sure to turn in your transcript request forms to the guidance office, at the latest, by October 17 if you have not already. It is important to give your guidance counselor at least two … Continue reading Warning: College Deadlines Quickly Approaching

Culture Corner: Exchange Student Daisy Shu

by Caroline Wong Daisy Shu is an exchange student visiting for the year all the way from Guangzhou, China. Continue reading for an inside scoop of her American experience. Q: Who is your host family? A: The Diederichs When did you get to the US? August 13th. What is the name of your high school in China? Guangdong Experimental High School Are you homesick? A … Continue reading Culture Corner: Exchange Student Daisy Shu

Peace on the Hong Kong Horizon

By Anna Starkey As Hong Kong protests carry into their second week, crowds have begun to die down at the major demonstration sites.  Plans to hold formal talks between Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters and the government have been arranged, although an official date for these talks is yet to be set.  Demonstrators have announced that if force is used to clear those remaining, any potential … Continue reading Peace on the Hong Kong Horizon

Homecoming to be stationed in a galaxy far, far away…

by Anna Starkey Homecoming season has arrived at BHS and is predicted to be out of this world.  The outer-space themed dance is set to be held on October 18  in the high school auxiliary gym. An overall theme is chosen each year by the Homecoming Planing Committee that is directed by Ms. Bills-Tenney.  This year, the group has decided on “outer-space,” which has proven … Continue reading Homecoming to be stationed in a galaxy far, far away…

New Director to Put on Her First Show

by Cayla Destefani BHS English teacher Ms. Grace Brown is to be directing the 2014 fall play “Madam’s Been Murdered, Tea Will Be Late.” The play opens on Thursday, November 20 and closes on Saturday, November 22. For many years the Bellbrook shows have been directed by Ms. Long who is now retired and passing on her legacy to one of her own former students. … Continue reading New Director to Put on Her First Show