News & Announcements

  • Immunization Requirements2017-2018

    for Current 10th and 11th graders 

    The immunization letter regarding requirements for the 2017-2018 school year are mentioned in a letter (click below on Immunization Letter 2017 BMHS).  Current 10th and 11th graders need to pay close attention in order to be compliant with the Meningococcal vaccine.

    ImmunizationLetter_2017_BMHS_Letterhead.pdf


     

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  • 6th Annual Dash4Dignity 5K
    Benefitting MHJH 9th Grader, Ashley Martincic
    Saturday, April 29 at MHJH
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  • Student Breakfast Program

    Effective April 1st the cafeteria will be discontinuing the free breakfast for all students.  Students who receive free/reduced priced meals will continue to receive breakfast for free.  The cost for students who pay is $1.25.


     

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  • Junior Achievement News

    Click on link below to read the article on Cleveland.Com that features Mr. Bob Griffin and BMHS, and the Junior Achievement Programs he brings to our school. http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20170225/CUSTOM3317/170229968/impact-profile-volunteer-bob-griffin

     

     
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  • BMHS 2016-17 Profile

    Download the BMHS 2016-17 Profile

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  • BMHS Bell Schedules

    2016-17 Bell Schedules

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  • BMHS March Newsletter.pub


     

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  • BMHS Seniors of 2017 and Parents

    BMHS Seniors (2017) and Parents,

    Please note this important information regarding the ordering of your caps, gowns, and other graduation items from our official partner, Jostens:

    Here is your link to the custom Berea-Midpark Titans page on the Jostens web site. You can order your Titan Package and your class ring on this link. http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1050407/Berea-Midpark-High-School/

    **Don’t forget about the special Super Bowl Class Ring Promotion** If you order on the web between February 3rd and February 5th 2017, you can save $51.00 OFF your class ring with promocode SUPERBOWL51

    Remember to have your orders in before February 18th.

    Additional date of interest:  Make up Grad Order Date - Thursday, the 16th of February during lunch periods in the cafeteria

    RODD TORBERT

    Cell: 440-315-4881

    Jostens


     

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  • Polaris Satellite Videos Serve as Informational Tools

    The links below are new Polaris Satellite Videos highlighting programs offered in our district.  These videos serve as informational tools for parents, students and families about the Polaris Satellite offerings.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8CvIYTnqm4 - High School Gateway
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVA-E156ryU - Special Admissions




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  • IMPORTANT LETTER FROM PRINCIPAL RUGGIERO

    To The Parents of Berea-Midpark High School Sophomores and Juniors

    Please click on the following to view the letter from Principal Ruggiero regarding your son(s) and/or daughter(s) Individualized printout of their State of Ohio Department of Education End-of-Course Test results and accumulated Graduation Points. To the Parents of our Berea-Midpark HS Sophomores and Juniors.pdf

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  • Ohio Graduation Requirements for the Class of 2018 and Beyond

    Please view the powerpoint attached Graduation Class of 2018 and Beyond.pptx for further information.

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  • Berea-Midpark High School PRIDE Group

    Congratulations to the PRIDE Group for being honored at the 62nd Annual Humanitarian Award Dinner on November 30, 2016 at the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel and receiving the 2016 DIVERSITY STUDENT CITIZENSHIP AWARD led by Sherri Fox, Advisor. Please click to view the Pride Executive Leaders 2016 Diversity Student Citizenship Award.pdf   

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  • Just Steampunk!  Catch the craze!

    "From the Elegant to the Bizarre, Weird to Wonderful!"  "Just Steampunk! magazine defines it as an art form that mixes the styles of past generations (such as the Victorian era) with modern conveniences." View the attached photos by Berea-Midpark High School Visual Effects & Design class of a life-size piece of art directed/led project by Jim Bycznski, Art Teacher at Berea-Midpark High School, for our district's annual art show. Just Steampunk - Catch the craze.pdf  

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  • SEE SOMETHING...SAY SOMETHING

    Safer Schools Ohio logo

    SaferSchools Ohio Information

    By calling or texting the statewide hotline 844-SAFEROH, you can report anything that is suspicious or endangering you, your friends, or your school.


     

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  • Student Applications for Academic Pin and Service Pin

    Student applications for Academic Pin and Service Pin recognitions are immediately available for submission.  Please note that for the selection and earning of such recognitions, at our end-of-school year awards programs, students must submit either or both of these applications.  Qualification for academic awards and recognitions is not based solely on grade point average (GPA).

    Academic Pin and Service Pin applications are also available in our Activities Office.

    Academic Pin Application.pdf

    Service Pin Application .pdf

    Due dates/deadline submissions:

    • Academic Pin Application April 21, 2017
    • Service Pin Application April 28, 2017
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  • Berea-Midpark High School team competes as finalist at Hyland Innovation Showdown

    http://www.cleveland.com/berea/index.ssf/2016/10/berea-midpark_high_school_team.html

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  • 2016 National Academic Recognition of Berea-Midpark High School Students

    Each year, Berea-Midpark High School students participate in standardized testing opportunities that measure the academic achievement of school-aged participants across the United States.  A number of present Berea-Midpark High students and recent 2016 graduates has been nationally recognized by the College Board organization for their achievements on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) and/or College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Exams.  Berea-Midpark High School proudly announces the following 2016 distinguished student accomplishments: Download the complete list of 2016 student accomplishments

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  • Student Fees

    Student Fee accounts have been updated and are available for review. Please log-in to your Parent Portal account to view your students’ fees posted in Infinite Campus. 

    For parents that would like to make payments electronically, fees can also be viewed on the PayForIt.net web site once you have created an account and added your students to your account.  Credit card and electronic check payments may be processed through PayForIt. 

    All buildings accept cash and check payments, but cannot process a credit card payment for you on site.

    Fees are due within 30 days of October 1st.  This includes any past due amounts, instructional fees, first semester class fees and posted fees for upcoming events (i.e. field trips).  Accounts with unpaid fees after the due date may be submitted to a collection company for further action.

    Since much information is communicated via email, please check your profile information in the Parent Portal and update any changes to your information including adding/changing an email address.

    If you have not established an account in the Parent Portal, please contact your school to get information on setting up an account.

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  • BMHS Breakfast

    Our BMHS cafeteria will be providing breakfast for all students at no charge from 6:45-7:10 AM each day.  While there will be no charge, it will be necessary for students to obtain their breakfasts by 7:10 AM and report to 1st period class promptly by 7:15 AM.  Thank you for your cooperation!

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  • Berea-Midpark High School P.T.S.A.

    Hi Everyone!

    Thank you for your interest in the kids at Berea-Midpark High School and our PTSA!

    We are kicking off a very exciting few weeks at BMHS, and there are many opportunities for you to get involved.  I want you to know that we are excited about having you volunteer and get involved in the high school, and there are many ways for you to do that.   I know when I came to the old Ford Middle School, I did not know anyone on the current PTA.  I was hesitant about staying in the PTA and getting involved.  I was asked to come to an event at Roehm which was an event bringing Roehm and Ford kids together.  It was a great event that not only brought the kids together, but also the parents, and because of this event I got involved in the PTA.  I met some really great people, got a chance to stay involved and informed with my child and school, made some lasting friends, and also make a difference at our school. 

     

    PTSA Meetings are on the third Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. on the second floor in the Titans Room near the library. ALL OUR WELCOME and bring a friend!  

    Please contact me at beresgerri@gmail.com with any comments, suggestions or if you can volunteer for any of the upcoming PTSA events.  Berea Midpark High School is a great school with great kids, and enormous support from the administration and teachers. PTSA provides events for ALL our staff and teachers. We look forward to meeting you, and hope you will come to one of our events and bring a friend!

    Sincerely,

    Gerri Beres
    PTSA President

     

    Membership form 

     

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  • 2016-2017 School Year Information

    • Student schedules will be available via our student and parent on-line Infinite Campus portals on Wednesday, August 10th.
    • Sophomores and New Student Orientation and Parents Meeting: Wednesday, August 10th at 6:00p.m.
    • Berea-Midpark High School All-Grades Open House and Activities Fair: Wednesday, August 10th 4:15-8:00pm. Please come to meet your daughters’ and sons’ teachers.
    • First Day of School: Tuesday, August 16th (7:15a.m. – 2:15p.m.)
    • For additional information and important contact information, please download the Student/Parent Welcome Letter.
    • 2016-17 Handbook
    • 2016-17 Sophomore Orientation Slides
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  • County Funds Community Engagement Pilot Program in Berea

    The Berea Police Division's Community Engagement Unit has received $29,300 in county funds to support the first year of a two-year pilot program aimed at connecting with African-American youths. Read more...

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