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  • Berea-Midpark High School

  • Building Information

    165 E. Bagley Road

    Berea, Ohio 44017                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                



    Attendance Line:  216-898-8901

    Fax: 216-898-8558

    Principal: Dr. Mark Smithberger



    Staff Directory



2021-2022 Student and Staff Accomplishments


    Three academically talented high school seniors in the Berea City School District reached the semifinals of the highly coveted National Merit Scholarship contest.
    Berea-Midpark High School students Ethan Barker, Noah Hopkins, and Garrett Peto have joined the approximately 16,000 semifinalists nationwide competing for one of the 7,500 scholarships that will be awarded. 
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News & Announcements

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  • Commencement Update

    Update on Commencement Tickets:

    It has been brought to our attention that in order for families to get more tickets for commencement that some families are “producing” counterfeit tickets. Because of this, we have been forced to make the decision to move to electronic tickets like we use for our athletic events.  This will ensure each student/family gets their allotted tickets.  Each student will still have seven tickets, and they can be retrieved via this link or by visiting the BMHS athletic website and clicking on tickets.  

    Each passcode (student ID #) will permit seven tickets to be ordered (Your student’s ID number can be found in Infinite Campus by your child’s picture).  There is no charge or surcharge/fee for a ticket set for $0.00.  Tickets are live on the website and ready to be picked up by families. If you decide to pass on your QR code to additional guests, only the first seven scans of the code will be permitted into commencent.  Again, please be respectful of all graduates and guests and make this a memorable event for all.  

    If you have any specific questions about how to redeem your tickets or your students ID number, please contact the main office at the high school.  


    Weather and Commencement:

    Mother Nature does not appear to be cooperating, but we remain hopeful, we all know how Cleveland weather can be.  Unfortunately, the weather outlook does not look good on Thursday or Friday right now.   We will continue to monitor the weather and will update everyone on plans as they are finalized.  We are doing everything possible to hold commencement as planned on Thursday evening.  In the event of unsafe weather, we would consider postponing the start time of commencement to later Thursday evening or moving it to Friday as a last resort.  If we are forced to hold commencement on Friday, we would monitor the weather and pick a start time based on the forecast.  We may start as early as 5:00pm on Friday.  All communication regarding any changes to commencement will be made as soon as possible.  


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  • See link below for Commencement FAQ. 

    Commencement FAQ



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         2022 Seniors - See link below for important dates!

    Senior Information Packet


    Seniors may be exempted from the Spring exams if the following criteria are all met:

    1. The senior has no in-school or out of school suspensions;

    2. Their attendance must be less than or equal to five (5) days, excused or unexcused, for the entire semester for the class at the time of the exam. School sponsored field trips will not count toward this five (5) day absence;

    3. The senior must earn at least seventy (70%) percent each quarter. 

    All of these criteria must be met for a senior to qualify for the exemption. A senior may still take an exam if they so choose.


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    June 13-June 30, 2022


    Credit Recovery Online Courses: 

    All Courses a Student Did Not Pass

    DATES: June 13- June 30 Summer School Administrator:                 Julie DiFrancesco

    LOCATION: BMHS         216-898-8900  jdifrancesco@bereaschools.org

    COST: All courses for credit recovery are free; however, if a student does not earn credit for the course, they will be assessed for a $100.00 per semester course. 

    Non- Resident Cost: $200 Must be paid prior to the start of Summer School Session



    Summer School will require in person attendance Monday -Thursday from June 13- June 30.  

    The sessions run from 7:30 AM-11:30 AM.

    **There will be no in-person classes on June 20th. Students will be expected to login to work for those 4 hours from home**



    Here is the registration form to sign up for summer school credit recovery.



    Call the high school counseling office at (216) 898-8900 or e-mail your child's school counselor.


    Students are required to attend in person and log on daily. Student progress will be monitored. If the course is not completed by the last day of the session, the student will receive a failing grade for the course.

    All online finals must be proctored in person by summer school staff.


    Any violation regarding cheating on an exam will result in the student receiving a F and assessed a $100.00 fee for the course.


    Misuse of technology or mistreatment of summer school staff will result in a disciplinary consequence up to and including the student receiving a F for the course, being assessed a fee for the course, and school disciplinary action as outlined in the student handbook.

    BMHS Summer School Registration

    Summer School FAQ

    Registration Link





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    Semester Exam Schedule


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  • Parking Passes for 2022-2023 School Year

    Student parking applications are now being accepted for the 2022-23 school year.  Students must complete an online form to be considered for a parking pass. At the time of completing the application, a student must possess a valid driver’s license and all outstanding fees must be paid-in-full.  School administrators will consider the year of the student, enrollment status and previous year’s attendance record.  The cost of a parking pass for the BMHS Main lot will be $60.00 and $30.00 for the Roehm Athletic Complex. Students not being accepted for the main lot, will automatically be considered for the Roehm lot.  Students will be notified prior to the start of school by email if a pass is granted and for which lot. Those individuals being offered a pass will be required to provide a copy of both their driver’s license and insurance card.

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  • OLR Annual Update-Important Information for ALL Berea City Schools Families

    As a district, we are continuing to use technology to streamline the amount of paperwork that has to be filled out by parents each year.  We continue to make great strides toward that goal by using the Infinite Campus Parent Portal to complete an Update annually.  Through this Annual Update, parents and guardians will be able to enter Emergency Medical Authorization, update emergency contacts, and other information pertaining to households and students.  

    Emergency Medical Authorization is collected COMPLETELY through this Update process.  Therefore, the ONLY students that will ALSO be required to complete the FINAL FORMS application process will be the athletes applying for sports participation.

    It is REQUIRED that parents or guardians complete the Annual Update as soon as possible Or PRIOR TO schedule pickup and the posting of the class lists at the elementary level.   (This applies even if you recently enrolled a new student for the upcoming school year during the spring open enrollment for preschool and kindergarten.)  IF not completed, elementary students will NOT get their teacher assignment and middle school and high school students will NOT get their schedules.  Schedules will not be displayed on the Student or Parent Portal until after schedule pick up.  

    The Parent Portal can be accessed through the Berea City Schools website (directions below) or by using this link:   If you experience issues with logging in, please click icportalsupport and complete the help request form.  

    Online Registration and Update video or by following the instructions (below):

    1. Go to https://www.berea.k12.oh.us/
    2. Click on the POPULAR link on the upper right and select the Parent Portal icon.
    3. Click on the Parent Portal button
    4. Once logged in, click on More
    5. Choose Online Registration and Update 
    6. Click here to go to Existing Student Registration
    7. Click "Begin"
    8. Read and Confirm the information by typing your name in the box.
    9. Use the mouse to sign your name on the line below the box. 
    10. Click "Submit" and  "Begin"
    11. Review, update and add information at each prompt using the Next and Save/Continue buttons to proceed.
    12. Complete/update each existing student's information.
    13. Add any non-enrolled children that will be starting school during the 2021/22 SY,
    14. If any of your information on the summary page is highlighted in yellow, you have missed a required field and must edit to go back in and update.
    15. Once Done. Click "Submit". There is an option to print the registration application summary on this page.
    16. You will receive an email confirmation shortly after your registration is submitted.


    • Since this is an Annual Update, unless you have moved or legal custody has changed, you do not need to upload any documents.   All other uploads are only for an existing family adding a new student.
    • The process CANNOT be successfully completed on a mobile or tablet device.  Also, please make sure that your browser is set to allow pop-ups.  The application works best using Chrome or Firefox browsers.

    If you need assistance, please call the Office of Registration 216-898-8300.  Thank you!


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  • 1st Semester Honors


    We are proud to announce our Berea-Midpark High School students who have successfully earned one of the highest cumulative grade point averages in our school! 

    -Summa Cum Laude (With Highest Honor):   Any student having earned a cumulative GPA of 4.250 or higher

    -Magna Cum Laude (With Great Honor):  Any student having earned a cumulative GPA of 3.850 to 4.249

    -Cum Laude (With Honor):  Any student having earned a cumulative GPA of 3.500 to 3.849 

      We deservingly recognize these students for their continued academic efforts and accomplishments. 

    Click on the links below to see the attached listing of honored students.     

              Seniors               Juniors              Sophomores            Freshmen            


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Titan Talk

  • Berea-Midpark Alma Mater
    Oh the times that we recall,

    When our years as yet were few,

    The glory that we share with one and all.


    As the days go racing by,

    We sing Berea-Midpark High,

    Remembering how she watched as strong we grew.


    Orange and Blue we’ll always be,

    Berea-Midpark Titans loyally.


    Until our days at last are few,

    We still will praise and honor you,

    And sing your songs, Berea-Midpark High.


    And sing your songs, Berea-Midpark High.