2017-18 Student and Staff Accomplishments

  • CONGRATULATIONS to the Symphonic Winds on earning a “superior” rating at State Band Competition last weekend.  The band performed in Class “AA”, the most difficult category for groups participating and is one of only a handful of bands that perform this classification of music in the State of Ohio.  Great job band and Mr. Fudale!

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    • Congratulations to the 74 students inducted into the National Honor Society.

    National Honor Society Inductees

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    • Congratulations to Cleveland Clinic eXpressions Where Research and Creativity Meet 2017-18 Math Projects student award winners:  Ethan Barker (MHJHS) earned the Best in Show Award for his submission of The Power of Vaccines.  Ashley Martincic earned a White Ribbon Award for her submission of Amputation Mortality.
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    • Congratulations to our Model UN teams who competed in the Model United Nations Academic World Quest Competition.  Our teams placed 7th, 9th and 14th.  BMHS students: Michael Davis-King, Tess Wieneke, Sam Fredericy, Joe Cressman, Alexis Lee, William Hinton, Shale Magnani & Nathan Strinka.  MHJH students: Elizabeth Maxwell, Ethan Silver-Riskin, Payton Eikens, Mia Ashriem & Mary Hiros.  Read more and view pictures here.
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    • Congratulations to our amazing singers who went to Padua HS for Solo & Ensemble Competition.  Symphonic Singers got a I in class A.  Class A Solos:  Tim Novak I, Mary Mizen I, Alicia Pedraza II, Alyse Hancock Phillips II.   Class B Solos:  Dana Braford I, Womens Ensemble II.  Class C Solos:  Ryan Kudlaty I,  Halle Davis I, Stephanie Litke II, Rachel Ramirez II, (MHJH) Josh Serrano I, Alayna Soukup II, Daniela Vranesevic II, Hope Alsip II, Liam Felder II
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    • Congratulations to Senior Kayla Simonitis for earning a Red Ribbon Art Award in the 2017-18 Cleveland Clinic eXpressions (Where Research and Creativity Meet) adjudicated art competition. Kayla’s art work, Torn Apart, will be proudly displayed in the 2018 eXpressions eXhibit at the Cleveland Global Center for Health Innovation (Medical-Mart).
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    • Congratulations to Seniors Isabel Culkar and Joshua Ramirez for being selected as the Berea-Midpark HS Wendy’s High School Heisman award recipients.  Isabel and Joshua are so honored, along with other of the nation’s most esteemed high school seniors, for sharing Wendy’s values of giving back to their communities, treating people with respect, continuing education, and excelling on the athletic field.
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    • Congratulations are in order for our students who have been nationally recognized by the College Board organization for their achievements on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). We are extremely proud of our National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Students (scoring among the top 3% of over 1.6 million PSAT/NMSQT participating students):
      Logan R. Rollins  and  Joyce M. Karanouh-Schuler
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    • Congratulations in order for recent graduates who qualified as National Advanced Placement Scholars, with average scores of at least 4 on all AP Exams taken and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these AP Exams: Zachary R. Boledovic, Yuexuan Chen, Madison Vargo, and Adam M. Wade
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    • Congratulations to George W. Hinton who qualified as a National Merit Semifinalist. About 16,000 students -- less than 1 percent of U.S. high school seniors -- get the marks to become semifinalists.
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    • After a very competitive selection process involving 900 All-State Choir applicants, one Berea-Midpark High School Advanced Choir member, Senior Timothy Novak, was accepted into the 2018 All-State Honors Choir. This choir will perform at the OMEA Convention held February 8-10, 2018 at the Columbus Convention Center.
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