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2019-20 Student and Staff Accomplishments

  • Broadcasting & Video Production, Business Professional & Office Technology and Marketing & Entrepreneurship students joined over 900 contestants from all over Ohio to compete at the first ever virtual Business Professionals of America (BPA) State Leadership Conference.

    Below is a summary of all of the BMHS/Polaris students who placed in the top 10 including the two state champions listed by program:

    Broadcasting & Video Production
    1st place - Ashley Boledovic (Sr. Berea-Midpark HS) – Digital Media Production
    1st place - Michelle Dranuski (Jr. Berea-Midpark HS) – Graphic Design Promotion
    4th place - Kaylee Butler, Aiden Scanlon and Arielle Lyons (All seniors - Berea-Midpark High School) – Broadcast News Production Team

    Business Professional & Office Technology
    7th place - Alex Skoczen (Jr. Berea-Midpark HS) – Intermediate Word Processing
    8th place - Jessica Desmarais (Sr. Berea-Midpark HS) – Fundamental Spreadsheets Applications

    Marketing & Entrepreneurship
    2nd place - Heaven Santiago (Jr. Berea-Midpark HS) - Fundamental Desktop Publishing 
    3rd place - Kassidy Hall (sophomore Berea-Midpark HS) - Economic Research Individual
    In addition, Ava Hollenbeck, a Berea-Midpark sophomore in the Broadcasting & Video Production program, was elected to the statewide officer position of historian. As Ohio BPA historian, she will collect the chapter’s information to store in their records, gather and prepare chapter news and supply information to news outlets.
    Congratulations everyone!
    Congratulations to all of our participants and a special congratulations to our state placers at the regional HOSA Future Health Professionals competition. Thousands of students took part, hundreds in each category in the competition, so to place high is an extreme accomplishment. Only the top three in each event qualify for National Competition. The students below placed and have qualified to compete at HOSA National Competition.

    Junior Mia Ashriem placed first in Medical Terminology

    Junior Kristen Sperber placed third in Pathophysiology

    Junior Julianne Evanko placed third in Extemporaneous Writing ( students are given a medical topic and most write a paper on the spot with no research time allowed)

    Good luck at the national competition.


    We’re excited to announce Polairs inducted 32 BMHS students into the Polaris Chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS)!  NTHS is America's highest award for excellence in career and technical education. Fewer than two percent of America's secondary students are nominated for membership into this prestigious organization. Nominees are evaluated based on scholarship, service, leadership and character.
    To be eligible, Polaris students must meet the following requirements:
    • Earn all A’s in his or her Polaris program
    • Maintain a 95 percent or higher attendance rate
    • Maintain a 3.0 accumulative grade point average
     For the third straight year, Polaris also inducted satellite program students into the National Technical Honor Society.
    Congratulations, everyone! You earned this honor!

    Four members of the Berea-Midpark gymnastics team were picked for All-Southwestern conference honors. Freshman Marissa Jones claimed First Team All-Southwestern Conference honors while also earning this year’s league MVP. Sophomore Julia Gorman garnered Second Team nods with her performance in the floor routine. Freshmen Emma Roig and Brooklyn Varga were recognized as Honorable Mention All-SWC for their first season as Titans. Congratulations!


     Jared Bycznski and Brian McDonnell recently competed in the SkillsUSA Regional Competition at Medina County Career Center and other Northeast Ohio locations.  They finished in the top three and will represent Polaris and the North Central Region at the State SkillsUSA Competition in Columbus on April 7-8, 2020. Congratulations and good luck at States!
    Polaris Automotive Technology seniors, Alex Gee and Logan Jones, placed fourth in the 28th Annual Greater Cleveland Automobile Dealers’ Association Automotive Technology Competition at the 2020 Cleveland Auto Show.  Congratulations!
    BMHS had eight Biomedical Sciences students take part in a HOSA Regional Competition. Of the eight students, seven placed in the top three in their events to qualify for states. BMHS is very proud of how hard the students worked and the excellent results that they were able to achieve.
    • Medical Terminology: 1st place Mia Ashriem
    • Extemporaneous Writing: 1st place Julianne Evanko
    • Veterinary Sciences: 1st place Abigail Whitsel
    • Veterinary Sciences: 2nd place Samantha Sanderson
    • Pathophysiology: 2nd place Kristen Sperber
    • Nutrition: 2nd place Dominique Salvo
    • Medical Math: 3rd place Aliya Szojka
    Congratulations to the Speech and Debate Team which hosted the OSDA Cleveland District Tournament.  Special CONGRATULATIONS to senior, Ashley Boledovic, and sophomore Qariza Rafa-Vidya, who both qualified for the State Tournament next month in Wooster. 
    Three BMHS students were recognized for their submitted artwork in the Cleveland Clinic eXpressions Art Contest. Emma Januszewski's piece entitled Taboo was awarded Best in Show, Halle Vargo's piece entiteld Two-Faced was awarded Honorable Mention, and Abigail Wilson's piece entitled Stonecold Hart was awarded a White Award. Congratulations to all three ladies on this amazing accomplishment. 
    Congratulations to our girls soccer Head Coach Abbey Golden who was named SouthWest Conference Coach of the Year!

    James McCandless (10th) and Craig Miller (11th) were recognized for earning the distinction of Eagle Scout. Both young men are outstanding role models and BMHS congratulates them on this outstanding accomplishment.


    Congratulations! Our girls soccer team won their first district title in school history!  Congratulations to our team and coaches on this wonderful accomplishment.


    Caden Dees, Ashley Martincic, and Kai Yee have been named National Merit Commended students for the 2019-2020 school year. Each year over 1.5 million juniors take the PSAT and the top 50,000 test takers are named to the National Merit Scholar Program. Please join us in congratulating these students on this outstanding accomplishment.


    Each year Polaris Career Center selects student ambassadors for their programs. This year we had 14 students selected as ambassadors. The students and the program they are an ambassador for are here. Please congratulate them for being selected for this important role--------------------------------------------

    Congratulations to Emily Winstead (senior) and Josh Serrano (junior) who were selected to be a part of the 2020 OMEA All State Choir!  Over 900 applicants were submitted from the entire state of Ohio and our 2 students are among 160 students accepted for this honor!  They will be performing at the Ohio Music Education Association Convention in Cincinnati the first weekend in February.


    Senior Juliana Galarza took the bronze medal at the AAU Nationals in Taekwondo. Juliana started Taekwondo at age 10 and for the last 7 years dedicates and practices 4 days a week. She won AAU states in Ohio and Michigan, which qualified her for the national competition. Currently, Juliana is nationally ranked!


    Mitchell Windahl and Christian Busler recently completed the Northern Ohio Infragard Cyber Camp at Baldwin Wallace College on July 22-26, 2019. During the week of camp, Mitchell and Christian were introduced to a wide variety of content ranging from general networking principles to detailed network analysis, cryptography, and computer forensics. They also heard from some of the best cyber minds in the country from the FBI, NSA, and Infragard membership.  Finally, each day concluded with a career chat from a local professional from Fortune 500 companies like Goodyear to small, agile companies making international headlines like Trusted Sec.  Congratulations to both young men on this awesome experience!

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  • Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

    Here are the direct links to join in the celebration this evening (5/28/20) on YouTube:

    Commencement Pre-Show at 6:30 p.m.

    Berea-Midpark High School 7th Commencement Ceremony at 7:00 p.m. 
    The commencement ceremony will re-air on Channel 43/WUAB on Sunday, May 31st at 4:00 p.m.

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  • How can students go about obtaining a work permit under Ohio’s Minor Labor Laws if schools are closed?

    According to the Ohio Department of Commerce, if a minor has all necessary paperwork completed, Work Permit Pre-Application Form &Physician's Certificate, and is unable to get the permit processed due to school closure, the completed paperwork may itself stand in the place of the physically printed permit. Employers should keep the paperwork on file, just like they would the permit. The formal permit should be processed as soon as the school is reopened.

     As a reminder, hour restrictions outlined in Ohio Revised Code Section 4109 are still in place for any week that was not a pre-planned school holiday (i.e., spring break) and the prohibited/hazardous occupation restrictions are still active.

    To download a copy of the Parent or Guardian Consent Form for Minor Work Permit, click here .

     For questions, call the Division of Industrial Compliance's Bureau of Wage and Hour Administration at 614-644-2239 or email webmaster@wagehour.com.state.oh.us.


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    Congratulations to our Berea Midpark High School PTSA which was named a 2019-2020 National PTA School of Excellence.

     School of Excellence Recognition  


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    Berea Midpark High School was surprised with $25,000 worth of new helmets from Xenith through the Browns HELMETS program in collaboration with Xenith, University Hospitals and Ohio Lottery.

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  • The Sky is the Limit

    BMHS Airplane project made possible through an enrichment grant from The Education Foundation.

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    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.