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BRAVO! Rolls out the Red Carpet

A Bex-ceptional evening is in store for BRAVO! guests this year. The BEF’s largest fundraising event to be held on Saturday, March 30 has a red-carpet theme which will be immediately noticeable at the entrance to the Walters Commons at St. Charles, in the decorations, and with the addition of a photo booth.  Bexley graduate Read More

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Family Foundation Establishes Endowment

The Jeremy C. McCamic Family Foundation has always looked to meet a need or fill a gap for students and teachers in the Bexley Schools with its grant making. Since 2006, Abby Feinknopf, Jeremy McCamic’s daughter, has worked with the Bexley Education Foundation to identify areas where her family’s foundation could make a difference or Read More

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For the love of reading: The Caldecott Read-In

On Saturday, January 26, 2019 the Bexley Public Library hosted the annual Caldecott Read-In and welcomed educators and school librarians from Bexley City Schools and beyond to review the best in children’s, juvenile, and young adult fiction from the past year. Educators then use this information to make lesson plans for their classrooms. Attendees also Read More

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Children’s Art at the Heart of BRAVO!

Among the BEXceptional student artwork offered for auction at BRAVO! this year will be some cool Van’s shoes designed and decorated by Cassingham 4th graders for local businesses. The shoe design project was funded by a Bexley Education Foundation fall 2018 grant to Cassingham art teacher Ben Pinciotti. Mr. Pinciotti reached out to 20 local Read More

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Educator of the Year

2019 will mark the 20th year that the endowment established by the family of Robert A. Glick at the Columbus Jewish Foundation has funded the Educator of the Year program in the Bexley Schools. A 1933 graduate of Bexley High School, Robert Glick was an active alumnus throughout his lifetime. Mr. Glick served as chairman Read More

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Giving at year-end

Your gift to the Bexley Education Foundation (BEF) at year-end can make all the difference in our ability to provide more learning opportunities for Bexley students and more resources for Bexley teachers. Since the start of this school year, BEF has awarded over 20 teacher mini-grants totaling $10,000. Teachers across the district have received a Read More

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Renowned Alumni Scientist Establishes Endowment Fund

Robert Edwin Stevenson, PhD is a pioneer in the field of human tissue banking. His research and work as a microbiologist with cell cultures, viruses and genetic materials has served as a foundation for major advances in bone marrow, organ and tissue transplantation. Dr. Stevenson, who graduated from Bexley High School in 1944, credits his Read More

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A BEXceptional BRAVO!

Walk the red carpet in support of the Bexley City School District at BRAVO!, the Bexley Education Foundation’s premier fundraising event. This year, BRAVO!, will be held on Saturday, March 30, 2019 at Saint Charles Preparatory School from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. “We are planning a “BEXceptional” event and looking forward to seeing our Bexley Read More

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Welcome Wendy!

The BEF is pleased to welcome Wendy Hauswirth to our team as part-time Alumni and Events Manager. Wendy comes to us with extensive experience in alumni relations, event planning and fundraising, having worked at Columbus Academy and UNC-Chapel Hill prior to staying home with her children.  During her “off-years,” she has been an active volunteer Read More

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Writer and Geneticist Team Up for Folkman Scientist-in-Residence Program

Writer, Joselin Linder, who grew up in Columbus’ Eastmoor neighborhood, finally got her chance to attend Bexley High School if only for a few hours on October 11. Joselin teamed up with Bexley parent and Associate Professor, Division of Human Genetics and Director of the Genetic Graduate Counseling at The Ohio State University, Dawn Allain Read More