We share in the disappointment of our Bexley High School Seniors who are missing out on so many treasured milestones as they wrap up their journey through the Bexley City Schools. Our commitment to the Class of 2020 includes: Purchasing special congratulatory yard signs for members of the Senior Class Providing each Senior with a Read More
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The 2019 Judah Folkman, MD Scientist-in-Residence program will be held on Friday, October 25 at Bexley High School. This is the 19th year for the program, which is funded by the BEF’s Dr. Judah Folkman (Class of 1950) Science Endowment Fund and is aimed at introducing Bexley students to the wide range of career opportunities in the sciences.
The program honors Dr. Judah Folkman, a 1950 Bexley High School graduate, who is recognized for his achievements in the field of cancer research and the specialty of angiogenesis, the process by which a tumor attracts blood vessels to nourish and sustain itself. Dr. Folkman died in 2008.
This year, students will have the opportunity to engage with four visiting specialists in the field of orthopedic surgery. The visiting surgeons will interact with students in Bexley High School Science classrooms following the live broadcast in the Schottenstein Theatre of Dr. Joel Politi performing a knee replacement surgery. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions in real time and hear Dr. Politi’s responses. This broadcast is in partnership with COSI.
This year’s visiting scientists-in-residence are: Dr. Alex Matrka a 2006 graduate of Bexley High School and Orthopedic Surgery Resident at the Mayo Clinic; Dr. Michael Williard, a 1978 graduate of Bexley High School who specializes in shoulder reconstruction at Orthopedic One; Dr. Joel Politi who specializes in hip and knee replacement surgery at Orthopedic One and founded COSI’s surgical suite and Dr. Curtis Henn a 2001 graduate of Bexley High School and surgeon at MedStar Georgetown University, specializing in hand surgery.
Billy Gardner loves teaching middle school students and he especially loves that he gets to teach them in Bexley. According to Bexley Middle School Principal, Jason Caudill, “he brings an enthusiasm to life and learning that is infectious. He works hard to support students through difficult times and challenges them when they need it.” For Read More
One of the largest senior classes in recent years graduated from Bexley High School on May 26, 2019. The 97th annual commencement ceremony featured student speakers, Annie Politi and Alexia Moore. Student Council President, Rose Thomas introduced Bexley alumnae and Executive Director of The Columbus Museum of Art, Nannette Maciejunes who gave the keynote address. Read More
Nannette V. Maciejunes will be the Keynote Speaker for the Bexley High School Class of 2019 Commencement Ceremony on May 26. Nannette, who has led the Columbus Museum of Art since 2003, graduated from Bexley in 1971. Current BHS Student Council President and senior, Rose Thomas invited Nannette to serve as Keynote Speaker on behalf Read More
The Bexley High School Alumni Piazza and Walkway in the front of Bexley High School provides the perfect way to honor a graduating Bexley senior, alumnus, class mate or favorite teacher or coach. BEF manages the engraved brick and paver sales and does two installations each year, spring and fall. Last year, the BEF installed Read More
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
Join the Bexley High School Alumni Association for Labor Day, Monday, September 3 from 9am-Noon on the BHS Tennis Courts (Stanwood Ave) for a fun community event.
Alumni Tennis Tournament & Tailgate
The second-ever Bexley High School Alumni Tennis Tournament will be held on Labor Day, Monday, September 3 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Bexley High School tennis courts on Stanwood Avenue. The tournament will be a mixed doubles format, single elimination with a consolation bracket. The block of Stanwood by the tennis courts will be closed to allow for the free, Read More
The march toward graduation for the Bexley High School Class of 2018 began with the Senior Recognition Assembly on Monday, May 21. Over 50 senior students were recognized in the Schottenstein Theater in front of their parents and peers for their academic and athletic achievements, as well as service to the community and future service Read More