Join us Saturday, March 28, 2020 from 7:00-11:00pm at St. Charles Preparatory as we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of BRAVO! More details to come!
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Join the BEF and Bexley City Schools for a joint State of the Schools community event on Wednesday, February 26 at 7:00pm in the BHS Schottenstein Theatre. Check back for more information.
Nominate an outstanding Bexley educator who has made an impact on your child’s life for the Bexley Education Foundation’s Educator of the Year Award, to be announced at the School District’s State of the School event on Wednesday, February 26 at 7:00pm.
Educator of the Year Nominations Form
The BEF’s story of impact in the Bexley Schools just keeps getting better because of the generosity of current parents, alumni, parents of alumni, teachers and staff and community members. Last year, thanks to contributions made to the Annual Fund for Excellence, and proceeds from BRAVO!, we were able to: Award a $126,000 district-wide Impact Read More
From the looks on the faces of some Bexley High School students, watching a live total knee replacement surgery might have been a little more real than they expected. Orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Joel Politi arranged for his knee replacement surgery to be live-streamed from Mount Carmel East Hospital via COSI Connect on Friday, October 25. Read More
Q) Describe your connections to the Bexley City Schools: A) We moved here from California in 2010 not knowing much about the Columbus area. Our realtor took us on a tour of several suburbs, none of which fit. We described what we were looking for — a town with good schools; an established community: a Read More
All families of Bexley students have something in common they want the best for their children. From Kindergarten through graduation the Bexley Schools are committed to engaging, equipping and empowering each student for success. The BEF’s Annual Fund for Excellence gives families the chance to elevate the educational experience in the schools. BEF grants that Read More
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
Author Kate Fagan will speak in the BHS Schottenstein Theatre on Sunday, October 6 from 5:30-7:30. Her book,Â What Made Maddy Run, details the tragic struggle of a young, successful athlete with mental illness. Fagan comes to Bexley as part of the District’s Bexley Be Well initiative, funded in part by the BEF.
As part of the School District’s Bexley Be Well initiative, funded by the BEF and the Bexley Community Foundation, there will be a free screening of the film Angst in Bexley High School’s Schottenstein Theatre on Wednesday, September 4 at 6:30pm. The community is invited to attend the screening and the panel discussion that will follow with experts in the mental health field.Â Angst is a 56-minute documentary film that explores anxiety, its causes and effects, and what can be done to address it.