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  • BHS Library / BHS Library
    Publications Policies Forms Bexley Middle School Our School Curriculum Counseling Clubs Organizations Library Contact Us Publications Policies Forms BMS PTO Gifted Education Athletics Athletic Department Athletic Forms Resources Bexley Athletic Boosters Parent Student Parent Student Links How to register a student BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites BHS Library Summer Reading 2015 Catalog RESEARCH Book Club Legal Research Documentaries

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/916 (2016-04-30)
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  • Staff Directory / Secondary Schools Staff Directory
    Athletic Department Athletic Forms Resources Bexley Athletic Boosters Parent Student Parent Student Links How to register a student BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites Calendar Bexley High School Bexley Middle School Staff Directory Search Again Building All Bexley High School Bexley Middle School Board of Education Cassingham Elementary District Maryland Elementary Montrose Elementary Lastname Starts With Contains Lastname Subject Area or Assignment All Administration Aide Allied Arts Business Allied Arts FCS Allied Arts Health PE Art Band BHS Library Cassingham Office Central Office Counselor Custodial Custodian District Special Services Educational Aide ELP English ENL Fine Arts Art Fine Arts Band Fine Arts Performing Arts Food Services Foreign Language Foreign Language ESL Franklin Co ESC GATE General Music Gifted Services Governance Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 4 Educational Aide MD Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 7 8 Grade 8 Grade K Grade Pre K Guidance Heal Health PE Allied Arts Health Office Health Services High School Office IB Coordinator IB MYP Coordinator Instructional Aide Integrated Studies Team Intervention Specialist Kindergarten Learning Center Library Library Aide Literacy Support Maintenance Maintenance Custodial Math Math 7 8

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/938 (2016-04-30)
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  • Clubs & Organizations / Clubs & Organizations
    Meeting time Monday Thursday during lunchtime in room 7113 Dues 1 per semester All students are welcome to join Bexleo Student yearbook advisor Mr Nolan Mrs Motasem Book Club Mr Nolan website Mr Tomich Business Club Chris Maisenbacher Chess Club Ms Grasso Class Advisors Freshman class Ms Mallory Sophomore class TBD Junior class Kristin Butler Senior class Mr Nolan Conservative Club Mr Chrysler Cum Laude Ms Mulder Bexley Thespians Ms Rhinehart El Club de Espanol Profe Higgins Meetings are twice each month on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the first half of lunch in Profe Higgins room Accepting of all levels of Spanish and even French or Latin students Club members approach languages culturally with fun activities Engineering Club Mark Hayman Environmental Club This club meets once each month on Wednesdays during lunch in Mr Logsdon s room Guest speakers often address club meetings and club members participate in activities like environmental clean ups and fairs Mr Logsdon Gay Straight Alliance Ms Horger In the Know Ms Hoch Japanese Club Club meets every Wednesday at lunch in Ms Brown s room 7209 Ms Andrea Brown Junior Statesman of America Dr Michelle Rogers Activities Debate relevant political issues and current events travel to JSA conventions host guest speakers who address current issues the political process and involvement Meetings are held after Tuesdays after school in room 4185 and all are welcome JSA is the largest high school student run organization in the U S Key Club Ms Motasem This service club is part of Key Club International A main effort is the spring 5K Race for the Kids Rainbow Run benefiting Nationwide Children s Hospital Lamplight Literary Magazine Mr Chad Hemmelgarn The Leo Mission Lions Experiencing Orbit Ms Golliday Model UN Mr Maier National Honor Society Ms Lilly Pep Club Ms Whitlatch

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/937 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Counseling & Supports / School Counseling Overview
    Education Athletics Athletic Department Athletic Forms Resources Bexley Athletic Boosters Parent Student Parent Student Links How to register a student BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites School Counseling Overview Career Center College Credit Plus College Career Readiness Educational Options Scheduling Process Get Resources Math Help Science Peer Tutoring World Languages Response to Intervention RtI Approaches to Learning AtL English Resource Center ERC Learning Lunch Gifted Education English as a New Language ENL 504 Plans Individual Education Plans IEPs School Counseling Supports Bexley High School School Counseling Bexley High School seeks to provide a comprehensive developmental counseling program addressing the academic career and personal social development of all students A district wide counseling plan guides the program Some of the academic supports and programs available to BHS students are listed on the menu at left For more information click there or on one of the links below BHS School Counselors David Leland Counselor for students whose last names begin with A L 614 231 4591 ext 4190 Carrie Washburn Counselor for students whose last names begin with M Z 614 231 4591 Sarah Lynch Secretary Registrar 614 231 4591 Emergency

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/1038 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Counseling & Supports / Career Center
    Student Parent Student Links How to register a student BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites School Counseling Overview Career Center College Credit Plus College Career Readiness Educational Options Scheduling Process Get Resources Math Help Science Peer Tutoring World Languages Response to Intervention RtI Approaches to Learning AtL English Resource Center ERC Learning Lunch Gifted Education English as a New Language ENL 504 Plans Individual Education Plans IEPs School Counseling Supports Eastland Fairfield Career Technical Schools Eastland Fairfield Career Technical School District is an extension of Bexley High School that provides high school students with academic opportunities across a wide range of career and technical programs These programs are designed to help students prepare for future opportunities in either a college or career path setting Students who enroll in a career center program continue to have the same flexibility and opportunities to pursue a post secondary career at a college or university along with the education and skills to enter directly into a specific career path Eastland Career Center 4465 S Hamilton Road Groveport OH 43125 Fairfield Career Center 3985 Coonpath Road NW Carroll OH 43112 Additional Resources Eastland Fairfield

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/1055 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Counseling & Supports / College Credit Plus
    Tutoring World Languages Response to Intervention RtI Approaches to Learning AtL English Resource Center ERC Learning Lunch Gifted Education English as a New Language ENL 504 Plans Individual Education Plans IEPs School Counseling Supports College Credit Plus College Credit Plus Program The College Credit Plus program offering free college credit is open to any Bexley student in grades 7 12 who demonstrates college readiness Developed by the Ohio Board of Regents and the Ohio Department of Education College Credit Plus replaces Post Secondary Education Options and provides many college course options The Bexley High School Counseling Team has created the College Credit Plus Information Planning Guide to help students educate themselves regarding the program expectations requirements benefits limitations and additional responsibilities students are accepting by choosing to participate in the College Credit Plus program With College Credit Plus a student may earn up to 30 credits per school year and or up to 120 credit hours while in the program courses may be taken over the summer term all tuition and textbooks at any public college or university are paid for by Bexley City Schools with no charge to the student college courses may also satisfy high school graduation requirements some expenses for courses taken at a private institution may be paid for a student s costs for parking or transportation are not covered Important Steps Bexley students interested in applying in the College Credit Plus program during the 2016 2017 academic year must Complete Letter of Intent form and submit to school counselor by April 1 2016 Apply to the institution of higher educations IHE College Credit Plus program by the deadline date established by the college or university and complete all application requirements including but not limited to college readiness assessment ACT SAT or COMPASS score based on

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/1056 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Counseling & Supports / College & Career Readiness
    School Announcements Clubs Organizations Contact Us Publications Policies Forms Bexley Middle School Our School Curriculum Counseling Clubs Organizations Library Contact Us Publications Policies Forms BMS PTO Gifted Education Athletics Athletic Department Athletic Forms Resources Bexley Athletic Boosters Parent Student Parent Student Links How to register a student BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites School Counseling Overview Career Center College Credit Plus College Career Readiness Educational Options Scheduling Process Get Resources Math Help Science Peer Tutoring World Languages Response to Intervention RtI Approaches to Learning AtL English Resource Center ERC Learning Lunch Gifted Education English as a New Language ENL 504 Plans Individual Education Plans IEPs School Counseling Supports College and Career Readiness Click on our College and Career Development Plan to learn more about how School Counselors are working with Bexley students to support them in learning more about their individual interests abilities and skill sets Additional Resources Career Key Glassdoor Ohio Means Jobs Roadtrip Nation Important Dates Jan 5 13 The Bexley High School Counselors meet with students in grades 9 11 to discuss grade specific topics related to career readiness learning style inventories and college planning More

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/1057 (2016-04-30)
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  • School Counseling & Supports / Educational Options
    Publications Policies Forms BMS PTO Gifted Education Athletics Athletic Department Athletic Forms Resources Bexley Athletic Boosters Parent Student Parent Student Links How to register a student BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites School Counseling Overview Career Center College Credit Plus College Career Readiness Educational Options Scheduling Process Get Resources Math Help Science Peer Tutoring World Languages Response to Intervention RtI Approaches to Learning AtL English Resource Center ERC Learning Lunch Gifted Education English as a New Language ENL 504 Plans Individual Education Plans IEPs School Counseling Supports Educational Options The intent of the Educational Options program is to allow educators students parents and others to work together to provide opportunities for students to learn in an independent or individual setting and to study or work with recognized experts in specific fields Independent study distance learning tutoring educational travel mentoring study abroad programs internships and project portfolios are representative of experiences that fall within the Educational Options program Students who are interested in pursuing an Educational Options program should download the Educational Options Policy Form for review Students should complete the Application and Action Plan portion of the form and

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/1058 (2016-04-30)
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