Bellefontaine high school is a great school it had a fantastic principal that left the school which he will be surely miss by students and family.
Bellefontaine High School is a public high school in Bellefontaine. The principal of Bellefontaine High School is Mr. William A. Badenhop Jr, who can be contacted at email@example.com. 861 students attend Bellefontaine High School and are mostly White, non-Hispanic; Multiracial; and Black, non-Hispanic. 26% of the 861 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 43% are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Bellefontaine High School is 16:1. Calvary Christian School is one of the nearest high schools.
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As a former student of Bellefontaine highschool I was very impressed by the quality of teachers and staff. I was not an average grade student when I began attending there. I struggle a lot with my previous school grade wise and comfortability wise. My learning needs were not met at my previous school as they were at Bellefontaine. I was so happy that I transffered to this school. If I wouldn't have done this I would not have graduated from highschool. I want to thank the teachers for their help and support in the time I was there. Thank You So Much!!!
Bellefontaine is an excellent place for students. I have two students who are average academically and average athletically and Bellefontaine has helped both of them excell. The teaching and administrative staff are hard working and see to it that all students are well cared for.
As a parent- I couldn't be happier. This school has an excellent faculty and administration. We have excellent facilities athletics music programs and acedemics. I think the only thing we're lacking is diversity. We can't help that. My kids have a lot more opportunities than if they had been transferred to Indian lake or Ben Logan. Both are fine schools- and I'm a graduate of one of them...but Bellefontaine is the best hands down. They can offer my kids the most choice and the most exposure to everything; whether it be music- or mathematics.
As a RECENT former student I would have to encourage parents to send their students to Bellefontaine City Schools. The schools have their problems with things like violence and 'cliques' true enough but no more so than other schools. At the high school age especially that kind of behavior is to be somewhat expected. I was an average student with no extreme athletic ability and I wasn't treated badly for that or any other aspects of my personality. I think that Bellefontaine City Schools would be one of the best places to send cheldren and I would highly recomend it to parents.
I am a senior at BHS and I have been very disappointed the last few years in the quality of my school. There are lots of fights. The school doesn't notify students on up coming events early. Also I feel as if I am constantly in competion with my fellow students over who is more popular etc... I believe that Bellefontaine is a very vain high school
Being a former student of Bellefontaine High School I would not recomend that you send your children to this school. Bellefontaine is a close knit community within the school and those who are cast out are those who are not athletic those who get average grades and those who do not go towards what the community standard is for 'normal'. Because I was outspoken about the mistreatment and segregation I was a prime target for teachers and administrators as well as students and their families. There are two great schools no more than 20-30 minutes away at the most from Bellefontaine Ben Logan and Indian Lake I would transfer your children there.
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