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BBHHS Staff Raises $2,500 for Families in Need

Just in time for the holiday season, the generous staff at Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School has raised approximately $2,500 for families in need in our community. More +
Project Support / Communications ClubYoga Activity

Project Support and Communication Club Members Participate in Yoga Activity

The BBHCSD provides a wide variety of services to ensure that all students receive individualized instruction, enrichment, and support to meet their potential.   More +

HS News and Notes 12.13.19

Click here for the News and Notes. More +

HS Semester Exam Schedule

Semester exams will be December 18, 19 and 20, 2019.  Students must return the permission slip below in order to leave early and in between exams.  Permission slips are due by Friday December 13th. 

School Fees

School fees are available to view on ProgressBook.  Fees can be paid in the High School Counseling office.  Checks may be made payable to BBHHS.  Fees can also be paid on myschoolaccount.com.  

Congratulations Students: 1st Quarter Honor/Merit Roll

Congratulations to all students achieving Honor or Merit Roll for the first quarter of the 2019-20 school year. 

HOBY Outstanding Sophomores Chosen

Jacob Didea, son of Ernie and Laura Didea of Broadview Heights, was selected to represent Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School at this year’s Hugh O’Brian Youth Foundation Leadership Seminar.  The seminar will be held in the spring of 2020 at Youngstown State University.

The Hugh O’Brian Youth Foundation (HOBY) exists to help motivate, train, and reward future leaders by preparing them for leadership positions in their schools and by developing the talents that will serve them in the future.  Sophomore representatives from schools throughout Ohio will meet with a group of distinguished leaders in business, education, government and the professions.  Through informal discussions, question and answer, and give-and-take formats, the participants get a realistic look at what makes America great.  They learn as individuals that they are important and that their thoughts and actions can make a difference. 

Jacob was selected from a group of seventy sophomores who were nominated for the honor by demonstrating a high level of leadership in school and extra-curricular activities, as well as activities outside of school.  A committee of staff members reviewed written responses to specific questions and personally interviewed six finalists to determine this year’s representative.  Special congratulations are extended to all of the students who chose to participate in the program.  Their leadership abilities are highly regarded and appreciated in our school community. 

Jacob is a member of the Student Council, Key Club, Mock Trial, Speech and Debate Club, Chinese Club, HUDDLE, Band and Track Team.  He recently was awarded a scholarship for a two week trip to China through Cleveland State University.    

Faith Hutchison, daughter of Dianne and Kirk Hutchison, of Brecksville was chosen as the alternate.  In addition, congratulations to four finalists, Anna RoderickAnna MehendaleAnn Matthew and Joshua Sobecks. All of these students exemplify qualities of “Bee Your Best”!

A special thank you is extended to the Brecksville Kiwanis Club who generously support this leadership seminar. 

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Gallery of Achievement Inductees 2019

Congratulations to the 2019 BBH Gallery of Achievement Inductees Jack Hruby, David Bronczek, Ralph DeSantis, Katherine Dolan, David Mansbery, and Edward Sustersic !  The progam which was held on Friday, October 4th at 9am in the BBHHS Auditorium.   

Senior Portraits

Seniors: see Ms. DiFranco in room 153 to set up a time for your FREE senior portrait picture on Sept. 25th. This portrait is for the yearbook and the composite picture that will be displayed in the hallway with your class.

Pay to Participate Forms 2019

 Please check this form for Pay to Participate Fees.

Student Handbook/Code of Conduct 2019-20

All students need to be aware of the important information located within the Student Handbook. This handbook covers all academic and extracurricular programs sponsored by the school district.  Have a great year!  GO BEES!

Graduation Requirements

Review this guide to Ohio's Graduation Requirements.   Please note there are three different sets of requirements. Ohio Graduation Requirements More +

BBHHS Recognized on US News and World Report Best High School List!

Congratulations to our students, families, and staff for earning our community recognition through the U.S. News and World Report Best High Schools Rankings. BBHHS was ranked #4 in NE Ohio, #17 in Ohio, and #430 nationally. This page explains how they rank schools, which has a heavy reliance on state and AP test data. We are excited to be included on this list, but are also proud that test scores are only a small part of the amazing accomplishments and learning that take place in our school thanks to our hard working students, supportive families, and dedicated educators. More +

Class of 2020 Immunization Requirement

Please review the letter from our school nurse regarding the requirements for seniors.  Immunization Requirement Letter Class of 2020

BBHHS 2019-20 Course Options Book

Click here to access the 2019-20 BBHHS Course Options Book. More +

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BBHHS Parent/Student Handbook

Please review the handbook with your son/daughter so your family is familiar with the BBHHS policies and procedures. More +
Online School Fees/Lunch Payments

Online School Fees/Lunch Payments

Parents now have the opportunity to pay student fees online using a credit card or debit card. This includes school fees, athletic and extracurricular fees, as well as lunch fees. More +

District License Plate Available


Thanks to the work of our CAPA program and State Representative Marlene Anielski, our district now has it's own license plate available at oplates.com.  
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Upcoming Events
Dec
14

ACT Testing

Sat Dec 14 2019
Dec
14

Madrigal Dinner

Sat Dec 14 2019
Dec
16

Freshmen Study and Snack

Mon Dec 16 2019
Dec
18

Board Meeting

Wed Dec 18 2019
Dec
18

Semester Exams

Wed Dec 18 2019
to Fri Dec 20 2019

Dec
23

Winter Break - No School

Mon Dec 23 2019
to Fri Jan 3 2020

Dec
29

Holiday Wrestling Tournament

Sun Dec 29 2019
to Mon Dec 30 2019

Dec
31

HS Building Closed

Tue Dec 31 2019
to Wed Jan 1 2020

Jan
3

Speech and Debate Tournament

Fri Jan 3 2020
to Sat Jan 4 2020

Jan
6

Bee Athletic Booster Mtg

Mon Jan 6 2020
Jan
7

Vocal Music Booster Mtg.

Tue Jan 7 2020
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