Welcome to Barberton High School
Mr. Jeff Ramnytz
Principal

Mr. Joe Lattarulo
Assistant Principal
Grades 9-11 A-L
 
Mr. Henry Muren
Assistant Principal
Grades 9-11 M-Z

Mr. Mike Andric
Assistant Principal
Grade 12
College and Career Readiness
Senior Pictures
Barberton High School News
Volunteers Needed

Barberton Relay For Life@ Lake Anna Park

Opportunity for senior hours and for teams/ clubs to volunteer. Students and teams must email Kathy Fogle prior to the event or call 330-472-0299.

Opportunity Times : Friday, July 14 for 1 to 2 hours; Saturday, July 15 11 am to 8 pm; Sunday, July 16 9 am to 1 pm.
 
Summer Food Service Program

From Monday, June 12 - Thursday, August 17, meals will be provided to all eligible youth (18 yrs and under) that meet the income guidelines for reduced-price meals in the National School Lunch Program.

Click here for more information including a list of participating sites in Barberton.
 
MAG: Manga, Anime, Graphic Novel Club Summer Meetings (grades 5-12)

MAG club will have summer meetings at Barberton Public Library. Mark your calendar for July 6 and August 3 from 3:00-4:30 pm.

Contact Ms. Smith for more information.
 
2017 Graduation Photographs

The Barberton High School 2017 graduation photographs (including groups and individual graduates) are now available online for purchase!

Click here to view the online album and make purchases.
 
Coding (grades 1-12) and STEM (grades 1-9) Camp Applications

Are you ready for some out-of-this-world summer fun? Sign up NOW to join us for Coding or STEM Camp! The theme of this year’s STEM Camp is “STEM WARS: A STAR WARS INSPIRED STEM CAMP!

Both camps are open to students enrolled in Wadsworth, Copley, Norton, or Barberton City Districts during the 2016-2017 school year or registered for the 2017-2018 school year.

Coding Camp will run from Monday, July 17 - Friday, July 21. STEM Camp will run from Monday, July 24 - Friday, July 28. 

Click here from more Information
 
BHS Costa Rica Trips

Barberton High School is planning summer 2018 and 2019 trips to Costa Rica. This is an excellent travel and educational opportunity for students. Please visit the links listed below for more information.

June 2018
June 2019

Parent/Student informational meetings will be held in the fall.
 
Barberton Schools Select BHS Principal Jeff Ramnytz as Its Next Superintendent

Click here for more information on our next Superintendent. 
 
NEW: A Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education

A new special education procedural safeguards notice, A Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education, is now available. This publication replaces the earlier procedural safeguards notice, Whose IDEA Is This?

Visit our Student Services page or the Ohio Department of Education for more information.
 
DO YOUR JOB! - Barberton High School Top 10 Employability Skills




Whether college bound, military minded, or aiming for a career out of high school: all BHS Students will focus on the Barberton High School Top 10 Employability Skills:
  1. Communication skills — Listening, speaking and writing. Employers want people who can accurately interpret what others are saying and organize and express their thoughts clearly.
  2. Teamwork — In today’s work environment, many jobs involve working in one or more groups. Employers want someone who can bring out the best in others.
  3. Analytical and problem-solving skills — Employers want people who can use creativity, reasoning and past experiences to identify and solve problems effectively.
  4. Personal management skills — The ability to plan and manage multiple assignments and tasks, set priorities and adapt to changing conditions and work assignments.
  5. Interpersonal effectiveness — Employers usually note whether an employee can relate to co-workers and build relationships with others in the organization.
  6. Computer/technical literacy — Although employers expect to provide training on job-specific software, they also expect employees to be proficient with basic computer skills.
  7. Leadership/management skills — The ability to take charge and manage your co-workers, if required, is a welcome trait. Most employers look for signs of leadership qualities.
  8. Learning skills — Jobs are constantly changing and evolving, and employers want people who can grow and learn as changes come.
  9. Academic competence in reading and math — Although most jobs don’t require calculus, almost all jobs require the ability to read and comprehend instructions and perform basic math.
  10. Strong work values — Dependability, promptness, Good attendance, honesty, self-confidence and a positive attitude are prized qualities in any profession. Employers look for personal integrity.
 
The Magic City Boyz
 
BHS Math Teachers Mr. Lane & Mr. Hackley have just released their newest Math Rap video called "679 SLOPE" to YouTube. They hope to make math more enjoyable for their students and they hope everyone enjoys their video!
Ramnytz's Rules
Class of 2017 Pathways
College Scholarships
Listing of Scholarships
 Class of 2017 Click Above!
 
Barberton Local Scholarships Application
for the Class of 2018 coming in 2018!
 
Downloads

ACT Dates
2016-2017
Chromebook Policy
Revised June 2016
Do Your Job Letter
2016-2017
Flex Credit Application
Revised June 2016
Flex Credit Handbook
Revised June 2016
Grad Path 2018 and Beyond
Earning an Ohio High School Diploma Classes of 2018 and beyond
Links
Support BHS!
 
The tenth grade teams will be participating in the Acme Community Cashback Program again this year. Please save your Acme receipts that are dated 8/11/16-12/31/16 and give them to Mrs. Weeks (Team Magics), Mrs. Lee (Team Stars), or Mrs. Rockich (Team Purple).
 
Thank you in advance for helping us raise money for our teams!
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