Welcome to Barberton High School
Mr. Jeff Ramnytz
Mr. Joe Lattarulo
Assistant Principal
Mr. Henry Muren
Assistant Principal
Mr. Mike Andric
Assistant Principal
Barberton High School News
BHS Football Awards

2015 Albie Litwak
Award Winner

Toriq Ingol
2015 Josh Miller
Award Winner

Ben Richards

2015 Ken Sennett
Award Winner

Brandon McCall

ACESS banquet

Barberton High School senior, Maci Devenport, was presented with the Akron Council of Engineering and Scientific Societies Outstanding Student Award at the 68th ACESS banquet in Akron. Gifted students from many Summit County high schools were recognized for their academic achievements in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. ACESS and First Energy also recognized and awarded Barberton Middle School S.T.E.M. teacher Mrs. Stacy Latham with a $1000 classroom grant for the Electrical House Project.
High School Accounting Day at Kent State

Students in the BHS Business Management program attended the High School Accounting Day at Kent State University on Friday. A variety of speakers from both the accounting and business worlds included those in public accounting, corporate accounting, young professionals and students. It was a successful and educational day!
After School ACT Prep Schedule for December Exam

All Sessions will be in A-150 from 2:40 – 3:15
  • Thursday, November 5th: ACT Overview, General Tips & Strategies
  • Thursday, November 12th: ACT English Prep
  • Thursday, November 19th: ACT Math Prep
  • Thursday, December 3rd: ACT Reading Prep
  • Thursday, December 10th: ACT Science Prep
Saturday, December 12th – ACT Exam Day
The BHS Magician

The Barberton High School Magician (school newspaper) is making it's return. Click here to read the first issue of 2015-2016

Class of 2016 Senior Class Picture Submission Information & Requirements

Class of 2016 Senior Class Picture Submission Information & Requirements
  • Student choice pose
  • Color, vertical photo
  • Electronic submissions only via:
  1. Email BHSCigam@barbertonschools.org
  2. CD from photographer
  3. Yearbook Snap (free app) using code magics and “portraits” category

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.
ACT Test Dates in the U.S., U.S. Territories, and Canada

ACT Website
Community Health Center Adolescent Treatment Program
College Credit Plus

From State Superintendent Dr. Richard A. Ross

As your child moves closer to high school graduation you are probably thinking about whether he or she will go to college. Will your son or daughter be prepared for higher education? Will you be able to afford it?

These are normal questions for parents to ask. We have good news that can help you answer them if you think college may be in your child’s future. Ohio’s College Credit Plus program offers students in grades 7-12 the chance to earn college credit from any Ohio public college or participating private college while earning high school credit for the same courses, if they qualify academically. If a student qualifies for College Credit Plus, all associated costs are free to students seeking credit from public colleges. There may be limited costs for students seeking credit from private institutions.

Click here for more information on College Credit Plus
Barberton High School Veterans Day Video
Ramnytz's Rules
Class of 2015
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High School Calendar
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 8/20/15-1/6/16 and give them to Mrs. Weeks (Team Magics), Mrs. Monk (Team Stars), or Mrs. Rockich (Team Purple).
Thank you in advance for helping us raise money for our teams!
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Listing of Scholarships
 Class of 2016 Click Above!
 Common Scholarship Application
Coming for the Class of 2016 soon!
BHS Yearbook Community Upload. Code = magics
Community Upload (Click Here)
BHS Cigam (Yearbook) Orders
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