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  • Girl's Basketball Tryouts

    For all girls interested in playing basketball this year tryouts/practice will start on Friday October 22nd and Saturday the 23rd . On Friday they will start at 3:00PM and will be done at 5:30 and Saturday they will be from 9:30am -11:30am. Please make sure that you have filled out Final Forms and that you have a current physical. If you have any questions please email Coach Bower at abower@bedfordschools.org or ask in the Athletic Office.

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  • DECA IS BACK IN FULL SWING

    BHS DECA officially launched this 21-22 school year in September.

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  • Time to Vote for Your BHS Homecoming King & Queen!

    It is time to vote for the Homecoming Queen & King! Only the 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade students of Bedford High School will vote for the candidates in each category (King and Queen) on-line through a Google form from Tues., Oct. 5 through Wed., Oct. 6, 2021. Voting will end at 2:30 p.m. on Wed., Oct. 6.

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  • Parent Teacher Conferences Link

    Please follow the link to our BHS parent teacher conference links & sign-ups

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  • Senior Homecoming Court Application Info

    Please follow the link to our BHS homecoming website if you are a senior and interested in applying for homecoming court. This application must be completed and submitted no later than 2:30 p.m., on Friday, September 24, 2021.

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  • Bedford Soccer Kicks Off Strong This Week!

    Our varsity girl's & boy's soccer teams fought hard against Lorain this week with tons of heart and Bearcat pride!

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  • Bedford vs. Lorain Varsity Football Game Tickets

    Please follow the link to purchase tickets for the Bedford vs. Lorain varsity football game. There will be no ticket sales at the gate. Students must have a student ID, current schedule, or be accompanied by an adult.

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  • Cleveland State University’s Community Learning Center Offers Year Round Tutoring for Students

    Registration is now open for the Community Learning Center for Children and Youth at Cleveland State University. The center offers year round, in-person and remote tutoring for students K-12. Find out more about what the CSU Community Learning Center can offer your child by attending their open house on Thursday, September 23 from 4-7 p.m. The open house takes place in Julka Hall Atrium, 2485 Euclid Avenue.

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  • Celebrating Deaf Awareness Month

    Please see the link to view our ASL (American Sign Language) course electives, as our current ASL classes help us celebrate and observe #DeafAwarenessMonth

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  • 9/1/21 | COVID UPDATES & PROTOCOLS FROM SUPERINTENDENT CELICO

    Please click the following to view Dr. Celico's updated COVID protocols and procedures.

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  • Bedford vs. Elyria Tickets

    Please follow the link to purchase tickets for the Bedford at Elyria varsity football game at Elyria tonight. All ticket sales are online only - $7 for general admission

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  • BHS: Dress Code K-12

    Click here for more information about this year's dress code

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  • Enjoy Your Summer Break!

    You did it Bearcats! Please do not forget students are be required to return their Chromebooks, cases, and chargers from June 9th to June 14th at the BHS Makerspace (located on the north side of the school)! BHS students and families, after another hard-working year please be sure to take some time for yourselves this summer and enjoy your time off!

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  • Summer Learning

    Bedford City Schools will offer summer school for students in grades 7-12 at Bedford High School. The program is open only to students who reside within the school district. This year’s program will be virtual and have a limited number of courses that will be face to face.

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  • Go Green & Plant a Tree!

    Last week, the Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District donated tree seedlings for BCSD students & staff to take home. Junior & senior students in our Science in Society class separated the seedlings and prepared them in individual bags to be taken home and planted. Anyone who took a tree seedling received information about the trees and pledged to plant them right away. There were White Pines, River Birch, and Sycamore tree seedlings, and nearly 100 trees were given away!!! Thank you to CSWD for the donation, and to all who pledged to plant a tree!!

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