Beavercreek High School

Beavercreek High School is a public high school for grades 9-12 located in Beavercreek, Ohio. The principal is Marian West. It is a member of the Beavercreek City School District and is the only high school in the district. Beavercreek High School is located in a suburban setting. The mascot of Beavercreek High School is the Battlin' Beavers.

The school has 3002 students, making it the third largest high school in Ohio, based on student population. Many classes are offered for students at Beavercreek High School, including Honors and Scholarship classes. The school also offers 10 AP classes. The school's girls basketball team has a long history of excellence and has averaged over 18 wins a season under coach Ed Zink's 36 year tenure. Zink became the girls high school baseketball coach with the most wins in Ohio history on 10 February 2011 and currently has a 658-185 record going into the 2011-12 season.

Because of overcrowding, the district is planning to turn Ferguson Middle School, located adjacent to BHS, into a 9th grade building, thus creating a high school campus. After passage of a bond ballot, planning has started on the construction of an additional middle school (to take the place of Ferguson), an elementary school, and a preschool.

Read more about Beavercreek High School:  History, Student Statistics, Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships, Beavercreek Band Program, Clubs and Activities, Accomplishments, Track Renovation, Notable Alumni

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