Information & Events Taking Place December 10-December 23rd

Mid-Term and Finals Week

It is hard to believe but half of the academic year is almost over! With the end of our first semester, students will begin taking mid-terms for full-year courses and finals for semester-based courses. Please review the schedule below to determine what your child's schedule will be for testing. Please note that students are permitted to leave the building during times they are not testing but MUST HAVE PRIOR PARENTAL PERMISSION. Students must return the signed permission form included below and return it to the Buckeye High School Main Office no later than December 14th. If students do not return the signed form they will not be permitted to leave the building and will be required to report to a supervised study hall here at Buckeye High School. Please be aware that lunch will be available to students daily from 10:40-11:15 a.m. with daily menu options. Please also be aware that students permitted to leave campus, by their parents, during non-scheduled exam times MUST provide their own transportation. Our normal school transportation drop-off and pickup times will run as scheduled.
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Just a reminder to all Sophomore students that your Health class MUST be completed by December 21st in order to earn credit. Please make sure your child is working towards goal!

Report Card Distribution

For the second academic quarter, Buckeye High School will be moving to distribute report cards via ProgressBook. Report cards will be available for download for families on Friday, January 11th. Parents will be able to access their child's report card via the parent portal access in ProgressBook. If you would still like a paper copy the report card to be sent home with your child please contact Mrs. Maureen Maxwell in the Buckeye High School Main Office at 330-722-8257 or via email at

Attention Junior and Senior Parents PSAT Scores Available

Parents of Sophomores and Juniors please be aware that you can view your child's PSAT results are now available. Paper scores, along with a score explanation tool, will be sent home with students in early January. If you would like to review your child's scores now, you can do so via the College Board website and your child's College Board account. Please use the included video to help you determine how to best review your child's PSAT scores. If you need assistance with this process please do not hesitate to contact our school counselors for guidance.

Buckeye High School Food Pantry

Dear Buckeye High School Families & Staff,

This year, the High School Administration, National Honor Society, and Key Club have begun to work with Feeding Medina County in hope of establishing a Food Pantry within the High School. The goal of the food pantry is to provide students with an opportunity to have healthy snacks during the school day and to provide weekend bags to those students who may be in financial distress and have limited access to healthy and filling meals.

Feeding Medina County’s mission is to educate, engage and lead our community in creating an environment where no one goes hungry. This is a concept that we in the High School have embraced and hope to fulfill as we support students within our own community.

This Holiday Season, we are asking for donations of non-perishable food and toiletry items to help get our pantry up and running. Donated food items such as protein/granola bars, boxes of cereal, cans of soup and tuna, as well as basic hygiene products will be put to great use. To help encourage all in our school community to fight childhood hunger in Medina County, Buckeye High School has created a “Giving Tree” located in the Main Office. If you are interested in helping to support this very worthwhile program, please have items brought in to the Main Office by December 20, 2018. If you have any questions about the program or how to best donate items, please contact Mrs. Maxwell in the office.

Merry Christmas & Go Bucks!

Kevin Jakub


Buckeye High School

Freshmen Mentor: Midterm and Final Study Session

The week before finals has been a busy week of studying and preparation for our Buckeye High School students. For our Freshmen class, this is the first time many of them have been exposed to a midterm exam. Knowing this, our Freshmen Mentors took on the challenge of helping prepare our newest Bucks for their first midterm experience. Each day during Buckeye period peer tutors and teachers from each of our departments spent time in Buckeye Period helping prepare our freshmen for their first exams. Peer tutors and Buckeye staff led review sessions, provided study tips, and did some re-teaching in order to help make the testing experience a little bit less stressful and providing some great structure for future preparation. Thank you to Mr. Snook for organizing and leading this great program!
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BuckTV: Spotlight on Buckeye High School Students

The crew at BuckTV has continued their great work this semester as they work to share not only about the events that take place at Buckeye High School but most importantly the people who make up the fabric of our school. After putting the focus on some of our staff members in the last edition of The Buckeye Blast they decided to put their focus back on some of our winter sports athletes.
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Please be aware that this year BHS staff is working to making our school calendar even more informative than ever before. New building secretary, Mrs. Maxwell, is diligently working towards compiling accurate and extensive event dates for all BHS events including clubs, athletic contests, and community events. We encourage you to use our building Google Calendar located on the right-hand margin of our school website for the extensive events list. If there are events not listed that you may have questions about please do not hesitate to contact us in the Main Office for assistance.