Sophomores may schedule a visit during a regular school day through our Greene Days visitation program. Dates for 2016 are February 2, March 2, April 6 and May 4. Students attending one of our partner schools should register through their guidance office. Others may contact Mrs. Baughn in our admissions office at 372-6941, extension 269 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Marketing program at Beavecreek High School competed in the DECA regional competition and 10 students placed in the top four to advance to the DECA Ohio Leadership Conference. The state event will be held in Columbus on March 18-19. Advancing are Austin Browning, Ethan Dixon, Marcus Miller, Mike Griffith, Allen Hochwalt, Courtney Holzapfel, Trevor Louis, Madi Burton, Hunter Weyrauch and Nautica Rendon.
International Business and Finance along with Information Technology combined to send eight students through the Business Professionals of America Region 15 Leadership Conference and on to the Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference in Columbus. Qualifying for a chance to advance through the state level and on to nationals are Andrew Powers, Matthew Madsen, Micah Gates, Kyle Little, Taylor Grooms, Jacob Snoeberger, Andrew Worthington and Dalton Ballard.
Our senior Information Technology recently participated in the 2015 Food for Friends drive and delivered nearly one ton of food to the project. Our career-technical labs competed to see who could be the most generous and the Electrical Wiring and Motor Control students came out victorious.
The Cedarville FFA Chapter has been named one of 11 recipients of the Ohio Small Grains Marketing Program's Food for Thought Challenge. Food for Thought is a statewide competition among FFA chapters to increase awareness about the nutritional value of a diet with whole grains, among other healthy behavior changes, in their schools and communities.
Taylor Grooms, Natasha Lewis, Jacob Snoeberger and Andrew Worthington have passed the National Seminars Training Customer Service Certification Program. Completion of the program demonstrates a willingness to learn new skills and improve effectiveness and service quality. The training is aligned with Sinclair Community College's customer service course which allows the students to earn three semester credit hours toward college graduation.
Matt Hiser from Greeneview and Austin Rohrback and Stephanie Wuebben from Xenia were awarded the American Degree at the 88th National FFA Convention in Louisville, Kentucky. The American Degree is the highest degree awarded by the National FFA Organization and recognizes students' leadership abilities and outstanding achievement in agricultural business, production, processing and service programs.