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Beachwood City School District Beachwood High School CEEB Code 361193 25100 Fairmount Boulevard Beachwood, Ohio 44122 Phone: 216.831.2080 Fax: 216.292.4169 Guidance Fax: 216.292.2377

Beachwood High School is a four-year college preparatory high school with an enrollment of 512. The graduation rate for the class of 2013 was 99 percent. Faculty is 100 percent licensed with an average 11.6 years experience in Beachwood; 84 percent hold Master’s or Doctoral degrees. Beachwood High School offers an extensive college-preparatory curriculum: 23 Advanced Placement Courses • Biology • Comparative • Macroeconomics • Spanish Language Government • Calculus AB • Microeconomics • Spanish Literature • English Language • Calculus BC • Physics B • Statistics • English Literature • Chemistry • Physics C: • U.S. History • Environmental Mechanics • Chinese • U.S. Government Science • Physics C: E & M • Computer Science • 2D Studio Art • European History • Psychology 19 Honors-level Courses • Algebra 2 • Biology • English 1/2 • Physical Science • American Sign • Chemistry • Geometry • Pre-calculus Language 4 • Chinese 4 • Hebrew 4/5/6/7 • Robotics • Band • Choir • Orchestra • Spanish 4 Students also may take courses at local colleges and universities for high school and college credit through the District’s Post-Secondary Enrollment Option. Elective courses include: • Accounting • Cleveland Economics • Adobe Creative Suite • Creative Writing • Art of Motion • Debate & Public Picture Speaking • Asian Studies

• Introduction to Business • Journalism • Sociology • Speech • TV Production Sequence Senior Search is an independent study project that allows seniors to work directly with outside advisors during the spring semester to explore careers of their choice.

Beachwood High School Edward T. Klein, Principal Ryan W. Patti, Assistant Principal Ryan M. Peters, Athletics Director Marcia Alperin, Guidance Counselor Carol Grooms, Guidance Counselor Ashley Saferight, Guidance Counselor

Beachwood Board of Education Dr. Brian Weiss, President Mitchel E. Luxenburg, Vice President David B. Ostro, Member Joshua Mintz, Member Steve Rosen, Member

Beachwood City School District Richard A. Markwardt, Ph.D., Superintendent Michele E. Mills, Treasurer Robert P. Hardis, Assistant Superintendent Lauren J. Broderick, Director of Pupil Services Ken Veon, D  irector of Curriculum & Technology Kathleen Stroski, Assistant Treasurer

• Engineering Drawing Sequence • Human Rights & Conflict • Improvisational Comedy

The Beachwood High School Information Resource Center offers an extensive collection of print and electronic resources. The center was recognized as a Library of Distinction by the Ohio Educational Library Media Association and has also been honored for Excellence by Ohio Leadership for School Libraries and INFOhio, the information network for Ohio schools. Beachwood High School • Baseball • Boys Basketball • Girls Basketball • Cheerleading • Boys Cross Country • Girls Cross Country • Football • Golf

fields 23 athletic teams: • Boys Indoor Track • Girls Tennis • Girls Indoor Track • Girls Volleyball • Girls Track & Field • Softball • Boys Lacrosse • Boys Swimming & Diving • Girls Lacrosse • Girls Swimming & Diving • Boys Soccer • Boys Track & Field • Girls Soccer • Wrestling • Boys Tennis

2013 Class Statistics

National Merit Scholarship Program

Class size: 121 Ohio Honors Diploma: 48 3.5+ GPA: 45 3.00-3.49: 40

SAT Test Results (38 Students)

Top Decile Middle 50% Score Range Score Range

Critical Reading 780-800 590-700 Math 780-800 600-700 Writing 750-800 570-670

ACT Test Results (106 Students)

Top Decile Middle 50% Score Range Score Range

Composite 33-36


Class of 2014 6 Semifinalists 5 Commended Students 1 National Hispanic Recognized Student Class of 2013 6 Finalists 6 Commended Students 2 National Achievement Outstanding Participants

Advanced Placement

12 AP Scholars 15 AP Scholars with Honor 38 AP Scholars with Distinction 8 National AP Scholars

Beachwood High School Class of 2013 • Class size: 121 • 99% graduation rate • 95% pursuing post-secondary

College Acceptances Beachwood High School 2011-2013 Since 2011, Beachwood High School graduates have been accepted to these and many more colleges and universities. The University of Akron

University of Massachusetts

American University

Mercyhurst University

The University of Arizona

Miami University, Oxford

Ashland University

University of Michigan

Baldwin Wallace University

Muskingum University

Barnard College

New York University

Boston University

Northeastern Illinois University

Bowling Green State University

Northeastern University

Bradley University

Northwestern University

Diploma Requirements

Bucknell University

Northwood University

For the Class of 2013, 22 units are required to graduate, including requirements in the following areas:

Capital University

Notre Dame College of Ohio

Carnegie Mellon University

Oberlin College

Case Western Reserve University

The Ohio State University

University of Cincinnati

Ohio University

Cleveland Institute of Art

Ohio Wesleyan University

Cleveland State University

Otterbein University

University of Colorado at Boulder

Parsons, The New School for Design

Columbia College

Pennsylvania State University

Columbia University

University of Pittsburgh

Cornell University

Purdue University

Cuyahoga Community College

Quinnipiac University

University of Delaware

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

DePaul University

Rice University

Drake University

Rochester Institute of Technology

Eastern Michigan University

Shawnee State University

education ■ 87% attending four-year colleges ■ 8% attending two-year colleges ■ 41% attending “selective colleges and universities” • Earned $5,471,966 in scholarships

4 English 4 Math 3 Science 3 Social Studies 1 Visual/Performing Arts .5 Computer Science .5 Health .5 Physical Education or a PE Waiver In addition, 50 hours of community service are required for graduation.

Grading Scale

Elon University

Stanford University

Percentage Grade 93-100% A (4.0) 90-93% A- (3.7) 87-89% B+ (3.3) 83-86% B (3.0) 80-82% B- (2.7) 77-79% C+ (2.3) 73-76% C (2.0) 70-72% C- (1.7) 67-69% D+ (1.3) 63-66% D (1.0) 60-62% D- (0.7) Below 60% F

Emerson College

Swarthmore College

Emory University

Syracuse University

Florida State University

University of Toledo

University of Florida

Tulane University

Fordham University

United States Air Force Academy

The George Washington University

United States Naval Academy

Georgetown University

University of Mount Union

Harvard University

The University of the Arts

High Point University

Vanderbilt University

Howard University

Washington University in St. Louis

University of Illinois

Wellesley College

Indiana University

West Virginia University

Ithaca College

University of Wisconsin

Honors courses are weighted .5 and AP courses are weighted 1.0 for grades A and B.

John Carroll University

The College of Wooster

Kent State University

Xavier University

University of Kentucky

Yale University

University of Maryland

Youngstown State University

2013 BHS Profile