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    Beaumont Students Inducted Into Tri-M Music Honor Society

    Beaumont School students have been recognized by the Tri-M Music Society, the only national honor society for student musicians in the country for students in grades 6-12. These 10 honor students have shown academic achievement, are musically gifted, and have contributed to community service. The Tri-M Music Society helps to develop confidence, creativity, critical thinking, compassion, and leadership skills to serve its members in school and well into the future.The following students were...  Read More...

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    Beaumont Awarded 2017 Thomas Edison Award for excellence in STEM Education

    Beaumont School has been recognized by the Ohio Academy of Science as one of the 2017 Thomas Edison Award for Excellence in STEM Education and Student Research schools.This is the 18th consecutive year the school has received this recognition. This award is presented to schools that not only provide a strong STEM curriculum, but also encourage participation in many other activities to stimulate student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.The following teachers helped Bea...  Read More...

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  • Beaumont School Announces New President and Leadership Team

    Cleveland Heights, Ohio (May 1, 2017) – The Beaumont School Board of Directors today announced the selection of Wendy Hoke to serve as the school’s fifth president.   Read More...

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Beaumont Celebrates Black History Month

Beaumont’s first Black History Month assembly on Tuesday, February 28 was a moving experience.

From an interpretive spiritual dance by alumnae Bridget Fitzgerald ’81 and Kodi Price ’99 to spoken word poetry by Kisha Nicole Foster, a Black History Month trivia contest for students, and personal reflections from storyteller Eris Eady, it was hard not to appreciate our African American culture.

The event was truly a celebration of Black History, and was sponsored by Beaumont’s F.A.M.E. Club, (Females Achieving Minority Excellence) led by Beaumont Counselor NaNetta Hullum.

Beaumont faculty got into the spirit of the entire month by purchasing and wearing special t-shirts, and posing for a group photo in the courtyard post assembly.