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    Beaumont Seniors to Participate in Beachwood Art's Council Ileen Kelner Juried High School Art Show

    We are pleased to announce that seniors Grace Martin, Raeana Kiss, Kaitlyn Cox and Imani Badillo from Beaumont School will be participating in the Beachwood Arts Council’s Ileen Kelner Juried High School Art Show.Please join us when the students are honored at the art show Opening Reception and Awards Program on Sunday, February 11 from 2 – 4:30pm at the Beachwood Community Center, 25225 Fairmount Boulevard, Beachwood, 44122. The Awards Program begins at 3pm.Artworks by students from 26 area hig...  Read More...

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    Beaumont's Mock Trial Team Wins District Competition, Heads to Regionals

    I think one of the most satisfying moments for a teacher is to see your students achieve success!  I was blessed with this amazing experience this past Friday when my Mock Team was victorious in their efforts at the District Competition at the Old Courthouse.  Both of our teams competed against Strongsville High School and both the Defense and the Prosecution were victorious in their matches, allowing us to advance to the next level, the Regional Competition.Our first trial pitted Beau...  Read More...

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    French, Spanish, and Latin National Language Honor Societies Inductions

    Beaumont’s chapters of the national language honor societies held a formal induction and honor cord ceremony on Tuesday evening, January 23. The presentation was done in an Ursuline-inspired ceremony on the Beaumont campus. Congratulations to the inductees:La Société Honoraire de Français (sponsored by the AATF):  Elsa Gran (two year member), Mary Bova, Megan Candow, Eva Cruz, Anna Fox, Natalie Haddad, Elizabeth Jerse, Sarah Kikel, Natalie Majc, Elizabeth McDermott, Megan Pophal, Mia R...  Read More...

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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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CLEVELAND HEIGHTS Virg Bossu, entrepreneurship teacher at Beaumont School, has successfully completed the BizInnovtor professional development program through the Jacobson Institute for Youth Entrepreneurship and may now offer to high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to pursue University of Iowa credit.

“During our Veale Youth Entrepreneur Forum meeting, I was introduced to the Jacobson Institute of Youth Entrepreneurship’s Bizinnovator curriculum, explains Bossu. “I was attracted to its emphasis on the “entrepreneurial mindset” that encourages creativity, innovation, critical thinking and problem-solving.”

BizInnovator is an online entrepreneurship curriculum for high school teachers and students. It enables educators to teach the entrepreneurial mindset—encouraging creativity, innovation, critical thinking and problem solving—through their high school business courses. These skills prepare studnts for success in their chosen careers.

Students of a certified BizInnovator teacher have the opportunity to earn University of Iowa college credit if they pass a rigorous comprehensive exam taken at the conclusion of the high school course.

“It fits so perfectly into our International Baccaluareate learner profile that we are encouraging our students to develop and practice, continued Bossu. “I am very glad to be able to offer the students the possibility of earning three college credits from the University of Iowa. It is a great opportunity for them and a financial saving for their parents.”

The Jacobson Institute for Youth Entrepreneurship is a part of the John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center at the University of Iowa. BizInnovator is a key element in the Jacobson Institute’s initiative to promote entrepreneurship to K-12 studetns and teachers on a local, state and national level.

Beaumont is part of the Veale Youth Entrepreneurship Forum which is a growing network of high schools in Northeast Ohio that was founded in 2012. The Forum currently reaches 3,000 annually at 22 different private and public high schools that are invited for participatin and uses its resources to equip students with an entrepreneurial mindset and essential skills.

Funded by the Veale Foundation, the Forum’s purpsose is to enable high school students to recognize their full potential by experiencing all facets of entrepreneurship. The Forum delivers on that purpose trough high-value learning experiences and connections to the real world of entrepreneurship.

BizInnovator complements the existing Entrepreneurship Forum, as well as STEM initiatives, and the learner profile of International Baccalaureate International Schools. Beaumont is the only all-girls school in Northeast Ohio to offer the academically rigorous International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. For more information on BizInnovator, please visit

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An International Baccalaureate School, Beaumont is a Catholic school in the Ursuline tradition that has been educating women for life, leadership and service, since 1850. Sponsored by the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland, Beaumont is dedicated to a Catholic, college preparatory liberal arts education for young women in a multicultural setting.