Cullen Gantenberg calls himself a passionate student … and it shows. Gantenberg, a senior at Badin High School, has been named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist, one of less than one percent of American high school seniors to earn that prestigious designation. “I’m very passionate toward what I’m learning about,” said Gantenberg, the son of Nicholas and Julie Gantenberg of Liberty Township and a graduate of Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School. “It takes a lot of work outside of school to be a successful student. It goes beyond the scope of just rote learning.” More HERE
David Gretz has seen the technology program go from zero-to-60 during his tenure at Badin High School, and he has been in the driver’s seat for all of it. Gretz, now in his 18 th year teaching technology at Badin, is the school’s Educator of the Year recipient in the annual Harry T. Wilks “Hamilton Celebrates Education” awards event for 2018. “It is extremely rewarding and gratifying to work with the people I work with and teach the students I teach,” Gretz said. “They are enthusiastic learners and I’m really lucky to teach students who see echnology as important in their lives.” Read more HERE.
Cynamon Trokhan (Badin board member) - Hamilton Heritage Award and Kym McCaughey ‘79 - Small Business Person of the Year Award, were recently recognized by the Greater Hamilton Chamber of Commerce for their impact in the Hamilton area.
Christine Stanifer Bushby '91 has an Associate of Arts from Miami University, a Bachelor of Mortuary Science from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, a Master of Arts from the University of Oklahoma and is a licensed Alabama Funeral Director, Embalmer and Cremationist, as well as a Certified Funeral Service Practitioner. She worked & retired as a GS Civilian for the United States Air Force working for Services/Force Support Squadrons at RAF Mildenhall, UK, Minot AFB, ND and Maxwell AFB, AL. Her primary job was Mortuary Affairs and Unit Readiness. Read more about Christine HERE.