Alumni Spotlight

Taylor Manahan
Alumni spotlight - Taylor Manahan
Posted on 05/17/2018
I was pretty involved at BHS. I played varsity softball for four years, JV basketball for two years, and varsity swim team for one year. I was also President of National Honors Society and a member of Mock Trial and Key Club.  READ MORE...
Alumni spotlight - Alexa Haushalter
Posted on 04/24/2018
One of my greatest memories from high school was qualifying to the State Track & Field meet in pole vaulting. I had worked for six years to achieve this goal and to see it finally come to fruition during my last week of high school was a dream come true. My best friends and family came to support me at that meet, and I will never forget the time my coaches, namely Garth Miller and David Garcia, spent with me to help me achieve that goal. I was not the best athlete naturally, but I worked hard year round to vault to new heights. I am grateful to have grown up in a place like Bellefontaine, where my hard work was considered as valuable and worth a coach's attention as an all-star athlete's talent.  READ MORE...
Alumni spotlight - John Colombo
Posted on 04/09/2018
Vice President Product Development and Operations, Cala Health I’m leading a team developing a therapy for people with Essential Tremor (ET), which is a shaking of the hands, head or feet that occurs with intentional movements. It’s a debilitating disease with no known cure.  READ MORE...
Alumni Spotlight - Jamie Patrick
Alumni Spotlight - Jamie Patrick
Posted on 03/14/2018
It’s a great honor be featured in a BCS Alumni Spotlight. I’m proud of Bellefontaine and though I’m not currently living in our city, I’ve been able to successfully lobby a group of 25 MBA students from Stanford to visit Bellefontaine on a school field trip they will be taking across the Midwest at the end of March. Hopefully their trip will help them see why I find Bellefontaine to be such a special place.  READ MORE...
Alumni spotlight - Ally Marotti
Posted on 02/28/2018
The education gave me a really great foundation to go out into the world and learn more. By challenging myself with classes and being involved in as many activities as I could, I was able to discover what makes me come alive. I still play soccer, for example. It also taught me the vital skills of multitasking and prioritizing. A few teachers I had throughout my career at BCS, like Janet Fulton, Rachel Lang and others, helped me fall in love with reading and writing, and in doing so laid the foundation for my journalism career. Lisette Hiatt started teaching us Spanish in 6th grade, and I’ve used that skill in travels around the world, though I’m still not as good as I’d like to be. Art teachers like Sandy Winter helped me embrace my creativity, another vital part of writing professionally.  READ MORE...
Alumni spotlight - Jessica Haushalter
Posted on 02/20/2018
Some of my favorite memories of growing up in Bellefontaine include participating in the cross-country and track teams in high school. Both teams had such great camaraderie and I loved the friendships I built on the field – nothing bonds people more than running together! Another great memory I have is attending the Summer Enrichment Academy that Bellefontaine City Schools hosted and getting to participate in crime-solving scenarios, television production, and history lessons.   READ MORE...
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