The Staff and Administration are dedicated toward providing the best educational programs possible to our students as we prepare them for the future. The high school is rated as "effective" on the Ohio State Report Card achieving 11 out of a possible 12 indicators. We continue to work hard toward an "excellent" rating through Professional Development to our staff associated with the Ohio Improvement Process (OIP).Barnesville is located in East Central Ohio approximately half way between Cambridge, Ohio and Wheeling, West Virginia. Barnesville is 5 miles South of Interstate 70 on Route 800.
The staff at Barnesville High School is a seasoned staff with an average of 18 years teaching experience. Together, our goal is make each individual student successful in school and in the future.
In addition to the core subject areas of English, Math, Science and Social Studies, we offer Spanish, Choir, Band, Art, Graphic Arts, Vocational Agriculture, Culinary Arts, Computer Applications, Physical Education and Health. Elective classes are offered within these areas of study.
Our Athletic programs are in the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference (OVAC), one of the largest conferences in the nation. We participate in Golf, Volleyball, Cross Country, Cheerleading, Football, Swimming, Wrestling, Basketball, Baseball, Softball and Track. Many of these sports have won Conference titles and have placed high in State competition both as a team and as individuals.
We encourage students to excel academically and as an athlete, believing the two together make for a more successful, well rounded person in the future with better leadership qualities. To also enhance this experience, students may join school organizations such as, National Honor Society (NHS), Interact, Art Club, Future Farmers of America (FFA), Future Educators of America (FEA), and Key Club.
The Parents, Businesses and Community take great pride in their school system. They are actively involved by donating time, energy and resources to help make Barnesville Schools something everyone can respect.Mr. Ron ClarkPrincipal