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students singing in costumes, Buddy the Elf, Jovie, Buddy's Dad, Deb the secretary
Elf The Musical
Delights Audiences
3rd grade students holding spread the word banner to accept, include, and resppect people of All abilities.
Respecting All Abilities
7th and 8th grade musicians selected for OMEA District 5 Honors Band
OMEA District 5 Honors Band
K-4 ribbon winners posing with art and standing in front of school board
Ribbon Winners
Homecoming court with escorts and marching band on football field
Homecoming 2019
Jr. High Cross Country
Glenwood Cross Country
County Champs
More than 40 BHS students participating in United Way Day of Caring
Day of Caring
link crew orientation day students waving hands in the air
Link Crew Welcomes Freshmen
cheerleaders on the field, while student camera crews capture the action
BSTN Tapes, Edits, and Produces Video Highlights
STEM Fridays, four first graders building a house with connecting wood and blocks are amazed it did not hold up when stressed.
First graders think STEM is Amazing!
graduates holding hands up to handprint wall of fame at Robinwood
Connection For Life
Kindergartners learn how use ozobots
Teachers and Staff honored at Board of Education Meeting holding up National Blue Ribbon Schools Sign.
Blue Ribbon Teachers and Staff
trumpet  player with tubas and drums behind on practice field
Band Camp 2019
Using chalk markers to write out lab equations and cell makeup
Science Rocks!
Glenwood Robotics teams at YSU pictured with first place trophies

Tot chefs in aprons group picture in cafeteria
Tot Chefs
Making Healthy Snacks

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Central Office is now at Boardman High School

      7777 Glenwood Avenue, Boardman, OH 44512      

Together, we transform lives through academics, athletics and the arts.


News & Announcements


The annual Boardman High School Holiday Jazz Concert will take place on Thursday, December 19 at 7 PM in the Boardman Performing Arts Center.

Boardman’s  3 jazz ensembles will perform a mix of holiday selections and some standard jazz pieces. Admission is Free --a Holiday Gift from Boardman Local Schools!


The Spartans opened the season with a dramatic comeback against Canton Glenoak.  After trailing by 15 at halftime, and as many as 22, the Spartans chipped away at Glenoak's lead and came back to win 70-68--With a final free throw in the last seconds of the game.  Check out the video of the final shots, as Boardman's team bursts into excitement after the buzzer.



THANK YOU BOAK & SONS FOR THE ART SUPPLIES!! Sam Boak, Art Teacher Susan Farkas, contest winner, Principal Billie Jo Johnson, Jeff Hammerton with school suppiies

A big THANK YOU to Sam Boak, of Boak and Sons Inc.! He delivered $500 worth of art supplies to Robinwood Lane Elementary Dec. 2.  Boak &Sons sponsored a Holiday Coloring Contest for all Boardman 1st graders, and the Grand Prize winner was Maurelius Green. He recieved a $25 dollar Handel's gift card and accepted the supplies on Robinwood's TV station as the entire school watched.

BGJHS REPLACES ALL WATER FOUNTAINS WITH NEW WATER FILLING STATIONS student in spartan shirt fills water bottle in new filling station

Glenwood Junior HIgh is enjoying new water filling stations and helping the environment at the same time!  It's all thanks to a grant from the National Wildlife Federation's "School Climate Solutions Challenge."  Eight new fountains  replace the current ones with a total grant of $6,000.

CHECK OUT THE NEW 'BOARDMAN LOCAL SCHOOLS' APP Boardman Local Schools New App with Sparty and icons

Boardman Local Schools has a new cell phone APP for quicker communication and convenience for parents.


  • Get Push Notifications for School Delays and Closings, as well as Building Emergencies


  • Find District Phone Numbers, Dates, and Times for Events with a Click on your cellphone
GLENWOOD FOCUSES ON CAREERS DURING 'LUNCH AND LEARN' Chiropractor Dr. Kyle Muir with 6 BGJHS students after a lunch and learn

Glenwood Jr. High is starting something new this year to help students connect with potential careers.  Professionals and skilled trades workers will be featured during "lunch and learn" sessions at least once a month.

The first guest was November 14. Dr. Kyle Muir, a chiropractor who recently opened his practice in Boardman, used models of vertebrae and skeletons to talk about what his job entails.