Buckeye Valley High School
901 Coover road, Delaware Oh 43015 BVHS is a rural public high school located in Delaware County's Troy Township, north of Delaware, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Buckeye Valley Local School District. The mascot is the Fighting Baron. Buckeye Valley athletes compete in the Mid-State League .
The Buckeye Valley High School Barons was established in 1963 as a consolidation of the Elm Valley (Ashley) Aces, the Radnor (Local) Trojans, and the Scioto Valley (Ostrander) Rockets. The original high school is located on Coover Road in Troy Township and still exists today. It has undergone two expansion projects. The first one, in 1997 adding a theater and auxillary gym and the second one in 2010 that renovated the building and added additional classrooms. Today BVHS houses approximately 725 students in grades 9–12.
School ColorsBuckeye Valley Colors are Brown and Gold
MascotThe Buckeye Valley Mascot: The Barons
Alma Mater Joyously to thee we raise, Buckeye Valley High,
Songs of loyalty and praise, which shall never die.
Thou our inspiration art, ne'er shall any heart,
From these sacred halls depart, Buckeye Valley High.
Down the Field
March, march on down the field fighting for B.V.
Once more the brown and gold
will break through their line.
And then a long cheer for B.V.'s teams,
we're here to win again.
B.V.'s team will fight to the end for victory!
Words by Tom Kaelber
Our fans will cheer to the end for our teams
and lift up their spirits to lead them to victory.
With our heads held up high,
and our eyes filled with pride,
B.V.'s teams will forever fight for VICTORY!
Words by Erik Lowe