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General Information


Admission to Buckeye Valley High School is gained in one of the following ways: 

  1. Completion of eighth grade in the Buckeye Valley School District. 

  2. Presentation of written transfer from another school indicating work completed, grades, and units of credit earned. A birth certificate, proof of legal guardianship, proof of a Buckeye Valley district address of residence, and immunization records must also be provided upon entrance. Students eighteen (18) years of age or over whose parents reside in a district other than Buckeye Valley must provide evidence of self-support before admission. 

  3. Permission of the superintendent's office. 


Buckeye Valley Local School District complies with the provisions of Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and does not discriminate against applicants, employees, students, parents and members of the general public and/or individuals with whom it does business on the basis of race, color, national origin, citizenship status, creed, religion, sex, economic status, age, or disability. Inquiries concerning this policy should be directed to the district Compliance Officer, at (740) 363-6626. 

PREGNANCY - No student whether married or unmarried who is otherwise eligible to attend the Buckeye Valley school shall be denied an educational program solely because of pregnancy, childbirth, pregnancy-related disabilities, or actual or potential parenthood. The Board of Education reserves the right to require as a prerequisite for attendance in the regular classes of the schools and the co-curricular program of the schools that each pregnant student submit to a periodic medical examination by a physician at the intervals prescribed by that physician and present to the Superintendent her physician's written statement that such activity will not be injurious to her health nor jeopardize her pregnancy. A pregnant student who per a physician's note is physically unable to attend regular classes may be assigned to an alternate educational program. A student who has received an alternate educational program for reasons associated with her pregnancy shall be readmitted to the regular school programme upon presentation of a written statement of a physician that she is physically fit to do so.