Berea High School
|Berea - Midpark High School|
165 East Bagley Road
|School district||Berea City School District|
|Color(s)||Scarlet and blue|
|Athletics conference||Southwestern Conference|
|Accreditation||Ohio Department of Education|
|Feeder schools||Roehm Middle School|
Ford Middle School
Berea High School (BHS) was a high school located in Berea, Ohio, United States. It was founded in 1882 and served students in grades nine through 12. Its most recent campus, located immediately east of Baldwin Wallace University, was built in 1929. It was the first of two public high schools in the Berea City School District, along with Midpark High School, which opened in 1962. Both BHS and Midpark were closed in 2013 at the conclusion of the 2012–13 school year and were consolidated at the BHS campus to form Berea–Midpark High School. Berea's school colors were scarlet and royal blue, and its athletic teams were known as the Braves. The school's fight song was Ohio State University's "Across the Field".
- Charles Bassett, class of 1950, NASA astronaut
- Tim Beckman, class of 1984, head coach in college football
- Bud Collins, class of 1947, television commentator, sportswriter and member of International Tennis Hall of Fame
- Stefanie Eulinberg, drummer for Kid Rock's band, Twisted Brown Trucker, graduated in mid-1980s
- Chris Scott, professional football player in the NFL
- Alex Stepanovich, class of 2000, professional football player in the NFL
- John-Michael Tebelak, class of 1966, Broadway director
- Jim Tressel, class of 1971, head coach in college football, president of Youngstown State University
- OHSAA. "Ohio High School Athletic Association member directory". Archived from the original on 2010-11-05. Retrieved 2010-02-17.
- The 'Titans' is the Berea school district's new mascot starting in 2013-14
- OHSAA. "Ohio High School Athletic Association Web site". Retrieved 2009-06-07.