Paint Valley High School

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Paint Valley High School
Paint Valley High School
7454 US Highway 50
, Ohio
United States
Coordinates 39°14′31″N 83°12′52″W / 39.241989°N 83.21441°W / 39.241989; -83.21441Coordinates: 39°14′31″N 83°12′52″W / 39.241989°N 83.21441°W / 39.241989; -83.21441
School type Public
Established 1959
Enrollment 403
Color(s) Black and Gold         

Paint Valley High School is a high school located in Bainbridge, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Paint Valley Local School District. The school mascot is the Bearcat. Paint Valley has school clubs such as AFJROTC, I-CAT, FCCLA, NHS, NAHS, FFA, and many more.

Paint Valley High School is the result of centralizing the high schools in both Bainbridge (Paxton and Paint Townships) and Bourneville (Twin Township.) The Bearcat mascot comes from a fusion of the Bainbridge Polar Bears and the Twin Tigers. The original Paint Valley High School was built in 1959. Junior high and vocational agriculture wings were added in 1975. In 1987-88 an arts wing was added. In 2003 Paint Valley combined both Bainbridge and Twin Elementary schools (the former high schools) into a brand new elementary/middle school building located beside the high school. The elementary school formerly known as Twin Elementary was auctioned off and demolished in 2008. Bainbridge elementary had a boiler explosion and was partially demolished in 2006.

Notable alumni[edit]


The Bearcats play in the Scioto Valley conference. The members of that conference are listed below.

See also Ohio High School Athletic Conferences

Boys Junior High Football-Undefeated 2009 Coaches- Darrin Stanfourth, Mike Metler, Mike Thompson, and Dave Salomone

Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ OHSAA. "Ohio High School Athletic Association Web site". Retrieved 2006-12-31. 
  2. ^ Yappi. "Yappi Sports Baseball". Retrieved 2007-02-12. 

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