The Bellaire High School Alumni Association is in its 114th year of providing support to the students of the Bellaire Local School District. For us to continue our good work, WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Like many fraternal organizations, our membership continues to decrease which makes it more challenging to provide services. The Alumni Association would like to ask for your help by joining and paying a modest $10 annual dues or becoming a lifetime member. Your support throughout the year for any of the Alumni’s fundraising events is also greatly appreciated.

For information about Alumni events, please visit this website frequently. Visit us at our Facebook page at Bellaire High School Alumni or Twitter at Bellaire_HSAlum.

If you would like to make a donation to one of our special funds, pay your dues, or purchase a reverse raffle ticket, you can do so through our PayPal account at Be sure to choose “Friends & Family” so you do not pay an additional charge. You can also mail your payment to Bellaire Alumni Association, P.O. Box 307, Bellaire, OH. 43906.

Your support is vital to the Alumni Association’s ability to keep making a positive difference in the lives of the students in the Bellaire Local School District.

HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES SEPTEMBER 27 & 28, 2019 SONS OF ITALY, 3348 Belmont Street, Bellaire, OH 43906 on Saturday, 9/28/19. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Dinner at 7:00 p.m. Cash Bar. Winner Need Not Be Present $25 .00 Ticket (Includes Dinner & Drawing) $15.00 Ticket (DRAWING ONLY - does not include dinner or admission to the event)

Please contact an Alumni Board Trustee if you are interested in purchasing a Reverse Drawing ticket.

The Bellaire High School alumni community is a strong network of ladies and gentlemen who share an undeniable sense of pride, spirit, and tradition in BHS. Big Reds contribute their talents as professionals, artists, and entrepreneurs far and wide. Use this website to help stay in touch and keep the Bellaire connection strong.




Photo credit: Brooke McVey '07

Photo credit: Brooke McVey '07

n.  1.  Proper respect for one's own dignity and worth. 
2.  Pleasure or satisfaction over something done, achieved, or owned. 


Photo credit: Bellaire High School Yearbook Staff

Photo credit: Bellaire High School Yearbook Staff

n.  1. A vital or animating force: soul.  2.  The part of a human being associated with the feelings and mind.  3. The real meaning or sense: significance.



Photo credit: Joanne Cochran Sullivan '71

Photo credit: Joanne Cochran Sullivan '71

n.  1.  Transmittal of elements of a culture from one generation to another.  2.  A set of customs and usages transmitted from one  generation to another and viewed as a coherent body of precedents influencing the present: heritage.  3.  A time-honored practice or set of such practices.