Boardman High School is a public high school in Boardman, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Boardman Local School District. The first high school, located on Market Street, is now Boardman Center Middle School. In 1969, the new high school was built on Glenwood Ave. In 2000, a new performing arts center was added on by donation, including a substantial sum by former student and football star, Bernie Kosar. Boardman High School is currently under the direction of Principal Timothy Saxton.
In 2006 the music department was selected a 'Grammy Signature School' and received a $1,000 reward. The music department was one of 16 schools selected for this honor. The department consists of award-winning choral, band, and orchestra departments. The Choral department is currently under the direction of Emily Slaven-(co director: Errol Kerhberg.) The band is under the direction of Thomas Ruggieri. The Orchestra is under the direction of Frank Dispenza. Emily Slaven is also the Department Head.