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About BCHS

June 9-20: Front office open 9 am - 3 pm (closed 11:30-noon for lunch)
June 21-July 8: CLOSED
July 9-August 8: Front office open 9 am - 3 pm (closed 11:30noon for lunch)

-ACT Score 20.7
-16 Advance Placement Classes
-10 Honors Classes
-State Officers in FFA & FCCLA & TSA
-Over 15 Clubs
-Vocational School Opportunities
-Over 60 Dual Credit Opportunities
-Over 75% of Staff Hold Master's Degrees
-Pathway to Careers/Cooperative Work Release
-Strong ETE & CTE Program
-Spanish and Chinese Language Courses
-Band & Choir
-Dance & Drama
-Small Group Intervention
-Graduation Rate 92.1% (Ranks 13th in KY)
-Over $3 Million
-22 Highly Competitive Athletic Teams
-15 KHSAA District Championships
-19 KHSAA Regional Championships
-4 KHSAA State Championships
-2 KHSAA Final Four Appearance in Soffball




Boyle County High School News


By K. Popp

The third annual edition of Inkspot is now underway. Inkspot, “a collection of [art and writing] by Boyle County High School students published in a magazine” according to the entry requirements form, is also a contest in which students enter their pieces in one of the following categories: Creative Writing, Visual Art, and Photography. Participants, who must be students, may make up to three entries in Visual Art and up to two entries in both Photography and Creative Writing. Each category has prizes for first, second, and third place: first place receives fifty dollars, second place receives twenty five dollars, and third place receives ten dollars. All entries will be put in the Inkspot magazine and are judged based on “technique and originality” by artists and instructors from the school and the community. 

STLP State Preview

By H. Justice

Students in the Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP) have been busy preparing for the state competition. After performing well in regionals this past winter, the group continued to improve their already award-winning presentation, which will be presented this week.

2014 Prom

By K. Walls

Boyle County High School eagerly anticipates the 2014 Junior-Senior Prom on Saturday, April 26th. The prom will be held at the Danville Country Club from 8:00 P.M to midnight. This year’s theme is Party at Gatsby’s, and the prom will be decorated accordingly.

Running Rebels Compete at Henry Clay

By J. Pennington

Saturday, the track team competed at Henry Clay in the Heart of The Bluegrass meet. The Boyle County Rebels did well, with several runners placing in the top 10. The Rebels had high expectations coming into the event, and they didn’t disappoint. 

Spring Signing Day

By C. Wheeler

Six athletes and their respective teams and families gathered in the cafeteria on Tuesday to celebrate their future athletic careers. The athletes signed to become members of college teams, including baseball, basketball, soccer, and volleyball. Athletic Director Coach LeMonds led the ceremony, announcing each player and introducing coaches.

Kentucky’s Homecoming Queen

By C. Wheeler

Cathryn Ellis was crowned as Kentucky’s 2014 Homecoming Queen at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Saturday. Ellis competed against twelve other Kentucky Homecoming Queens for the title of Kentucky’s Homecoming Queen. The competition consisted of a prom dress and a personal interview section, and the winner was determined by a panel of judges.

Governor’s Scholars Program

By K. Walls

Six students will represent Boyle County High School at the 2014 Governor’s Scholars Program. Austin Anderson, Jonathan Carman, Patrick Leahey, Keeley Naylor, Savannah Stow, and Kennedy Walls were accepted from Boyle County High School. These six students will attend GSP during one of the three following sessions: Morehead State University, June 15-July 19; Murray State University, June 21-July25; or Bellarmine University, June 22-July26. 

Cross Town Match-Up

By J. Angel

In drizzly weather, the Rebels went across town to play against their hometown rivals. The Admirals have been playing well this season while the Rebels have been spotty. This showed at last night’s game. The Rebels always play great defense, but the offense does not seem to be there at times. 

SBDM Election

Boyle County High School will be accepting nominations for parents to serve on the Site Base Decision Making Council for the 2014-2015 school year. Applications will be available in the high school front office beginning Monday, April 7th. Completed applications are due by Friday, April 25th.

Voting will be held on Thursday, May 1st at Boyle County high School.

Youth Leadership Opportunity

Youth Leadership is a program for high school juniors and seniors who attend Danville High School, Boyle County High School, Kentucky School for the Deaf, and Danville Christian Academy. It provides a valuable opportunity for approximately twenty young leaders to become familiar with the many components that form a strong and dynamic community. The experience is also designed to help students strengthen and improve their own leadership skills. The program is operated by the Danville/Boyle County Chamber of Commerce.

Youth Leadership Letter
Leadership Application

Preschool Registration and Screenings


Now taking appointments for the 2014-2015 Preschool Registration and Free Developmental Screenings at

Junction City Elementary
Perryville Elementary
Woodlawn Elementary

Dates for screenings will be from May 19 - June 5, 2014

Please call Kristi Waters, Preschool Director, at 859-236-6634 ext. 3220 or email

**Image courtesy of Naypong /

Calendar changes

The Board of Education was once again faced with the difficult task of amending the 2013-14 school calendar. House Bill 211 was signed into legislation Friday (March 28) afternoon. This legislation provided districts with different options for amending calendars due to the unusual amount of days lost due to weather.

The following dates were amended*
Spring Break (March 31-April 4): No School
Election Day (May 20): School will be in session
Memorial Day (May 26): No School for students or staff
Last Day for school for students: June 6th
Closing Day for Staff: June 12

*These are pending Governor Beshear's signature

Amended Calendar

2014-2015 School Calendar

The 2014-2015 calendar was approved at January's Board meeting. 

Key Dates:
Aug 13: First Day of School
Oct 6-10: Fall Break
Nov 26-28: Thanksgiving Break
Dec 22-Jan 5: Winter Break
Mar 30-April 3: Spring Break
May 20: Last Day for Students

Full Calendar

Boyle County Among State's Elite for Second Year in a Row! Boyle County Schools has been designated a Distinguished School District for the second consecutive year, based on latest K-PREP state accountability scores. The school district, once again is in the top 10 of all K-12 districts in Kentucky. 
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Jr-Sr Prom
Saturday, 4/26/2014

Thursday, 5/8/2014

School is in Session
Tuesday, 5/20/2014

Memorial Day: No School
Monday, 5/26/2014

Last Day of School
Friday, 6/6/2014

Staff Development Day
Monday, 6/9/2014

Staff Development Day
Tuesday, 6/10/2014

Staff Development Day
Wednesday, 6/11/2014

Closing Day for Staff
Thursday, 6/12/2014

Black & Gold Academy
@Boyle County High School
6/16/2014 - 6/20/2014