Congratulations Class of 2014! 2013-2014 Senior Superlatives BCHS iHigh Team introduces Coach Chuck Smith in an exclusive interview. STLP AMONG TOP 10 IN STATE!

About BCHS

-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
-Gifted/Talented
-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 Softball

 

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!

 

Boyle County High School News

BCHS Students Report Satirical News on the Boyle County Onion

Some very witty BCHS students have been writing satirical news stories about Boyle County High School and posting them on The Boyle County Onion. Click Here to check it out!


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Look How We've Grown

Boyle County has a reputation for being an exceptional school district. As a district, we are always looking for new ways to encourage improvement and growth in our schools.

To see how our schools have grown in various areas, click here.


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David Young Discusses Virtual Learning on WKYT

This year, Boyle County is one of 13 districts that will have the opportunity to use virtual lessons during snow days. Assistant Superintendent David Young was featured in a WKYT story on Monday discussing these virtual learning days.

Click here to check out the story.


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BCHS FCCLA Team Advances to National Leadership Conference

This past week, the Boyle County Chapter of FCCLA competed in the FCS Knowledge Bowl in New Brunswick, NJ. The Boyle County High School team was composed of five students, each representing a different specialty within Family and Consumer Science. Students representing Boyle County High School were Bailee Watson in Family, Career, and Community Studies, Raygan Kilby in Early Childhood and Human Development, Sanna Muhammad in Food Sciences, Dietetics and Nutrition, Amber Henry in Hospitality, Recreation, and Tourism, and Emilee Edington in Fashion and Housing Design.


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Students in Sign Language Course Present to ASL Educators

Boyle County High School offers a variety of elective courses for students. These classes include a broad range of language and CTE options. One of the classes currently underway is American Sign Language. This course is taught by Paula Thomason, who has extensive experience with ASL.


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Marching Rebels Place 4th in State

This past weekend, the marching rebels traveled to Paris, KY to compete in the 2014 KMEA State Marching Band Championships, where the top 16 marching bands in the state competed at Bourbon County High School. Boyle County finished semifinals in 4th place with an overall score of 89.45, which was just 5 points below the Russell County Marching Band, who finished first in semifinals.

The top four marching bands from each class qualified to compete in State Finals at the Roy Kidd Stadium in Richmond, KY later that evening. The Marching Rebels ended their season by placing 4th in the state for class AAA.  The rebels had an amazing year and look forward to improving even further in the coming years.

Congrats to our Marching Rebels!


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Ruth Ann Myers Elected as Eastern Region National FFA Officer

This year at the National FFA Convention and Expo, Ruth Ann Myers, a recent Boyle County High School graduate was elected as the eastern region vice president. Only six students across the nation are elected each year to serve their peers as National FFA officers. 

UPDATE: Ruth Ann was recently mentioned in a news story on Central KY news about her new position in FFA. Check out the article here.


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Give Your Feedback on Social Studies and Arts Common Core Standards

From November 3rd until December 5th, the Kentucky Board of Education will be seeking input from Kentucky citizens on the proposed Social Studies and Arts  Standards, which will be adopted for the next school year. These standards are being revised to align with the latest research and will focus on critical thinking and other 21st Century Skills. Many Kentucky educators collaborated to create the proposed drafts of the standards, but before the drafts are adopted by KDE, they are seeking broader feedback.

Anyone who is interested may review the proposed standards and provide their feedback via the surveys listed below. All submissions will be considered by KDE and revisions will be made to the standards after the December Board meeting. 

 

Social Studies

Arts Standards (You may select one or more of the forms below.)

Visual Arts
Music
Theatre
Media Arts
Dance

 


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Boyle County Schools Pulls off the Three-Peat

For the third consecutive year, Boyle County Schools has ranked in the top 10 In Academic Achievement in Kentucky.   Superintendent Mike LaFavers was beaming with pride this morning when the Kentucky Department of Education released the Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress (KPREP) scores for all 173 districts in Kentucky.   “What our students have demonstrated with these scores is that hard work and doing the right thing every day does matter.  We have a talented staff, and they have committed to ensuring that all of our kids succeed.  These scores are evidence that our planning and attention to detail is making a difference,” said LaFavers.  The district has an overall 2013-14 score of 77.4, a ranking of 6th overall statewide, and the label of “District of Distinction” for the 2nd time in 3 years.  Only 5 districts in Kentucky have been rated “Districts of Distinction” in multiple years – Boyle County, Anchorage Independent, Ft. Thomas Highlands Independent, Murray Independent, and Walton-Verona Independent.  


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Boyle County Featured on Pure Politics

Recently, the Boyle County School District was featured on Cn2 Pure Politics for being the only County District in Kentucky that has been named a District of Distinction. 

Some of our amazing students and staff were featured in a two part video sequence discussing the Blueprint for Success that is used in our classrooms. 

To watch the videos, click the links below!

Cn2 Pure Politics Video Part 1
Cn2 Pure Politics Video Part 2

To read the article on Pure Politics click here


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Spotlight Nights Coming Soon!

Spotlight nights are coming up! Come check out what your kids have been up to so far this school year! We can't wait to see you there.

 

Perryville Elementary: November 24th             5pm-7pm
Junction City Elementary: November 24th      6pm-7:30pm
Woodlawn Elementary: November 24th           5pm-7:00pm
Boyle Middle School: November 13th              5pm-7pm
Boyle High School: November 13th                  6pm-8pm

 


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After School Math Help Session Info

Math after school homework help is here!
Boyle County students in grades 6-12 can take advantage of free Math homework help from 3:30-4:30. This is a free service provided Monday-Thursday. These help sessions began September 8th and will go until May 1st, 2015. Two sessions will be offered; one at the high school and one at the middle school. 
 


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