Boyle County Schools recently hired two certified teachers to fill new positions within its Arts Academy.
Boyle County High School juniors Madison Craig, Alexandria Fowler and Landon Scott will attend the Commonwealth Honors Academy on the campus of Murray State University this summer.
Four BCHS students have been selected to participate in the 2022 Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts, and two have been chosen for the Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs.
Eight Boyle County High School juniors have been selected to participate in the 2022 Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program.
Jennifer Pierson has been selected as the next principal of Woodlawn Elementary School.
GUEST ARTICLE: Written by Austin Rice, BCHS '22
Boyle County Schools has been expanding rapidly in the past few years, and it seems that it isn’t slowing down.
During the March 9 working session, the Boyle County Board of Education received a presentation about House Bill 563, and during the March 17 regular meeting, the board had its first reading of the policy.
This summer will see the launch of an exciting new summer arts program for young people in Danville and Boyle County.
Boyle County Schools announced supplemental health services, effective immediately.
Online registration opens for currently enrolled students today.
Due to a steady decline in COVID-19 cases for students and staff, all schools will return to GREEN status on the Communicable Illness Intervention Plan on Tuesday, Feb. 22.
There will be no district-wide Black + Gold Academy again this summer in an effort to allow the schools to focus on their individual activities and offer expanded learning opportunities.
Boyle County Schools will launch an arts academy for the 22-23 school year.
Due to weather and deteriorating road conditions, Friday, Feb. 4 will be a traditional snow day.
Due to the ice storm warning, Thursday, Feb. 3 will be a Non-Traditional Virtual Instruction Day.
Friday, Jan. 28 will be a Non-Traditional Virtual Instruction Day.
Boyle County Schools amended the 21-22 school calendar.
Due to weather and road conditions, Friday, Jan. 21 will be a traditional snow day.
Thursday, Jan. 20 will be a Non-Traditional Virtual Instruction Day.
Beginning Wednesday, Jan. 19, all schools will pivot back to YELLOW status on the Communicable Illness Intervention Plan.
Due to potentially icy travel conditions, we will operate on a one-hour delay for school today, Jan. 10.
Due to the winter storm, there will be no school tomorrow, Jan. 7.
Due to the Winter Storm Warning, tomorrow/Thursday, Jan. 6 will be a non-traditional, virtual instruction day.
Boyle County Schools will be participating in non-traditional instruction (NTI) this year.
As we look forward to welcoming students back to school on Tuesday, Jan. 4, here are a few reminders and updates.
Boyle County Schools' Family Resource and Youth Services Centers have partnered with Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative and Kentucky Educational Development Corporation to collect items for families in Western Kentucky who have been affected by the recent disaster.
The Boyle County Board of Education approved the 2022-2023 school calendar at its special called meeting on Thursday, Dec. 9, 2021.
When the curtain rises on the Lexington Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” this weekend, several familiar faces will appear.
The BoCo Meals team is working hard to continue to provide kid-approved, nutritious breakfast and lunch meals for FREE to ALL KIDS enrolled in the district this year, despite massive supply chain disruptions in our region.
Boyle County Schools, in conjunction with Wild Health, will host two COVID-19 vaccine clinics.
Boyle County Schools would like to recognize Mr. Danny Duncan (b. 1946), who attended Parksville High School until 1964 when he left school to serve in the US military.
Boyle County Schools developed its Modified Quarantine Plan to broaden the scope of the Kentucky Department of Public Health’s “Test to Stay” Program.
Boyle County Schools recently launched its Basic Needs Parent Survey.
The Boyle County Board of Education voted to move from YELLOW to GREEN status on the Communicable Illness Intervention Plan, effective Monday, Nov. 1.
The Corning Incorporated Foundation awarded a $10,000 grant to Boyle County Schools in support of students pursuing industry certifications in a variety of career and technical fields.
Boyle County Schools plans to move forward with "Test to Stay" modified quarantine, beginning Monday, Oct. 25.
Dollar General Literacy Foundation recently awarded Junction City Elementary School (JCES) Library Media Center a $2,000 grant to support youth literacy initiatives.
The Boyle County Education Foundation, Inc. has partnered with the Lexington Ballet Company to bring “The Nutcracker” to the Boyle County Performing Arts Center in December.
Boyle County Schools celebrates 36 members of the classes of 2021, 2022 and 2023, who received distinction from College Board in regard to their AP test scores.
Boyle County Schools has been named the 2022 fourth best school district in Kentucky—the top county school district—by Niche.com.
Kailey Young and Bryce Drake have been named 2022 National Merit semi-finalists.
Due to recent events, Boyle County Schools updated the Communicable Illness Intervention Plan to more closely follow its July 2021 version.
Boyle County Schools is now offering COVID-19 testing onsite for its students and staff.
Boyle County Schools is asking families to help the district reduce class sizes and bring academic resources to every child.
Governor Beshear issued an Executive Order mandating masks in PreK-12 schools.
Boyle County Schools will be participating in the Seamless Summer Option of the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program.
Superintendent Mike LaFavers released a video summarizing updated recommendations for the start of the 2021-2022 school year.
Perryville Elementary School is one of only five public schools in the state to receive designation.