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
-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




Boyle County High School News

Governor's School For Entrepreneurs

The Governer's School For Entrepreneurs application portal opens on October 19th! Applications are due by December 21st. Students can apply at their website here. GSE is a 3-week residential summer program for 9th, 10th and 11th graders. It offers a creative, free-thinking environment for teens to share and develop their ideas for innovative products and services. No minimum GPA or ACT scores are required to apply. For more information, see your guidance counselor. 

College Fair 2015

On August 29, Boyle County High School will be hosting a college fair! Whether your'e a senior trying to decide on a school or a junior just beginning to think about college, the college fair tailgate party will be full of fun and information aplicable to everyone. Come out to Boyle County High School on Saturday, August 29th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. for a great opprotunity to meet with college admissions counselors from across Kentucky. For more information, visit the Counselor's Corner page here to download the full flyer. We can't wait to see everyone come out for fun and some useful information!

Chromebook Roll Out is Underway!

Friday marked the first day of the Chromebook 1:1 roll out at the High School. Senior students were given their devices, and completed a brief training on how to operate their machines. The roll out will continue this week with the High School and Middle Schools. Over the course of the this week, 1800 devices will be handed out to students and these devices will be used to enhance instruction all over the district. 

Teachers will be using Converge, which is the new Learning Management System being used by Boyle County, in classrooms at all schools. This will allow students to access curriculum and resources both at school and at home. 

Feedback so far has been very positive, and we can't wait to see how the 1:1 Chromebooks change instruction in our classrooms!

Campus Gate Schedule 2015-16





Freida Gebert Teaches Master Classes in Brazil

Boyle County Drama Instructor and Opera Singer, Frieda Gebert, had the opportunity to travel to Recife, Brazil for three weeks this summer to teach master classes for to a group of 25 Brazilian singers from all across Brazil. 

BCHS FFA Receives $26,000 Grant from the Dept. of Agriculture

The Boyle County FFA Chapter was awarded a $26,000 farm-to-school grant by the Department of Agriculture. This grant will be used to help to improve the current greenhouse facilities at Boyle County High School and to provide funding to train other districts to implement programs similar to the ones at Boyle. Currently, the Boyle County FFA program grows fresh vegetables for the school and for low-income families in the community. 

To read more about the grant and FFA initiatives at Boyle County click here.

BCHS Students Shine at Kentucky FFA Convention

This June, Boyle County High School students attended the KY FFA Convention, held in Lexington, KY. In addition to seeing Boyle County Alumni, Ruth Ann Myers, act as the National Eastern Region Vice President, the Boyle County FFA Chapter placed in the top 15 in the state, and students competing in individual events placed highly in many categories.

BCHS Student Wins National Project Localize Award

One Boyle County Student won the national award for Best New Term in an annual Project Localize contest. Project Localize promotes food literacy and sustainable agriculture in communities. This year, 250 students from 7 states submitted original artwork that was judged in several categories including: Best New Lexicon Term, Best Storytelling, Most Artistic, Most Informative Artwork, Most Innovative in Education, and Outstanding Project Localize Class. Winners were then given the opportunity to travel to Washington DC to present their artwork on Capital Hill. 

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Varsity Football vs. Bell County
@Boyle Co
Saturday, 8/29/2015

Boys Golf vs. Lincoln
@Danville Country Club
Monday, 8/31/2015

Varsity Boys Soccer vs. Tates Creek
@at Home
Monday, 8/31/2015

Girls Golf vs. Mercer Co
@Danville Country Club
Tuesday, 9/1/2015

Varsity Girls Volleyball vs. Danville
@at Danville
Tuesday, 9/1/2015