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.
A few days into the school year, Boyle County Schools is making a few adjustments to the calendar and communication tools going forward.
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.
Prior to tonight’s Special Called Board of Education Meeting, we held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Boyle County Performing Arts Center on Cunningham Way.
The Kentucky Department of Public Health (KDPH) issued some guidance last week about the reopening of schools this fall.
Boyle County Schools would appreciate your feedback by Monday, July 26 in regard to our plan(s) for how the ARP ESSER money is to be spent.
Wesley Allahham earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36.
Kentucky Senate Bill 128 has been signed into law by Governor Beshear and allows K-12 students to request to use the 2021-22 school year as a supplemental year.
Boyle County Schools announced the 20-21 Best of Boyle teachers and employees of the year.
Online registration is now open for new students.
Students at ALL schools will be dismissed at 2 p.m. on Friday, April 2 for the boys’ basketball Elite 8 appearance at Rupp Arena.
Students at ALL schools will be dismissed at 2 p.m. on Thursday, April 1 for the boys’ basketball Sweet 16 tournament at Rupp Arena.
Online registration is now open for currently enrolled students.
Prior to last night’s Board meeting, Boyle County Schools held a small ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Woodlawn Elementary School.
House Bill 208 requires Kentucky public schools to allow any virtual or self-paced student to return to in-person learning this school year.
Here is the story of Taylor and Becky Begley.
The Boyle County Board of Education approved the amended calendar at its March 11 meeting.
What a year it has been! Please take a minute to pat yourselves on the back.
Beginning March 1, all in-person students will attend school five days a week.
There is no bulk meal kit pickup tonight.
There will be no in-person school Monday, Feb. 22.
There is no school tomorrow, Feb. 19.
There is no school tomorrow, Feb. 18.
There is no school tomorrow, Feb. 17.
There will be no in-person school Tuesday, Feb. 16.
There is no bulk meal pickup tomorrow, Feb. 16.
There is no school tomorrow, Feb. 15.
There is no school tomorrow, Feb. 12.
There is no school tomorrow, Feb. 11.
There will be no in-person school Wednesday, Feb. 10.
There is no in-person school today, Feb. 2. All students will learn virtually.
To better accommodate the A/B Hybrid schedule, there will be school on Presidents' Day, Feb. 15.
There is no in-person school today, Feb. 1. All students will learn virtually.
Here is the story of Maria Montgomery.
Boyle County Schools will resume in-person instruction on Monday, Feb. 1.
Here is the story of Jacob and Allison Tamme.
Boyle County Schools will remain fully virtual next week.
Boyle County Schools has decided to continue operating under the Learning at Home Plan next week.
Boyle County Schools has released A/B Hybrid household assignments for in-person learners.
Boyle County Schools is awaiting an Executive Order from the Governor’s Office that will clarify how second semester learning will operate.
Click through to access the 8 a.m. meeting.
The Boyle County Board of Education approved the 2021-2022 school calendar at its special called meeting on Thursday, Dec. 10, 2020.
Click through to access the 7:01 p.m. meeting.
Because Boyle County is still well within the “red” level, the District will not be able to open the elementary schools to in-person learners next week.
Second Semester Commitment Forms are due Dec. 11 at 8 a.m.
Boyle County Schools will continue to operate under the Learning at Home Plan (Virtual and Self-Paced Learning ONLY) through Tuesday, Nov. 24.
Next week, Boyle County Schools will be operate on the Learning at Home Plan (Virtual and Self-Paced Learning only). The plan for food service is as follows:
Boyle County Schools will follow guidance from the Governor's Office, KDPH and KDE, and will be fully virtual next week, beginning Monday, Nov. 9.
Boyle County Schools students and staff participated in the Frank X Walker Literacy Festival this week.
College and career readiness programs abound, including scholarships for dual-credit classes
The Boyle County Board of Education has approved the 2020 - 2021 school calendar.
Perryville Elementary School is one of only five public schools in the state to receive designation.
This is the fifth year for the designation
Boyle County School District was ranked in the top 10 school districts in Kentucky in five categories by Niche.com in its 2020 ratings.