Bryan Station Middle School
1865 Wickland Drive •
Lexington, KY 40505
Phone: (859) 381-3288 • Fax: (859) 381-3292
School website: www.bsms.fcps.net/
School hours: 8:55 a.m. - 3:55 p.m.
Our school is in the Hermitage Hills subdivision adjacent to Bryan Station High School. Bryan Station Middle has been operating since January 1933, making it among the oldest schools in Fayette County. The original building was razed, and a 60,000-square-foot facility was constructed in 1977. The latest renovations were completed in the fall of 2010.
With an eight-period schedule, all students receive instruction every day in language arts, math, science and social studies. In addition to the core-area courses, our students can choose among numerous exploratory classes such as Spanish, visual arts and robotics. Students also participate in many sports and academic-based extracurricular opportunities. Everyone is encouraged to participate!
What makes our school special
We place a priority on assessment and instruction, with high expectations and standards for all our students. Our staff is willing to go the extra mile to remove all barriers to learning so that all our students can succeed at high levels. We also take pride in helping our students mature to be responsible citizens, and we help build character and set goals to achieve their full potential.
The Spanish Immersion Program, which launched in 1995-1996, includes all grade levels, and students throughout the county may apply. Participants spend at least half their day using Spanish in core-content classes. Students have rigorous standards not only in language but also in all subject areas, and they rank high academically compared to others in the district. The goal is for students to be bilingual by the time they graduate.
- FCPS online application -- The window typically is Aug. 15 to Oct. 7 for the following school year. It's not a first-come, first-served system. Applications may be submitted anytime during the window, and all receive equal consideration.
- Info Night: Sept. 15 -- FCPS will host a districtwide Information Night to spotlight the gifted and talented programs, magnet schools and specialized academic programs. Families can pick up brochures on all the options and then attend three breakout sessions from 6 to 8 p.m. Sept 15 at Henry Clay High School.
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