Bryan Station High School

Lexington, Kentucky

Mission: Our faculty and staff will be RELENTLESS in ensuring all students graduate high school career and college ready.

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    Seniors ONLY Testing

    Friday, May 24th (B Day)

    Tuesday,
    May 28th

    (A Day)

    Wednesday, May 29th

    (B Day)

    Thursday,
    May 30th

    (A Day)

    Friday,
    May 31st

    (B Day)

    1st block-FINAL

    8:25 – 10:00

    B1

    Final Exam

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    Final Exam

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    Final Exam

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    Final Exam

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    Final Exam

    2nd block

    10:04 – 11:36

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    Class

    A1

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    B1

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    3rd block

    11:40-1:39

    B3

    Class

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    4th block- FINAL

    1:43-3:15

    B4

    Final Exam

    A3

    Final Exam

    B3

    Final Exam

    A4

    Final Exam

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    Spring Finals Schedule

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  • Image result for 2019 graduation clipart

    Graduation practice for Bryan Station High School seniors will take place on Friday, May 31 at 8:00 a.m. at the high school.  Any graduating senior wishing to participate in the ceremony must be in attendance at practice.  Graduation is scheduled for Monday, June 3 at 5:00 p.m. at Rupp Arena. Be sure to click HERE to read the flyer about requirements to participate in the graduation ceremony!

     

    SENIORS AND SENIOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS: Click here for a presentation about all things senior related!

     

    Please watch the short video below for more information on the safety practices at Rupp Arena, to make your entrance to graduation as quick and easy as possible!


     

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    Click Here to download flyer


     

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  • FCPS Student Survey

    Your voice matters, so please take a moment to participate in the districtwide Student Survey. It's designed to gather broad-based input on how things are going and how FCPS can improve. | Take the survey here

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  • Station among top entries in Youth Arts Council Exhibition

    Bryan Station's Deja Baker won first place and a $100 prize in the 2019 Youth Arts Council Exhibition for her photograph “Colorism: A Concept.” Third place ($50) went to Jessica Harrison for the fiber work “Carpe Dieme.” Receiving honorable mention were Mia Durham, Isabelle Soult, and Carmen Coleman. The art display continues through June 28 at the Living Arts & Science Center, 362 N. Martin Luther King Blvd. 

    First place: Deja Baker's photograph  Third place: Jessica Harrison's fiber art

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  • Bryan Station artist the overall winner in Sixth District contest

    Claire  Ellyse's entry  

    The 2019 Congressional Art Competition's overall winner from the Sixth District is Claire Skubik-Peplaski of Bryan Station High School. Her entry, “Entomology: North American Rhopalocera,” will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol for a year. Claire is also invited to a June reception in Washington, D.C., with winners from each congressional district. In third place was Bryan Station’s Ellyse Chula with “Flora no Fauna,” which will hang in U.S. Rep. Andy Barr’s Lexington office. The Sixth District received 25 entries from eight schools. Barr congratulated the young artists at an April 17 reception in the President’s Room of the Singletary Center.


     

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