Bryan Station Middle School

Lexington, Kentucky

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  • Update on Dates for BSMS Volleyball


    Due to a conflict in schedule, dates have changed for Open Gym.
    June 17th - 19th -- 3:45-5:00
    July 10th - 12th -- 9:15-10:30
    July 15th - tryouts

    Bryan Station Middle School will be hosting a free volleyball clinic for girls who are interested in trying out.   You must attend Bryan Station Middle School in order to participate.  

    Important Information:

    • All athletes must have a physical on a KHSSA form. Without this form, the athlete will not be allowed to tryout. 
    • Open gym will be June 17th – 19th
    • June 25th – July 9th is dead period, which means the coaches are not to have any contact with athletes or parents during this time.
    • Open gym resumes July 10th – July 12th for all athletes interested in trying out.
    • Tryouts will be July 15th, 6th grade – 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., 7th and 8th grade will tryout 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
    • Practice times will be determined after tryouts.
    • If your daughter makes the team, practice will be every day after school.
    • Games will be on Mondays and Wednesdays and some weekend tournaments.
    • If you have any questions, please contact me at


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  • Supply Lists 2019-2020

    Click here for our school supply lists


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  • 2019 Special Programs Information Night

    Save the Date for Special Programs - August 19th, 2019 5:30 - 7:30 pm at Douglass High School.  Over 30 specilized programs will be present to meet the needs of our students.  We invite parents and community to come out and take a sneak peek into our program offerings.  


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  • Congratulations 2019-2020 SBDM Members

    The BSMS PTSA would like to say congratulations to our parent members Barbara Ferguson and Maria Labreveux for being elected to serve as the parent representatives on the SBDM Council at BSMS for school year 2019 - 2020.  Congratulations to Mrs. Santiago and Mrs. Czirr for being elected as our teacher representatives.  Thank you all for your time and dedication to BSMS students, staff, and parents!  

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  • 2019 - 2020 BSMS PTSA Board Officers

    Thank you to all of the PTSA members who came out and voted for the 2019 - 2020 BSMS PTSA Board Officers.  
    President - Carol Cooper
    V.P. Membership - Melinda Caudill
    V.P. Fundraising - Felicia Watkins
    Treasurer - Rashetta Dobson
    Secretary - Alexandra Bybee
    Congratulations to all of you and we appreciate your time and dedication to BSMS!  We appreciate our willingness to step up and help BSMS be a GREAT school!

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  • Dress Code 2019-2029

    New Dress Code Standards for 2019-2020 School Year


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  • Summer Reading

    Enjoy your summer with a great book!  

    BSMS Summer Reading 2019

    High School Summer Reading Requirements 


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  • Summer Camp Opportunities

    There are many opportunities in Lexington for summer camp.  Check out our link for some ideas!  

    • YSC Basketball Camp -- This summer BSMS will host a basketball camp in our gym June 17th - 20th from 9 am - noon for 1st - 6th graders.  This is a free camp.  Campers will get a t-shirt.  Guest Speakers will attend.  Students will learn basketball skills and have fun playing 3 on 3 games and working on individual skills.  Please send applications and questions to Mike Allen.

    Flyer for more information


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  • Parent Volunteer App 

    Volunteer Application/Renewal - To volunteer in any school, you must have a background check.  Parents should do this at the beginning of each school year.


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  • Sports Physicals

    All students must have a sports physical before try outs.  Click here for the KHSAA Forms.


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  • Lexington Public Library Student Success Cards

    The Lexington Public Library Student Success Cards can once again be used this summer for free rides on LexTran. 


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  • Battle of the Books champions

    Battle of the Books team wins title

    Our Bryan Station team won the middle school division of the districtwide 2019 Battle of the Books, a competitive reading incentive program that encourages students to pay particular attention to detail. The champions included Shaun Kendall, Ethan Ensor, Avery Padgett, and Jacob Henz.


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  • Congratulations BSMS STLP!

    Congratulations to our Girls Who Code/STLP group this year!  This was the first year our school participated in the FCPS STEM Fair competition in which our school placed in several categories!  We are very proud of our girls making such an impact in the field of technology!!!

    1st place - Nielson Park - Manipulated Photo 
    2nd Place -Showcase - Girls Who Code - Instructional Projects
    3rd place - Isa Martinez - Mixed Media 
    3rd place - Eden Johnson - Original Photo
    3rd place - Adrianna Negron & Chloe Haley - Adopt a Pet Game - Service Project


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  • Station Nation Trail

    Thank you Council-member,  CM Evans, for giving BSMS the opportunity to name the upcoming Bryan Station Neighborhood Walking Trail.  Our students picked Station Nation Trail!  The trail will be installed this summer throughout the Bryan Station neighborhood to help residents see the best walking/bike routes along with mileage.  This is a great way to get the neighborhood out and getting physical activity.  This project will be implemented by Lexington’s Parks & Recreation Department.   

    Walking Trail Map


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  • Regional Science Fair Winners

    Congratulations these students from Bryan Station Middle were promoted to the State Fair – March 30th, 2019 at EKU! 

    • Isabelle McNear - 7th Grade -  Earth and Environmental Science
    • Eliza Mullins - 8th Grade - 8 Materials Science
    • Tyler Bobadilla - 6th Grade - Physics and Astronomy
    • Joey Hicks - 6th Grade - 6 Physics and Astronomy


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  • Congratulations to All Music Programs - Band, Choir, & Orchestra!!!

    They all received distinquished ratings at KMEA Assessment.  Great job to our students and teachers for thier hard work!  


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  • Honors Orchestra

    Congratulations!!!!  We had 21 students accepted into the KMEA District 7 Middle School Honors Orchestra. There were over 200 students who auditioned, and many of our students placed very well.
    Symphonic Orchestra:  Emerson Farrar, 2nd chair 2nd violin (#4 in the auditions!); Elizabeth Mullins, 10th chair viola; Andrew Peng, 1st chair cello (section leader!); Dorothy George, 4th chair cello

    Philharmonic Orchestra:  Julianne Fisher, 1st chair 1st violin (Concertmaster!); Olivia Johnson, 5th chair 1st violin; Debbie Ishimwe, 7th chair 1st violin; Kira DeLeon, 12th chair 1st violin; Kiyah Jackson, 4th chair 2nd violin; Logan Smith, 5th chair 2nd violin; Kyli Gentry, 5th chair viola; Kylie Proffit, 10th chair viola; Erica Ramirez Velsaquez, 11th chair viola; Ada Burris, 5th chair cello; Oscar Mondono, 5th chair bass

    Alternates: Ellyshia Russell, 5th violin alternate; Abigail Henz, 6th violin alternate; Ami Tao, 5th cello alternate

    6th Grade Honors Orchestra: Max Majors, 1st Violin; Riley Morris, 2nd Violin; Kylie Singleton, 2nd Violin; Chase Profitt, Viola; Emma Harris, Cello; Taylor Taggart, Cello


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  • Congratulations Archery Team!

    The archery team took 4th place in the District Archery Tournament!  Congratulations to Mason Decker & Ella Morgan who qualified for a spot at the State Archery Tournament!!!


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  • KY World Language Association Showcase

    Congratulations to Neilsen Park for achieving the 2nd Place in the category “Frameable Art” in the Kentucky World Language Association Showcase!  Congratulations to Max Majors, Ella Ray, Eden Johnson, Emily Lowe, Ada Burris, David Marin, Ben Dominguez, Natalia Guajardo, and Andrew Peng for participating too. They did great and represented BSMS well.  Way to go Bearcats!!!!


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  • Sarah Payne  Orchestra leader selected as Outstanding Director

    Sarah Payne, who guides the orchestras at Bryan Station Middle School, has received the 2019 Outstanding Director award (for grades K-12) from the Kentucky Chapter of the American String Teachers Association. “I believe that every child has the potential to become a great musician, and I try very hard to ensure that every student receives the opportunities they need to grow their potential,” said Payne, who also teaches strings at Deep Springs Elementary. Read more about Payne ... 


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  • Spelling Bee 

    Congratulations to Zachariah Oliver!!  He did an outstanding job representing BSMS at the Scripps Howard spelling bee.  He finished in the top four!  He had some tough competition and lasted 8 rounds!


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  • Beta Club

    BSMS has started a Junior Beta Club!  This is an honors club that focusses on leadership and service to others. The BETA Club will meet on Thursdays at 4:00 in the library. The membership is by invitation only to students who have had all a’s and B’s  all year long. We had 182 students invited to join.  We look forward to having lots of fun while learning and growing our leadership skills and fine tuning our abilities in all areas. Congratulations to those invited! It is indeed an honor! Thank you to Mrs. Swartz and Mrs. Santiago for becoming sponsors of this program!  Beta Club meets on Thursdays after school.  


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  • District Science Fair Winners

    All winning students are invited to be honored at the LFUCG meeting by Mayor Linda Gorton, Vice Mayor Steve Kay, and the LFUCG Council on Thursday, February 21st, 2019. 

    All winning students have earned the privilege of advancing to the 16th Annual Central Kentucky Regional Science and Engineering Fair (CKRSEF), a part of the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) system, the largest pre-college science competition in the world.  The CKRSEF will be held March 2, 2019 at Paul L. Dunbar High School in Lexington.





    Physics & Astronomy -2nd place

    6th Grade




    Physics & Astronomy – 1st place

    6th Grade




    Engineering -2nd place

    7th Grade




    Environmental Science

    KAW Water award

    7th Grade




    Physics & Astronomy – 2ndplace

    8th Grade




    Animal Science -2nd place

    8th Grade


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  • Congratulations BSMS Academic Team!!

    BSMS Academic Team placed 2nd in the district this year!!  The team will compete at the regional competition.  We are very proud of our coaches and students!  A huge shout out to these students:  Zach Oliver who placed in the district in in Math & Arts & Humanities; Landon Hodge placed in Science & Social Studies; Emerson Farrar placed in Arts & Humanities.  Great Job Bearcats!!!


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  • All County Honors Band

    BSMS shines at All County Honors Band auditions!  Congratulations to our students accepted as well as the 6 students placed as alternates!  Accepted were:  Landon Hodge, Wesley Doyle, Frances Kilgore, Noah Shofner, Jett Norton, Evelyn Real, Isa Martinez, Valeria Culp Millan, Josiah Ramage, Adrianna Dick, Emery Nathaniel, Sarah Ferguson, & Joey Hicks!  Alternates are:  Jack Hollingshead, Jasmine Bentley, Sophia Logan, Jackie Robinson, Patrick Real, & Shaun Kendall!  Congratulations All!


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  • Congratulations to our District Reflections Winners

    Middle School Literature

    Jasmine Bentley-Honorable Mention
    Hannah Clark-Honorable Mention
    Valeria Culp Millan-Award of Merit for Literature "Hero"
    Middle School Photography
    Gabe Katz-Award of Merit
    Middle School Visual Arts
    LeQuon Greer-Honorable Mention
    Adriana Negron-Honorable Mention
    Gabriella Cortes-Award of Excellence
    Neilsen Park-Overall Winner

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  • BSMS Science Fair Winners

    Congratulations to our school science fair winners!!!  They will be advancing to the district science fair in February.  We are proud of you!!!!

    6th Grade - Jacob Henz, Joseph Hicks, Brooke Etter, Tyler Bobadilla, & Avery Thomas

    7th Grade - Colton Gayne, Thomas Grant, Isabelle McNear, Ada Burris, & Valeria Culp Millan

    8th Grade - Dorothy George, Abby Henz, Anthony Campbell, Julianne Fisher, Crosby Nathaniel, & Eliza Mullins


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  • Acceptable Use Policy

    Students need to have this district AUP signed and returned for full access to computers.  

    English - Click here for a copy of the district AUP.

    Spanish - Click here for a copy in Spanish.


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  • Kroger Rewards

    Our Kroger reward number has changed. Please go to log into Kroger account and look for Bryan Station Middle School.  Our number is RU369 and then click enroll.


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  • Allergy Alert Information

    Please review this letter in regards to bringing food into BSMS as we have many students with allergies.  Please click here for food packaging.  


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  • IC Login

    Download the App or log on the website (Click Student tab-IC Campus Portal)
    Username is your student ID
    Password is your first & last intial and 6 digit DOB
    District ID is WYHBLW
    For parents:  email to get your login information


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  • Box Tops for Education

    Box Tops for Education - Our school is collecting “Box Tops for Education” as a fundraiser.  Box Tops can be found on General Mills products, including Pillsbury, Betty Crocker, Green Giant, Yoplait, Progresso, Old El Paso, Pop Secret, Ziploc, Nature Valley, and many others. Box Tops can be sent to the library or placed in Mrs. Brewer's mailbox throughout the year.  Help our school earn more money with the Box Top app.  Box Top App Instructions

    We will have special drawings for great prizes throughout the year.  

    Box Tops Products

    Box Tops Sweepstakes - Visit this site often to help our school!


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  • BSMS 2018-2019 Bell Schedule

    Please click here for the new bell schedule


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  • Facebook

    We are on Facebook!  Follow us for announcements and events.


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  • Tutoring Available

    Individual teachers hold thier own tutoring hours.  ESS Services are also available.  The Lexington Public Library offers some homework help. also has a paid service but going through the library is free with a library card.  


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  • Infinite Campus Access

    If you do not have access to Infinite Campus, please contact the guidance office at (859) 381-3296 or (859) 381-3288.  You can check your child's grades on-line through this program.


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