• Latin Dance Team at Thriller Parade and LASC

    Our Latin dance team proudly represented BSHS at the Halloween and Thriller parade 2019.  They also represented our wonderful school at the day of the dead festival at the Living Arts and Science Center. 



    Data, Dinner and Discussion

    The Data, Dinner and Discussion was a success!  We are planning another event similar to this in the Spring.  This one will be off campus and in the community to involve more of our families.


    I Am Me at KTA

    The cast & crew of the fall production of, I Am Me brought home a discretionary award for an original production at KTA regionals yesterday! Libby Hunstad, junior, brought home a KTA All Star metal for her outstanding performance!  These students have been so passionate and dedicated to bring this personal story to life.

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    FCEA Grants Awarded to BSHS Teachers

    Shelli Warburton and Michelle Dexter both received a $250 grant from FCEA, Fayette County Education Association.  There were over 40 applicants and we each won 1 of the 13 presented grants. 

    Shelli Warburton: "My $250 grant will be used towards the Freshman Academy Algebra 1 PBL field trip to Adrenaline in the spring.  Fall semester students will design fundraisers to be able to raise enough money to take the field trip. They will present their fundraising Shark Tank style using Linear functions.  In the spring on the actual field trip students will collect data jumping on the trampoline, write a quadratic function that represents their jump, and then calculate the maximum height they jumped."

    Michelle Dexter: "My $250 grant will be used to purchase a color printer and laminator to make communication pictures to help nonverbal students communicate. Many of the students I work with are not able to use their voices to communicate and have significant learning disabilities. They need picture cards to be able to ask and answer questions and to express their basic wants and needs.  This printer and laminator will help drastically with these students."

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    Scholastic Ball Report

    Student athletes Taylor, Samantha and Bryson representing Bryan Station on the Scholastic Ball Report this week! Tune in Sunday at Noon!

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    JAG Initiation and Installation Ceremony

    Each year the Career Association Chapters of Job’s for America’s Graduates (JAG) have an Initiation and Installation Ceremony. During this ceremony the newly elected officers and all JAG members are installed as members of the JAG Career Association. The officers lead the Career Association in striving to reach its five goals. The five goals are: Leadership Development, Career Development, Civic Awareness, Social Awareness and Community Service.  Congratulations to all the new officers and members of the JAG Career Association!  

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    Interview Attire Day

    our students and teachers participated in a school wide Career Interview Attire Day. We focused on dressing professionally and practicing the skills needed to complete a successful interview! It was a great success and we can't wait to do it again next semester!

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    We celebrated the 5th annual Guitaraoke Concert with over 140 guitarists playing all at once!  Even Mr. Kearns got in on the action!

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    STLP Regional Competition

    Congratulations to our STLP students for doing a wonderful job presenting their projects at the Regional STLP Showcase!  All teams scored high enough to advance to the State Competition.

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    Defender Madness

    We had a lot of fun at Defender Madness.  The Green and Gold Divas performed as well as the Cheerleaders.  The Northside also got a sneak peak at this year's Boys and Girls Basketball Teams.

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    KY All State Orchestra and KY All State Guitar Ensemble

    Five students were accepted into the Kentucky All State Orchestra and 10 students were accepted into the Kentucky All State Guitar Ensemble.  All students had to audition for the groups and were selected from a large number of students from across the state.  They will be performing with the All State groups with nationally known conductors in Louisville, KY in February.   

    In Orchestra: Madeline Farrar, Adam Florence, Andrew Peng, Caleb Robinson, and Ben Shapere.  Alternates include: Emily Peng and LaMargaret Johnson

    In Guitar: Charlie Overman, Colby Walters, Hannah Spencer-Pope, Nadia Tabb, Esmeralda Alvare, Zoey Frosty, Madison Ritchie, Sophie Hudkins, Aridne Grant, and Erin Kendall.


    Regional and State Competitions

    We have hosted several Regional and State Competitions this year including the Middle School Football tournament, the Boys Soccer State tournament, and the Regional Dance Competition.