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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  • Station U Improvement Survey!

    Attention BSHS families---Please take the applicable survey below to help us gather some information about your Station U experience! 

    Family Survey: 

    Student Survey:

    Spanish Family Survey: 

    Spanish Student Survey:


    Thank you for helping us continue to improve! 



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  • Need a Chromebook?

    If you need a chromebook, please fill out our technology survey. Once your requested chromebook or hotspot is available, we will contact you to come and pick it up. Please only fill the survey out ONCE. Filling it out more than once might cause confusion in our system and cause you to get your chromebook later. Please be patient. We will be contacting you as soon as we get more chromebooks in. 

    English Version of Survey

    Spanish Version of Survey


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  • Tech support available

    For help with an FCPS student account or Chromebook, please call (859) 381-4410.


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  • Apply for Governor's School for Entrepreneurs

    The Governor's School for Entrepreneurs (GSE) will begin accepting applications for summer 2021 on Monday, Nov. 16.This free, prestigious program will take place on Northern Kentucky University's campus in the summer of 2021. All current 9th, 10th, and 11th-grade students are welcome to apply.


    GSE brings teens together from around the state of Kentucky, immerses them in a creative space, and arms them with the tools they need to unleash their entrepreneurial spirits. While all participants gain vital entrepreneurial skills through the program to use as they enter the workplace or continue into higher education, 11 new businesses have already been launched by young alumni of the GSE program. Others have filed for multiple patents and developed new ideas and relationships that sow the seeds for more business formation. In addition, as a direct result of their participation in GSE, entrepreneurs qualify for some $3 million in scholarship opportunities from Kentucky's universities and colleges.


    GSE has scheduled seven virtual events on Hopin this fall for prospective applicants and their families to showcase the GSE experience and dive into the application process. The link to register is below, as well as the schedule for events.

    Virtual Learning Events for GSE:

    • Wednesday, Sept. 23 from 5-6 p.m. ET
    • Monday, Oct. 5 from 4-5 p.m. ET
    • Wednesday, Oct. 21 from 4-5 p.m. ET
    • Tuesday, Nov. 10 from 4-5 p.m. ET
    • Thursday, Nov. 19 from 4-5 p.m. ET
    • Wednesday, Dec. 9 from 4-5 p.m. ET
    • Wednesday, Dec. 16 from 4-5 p.m. ET


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  • Class of 2020 Graduation Photos

    Last spring's seniors can access photos from the BSHS diploma pick-up and the FCPS Senior Send-Off at the Kentucky Horse Park. 

    Photos of senior diploma pick-up

    • Password: BSHS (This will allow anyone to download the photos, which are in alphabetical order.)

    Kentucky Horse Park celebration images

    • Password: Grad


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  • Commonly Requested Documents:

    Enrolling in fall 2020

    Enrollment information

    Request a no pass/no drive form

    Request a transcript


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  • FCPS announces new principal for Bryan Station High School

    Eric Hale Eric Hale is the new principal of Bryan Station High School. "People are passionate about wanting to be leaders in Fayette County Public Schools at this time, which is a reflection of the incredible work happening both in our schools and at the district level,” said Superintendent Manny Caulk.

    Hale has 15 years of experience in education and comes to FCPS from Fairview Independent Schools, where he most recently was Achievement Gap Director of Student Services. He started his career as a fifth grade teacher at Fairview Elementary School, where he later became principal, and moved from that role to assistant principal and then principal of Fairview High School, a position he held for six years. He earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education, a master’s degree in school leadership, and an education specialist’s degree and certification as a superintendent and director of pupil personnel, all from Morehead State University.

    “I am so excited to welcome Mr. Hale,” said Interim Middle School Chief Julie Wright, who was involved in the search. “He brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and passion for students that the Bryan Station High School community has been looking for to move the school to the next level of success.”

    Hale assumed his duties on July 1, 2020.


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