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.
The story of Bryan's Station
The fort at Bryan's Station holds an important place in the late Revolutionary War history of Kentucky. With names like Daniel Boone and Simon Girty associated with it, and the Battle of Blue Licks (known as the last battle of the Revolution) connected to it, there are good reasons to know the whole story.
Try some of the links below for information about the importance of "Bryan Station" in the American Revolution and the development of the Bluegrass area of Kentucky.
View the YouTube video of Bryan's Station