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Wrestling State Results
Congratulations to Brandon Fields and Brandon Vera for placing 6th in their weight classes!!! Congratulations to all the Bryan Station Wrestling athletes on a fantastic season!
KMEA Vocal Results
Distinguished Ratings at KMEA, vocal solo and ensemble: Please congratulate, Rylea Lewis, Ashline DHaiti and Lauren Ashley as they move forward to compete at the State level with their solos.
Congratulations to our StationArts students who have made it to the final round of auditions for the Governor’s School for the Arts!
Gabrielle Dunning, Visual Art
Mia Durham, Visual Art
Madeline Farrar, Violin
Adam Florence, Double Bass
Emily Peng, Piano
Caleb Robinson, Viola
Anna Seebold, Dance
Benjamin Shapere, Cello
Bluegrass Regionals Art Competition
Congratulations to the following Visual Arts students for winning awards at the KyAEA Bluegrass Regionals at EKU! A huge thanks goes out to all the teachers of these students because you allowed them to leave your classes to finish their entries. It takes a village and we appreciate your support.
BEST in SHOW 3D
Gabrielle Dunning Fiber Arts
Mia Durham Painting
Sophie Pennington Sculpture
Ariana Rojas Fashion
Ally Frederick Ceramics
Jessica Harrison Fiber Arts
Jessica Harrison Mixed Media
Congratulations to Victoria Lowe for earning 1st place in the SPANISH-10TH-GRADE competition at the KY Beta Club Convention! She also one 1st place at the Kentucky World Language Association Showcase in the category of Adv. Frameable Art. She is super proud and so are we!
Indoor Track and Field Nationals
Congratulations to Anthony Franklin who traveled to New York City this past weekend to compete in the National Indoor Track and Field Championships. He finished 18th in the 60m dash competing against some of the best sprinters from across the country.
IT Showcase Night
The IT Academy Showcase Night was February 19th. Students presented projects they had been working on this year. There was also a chili cook off.
Lyric Theatre and Cultural Arts Center
StationArts sophomores and technical theatre students toured the Lyric Theater & Cultural Arts Center this past Friday. Students got to experience the rich musical history of the theatre, were informed of the ways to get involved in upcoming events, experienced artwork by international women, walked the cat walk above the stage, and viewed a bit of "The Wiz" in the 500 seat auditorium. Thank you so much to Donald Mason for giving these students a great tour! #defendingstationarts
Students from the Engineering, Manufacturing, and Robotics Academy had the chance to visit Webasto Roof Systems, Inc.. They had an opportunity to interact with professionals while working on their problem solving skills through fun competitions. A HUGE thank you to Webasto for hosting us and giving our sophomores this experience! #teamEMR #defendingstation
Wrigley Media Group
IT Academy students in the video and cinematography pathway recently had the opportunity to visit the Wrigley Media Group. They learned about story boarding, running a studio, editing, filming, and promotions from the professionals that do it every day! We greatly appreciate the warm welcome and the eye opening opportunity our students were given! #WeAreIT#defendingstation
Teaching and Learning Clinicals
Leadership and Professional Services Academy students in the Teaching and Learning pathway had an amazing time in their clinical partnerships with local elementary schools. They got to experience different grade levels and assisted teachers and students in preschool, art, music, and other classes. The future is in great hands with these students! #DixieElementary#DeepSpringsElementary #defendingstation #leadingthewaytoexcellence
UK Markey Cancer Center
The Medical Academy sophomores were privileged to visit UK Markey Cancer Center to learn about cancer-related diagnoses in Kentucky as well as how research is being conducted to try and create new treatments. Dr. Nathan Vanderford and Ms. Melissa Hounshell engaged the students with stories and visual examples to encourage cancer prevention. The students were fascinated by how zebrafish and fruit flies are integral to cancer research. #ThatMedLife #DefendingStation
ProStart Competition in Louisville, KY
Station took our first team ever to compete at the ProStart state competition. Our team went up against seasoned veteran students and teachers and we hung right in with the best of them! Our students took 4th place in a very tight competition.
Students in this competition create their own menu and our students designed their own recipes for the courses. Below are photos from this event including pictures of the menu items they designed. Appetizer: Seared shrimp spring roll Entree: Pan fried lamb loin chops with cherry-balsamic reduction, roasted Yukon gold potatoes with carrots, and garlic asparagus Dessert: Dark chocolate chip mousse with a raspberry coulis.
Students prepared this food in a non-kitchen setting with five judges staring at them the ENTIRE time. Judges said during the competition that our team ran like a "well oiled machine" and they kept their poise throughout. Students on the team included Janautica Shelton, Heather Henry, Jessica Lawless, and Liseth Cervantes.
Educators Rising State Competition at WKU
Leadership Academy students in the Teaching and Learning pathway competed this week at the state Educators Rising Conference. They represented with poise and participated in sessions with integrity. Our students who created a mini-documentary on the Academies of Bryan Station placed first! Many also placed at the state competition to compete at nationals! We are proud of their hard work, dedication, and how they supported each other by genuinely celebrating one another's success! #ALPS #leadingthewaytoexcellence #defendingstation
1st for Inside Our Schools Presentation: Asheline D'Haiti, Noah Langford, Karina Mora, and Daniel Bruner
2nd for Ethical Dilemma: Helena Stevenson Barnes, Korry Jones, Josie Grant
3rd for Impromptu Speaking: Asheline D'Haiti
3rd for Public Speaking: Talia Allen
Archery State Bound
Congratulations to Chaney Dunn and Tyler Marcum for competing in the state archery tournament on March 15-16 in Louisville!!
ACT Day was a Huge Success
All 10th and 11th graders took the ACT on March 12th. 12th graders job shadowed, while all 9th graders visited several colleges around the state, including:
- Bellarmine University
- Berea College
- Midway University
- Morehead University
- Spaulding University
- University of Kentucky
Deja Baker held her first solo Art Show at the Plantory! Show will be hanging until Mid April--go check it out!