• Got Good News?

    If you have some good news that you'd like to see here, please email it to Ms. Lynn Schentrup at Lynn.Schentrup@fayette.kyschools.us



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  • November Good News


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  • SHPE Trip to Cleveland

    11 students (10 EMR and 1 IT) attended the national convention for SHPE. (Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers) The SHPE convention is the largest technical and career conferences for Hispanics in the country.  While there, they attended workshops, had the opportunity to network with professionals, and participated in design challenges.

    SHEP Trip to Cleveland, OH


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  • Freshmen Career Exploration Event

    Freshemen particiated in an interactive experience that's showed 1,300 freshmen a world of career opportunities! 😎 This incredible event would not have been possible without our friends at Lexmark, who have generously donated $150,000 to support #AcademiesofLex. We are beyond thankful for this partnership that will truly help shape the future of Lexington's workforce!


    Construction    Electrical    


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  • Fervan Cerato at Thespians Competition

    Two BSHS theatre students have been passed on to nationals at the International Thespians Festival this summer in Nebraska. Megan Siewert (senior) received superior ratings in Lighting Design and Libby Hunstad (sophomore) received superior ratings in Acting. Megan Siewert was also offered a scholarship to NKU to study Technical Theatre and has received a formal invitation to their BFA auditions next month.

    The cast & crew of Fervan Cerato Does Not Exist performed this weekend at KY Thespians Festival and received adjudicated scores of excellent & superior. Siobhan Johnson won the Tech Challenge for knot tying and Caden Tarry won the Tech Challenge for focusing a stage light in record time. Siobhan Johnson also was named, "All-Star Thespian" for her outstanding work in our theatre department. Max Nelson & Natalie Middleton competed in musical theatre and scored overall as excellent. Needless to say, our theatre students defended Station to the fullest this weekend!

    Hannah   Max Nelson   

    Megan   Siobhan

    Fervan Cerato

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  • Award of Excellence

    Congratulations to Sebastian Astolfo for receiving an Award of Excellence from the National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists. Sebastian represents the Academies of Bryan Station High School and the Bluegrass Region for his outstanding academic performance, leadership potential, and dedication to serving humanity through science, technology, engineering and math. #WEAREIT

    Sebastian Astolfo


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  • Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day

    The young ladies of our Freshman Academy had an exciting day at Toyota in their "Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day!" They were able to tour the plants operations learning the many different ways Engineering is used in the automotive industry. The ladies were also able to ask questions to a panel of diverse women in the company whose tenure ranged from 6 months to 14 years! We hope this experience broadened their perspectives on the Engineering career path!

    Freshmen at Toyota


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  • Cheerleadings Take Regional Championship

    Congratulations to the Cheerleading team for being the Regional Winners of the UCA Bluegrass Championships.

    Cheerleaders at Regionals


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  • Women in Politics Panel

    Our Women's Studies class and other student leaders were lucky to have a group of local women running for office visit our school for a "Women in Politics" panel. These strong female role models discussed issues that impact women in general and the challenges/issues that females often face when running for public office. A huge thank you to Melissa Moore MurphyLibby Green MesserLinda GortonLindsay Hughes ThurstonDenise GrayShambra Mulder, and Angela Evans for sharing their stories! #defendingstation #futureready

    Women in Politics


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  • Congratulations Bryan Station High School
    Your school had the highest attendance growth rate for the month of October at +.79% compared to October 2017.
    This was the highest rate of growth for all high schools in Fayette County Public Schools.
    Look for the attendance banner displayed in your school to celebrate.
    Thank you for all you do to ensure students are welcomed and encourage to attend school each day.  We know students are learning more due to your efforts.
                                                                       From the Pupil Personnel Office
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  • LA Guitar Quartet

    On Wednesday, November 7th, The Academies of Bryan Station High School and StationArts hosted a masterclass in guitar with The Los Angeles Guitar Ensemble.  The Adv. Guitar Ensemble and soloist, Logan Florence, performed and were critiqued by the members of the quartet.  If you would like to watch the masterclass, here is the link to the video on StationArts Facebook page.

    LAGQ   Logan with LAGQ   



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  • National Student Leadership Summit

    Rhiona Marshall, a junior in the Academy of Leadership and Professional Services, was one of eight students selected from Kentucky to attend the National Student Leadership Summit in Indianapolis. By utilizing a “train the trainer” concept, the student and adult ambassadors developed skills that enabled them to effectively lead their peers at school and assist their state association. Rhiona was able to hone her leadership skills and realize the privilege and power of her influence in her school, community and state. We are proud to have you represent The Academies of Bryan Station High School. Congratulations to Rhiona on being selected for such an amazing opportunity and continuously leading the way to excellence! #defendingstation #ALPS

    R Marshall

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  • Musicians Accepted into All State Ensembles

    Five StationArts Orchestra students have been selected for the All-State Orchestra: Madeline Farrar, Adam Florence, Logan Florence, Caleb Robinson, and Ben Shapere.  Emily Peng was also named as an alternate.


    BSHS's Guitar Ensemble has been chosen as one of the showcase ensembles for the All State Guitar Orchestra in February!


    Kate Jones and Joseph Mink, choir students, made alternate for All-State Choir.  Kate Jones received a perfect score on sight reading!


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  • Wendy's High School Heisman Award Winners

    Congratulations to our Wendy’s High School Heisman Award Winners, Kate Jones and Jayson Crumbie!!  This award recognizes outstanding achievements in Athletics, Academics, and Community Service.

    Jayson Crumbie   Kate Jones


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  • WKYT Athlete of the Week

    Jalen Burbage, quarterback for the Defender Football team, was named WKYT’s Athlete of the Week, on October 31st.  Check out the online article and video HERE.

    Jalen Burbage


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  • Cross Country State Bound

    Lauren Wright and Grant Walles are headed to the Cross Country State Championships this weekend!  Grant ran Saturday’s Boys Class AAA Regional 5K in 17:56.97.  Lauren ran the Girls Class AAA Regional 5K in 23:15.21.  They will run again at the Kentucky Horse Park for the State Championships on november 2nd.


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  • Certifications

    As a Freshman last year, Sierra Wise was the only student out of 70 students taking Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications to actually receive all four of them: MS Word, Access, Excel, and PowerPoint. As a Sophomore this year, she’s continued her drive for success and is now the first student at Bryan Station to become a certified MS Word Expert. Overall, Sierra strives to learn as much about computers as possible so that she can help others fix them when things go wrong.

    S Wise  

    Anthony Luis Miranda Rahn (ALMR) is the first student to pass the Adobe Certificed Associate exam in Photoshop CC.  He is one step away from completing his Graphic Design Industry Certification.

    ALMR working   

    Quinn Blackburn Lynch is our first Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) of the year.

    Q Blackburn

    Jerrison Howard was the first BSHS student to pass an IC3 exam. He plans to pass two more IC3 exams to earn full IC3-GS5 certification!  IC3 Global Standard 5 (GS5) is the newest addition to the IC3 Digital Literacy program. Like its predecessors, the GS5 certification is comprised of three exams: Computing Fundamentals, Living Online, and Key Applications. Certiport is committed to providing a truly global standard, and as digital standards and requirements advance, so does IC3. Best of all, because IC3 includes concepts and skills that apply to almost any school or career pathway, it's the ideal solution for any student or jobseeker looking to validate their digital skills.


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  • KHSSCA Coach of the Year

    Congratulations to Coach Manes Preptit, head coach of the Boy’s Soccer Team for being named the KHSSCA Coach of the Year for Large Schools!


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