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News from the Agriculture Dept.

Pictured above is the Bath County Welding team.   The students are from left to right: Tyler Helton, Clay Nelson, Carlea Hutchison, and Jesse Curtis.  These students are the winners of the Bath County High School Welding contest. These students also have placed 6th at the Licking River Regional Welding contest held at Morehead, KY.  

To see more information about the agricultural department and FFA, click here.

Bass Fishing Team Meeting is Set

There will be a meeting at 6:30 in the BCHS Cafe on October 27 regarding our Bass Fishing Team.  This meeting will be for any student and their parent or any adult over the age of 21 that is interested in helping with the program.

World Language Club Visits Living Arts & Science Museum

On Tuesday, October 18th, 63 members of the BCHS World Language Club went to the Living Arts and Science museum in Lexington. They saw an art exhibit and completed an art project both pertaining to the Hispanic holiday Los Días de los Muertos, or the Days of the Dead, which is a type of memorial day. In addition, they saw planetarium shows about light pollution, going to the moon, and autumn constellations. It was a cultural, artistic, and scientific learning experience for all students!

Cat Bash in Planning Process

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The Cat Bash has been set for November 18th at 7pm.  Amy Leach is in charge of the Cat Bash Committee.  There will be a meeting on Thursday Oct 20th at 6 p.m. in the BCHS cafeteria to start the planning process. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Jostens Rep to Visit School on October 26

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Our Jostens' representative will be at our school on Wednesday, October 26th during lunches so that seniors may order their graduation supplies.  The cost for a cap and gown is $20 with no tax (do not pay tax if the company tries to bill it).  All other senior supplies have various prices and will be subject to tax. There will at least two more dates scheduled for seniors to make their orders during their lunches.  Orders can also be placed online at jostens.com.

 Please see Mrs. Erwin if you have any questions

!!! Drivers Wanted !!!

Bath County Title I Parent Education Night

 Bath County Schools will be hosting a Title I Parent Education Night on 11/3/16 at Bath County High School from 6:00 - 8:00 in the Family consumer Education Classroom, RM. 213.


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Student Survey

Students, please let us know what you thought about the BCHS Testing Celebration that we did on Wednesday, October 12.  Please click the link below to take the survey.


Students Get Recognized for their Tribute to Jerry Thatcher

Bath County High School Sophomores, Dalton Lewis, Ben Danner, and Donovan Holder, were recognized as the Student Spotlight during the September Board Meeting.  The students created a touching video tribute to Mr. Jerry Thatcher in dedication to his memory and his legacy as an educator.  Pictured:  Mr. Harvey Tackett, Superintendent of Bath County Schools; Melanie Erwin, Bath County High School Principal; Ben Danner, and Dalton Lewis.

WHAS Crusade for Children Partnership with Bath County Schools

WHAS Crusade for Children Partnership Provides Sensory Materials and Equipment Funding for Bath County Schools

Bath County Schools has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the WHAS Crusade for Children. The funds will provide sensory materials and equipment for students at Owingsville Elementary and Crossroads Elementary. These materials and equipment will give special needs students a place to get away from a sometimes overstimulating school environment. This can also provide a space for students to become more open to exploring their environment. According to district Special Education Director Kim Whitt, “The materials will fill a vast need for the district. Teachers will be able to use these new materials to address each child's pattern of sensory processing to help students better adapt to the school environment. The grant will be divided equally among the two schools, and the materials and equipment should be outfitted and ready for students within the first eight weeks of school.

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Way To Go Students and Staff!


Congratulations to BCHS for being a Proficient School!  The students and staff are celebrating an overall accountability score of 72.7.

Mrs. Erwin, Principal of Bath County High School


Mrs. Melanie Erwin Becomes Principal of Bath County High School.

(Click here to learn more about Mrs. Erwin.)

Welcome Ms. Cline

BCHS Welcomes Ms. Cline, Assistant Principal.  

(Click here to learn more about Ms. Cline)

Schedule Changes for 2016-2017 School Year

Information on when schedule changes will be accepted can be found here.  If you have any further questions, please contact the high school.  

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BCHS Dress Code Policy

Information about Bath County High School's dress code policy. This can also be found in the Student and Parent Handbook for the 2016-2017 school year.  

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This school is authorized under federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students.

Nondiscrimination Statement

The Bath County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, genetic information, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, age or disabling condition in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

Name and/or Title:  Title IX Coordinator
Address:  405 West Main Street, Owingsville, KY  40360
Telephone No.:  (606) 674-6314

Name and/or Title: Section 504/ADA Coordinator
Address:  405 West Main Street, Owingsville, KY  40360
Telephone No.:  (606) 674-6314

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