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Bath County High School art students participated in the Gateway Regional Student Art Show

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Bath County High School art students participated in the Gateway Regional Student Art Show at the Gateway Regional Arts Center in Mt. Sterling. Our students placed in the following categories.

 

 

Best in Show- Aro Wilson

1st Portrait- Angelida Stewart

1st Landscape- Makayla Blackburn

2nd Portrait- Nathan Combs

2nd Landscape- Makayla Blackburn

2nd Still-Life- Aro Wilson

 

This exhibition only gives one Best in Show and 1st and 2nd place in the 8 categories, so our students represented Bath County Schools well, as they always do. The show will be on display in the main gallery until the end of April. The Gateway Regional Arts Center is located at 101 East Main Street in Mt. Sterling.

BCHS Governor's School For The Arts Recipient

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Congratulations to Miki Marksberry for being selected to the Governor's School for the Arts Program.  The GSA programs mission is to build lifelong relationships with the arts.   A student must be passionate, collaborative, inclusive, innovative and stewards of the Arts to be selected for participation in the GSA program.

Bath County is very proud of Miki and we look forward to following her success.

Updated BCHS Rendering

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Congratulation to BCHS Governor's Scholar Recipients

 

scholar   Congratulations to Dakota Davis, Nicholas Frizzell, and Caroline Whitt on being accepted into the Governor's Scholar Program.  The Program’s mission is to enhance Kentucky’s next generation of civic and economic leaders.

 

   In order to participate in the Program, students must compete on a state-wide level. Selection for the program is highly competitive, with an application process similar to that of prestigious colleges and universities. In addition to an academic profile that includes difficulty of course load, GPA, and at least one standardized test score, the application requires an outline of all extracurricular activities, a history of volunteer service, and a list of job positions held. A Teacher recommendation which includes both a quantitative evaluation and qualitative descriptions of the student’s performance and potential; as well as a Community Recommendation which shows how a student performs in a community setting beyond the high school are also required. The final component of the application is an original writing entry.

 

   Bath County is very proud of these students and we look forward to following their success.

BCHS FFA Chapter Featured on RFDTV
Congrats Nicholas and Gabbi!

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Gabbi Hill and Nicholas Frizzell placed first at the national Trio competition this weekend.  Both Gabbi Hill and Nicholas Frizzell were great and they represented Bath County High School very well!

Congrats FCCLA!

The BCHS FCCLA had 4 groups of students who competed last Tuesday at the state level of STAR Events.  These are the results:

Entrepreneurship, Junior Division - Rileigh Ulery and Mallory Brashear - 1st place

Entrepreneurship, Senior Division - Abby Frizzell and Taylor Thompson - 2nd place

Life Event Planning, Junior Division - Reagan Purvis, Katie Hart, and Sara Pelfrey - 3rd place

Life Event Planning, Senior Division - Cole Robinson and Savannah Hamilton - 4th place

Seniors, we need pictures!

Seniors, please turn in pictures for your senior video to a class officer.  You need to submit a baby, middle school, and high school picture for the video. 

Congrats to our Weightlifting Team!

The weightlifting team competed this past weekend in the push/pull state championships at North Bullitt High School. Our JV team won the State Championship. Our team competed against much larger schools from all across the State. There is a maximum of 100 points possible. We scored 82 points with the next closest team being St. Xavier, a private school from Louisville with a score of 53 points. The individual medal winners are as follows: Quentin Lewis 148lb State Champion, Hunter Donathan 220lb State Champion, Tanner Butcher 308lb State Champion, Jamie Gamble 275lb State Champion, Brady Pitts SHW State Champion,  John Landsaw 308lb State Runner Up, Jacob Flora 123lb State Runner Up, Griffin Fraley 275lb 3rd place, Chris Norris 220lb 3rd place, William Johnson 132lb 3rd place, Skylar Smith 3rd place, Christian Arnett White 3rd place. A lot of our lifters lifted up in a heavier class and still won the State championship by a rather large total of weight. In several of our classes, our lifters won by over a 100 pounds total, which is a large accomplishment. This makes back to back JV team State Championships for the Bath County Powerlifting Team. Congrats to all the team members. They put in a lot of work each and every day. They learn to fight both physical and mental barriers to reach their goals. 

Congrats to our Band!

To add to our year of firsts, we have two students selected to the KMEA All-District 8 Symphony Orchestra!

Congratulations to Ben Conkright & Caleb Crouch for having successful auditions

The All-District Symphony Orchestra event takes place on Saturday, March 16, 2019, in Ashland.

Congrats to our FBLA!

Congratulations to our Bath County FBLA chapter!  The following were recognized at the Region 5 Conference held on Wednesday, March 6, 2019, and will go on to compete at the state level in April:

 

Evan Wells--3rd place, Advertising

JR York--2nd place, Agribusiness

Gavin Padgett--3rd place, Business Ethics

Kaylee Purvis--3rd place, Client Services

Harvey Stapleton--3rd place, Computer Problem Solving

Sammy Bodine--2nd place, Cyber Security

Hunter Bradley, Andrew Coyle, & Caleb Rushing--3rd place, Digital Video Production

Andy McFarland--2nd place, Economics

Jordan Davis, Lane Rogers, & Landan Swartz--3rd place, Global Business

Gavin Crouch--1st place, Help Desk

Maynard Reinhardt--3rd place, Impromptu Speaking

Zane Blevins--2nd place, Introduction to Business

Clara Beth Toy--3rd place, Introduction to Business Communication

Amelia Oldfield--2nd place, Intro to FBLA

Selah Bussell--1st place, Intro to Parliamentary Procedure

Lindsey Crouch & Gracie Thomas--3rd place, Management Decision Making

Rhianna Carpenter and Zane Blevins--2nd place, Management Information Systems

Devon Hunt, Logan McKenzie, & Peyton Rogers--2nd place, Marketing

Carlea Hutchison, Ryan Leach, and Austin McKenzie--1st place, Network Design

Jenna Cassady--1st place, Organizational Leadership

Dalton Lewis, Kim Caudill, & Morgan Reed--3rd place, Public Service Announcement

Ashley Fore--2nd Place, Sales Presentation

Sammy Bodine, Gabbi Hill, & Christa Stump--1st place, Website Design

Congratulations FCCLA!

Bath County FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) competed today in the Region 9 Star Events at Maysville Community & Technical College. Congratulations to the following students.

Chapter In Review Portfolio -Senior
Jenna Cassady & Chynah Thompson - 2nd place

Entrepreneurship - Junior 
Mallory Breahear & Rileigh Ulery - 1st

Entrepreneurship - Senior
Abby Frizzell, Kaylee Staviski & Taylor Thompson - 1st

Focus on Children - Senior 
Sabrina Hartwig & Haley Stephens - 3rd

Food Innovation - Junior 
Robin Roland - 2nd

Life Event Planning - Junior 
Katelyn Hart, Sara Pelfrey & Reagan Purvis - 1st

Life Event Planning - Senior
Savannah Hamilton & Cole Robinson

FCCLA will be competing at the State level from March 19-21, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky.

Congratulations again FCCLA Star Event competitors!

Congratulations TSA!

Congratulations to the BCHS TSA for an outstanding performance at this year's regional competition. BCHS TSA placed in every event that they entered. The results were as follows:

1st Place - Technological Debate

Jaycee Bussell and Sammy Bodine

1st Place - Digital Video Production 

Maycee Lyons and Logan Clark

2nd Place - Digital Video Production 

Jaycie Bussell, Jeana Copher, Gabbie Hill, Andrew Coyle, Wesley Tincher, & Sammy Bodine

3rd Place - Dragster Design

Maycee Lyons

1st Place - On Demand Video

Jaycie Bussell, Wes Tincher, & Andrew Coyle

1st Place - Photographic Technology

Jaycie Bussell

2nd Place - Photographic Technology

Andrew Coyle

3rd Place - Photographic Technology

Maycie Lyons

1st Place - Prepared Presentation

Jaycie Bussell

2nd Place - Technological Problem Solving

Wes Tincher and Andrew Coyle

The next stop for the BCHS TSA will be the State TSA Conference in Louisville, KY in April and then it’s on to the National TSA Conference in June.

Congratulations Talent Search Students!

Morehead State University hosted the Kentucky Trio Day celebration on February 23, 2019.  During this event, students from Trio programs across the state compete in academic quiz bowl competitions. Morehead State University’s Talent Search team won 1st place and will now advance to compete at our national competition in Atlanta GA on March 30th. The team consisted of two students from Bath County, Nicholas Frizzell (11th grade) and Gabbi Hill (10th grade), and two Talent Search students from Johnson and Morgan County. (By Crystal Riddle)

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Important Dates Announced

Friday, February 22nd- 8th grade visit

Friday, March 1st- Club Day

Tuesday, March 5th- Senior Trip to Champs Lexington, KY

Friday, March 8th- 9th grade Proficient/Distinguished Trip (Tenth Frame)

Tuesday, March 12th- ACT for all Juniors

Thursday, March 14th - Wildcat Club Reward Trip

Wednesday, March 20th- Cap and Gown Pictures

Friday, March 22nd- Club Day

Thursday, March 28th Annual Talent  Showcase

Friday, March 29th- March Against Drugs

Wednesday, April 24th- Make Up ACT for Juniors

                                      10th Grade ACT at OES

Friday, April 19th- Club Day

Friday, May 17th- Last Club Day for the School year

New Immunization Requirements for 2018-2019
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