On behalf of the faculty and staff of Bath County High School, we want to welcome our students, parents, and community to a new school year. We are excited to welcome the Class of 2022 to our school and look forward to seeing our returning students. We also look forward to celebrating the accomplishments of the BCHS Senior Class of 2019
as they complete their last step before they go
their separate paths.
Congratulations to the Bath County High School TSA for another outstanding performance at the 2019 Kentucky TSA State Conference. The results are as follows:
1st Place, Debating Technological Issues - Jaycie Bussell and Jeanna Copher
1st Place , Dragster Design - Wes Tincher
1st Place, Transportation Model - Wes Tincher
2nd Place, Biotechnology - Gabbi Hill
2nd Place, Digital Video Production - Jaycie Bussell, Jeanna Copher, Sammy Bodine, and Maynard Reinhardt
3rd Place, Dragster Design - Andrew Coyle
3rd Place, Photographic Technology - Andrew Coyle
3rd Place, On Demand Video - Jaycie Bussell, Jeana Copher, and Sammy Bodine
Bath County TSA also had Jaycie Bussell and Wes Tincher elected as Kentucky TSA State Officers.
Bath County TSA will be competing at the 2019 National Technology Student Association Conference in Washington DC, June 28 - July 2, 2019. This will be Bath County TSA’s seventh consecutive year of qualifying for the national conference.
Congratulations Bath County FBLA! The following students placed at the State Leadership Conference held in Louisville, Kentucky:
3rd place in Cyber Security—Sammy Bodine
4th place in Business Financial Plan—Andrew Barber, Chandler Otis, and Jake Porter
4th place in Network Design—Carlea Hutchison, Ryan Leach, and Austin McKenzie
Congratulations to the following students for placing at the state level of STLP:
Book Trailer, 2nd Place- The Catcher in the Rye—Sammy Bodine, Hunter Bradley, Candice Caskey, Andrew Coyle, Gabbi Hill, Maynard Reinhardt
Infographics, 2nd Place —Sammy Bodine
Coding and Programming—1st Place, Nicholas Frizzell
Sponsored by the ITEEA and Paxton/Patterson, the Program Excellence Award is one
of the highest honors given to Technology and Engineering classroom programs on
the elementary, middle or high school levels. It is presented in recognition of
outstanding contributions to the profession and students. Schools from all over the
United States and around the world compete for this honor.
This year Mr. Ricky Prater and Bath County High School were one of 37 schools from
across the United States recognized with the Program Excellence Award at the first
general session of the International Technology and Engineering Educators
Bath County High School has developed an Engineering Technology facility which
includes CNC milling, 3D printer design and fabrication, and a state of the art
broadcasting facility. The program also serves as a gateway for developing leaders
within the school by participating in the Technology Student Association where Bath
County students have qualified for and participated in the National TSA Conference
for the last six years in a row. In 2017 Bath County TSA received the TSA Chapter
Excellence Award and Mr. Prater was named the Kentucky TSA Advisor of the Year.
Bath County has also been fortunate to have state TSA officer the last five years as
well as many regional officers.
In two separate qualifying events at Lake Cumberland, two BCHS boat teams qualified for the SAF/FLW High School National Championship to be held in Alabama on Pickwick in June.
Mason Emmons and Mason Lyons qualified with 12 pounds 8 ounces on March 31. Spencer Pergrem and Jacob Conyers qualified on April 13 with 11 pounds 13 ounces.
The next big event for the fishing team will be KHSAA Regionals on April 27.
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