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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.

Melanie Erwin
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Congratulations, Logan!


Congratulations to Logan Jones

1st Runner-Up in District 10

Farm Bureau Competition

Red Ribbon Week Activities Announced
Technology Survey

Our technology survey data is a valuable data source for you when constructing your CSIP (School improvement plan).
This survey helps determine what education technology areas should be a priority for us.
Our investment in technology and professional learning is supported when we know how many our students are using technology and  your help with this survey will continue helping us make that case. 



Congratulations Maycee and Griffin!

Congratulations to Maycee Lyons and Griffin Fraley for winning the Bradley Roy High School Fishing Open at Herrington Lake! They are state champions in the Bass Nation High School Invitational and will be participating in nationals next summer.  Griffin and Maycee competed against 121 boats from schools around the state. The tournament was held by Bass Nation which is one of two chances for anglers to be state champions--those sponsored by SAF/FLW and KHSAA.  Bath County is so proud of Maycee and Griffin!

Bath County Tax Information

Shortly after the start of the school year, all Kentucky school districts must determine local school tax rates. Bath County Board of Education is considering proposed 2018 tax rates of 52.6 cents on real property and 52.6 cents on personal property. 

As the Board of Education’s decision approaches, we want to ensure that the Bath County community has important information on school property tax rates and school funding needs.

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