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Class Officer Information

Any student that is interested in running for a BCHS Class Officer for the 2017-18 year will need to pick up a class officer candidate package from Mrs Erwin beginning Monday, May 1st.  All completed packets are due to Mrs Erwin by the end of the day on Thursday, May 4th.  All students running for the office of president must make a campaign video.   Elections will be held on the following schedule during Study Zones:

9th grade: Monday, May 8th

10th grade:  Tuesday, May 9th

11th grade:  Wednesday, May 10th

Incoming 9th graders will vote on May 10th also during their practice at BCHS.

This will allow officers time to work over the summer to prepare for the beginning of the school year events. 

So if you are interested in being a 2017-18 class officer, you need to do the following:  
1) review class officer qualifications in your student handbook to make sure you qualify;
2) Think about your campaign; begin making campaign posters; and if running for president- beginning planning your 30 second campaign video;
3) Decide on 2 teachers to use as references;
4) Beginning writing your short essay about what leadership qualities you possess that will make you a great class officer. 

SBDM Parent Reps Election

The 2017 SBDM Parent Elections will be held on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 6:00 in BCHS cafeteria.  The nomination form is below.  Parents may nominate themselves or someone else until Friday, April 28 at 4:00pm.

Nomination Form

7th Annual March Against Drugs

On Friday, March 31st, the 7th Annual March Against Drugs was held in the gymnasium of BCHS.  The weather did not permit an actual march outside; however, the program was still very successful.



Guidance Counselor Tamela Porter reads the March Against Drugs pledge while Owingsville Mayor Gary Hunt, Bath County Schools Superintendent Harvey Tackett and County Judge Executive Bobby Rogers prepare to sign it. 

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Business Students Tour WKYT


On Thursday, March 23, business students in Accounting 101 and the Wildcat Exchange Bank enjoyed a tour of WKYT Channel 27 News.  The students met and talked with Bill Bryant, Barbara Bailey, and meteorologist, Micah Harris. They learned about the process of making the news and how commercials take place.  They also learned about job opportunities in the communications field.

Alderman Accepted Into Rogers Scholar Program


Congratulations to Talyn Alderman for being accepted into the prestigious Rogers Scholar Program!  

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Congratulations FBLA Members!


The snow day on Wednesday, March 15, didn't stop over fifty students from the Bath County FBLA chapter from competing in the Region 5 Conference.  Twenty-six students brought home 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place trophies.


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Special Education Parent Survey

Dear Parents,

We need your input! Our school district and the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) want to hear from parents regarding how well your child’s school is doing to involve you in the special education services provided to your child.  This survey must be completed by May 31, 2017

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We Need Your Input!

All BCHS Stakeholders:  Please review our Comprehension  School Improvement Plan for 2017.  Please feel free to provide your feedback to our school as to ways we could improve this plan.  Contact Melanie Erwin 606-674-6325 or melanie.erwin@bath.kyschools.us


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.

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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