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.
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.
Make up day for Senior Cap and Gown Pictures will be Wednesday, April 10th beginning at 8:30 in the BCHS concession lobby. If a senior did not take their picture on the original date in March they must get their included in the class composite. Click here to learn about ordering pictures.
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.
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.
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
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