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Path 2 Pro Logo New Job Board Offers Work Based Opportunities for Students
Bardstown City Schools' Path 2 Pro initiative launches a job board for students.  
Welcome message from Dr. Clark Welcome Back Message from Superintendent Clark
Bardstown City Schools Superintendent Ryan P. Clark welcomes students, faculty, and staff back to campus for the 2019-20 school year. 
Austin Peek accepts check from Brian Tooley Students put their engineering skills to use for Brian Tooley Racing
Students enrolled in Aaron Hunt's Mechanical and Technical Design class built 18 shipping crates for Brian Tooley Racing. 
Students wear flight suits from camp Students travel to Rocket City for Space Camp
Students at Bardstown High School are flying high after taking simulated missions, building model rockets and engaging in other fun STEM activities at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. 
Ms. Logan receives Excellence in Teaching Award from Campbellsville University Ms. Logan Earns Excellence in Teaching Award
Our very own Ms. Logan was one of three Bardstown City Schools teachers to be awarded the Campbellsville University Excellence in Teaching Award. 
2019 Governor's Scholar Program Four Tigers Named Governor’s Scholars
Congratulations are in order for the following tigers: Claire Ferrell, Sam Floyd, Rayanna Saul and Becca Walsh.  
high school ranking logo Bardstown High School Named one of the Best High Schools by U.S. News and World Report
The 2019 U.S. News and World Report Best High School rankings have been released and Bardstown High School has been named 41st in the state of Kentucky and 3,393 of more than 17,245 public high schools in the nation. 
Rory Kiser, Sophia Downs, Will Rapier and Campbell Roby were selected for HOBY Leadership Seminar Four BHS students selected for Kentucky's HOBY Leadership Seminar
Sophomores Campbell Roby, Sophia Downs, Rory Kiser and Will Rapier were selected due to their academic and leadership achievements. 
Engineering student speaks with a local manufacturing company Students Practice Soft Skills at Community Connect
The Bardstown Nelson Chamber of Commerce partnered with Bardstown City Schools, Nelson County Schools and Bethlehem High School for the first-ever Community Connect, a reverse job fair, on Wednesday, May 2. 
Students showcase trophies from FBLA Conference Students Earn Top Marks at FBLA State Conference
Earlier this month, 27 Bardstown students traveled to the Galt House Hotel to compete for a chance to go to San Antonio, Texas for the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Conference. 
Lance Blanford BCS Names Lance Blanford Career and Technical Education Coordinator
Bardstown City Schools (BCS) is pleased to announce the selection of Lance Blanford as the new workforce development and career and technical education (CTE) coordinator. 
Academic Team Members Advance to State Academic Team Members Advance to State Governor's Cup
Congratulations to Campbell Roby, Joey Lyvers and Olivia Walton for advancing to the State Governor's Cup! 
Ying Lin with Kentucky Education Commissioner Wayne Lewis Sophomore Ying Lin Travels to Frankfort for First Commissioner's Student Council Meeting
Ying Lin traveled to Frankfort on February 13 for her first Student Advisory Council meeting. Ying was one of 18 students selected by Kentucky Education Commissioner Wayne Lewis to advise on issues relevant to high school students.  
2019 Homecoming King and Queen 2019 Homecoming King and Queen Crowned
Lakin Festervan and Scott Skaggs were crowned the 2019 Homecoming King and Queen at the Friday, February 1 basketball game.  
Science Team Olympiad Team earns awards at Palatine Invitational Tournament
The Bardstown High School Science Olympiad team traveled to Illinois to compete in the Palatine Invitational Tournament and tour two Chicago museums.  
National Honor Society accepts donation from Nelson County Economic Development Agency National Honor Society Receives Donation from Nelson County Economic Development Agency
The Nelson County Economic Development Agency has donated $250 to the Bardstown High School National Honor Society program as a way to show their appreciation to these high school students for their help in keeping Bardstown a clean place for visitors.  
NHS inducts new members Twenty-one students inducted in National Honor Society
Twenty-one students from Bardstown High School were inducted as members of the National Honor Society in a ceremony held at the school on Thursday, September 27. 
Bardstown Cadet completes obstacle course Bardstown High students experience Air Force Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps program
On Friday, September 21, Bardstown cadets traveled to Nelson County High School to participate in a county-wide team building event. 
BHS Young Leaders Bardstown High Students chosen for 2018 Young Leaders
Eight Bardstown High School students have been chosen to participate in the prestigious 2018 Bardstown Nelson County Chamber Young Leaders program. 
STOP Tipline Logo Bardstown City Schools Announces STOP! Tipline... Report Bullying "Online"
Bardstown City Schools proudly announces the implementation of the “Safety Tipline Online Prevention” or STOP! Tipline.  
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