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Bullitt County Public Schools: The Leader in Educational Excellence
Front of Bullitt East High School.
We are....CHARGER NATION!!!
Dinner theater set up in a school library.
BEHS Dinner Theater 2019 'Love and Death' presented by Carrie Gary, Choir Director; Kellie Davis, Librarian; and members of the BEHS Student Choir.
A dinner theater crowd watching students perform.
BEHS Dinner Theater 2019 'Love and Death' presented by Carrie Gary, Choir Director; Kellie Davis, Librarian; and members of the BEHS Student Choir.
A young man performs a solo in a dinner theater.
BEHS Dinner Theater 2019 'Love and Death' presented by Carrie Gary, Choir Director; Kellie Davis, Librarian; and members of the BEHS Student Choir. Featured--Jes Milburn.
Students singing in front of a stage curtain.
BEHS Dinner Theater 2019 'Love and Death' presented by Carrie Gary, Choir Director; Kellie Davis, Librarian; and members of the BEHS Student Choir.
A group of students singing in front of a dinner crowd.
BEHS Dinner Theater 2019 'Love and Death' presented by Carrie Gary, Choir Director; Kellie Davis, Librarian; and members of the BEHS Student Choir.
Teenage girl singing in front of a dinner theater crowd in a school library.
BEHS Dinner Theater 2019 'Love and Death' presented by Carrie Gary, Choir Director; Kellie Davis, Librarian; and the BEHS Choir. Featured Callidora Clements.
Two boys looking at books in a school library.
Looking for books in the BEHS Library.
Young teenage boy posed for a photo.
BEHS Student Shout Out
Woman in a yellow jacket poses smiling for a photo.
BEHS Staff Shout Out
Adult man and woman holding two small children pose for a picture.
BEHS Teacher Shout OUt
High school students talking with adults in a school library.
BEHS Juniors took part in mock interviews during Junior Achievement.
Adult female talking with a high school student in a school library.
BEHS Juniors took part in mock interviews during Junior Achievement.
Adult male talking with a high school student in a school library.
BEHS Juniors took part in mock interviews during Junior Achievement.
People sitting in a reception in the school library.
BEHS Veterans' Day Celebration 2019
Men wearing military ball caps in the school library.
BEHS Veterans' Day Celebration 2019
Young woman and older man with military insignia posing in the school library.
BEHS Veterans' Day Celebration 2019
Young high school girl between two male veterans in the school library.
BEHS Veterans' Day Celebration 2019
Students dressed in matching t-shirts in the school library.
BEHS Veterans' Day Celebration 2019--Ms. Carolyn Nunn, Law Enforcement Instructor, organized the celebration and the BEHS Safety Team assisted.
Collage of veterans entering the assembly.
BEHS Veterans' Day Celebration 2019
Collage of veterans attending the ceremony.
BEHS Veterans' Day Celebration 2019
Collage of pictures of veterans going into assembly.
BEHS Veterans' Day Celebration 2019
BEHS school choir singing in the gym.
BEHS Veterans' Day Celebration 2019
Veterans standing at attention in a school gymnasium.
BEHS Veterans' Day Celebration 2019
Veterans standing at attention in a school gymnasium.
BEHS Veterans' Day Celebration 2019
Lists of veterans who attended the assembly.
Woman wearing flag colors standing in a school hallway.
BEHS Instructional Assistant Sandy Karcher showed her colors on Veterans' Day.
Chalkboard sign thanking veterans for their service.
BEHS Veterans' Day Celebration 2019
Children's drawing in pencil and crayon.
BEHS Art Students collaborated with the Old Mill Elementary First Graders of Lee Miller. Images were developed by Bullitt East students as reactions to the first grade students' self-portraits.
Students working with wooden stools.
The BEHS Art Students embellished four stools by woodburning, drawing, and painting.
Girl working with four wooden stools.
The BEHS Art Students embellished four stools by woodburning, drawing, and painting.
Student working on image on a wooden stool.
The BEHS Art Students embellished four stools by woodburning, drawing, and painting.
Wooden stools decorated with story book creatures.
The stools were auctioned at the OMES Fall Festival to raise OMES school funds.
A man speaking in an assembly in a school gym.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration Assembly at BEHS--Jesse Bacon, Superintendent, Bullitt County Public Schools
A speaker doing a presentation in a school gym.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration Assembly at BEHS--Guest Speaker Mike Golick, Jr., ESPN
Students in red sitting in bleachers in a school gym.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration Assembly at BEHS
Students clapping in a school assembly in a gym.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration Assembly at BEHS
People standing in a school gym assembly.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration Assembly at BEHS
Students playing basketball on a school gym floor with a referee.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration Assembly at BEHS
Cheerleaders on a school gym floor doing a routine.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration Assembly at BEHS
A boy holding up a yellow t-shirt he caught during the assembly in the school gym.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration Assembly at BEHS--Senior Nathan Huntsman caught one of the special t-shirts.
Two men applauding on a school gym floor.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration Assembly at BEHS--Mike Golick, Jr., ESPN, and Nate Fulghum, Assistant Principal
A big banner being hung in a school gym.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration Assembly at BEHS--Presentation of the Banner
People crowded around a table with three people doing a news panel interview.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration at BEHS--News conference
Two men in red shirts posing for the camera in a school library.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration at BEHS--Mike Golick, Jr., ESPN, and Chris Mason, Principal
Cameraman taping students in a school gym.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration at BEHS
Cameraman taping cheering students in a school gym.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration at BEHS
Students in matching yellow t-shirts clapping and cheering.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration at BEHS
Students in a school gym in matching t-shirts.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration at BEHS
Students singing and clapping in a school gym.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration at BEHS
Cameraman and student in a school gym.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Celebration at BEHS
Young woman speaking to students in a school library.
A representative from Bellarmine University met with BEHS seniors in the school library recently.
Pictures celebrating the four star status of BEHS.
Doing it the Charger Way!
Horse head decal on school windows.
Students are greeted by the Charger on entering school.
Picture of the BEHS front doors.
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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Licensed Clinical Social Worker Miranda Burnett
Meet the New Licensed Clinical Social Workers for BCPS

Focusing on academics is challenging enough but where can students turn when their troubling thoughts keep them from concentrating?


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Reece Tomlinson
Reece Tomlinson Earns Status as National Merit Scholar Semifinalist

Bullitt Advanced Math and Science (BAMS) student Reece Tomlinson became one of approximately 16,000 National Merit Semifinalist by doing well enough on the PSAT in his junior year to have met the statewide requirements.


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2019 VIP Students
Students Selected as Very Important Partners

Inclusion on posters is a reality for over two dozen Bullitt County Public School youth.


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BCPS and Bullitt County Attorney's Office Working Together to Alleviate Student Truancy

Bullitt County Public Schools (BCPS) is dedicated to ensuring that every student receives a quality education which prepares them for their life ahead.


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Tiffany Darnell and Students
Bullitt East High School Earns National Recognition as a Special Olympics Unified Champion Banner School

Through the leadership of teachers Tiffany Darnell and Katie Hoben, Bullitt East High School has been Nationally Recognized as a Special Olympics Unified Champion School.


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Stephanie McGarry
BCPS and Partners in Prevention Working Together with Drug Free Communities Grant

Bullitt County Public Schools and Bullitt County Partners in Prevention are working together with a five-year federal Drug Free Communities grant of $125,000 annually.


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Stephanie Porter
Stephanie Porter Selected District Project Director of AWARE II Mental Health Grant

Stephanie Porter has been selected as the District Project Director of the $9 million Federal AWARE II Mental Health Grant.


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District Shares in $9 Million Federal Mental Health Grant

Bullitt County Public Schools is piloting with two other participating Kentucky districts a $9 million federal grant to increase awareness of mental health issues among Kentucky students.


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District Grant Writer Jackie Roth
Jackie Roth Selected District Grant Writer

Jackie Roth has been writing, reviewing and managing grants for over 20 years and since last October was looking for something she thought her skill set would match within Bullitt County Schools.


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National Energy Intensity Reduction Recognition
Energy Intensity Reduction Results in National Honors for District

Bullitt County Public Schools has been nationally recognized for reducing their energy intensity by 21% over two million square feet.


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STAK Conference Awards
District Earns Awards at STAK Conference

The Bullitt County Public Schools Transportation Maintenance Department was awarded the highest honor of Outstanding Maintenance Department at the Student Transportation Association of Kentucky (STAK) 25th annual conference July 8-11 at the Hyatt Regency in Louisville.


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UPCOMING EVENTS

Welcome

Bullitt East High School was founded in 1980.  Currently 1,504 students are enrolled in grades 9-12.  Our school accountability is 76.1 Overall (four star rating) which places us in the top 25 high schools in Kentucky.  BEHS is currently number 7 in the state in transition readiness and has been labeled as a back-to-back Distinguished School (first time in school history) and a High Progress School

Bullitt East offers students over 30 clubs and 24 sports.  

Bullitt East High School
11450 Highway 44 East
Mt. Washington, KY 40047

Phone: 502-869-6400

Fax: 502-538-8368

Hours:

Doors Open at 6:50 AM

School Starts at 7:20 AM
School Ends at 2:10 PM


CSIP Plan 2018