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We are....CHARGER NATION!!! The BEHS Foreign Exchange Students gave back to our community by collecting canned goods for the area homeless. The BEHS Foreign Exchange Students gave back to our community by collecting canned goods for the area homeless. The BEHS Foreign Exchange Students gave back to our community by collecting canned goods for the area homeless. The BEHS Foreign Exchange Students gave back to our community by collecting canned goods for the area homeless. The BEHS Foreign Exchange Students gave back to our community by collecting canned goods for the area homeless. The BEHS Animal Supply Drive got a big boost when teacher Jr. DiStefano donated large bags of cat and dog food to the local animal shelter. Ms. Erica Capito's class presented background information on McCarthyism in preparation for reading 'The Crucible.' Ms. Erica Capito's class presented background information on McCarthyism in preparation for reading 'The Crucible.' Ms. Erica Capito's class presented background information on McCarthyism in preparation for reading 'The Crucible.' Officers of the BEHS Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), with teacher Mr. Kyle Downs, were able to attend the November Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce Meeting. Ms. Vanessa Gallahue's classes identified dramatic irony in 'Romeo and Juliet.' Ms. Vanessa Gallahue's classes identified dramatic irony in 'Romeo and Juliet.' Mr. Kenny Hughes' biology classes lined the halls to learn anatomical systems. Mr. Kenny Hughes' biology classes lined the halls to learn anatomical systems. Mr. Kenny Hughes' biology classes lined the halls to learn anatomical systems. Mr. Kenny Hughes' biology classes lined the halls to learn anatomical systems. Ms. Laura Smythe kicked off the study of 'Romeo and Juliet' in Elizabethan style. Mr. Chris Upton's class worked on developing financial literacy. Mr. Chris Upton's class worked on developing financial literacy. Mr. Chris Upton's class worked on developing financial literacy. Ms. April Walker's class simulating labor and workforce issues during the Gilded Age. Students working and learning in the BEHS Library. BEHS students enjoying new seating choices in the Library. Morning as seen through the windows of the BEHS Library. Morning as seen through the windows of the BEHS Library. Morning in the BEHS Library. Morning in the BEHS Library. Morning in the BEHS Library. Morning in the BEHS Library. Morning in the BEHS Library Morning in the BEHS Library BEHS Charger Nation
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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Special In-District Transfers

SPECIAL IN-DISTRICT TRANSFERS

Parents may make application December 1 through January 15, for a student transfer in accordance with Board Policy to attend an Elementary or Middle School identified as accepting transfers for the next school year


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Larry Steinmetz
Larry Steinmetz Named State Journalism Director for JEA

Bullitt East High School’s English Dept. Chair Larry Steinmetz has been named the State Journalism Director for the Journalism Education Association (JEA).


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Board of Education Passes Resolution for Special Session in Frankfort

By unanimous action, the Bullitt County Board of Education authorized Superintendent Keith Davis to close schools for one day if Gov. Matt Bevin calls a special session concerning pension reform, so that staff members may, if they choose, attend the session and speak with legislators about the public pension issue.


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BCPS Sets Standards and Limits for Communication

Bullitt County Public Schools has released new guidelines for how internal and external communication takes place in the schools and district.


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Bullitt East High School's Darrell Vincent Contributes Engineering Knowledge to KDE

Project Lead The Way Engineering Master Teacher Darrell Vincent has been selected to continue to serve on the task force working on Engineering curriculum, standards, and certifications with KDE.


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BCPS Begins Search for New Superintendent

The Bullitt County Board of Education is seeking a visionary leader who has the ability to develop effective relationships that builds trust with all stakeholders by demonstrating professional integrity, valuing employee input while modeling the values of the community and school district.


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ENERGY STAR
District Energy Savings in a Decade = $5.5 Million

Since partnering with the Kentucky Energy Efficiency Program for Schools (KEEPS) in November 2006, Bullitt County Public Schools has saved over $5.5 million in energy costs.


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Sean Woods
Bullitt East High School Senior Sean Woods Named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist

Bullitt East High School senior Sean Woods has been named a 2017 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist.


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2017 Very Important Partners Honored

Nearly 40 middle and high school students were recognized as Very Important Partners during a Youth Poster Campaign unveiling ceremony last month at Bullitt Central High School.


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Physical Fitnessgram Kits Donated to District

Fostering the belief physical fitness is essential to a well-rounded education, over $15,000 in materials has been donated to Bullitt County Public Schools.


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Bullitt East High School Marching Band Earns Major Honor

  The Bullitt East Marching Band was named Grand Champion at the 14th Annual Eagle Classic at Eastern High School on September 16th.


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Bullitt East High School Project Lead The Way Total Eclipse Viewing Experience

Despite Bullitt County Public Schools’ classes being cancelled for the Aug. 21st total solar eclipse, a group of Bullitt East High School students traveled to Franklin, KY to witness the celestial event.


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Welcome

Bullitt East High School was founded in 1980.  Currently 1,478 students are enrolled in grades 9-12.  Our school accountability is 78.4 Overall which places us in the top 50 high schools in Kentucky.  We are currently 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.