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Front of Bullitt East High School.
A woman and a man posing in school t-shirts in a school hallway.
BEHS Staff Shout Out to Ms. Carrie Gary and Mr. Dan Barrett for being amazing at active supervision, directing traffic and interacting with students in the hallway!
Adult posing for picture in a school hallway.
BEHS Staff Shout Out to Ms. Tiffany Darnell, who has led her team successfully in the pursuit of BEHS being named a 'Unified Champion School' through Project Unify.
Teenage girl posing for picture in a school hallway.
BEHS Student Shout Out to Freshman Grace Harper, who has gone above and beyond in her service to fellow classmates and with assisting Ms. Darnell.
Horse head decal on school windows.
BEHS 1st Day--Students are greeted by the Charger on entering school.
School banners on display in the school lobby.
BEHS Banners in the school lobby.
Four teen boys waiting in the school lobby for school to open.
BEHS 1st Day Earlybirds
People in a school front office.
BEHS front office prepared for a busy first day of school 2019.
Two adult women smiling and posing in the school lobby.
BEHS Librarian Kellie Davis and Instructional Specialist Denise Fryman were ready to smile and greet the students on the first day.
Man unlocking the front doors of the school.
BEHS Principal Chris Mason unlocking the school doors on the first day of school 2019.
Students entering the front door of the school on the first day.
And they are off! First students in the front door on the first day.
Students in the school lobby heading for their first class.
Heading for first period class on the first day of school 2019.
Adults sitting at tables in the school library listening to a speaker.
Bullitt Day #1--BEHS staff assembled in the school library for opening statements by principal Chris Mason.
Teachers listening to a National Guard speaker in the school library.
BEHS Bullitt Day #1--A representative of the National Guard spoke to the assembled school staff about the role of the Guard in supporting them and the students at BEHS.
Three photographs of female teachers.
#BEReading--The top three staff summer readers were (from left) Amy Harrod, Maddie Mann and Pam Swift. They received gift cards from principal Chris Mason for their dedication and effort to expanding their knowledge.
A group of students posing on a school gym floor.
BEHS Freshman Orientation 2019--These BEHS student leaders volunteered their time to welcome the newest members of the Charger Nation.
Adult male on a school gym floor talking to students sitting in the bleachers.
BEHS Freshman Orientation 2019--Assistant Principal Tim Ridley addressed the Freshman Class in the school gym.
Students in line waiting for freshman orientation to start.
BEHS Freshman Orientation 2019
Students standing in line in a school lobby.
BEHS Freshman Orientation 2019
Freshman students in a classroom.
BEHS Freshman Orientation 2019
Three high school girls holding up BEHS t-shirts.
BEHS Freshman Orientation--Future 2023 graduates showcased BE Spirit Wear for this year's freshmen.
Picture of the BEHS front doors.
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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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School Safety Video

Click here for the School Safety Video which will be presented July 17 during the Kentucky Association of School Administrators Conference.


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District Director of Human Resources Althea Hurt
Althea Hurt is the new District Director of Human Resources

Althea Hurt is the new District Director of Human Resources following the retirement of Jennifer Wooley.

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Laura Pierce-Foster
Laura Pierce-Foster Named Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction

Bullitt East High School Pre AP English teacher Laura Pierce Foster has been named a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction by The National Society of High School Scholars.

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BCPS ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award
District Named 2019 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year

Bullitt County Public Schools is proud to announce that it received the 2019 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award for its outstanding efforts to create a continuous energy management and savings strategy across all of the district’s facilities.

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BCATC Welding Course
High School Students Can Jump Start Their Career at the Bullitt County Area Technology Center

When most people define postsecondary education they think that a 4-year university is the only option.

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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.  

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

Phone: 502-869-6400

Fax: 502-538-8368


Doors Open at 6:50 AM

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

CSIP Plan 2018