On Monday, March 12, at 12:00 noon, the Butler County Retired Teachers Association will be honoring and recognizing some of our extraordinary students, along with their parents, grandparents, teachers, and principals.
Are you planning on volunteering for Project Prom? If so, you need an updated background check. This is primarily for anyone who is not an employee of the school or someone who has not had a background check completed during this school year.
Annabelle Cooper, who won the school-wide Geography Bee in December, has qualified to represent the Butler County School District at the state level of the National Geographic Society's Geographic Bee on Friday, March 30 at the Carroll Knicely Conference Center on the campus of Western Kentucky U
Become a permanent part of Butler County High School and leave your legacy with a personalized commemorative brick to help support the BCHS BAND and ATHLETICS!! The 4" x 8" engraved bricks are a way to recognize and honor families, alumni, and special BCHS memories.
On Saturday, February 25th local schools will gather to take part in the 22nd District Governor’s Cup competition, an academic event sponsored by the Kentucky Association for Academic Competition.
The Butler County High School Business Department Advisory Council met on February 8th at noon with a luncheon to discuss current issues facing the business workplace/workers. Members of the council are Robin Adcock, Lori Cardwell, Gina Givens, and Laura Lynch.
School News1. The following students have advanced to STLP State Competition on March 22nd in Lexington, KY.Fundraiser - See the Sites of Butler County One Month at a Time (BC Calendar) Hannah McClelland, Hannah Perry, and Mikayla Iler.
Western Kentucky University honored the students who fulfilled their graduation requirements on December 17, 2011. The names of all Butler County graduates are listed below.Kimberly R. BuGay of Morgantown, Bachelor of ArtsKayla R. Hack of Morgantown, Bachelor of Science