The SBDM Council met on Nov. 18 discussing the students at BCHS who are participating in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge #HerWay.  They have had very positive turnouts for the first round. Olivia Crowe, D.J. Dillon, and Zach Shearer created an app for Postpartum Depression which made the firstContinue Reading

Western Kentucky University has announced that it will no longer be awarding academic merit-based scholarships to incoming freshmen based on ACT scores. Starting in Fall 2020, WKU will instead be granting scholarships based on a student’s unweighted GPA. “WKU believes that scholarship decisions should be made based on a student’sContinue Reading

The Barren County JROTC Program took 16 students on a historical trip of a lifetime.    Students toured many different monuments, memorials, battlefields, museums, and government offices across several different states. These included: the Holocaust Museum; the U.S. Capitol with a tour from Kentucky State Representative Brett Guthrey; the ArlingtonContinue Reading

 Once football season starts, next is Homecoming. The BCHS Football Homecoming for 2019 took place on Friday, Sept. 20 at the Trojan Field. This occasion was hosted by The Pep Club directed by Teresa Bewley and Ruth Ann Gumm.   The homecoming court anticipated the exciting homecoming events.   TasaneeContinue Reading