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Mark your calendars! The 11th Annual Defender Classic 5K Run/Walk will take place on Saturday, April 20th at 8:30 am. Check out the information at http://bshsptsa.com/defender-5k. THis events is a fundraiser for groups such as Archery, Band, Boys Soccer, Football, … Continue reading
High school young women in Fayette and surrounding counties are invited to a FREE one-day conference focused on leadership, education and development. Registration will be limited to the first 700 students. Keynote Speaker – Julie Marie Carrier As seen on MTV … Continue reading
It’s time to get ready for college, and the Lexington Public Library has free help. Add a visit to the library to your to-do list to find help with college applications, test preparation, or finding financial aid. For free online … Continue reading
What does it take to become a Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholar? To be eligible for a Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship, an applicant must: -Be a graduating, minority high school senior; -Plan to attend an accredited and approved four–year institution within … Continue reading
Sophomores and juniors interested in applying for Governor’s School for the Arts’ free three-week summer residential program may apply online at www.kentuckygsa.org. The program instructs students in one of nine art forms: architecture, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical … Continue reading
Today’s technological climate has altered the way information is presented to the Commonwealth’s younger generations. Video is the new effective medium for presenting information to a generation that is increasingly reliant on visual, as opposed to textual, expressions of ideas. … Continue reading
Check out this handout that will be comings home next week about the new standards and accountability system. Don’s forget, we will be having informational sessions in several FCPS high schools throughout next week including BSHS on Monday 5 at … Continue reading
Lexington Sister Cities offers student exchange programs to all four of it’s Sister Cities – Deauville, France; County Kildare, Ireland; Shinhidaka, Japan; and Newmarket, England – each year. These exchanges offer students the change to experience the culture and customs … Continue reading
The international 2012 Humans in Space Youth Art Competition invites students ages 10-18 to express their ideas about the future of human space exploration through visual, literary, musical or digital art. Artwork submissions will be judged on creativity, skill and … Continue reading
Engineering Exposition provides a hands-on opportunity to learn about science, math, and engineering from multiple disciplines. E-EXPO is free to attend and has activities for elementary, middle, and high school students. Saturday, March 2, 2013 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. For more … Continue reading