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School District Reports for Leexington, Kentucky

Bryan Station School District

District Wide Contact Information

High School Middle Schools Elementary Schools
Bryan Station Crawford Dixie
Yates
Julia R Ewan
Bryan Station Winburn Russell Cave
Mary Todd
Arlington
Bryan Station Bryan Station Deep Springs
Northern

Schools listed are mostly fed from the respective schools listed in each row.

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District_Size

Elementary_and_Middle_School_Programs

Senior_Performance_

FYI

  • January 2000 began the pilot semester of the Kentucky Virtual High School (KVHS).

  • Any public high school student may request enrollment in a range of courses offered by Kentucky Virtual High School.

  • Upon completion of Kentucky Virtual High School course, the student will receive credit from their local high school.

  • Deep Springs, Northern, Russell and Yates Elementary School have extended school services.

  • Southside offers Auto Body, Aviation Tech, Carpentry, Electronics, Masonry and Plumbing.

  • The Experience-Based Career Education Program utilizes the community as a classroom.

  • Business courses include Accounting, Management, Finance, Banking, Economics and Entrepreneurship.

  • The High School offers a Business and Marketing program.

  • Eastside Center offers Auto Tech, Electricity, Health Services, Welding and Floral Design.

  • Students may enroll in the Eastside or Southside Center for Applied Technology.

  • The High School offers a college prep curriculum and technical prep programs.

  • Bryan Station Middle School, Winburn Middle School and Bryan Station High School have extended school services.

  • The Primary Program has replaced Kindergarten - Grade 3 in all Elementary Schools.

  • Extended School Services provides academic help after school if needed.

  • School Based Decision Making gives teachers and parents control over curriculum and finances.

  • Elementary and Middle Schools are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

  • Primary program allows students to work at their own level and move at their own pace.

  • Bryan Station Senior High School is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

  • Every Middle School student has a teacher and an advisor to help guide and direct their progress.

  • The Middle Schools have interdisciplinary team organization.

  • Mary Todd Elementary School has been recognized by the US Department of Education for its outstanding Title I program.

  • School for Creative and Performing Arts for grades 4-8 is located at the Bluegrass site.

  • Fully equipped math, programming, science and technology labs are available for the Math, Science and Technology Center students.

  • The Math, Science and Technology Center offers eligible students with a high level of interest and ability, advanced math and science.

  • The Math, Science and Technology Center is located within Paul Dunbar High School.

  • The School for Creative and Performing Arts program offers dance, drama, visual arts, creative writing, voice and instrumental music.

  • School for Creative and Performing Arts program is an extended day program.

  • Lafayette High School houses the School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) high school magnet program.

  • Middle School sports include football, basketball and track.

  • Select District schools participate in the HOSTS Learning Program: a research based learning system that accelerates student achievement in reading and math for grades K through 12.

  • Kindergarten is offered as both a half and full day program.

  • Year-round education is provided at select Fayette District schools

District Size

District

Bryan Station 

Lowest Grade Level *

 Pre - K 

Highest Grade Level *

 12 

 

Student Population

 9296 

Teacher Population

 592 

Professional Staff **

 647 

Student/Teacher Ratio

15:1

Median Years of Teaching Experience

 15 

# of Elementary Schools

 12 

Average Elementary School Population

 372 

# of Middle Schools / Junior High Schools

 5 

Average Middle School Population

 566 

Primary High School Population

 1366 

Average Class Size ***

Grade 1

 23 

Grade 8

 27 

High School English

 28 

High School Math

 28 

High School Science

 28 

* Districts with only elementary schools include information on the high school most students attend
** Includes guidance counselors, psychologists, social workers, librarians, medical/dental staff, and teachers.
*** Does not include special classes or targeted small group classes.

 

Elementary and Middle School Programs

District

Bryan Station 

Academic Programs

Formal Study of a Foreign Language

 4 

Use of an Equipped Science Lab

 K 

Formal Computer Training

 K 

Use of an Equipped Computer Lab

 K 

In-classroom Computers

 K 

Technology / Industrial Arts

 6 

Home Economics

 6 

English as a Second Language

 K 

Fine Arts Programs

Band Instrument Lessons

 4 

Orchestra Instrument Lessons

 4 

Organized Band

 4 

Organized Orchestra

 4 

Organized Chorus

 4 

Drama Productions

 K 

Radio / TV Production

 K 

Gifted and Talented Pull-Out Programs

Fine Arts

 K 

Mathematics

 K 

Science

 K 

General

 K 

Magnet Programs

 K 

In-classroom Enrichment

 K 

Academic Interschool Competitions

Odyssey of the Mind

  

Reading Incentive

 K 

Science Fair

 K 

General Academic

 K 

Other Programs

Before School Day Care

 Y 

After School Day Care

 Y 

After School Busing

 Y 

Overnight Field Trips

 Y 

 

Senior Performance

District

 Bryan Station 

High School Seniors

 259 

% of Seniors Receiving HS Diploma

 94% 

Graduates' Future Plans (% Attending)

4-Year College/University

44%

2-Year / Junior College

12%

Business / Technical School

3%

Armed Forces

1%

Work Force

40%

Awards

National Merit Scholarship Finalists

  

National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalists

  

Letters of Commendation

  

Average SAT Scores

% of Seniors taking SATs

 

Math

  

Verbal

  

Average ACT Scores

% of Seniors taking ACTs

60%

English

 17.7 

Math

 17.7 

Science

 18.6 

Reading

 18.7 

Composite

 18.2 

 

 

 

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