Face Coverings Required Beginning August 11

Face Coverings Required Graphic

BCS Families, This afternoon Governor Beshear announced that all students, teachers, staff and visitors must wear a face covering when indoors in all childcare settings, preschools and K-12 schools beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, August 11 – regardless of vaccination status. BCS schools will begin requiring face coverings tomorrow, Wednesday August 11th and all schools will have … Read more

Returning to School for 2021-2022

A Message from Superintendent Clark Graphic

BCS Families, We know how critical it is for children to be back in an in-person school setting, interacting with teachers through face-to-face instruction and collaborating with their peers. When children are physically present in our buildings they feel so much more connected to their school and what they are learning.  Students also have access … Read more


Notice of Board of Education Vacancy

The Bardstown Independent Board of Education (“Board”) is seeking applications for appointment to fill a vacancy on the Board representing the District at large. The term of this appointment will be effect until December 2022. Responsibilities School board members are responsible for setting policy to govern the District; hiring/evaluating the Superintendent; and levying taxes and … Read more

All BCS students eat free in 2021-22

Bardstown School Nutrition graphic with lunchbag, milk carton and banana.

Bardstown City Schools will be participating in the Seamless Summer Option of the National School Lunch and School Breakfast programs. As part of this program, all Bardstown City Schools will offer healthy meals every school day at no cost to all enrolled students and children age 18 and younger for the 2021-22 school year. Bardstown … Read more

Richae Logan Named Principal of Bardstown Alternative School

Principal Richae Logan

Ms. Richae Logan has been selected as principal of the Bardstown Alternative School. Logan was chosen by a committee of administrators after a series of interviews with several highly qualified candidates. “BCS is committed to serving the needs of students and our alternative school program must continually evolve and adapt to support our students,” said … Read more

Preschool Registration Begins April 30

Drive Thru Registration April 30th 8am to 6pm

Bardstown Early Childhood to host a Drive Thru Registration for the 2021-2022 school year on Friday, April 30 from 8AM-6PM. If you reside in the Nelson County School District and wish to enroll your child in Bardstown Early Childhood, you must register on April 30, 2021. All submissions are time stamped. Children who attend Bardstown Early Childhood … Read more

Alumni Spotlight: Physician Assistant Carla Renee Lydian-Fray

Physician Assistant Carla Renee Lydian

“For me, my experience at Bardstown City Schools was very fulfilling. It was well-rounded and there were so many different activities I could participate in,” said Carla Renee Lydian-Fray, a successful physician assistant at Heartland ENT and Allergy Center in Elizabethtown, KY.As a student, Renee sang in chorus, played tennis, softball and participated in marching … Read more

Tiger Catie Roberts-Nault Looks To Spend The Summer Abroad

Catie Roberts-Nault in front of brick wall

Nault, a sophomore at Bardstown High School, applied for the National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) scholarship. Last year about 500 of the 3,000 applicants received the scholarship and Catie has made it extremely far in the 20 step application process. “The U.S. Department of State’s NSLI-Y is part of a U.S. government initiative … Read more

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