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2023-2024 Class Registration

February 2: Parent Night at BGHS, Performing Arts Center 6 p.m.
For parents of students in grades 9-11

February 3: Class Meetings with Grade Level Counselors

February 9: Guidance Department Open Office Hours, 3:30 - 7:30 p.m.

February 13 - March 17: Student Registration Appointments

BGHS Guidance

I SPY members of the BGHS Band... and the choir, orchestra, athletics, and more. At Bowling Green High School, students choose to participate in multiple performing arts opportunities, as well as athletics and extracurricular activities.

Bowling Green Bands: You Can Do It All!

This photo collage will be shared as part of upcoming band recruitment and at the KMEA Conference later this month.

Boys and Girls Regional Swim and Dive Championship Trophies

Bowling Green High School's Swimming and Diving Teams won their 18th-Straight Regional Championships on Saturday, February 4, 2023.

Congratulations Purples!

eSports Team State Runner-Up

Congratulations BGHS Esports Team, PURPLE REIGN!

KHSAA Esports Rocket League

Denver Moody, Caleb Floyd, Bryce Thompson, and Mason Marchionda with Coach Omar Moncayo

BGHS Cheerleaders

Congratulations BGHS Cheerleaders!


KHSAA All-Girls Super Large Division

Henry Lindsey works to wire a light switch at M&L

Benedek Por and Henry Lindsey spend part of their school days at M&L Electrical Inc. as part of Bowling Green High School’s first TRACK Youth Apprenticeship Program. Students work as paid apprentices alongside M&L employees on job sites in our community. They will be close to finishing their first year of apprenticeship, a nationally recognized credential, before graduating high school. 

Hear more about their experiences this year:

BGHS Rendering

The final phase of the new Bowling Green High School is now under construction. The completed school will open in August of 2023.

News & Announcements

Bowling Green Independent Schools will host New Student Enrollment April 10 - 14, 2023, in preparation for the 2023-2024 school year. This will include registration for new nonresident students admitted through the application process, and kindergarten students. 

Families living outside the district boundaries may apply for children to attend as nonresident students. New students are admitted to BGISD based on date of application, with priority enrollment to those applying before March 31, 2023.

Read More about 2023-2024 New Student Enrollment

The Bowling Green Independent School District Board of Education has approved plans for the district’s new Local Area Vocational Education Center (LAVEC) to be built on the campus of Bowling Green High School over the next several months.

Bowling Green Independent Schools received $8.3 Million for the new center as part of the Better Kentucky Plan, funded by the 2022 General Assembly. As part of the grant, BGISD will match 10% of the funding to use for construction of the building.

Read More about Plans Approved for BGISD Local Area Vocational Education Center

The Bowling Green Board of Education has amended the 2022-2023 Calendar to include Tuesday, May 16, 2023 as a school day. Per Warren County Clerk Lynette Yates, no BGISD schools will be used as polling places for the 2023 Primary Election, therefore classes may be in session.

By changing May 16, to a school day, the Last Day for Students moves one day earlier to Thursday, May 25, and Closing Day for Employees moves to Friday, May 26.

Read More about Calendar Amended: Last Day for Students May 25, 2023

W. R. McNeill Elementary School Principal Kelli Brooks has announced plans to retire at the end of the school year. The announcement was made at a school faculty meeting on Wednesday afternoon, February 15, 2023.

Brooks says, “This has been a difficult decision to make. I struggle to find words that adequately describe how much my time at McNeill has meant to me. I still sincerely love the students, staff and families of McNeill Elementary, but feel that it is time for me to slow down and spend more time with my family.”

Read More about McNeill Elementary Principal Announces Plans to Retire

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By the Numbers


Students enrolled


Languages spoken


National Board Certified Teachers


Free meals for students through Community Eligibility Provision


All students have their own Chromebook devices


Students enrolled in music education courses.