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Bowling Green High School will celebrate Homecoming on Friday, October 14, 2022.  Order your official Homecoming T-Shirt from

Bowling Green High School will celebrate Homecoming on Friday, October 14, 2022.

Order your official Homecoming T-Shirt from BlueCotton.

The deadline to order is 11:59 PM on October 3, 2022. All shirts will be delivered to the location you choose by October 13, 2022.

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National Merit Semifinalists Sono Fukushima, Alisha Mullick, and Ethan Langford

Congratulations to Sono Fukushima, Alisha Mullick, and Ethan Langford, named 2023 National Merit Semifinalists! 

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.

SendIt Message 1-833-452-3291

Bowling Green Independent Schools use SendIt! for phone calls, text messages, and emails to student households. Calls and text messages will be from 1-833-452-3291.

Adding this number to phone contacts, will prevent the number appearing as "Spam Risk" or "Unknown Caller."

1-833-452-3291

Infinite Campus Online Registration

Parents and guardians may login to IC Parent Portal to complete online registration and enroll or verify enrollment for all students in Bowling Green Independent Schools. This process will also allow most back to school paperwork to be completed prior to the beginning of school. Registration is available in English and Spanish.

Begin Online Registration

For assistance, please email bgparentportalhelp@bgreen.kyschools.us.

Bowling Green High School seniors Benedek Por and Henry Lindsey signed Youth Apprenticeship Contracts with M&L Electrical Inc

Bowling Green High School seniors Benedek Por and Henry Lindsey signed Youth Apprenticeship Contracts with M&L Electrical Inc. on Friday, August 26th as part of the Bowling Green High School’s first-ever TRACK Youth Apprenticeship Program.

The students in the TRACK Program will spend part of their school days at M&L working toward their education, and also as paid employees. BGHS teacher David Loveland will work with the students for classroom requirements, then at M&L, students will learn how to apply that knowledge on the job site. Both Benedek Poor and Henry Lindsey will be close to finishing their first year of apprenticeship, a nationally recognized credential before graduating high school.

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By the Numbers

1,250

Students enrolled

40

Languages spoken

7

National Board Certified Teachers

100%

Free meals for students through Community Eligibility Provision

1:1

All students have their own Chromebook devices

284

Students enrolled in music education courses.

18

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