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    Earlier this week, Governor Andy Beshear recommended that no in-person classes take place in Kentucky until at least the third week of August. Following the Governor’s recommendation, the Breckinridge County Board of Education met this morning and approved a new school calendar for the 2020-21 school year. In-person classes in the Breckinridge County School District will start under an A/B schedule on Tuesday, August 25, 2020. The school district will operate under an A/B schedule through Friday, September 11, 2020. Our plan is to transition to a full five days a week, in-person class schedule on Monday, September 14, 2020, as long as it is deemed safe to do so.

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Principal's Message

As a 1998 graduate of Breckinridge County High School, it is an honor and a privilege to now be the Principal of this extraordinary school. I cannot fully explain the excitement that I have to educate your children, work with this great staff, and serve this amazing community on a daily basis.
 
Breckinridge County High School has been experiencing great success in the last few years with recognition by the US News & World Report as a bronze medal school for four years in a row from 2013 to 2016. We have recently been designated as a Distinguished/High Performing high school by the Kentucky Department of Education. We have also been very fortunate to receive accreditation status from the AdvancED North Central Association Commission on Accreditation.
 
All of the above successes would not be possible if not for the great people of Breckinridge County. We are blessed to have wonderful students walk our halls and grace us with excitement to learn each day. Our success is also due to the exceptional staff we have at BCHS. Our teachers enter the building each day focused on learning and determined to positively impact your children.
 
Again, I look forward to working with you and for you! I look forward to instilling a Champion mentality in our student body. Just as we start every morning, “Work really hard, have a great day, and be a champion”. We at BCHS are going to focus on being a Champion. The expectations for a champion are great! Therefore, we are going to rise to the challenge of the expectations we set for ourselves and act, perform, and resemble a Champion in every facet of our lives.
 
Tiger Nation, join me in becoming extraordinary! Join me in committing to excellence! Join me in becoming a Champion!!! Go Tigers!
 
 
Adam Cox, Principal
Breckinridge County High School