Guidance Office

Guidance Office:

 

Last Names   A - F    Regina Taylor

Last Names    G - O   Kristen Wilson

Last Names   P - Z    Monica Lewis

Social Worker   Sara Swinford

Testing Coordinator   Amanda Best

Registrar   Sandra Simmons




 

Click here for 2019 -2020 course description guide 

 

Click here for 2019-2020 Enrollment forms 

Click here for graduation requirement information 2019-2020

click here for CTE Career Majors 2019-2020

click here for information re: Transition Readiness  2019-2020

 

 

 

Senior Sting Newsletters 

September Senior Sting (click here) 

October Senior Sting (click here)

November Senior Sting (click here)

December Senior Sting (click here)

January Senior Sting (click here)

February Senior Sting (click here)

March Senior Sting (click here) 

April Senior Sting (click here)

 


Congratulations to the 2019  Governor Scholars Program participants:  

Ryan Alvey

Logan Craig

Madalynn "Jaid" Goh

Benjamin Humphries

Justin Lehmkuhler

Ashlyn Martin  

 

Also congratulations to Mayra "Maddie" Martinez Mar and Caroline Murray  for being selected as alternates. 

 

Congratulations to the 2019  Governor's School for the Arts participants:  

Simon Adkins (Instumental Music-Viola)

Sophie Hill (Vocal Music-Alto)

Ben Humphries (Instrumental Music - French Horn)

Ashlyn Martin -(Visual Arts) 

Hunter Story (Instrumental Music-Trumpet)

Colin Teague (Instrumental Music - Tuba) 

 

Also congratulations to Olivia Damm (Musical Theatre & Vocal Music), Sophie Hill (Musical Theatre) and Lucas Jones (Creative Writing) who were selected as alternates.  

 

Congratulations to Benjamin Humphries and Ashlyn Martin who were selected for both the Governor's Scholars Program and the Governor's School for the Arts.  

 

We are very proud of these students as well as all of our students that were nominated for the Governor’s Scholars program and the Governor's School for the Arts.  This is an outstanding accomplishment!

 


The Sewanee Young Writers' Conference at the University of the South is just the place for your aspiring authors, poets, and playwrights.
 

For 25 years now the Conference—ranked as one of the top five such programs in the country—has played host to young writers ready to polish and perfect their literary work.


Our 2019 summer session runs June 30–July 13 on the scenic mountaintop campus of the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. Participants are rising 10th, 11th, and 12th grade writers. If you know a student who should be among them, check us out online. You can also find us on Facebook.

Review of applications has begun and will continue on a rolling basis until all workshops are full.


One lucky student will win a $40,000 Scholarship + a bonus $5,000 Tech Package!

Eligible sophomores and juniors that register for the April, June, or July, 2019 US national test date (and opt-in to the giveaway during registration) has a chance to win the scholarship. It’s just that easy! Eligible students may also enter by mail.* 

Go to act.org/ACTScholarshipGiveaway to learn more. 

click here for pdf poster


Eastern Kentucky University

Math & Science Camp

 

click here for more information 


Interested in Graphic Design or Digital Video Editing?

 

BCTC is offering online dual credit courses in Graphic Design and Digital Video Editing next year.  These courses are available to students who will be juniors or seniors next year.  The dual credit rate is $58 per credit hour (ex. a 3 credit hour course is $174).  However the KY Dual Credit Scholarship and KY Work Ready Scholarship is available for up to two courses for high school students who meet eligibility requirements.   For more information, contact the guidance office.

click here for more information


Aviation Camp 2019
Aviation Museum of Kentucky
Blue Grass Airport
Lexington,KY40510
www.aviationky.org

Aviation camps are two (2) days in length and enroll students ages 10 through 17.
Actual flight lesson in a Cessna 172 airplane - provided by Eastern Kentucky University
Time is 8:30 until 3:30 daily with 5 camps conducted in Lexington in the month of June.
STEM Topics include: science of aeronautics, navigation, flight simulation, aircraft design,
NASA engineering space challenges, museum exhibits, air traffic control and more
Provided - lunch, snacks, camp t-shirt, class handouts, museum admission
Cost for camps at Bluegrass Airport location - $234. See websitefor cost of other camps.
REGISTRATION is done online at www.aviationky.org . Click on 'camp' to enroll.
Some financial aid scholarships are available . The applications for those are also available on the
website once a particular camp is chosen. See the instructions there.
For further information, you may call the aviation camps number at [859) 353-0467 or email
camps2019(a)aviation]w.org .

click here for more information 

 


  • UK Offers several summer programs through different departments on campus:

Guidance Info

 

Log In Sites:

AP Registration:

 https://user.totalregistration.net/AP/182602

PSAT Registration:

 https://user.totalregistration.net/PSAT/182602

ACT Registration:

http://www.act.org

 

 

ACT Test Prep Programs

 

KAPLAN TEST PREP

Class101

Club Z ACT Program

ZAPS! Doorway to College 

 

Sullivan University ACT Prep

 

ACT Torch Prep Boot Camp

 

Resources for Asian and Pacific Islander students-

Our content team just released a guide, which you can check out below, that highlights 25 different scholarship opportunities for API students. The guide also includes advice from Elisabeth Saldana, a financial aid coordinator for scholarships and outreach, on how students can stand out in their applications to increase their chances of receiving financial aid.

College Scholarships for Asian/Pacific Islander Students -  click here

 

 

Woodford County High School

180 Frankfort Street
Versailles, KY 40383

Phone: 859-879-4630
Fax: 859-873-7731