Boone County Schools Portrait
of a Graduate 10Cs of what we want for our students and schools: collaboration,
communication, critical thinking, creativity, cultural competence,
character, compassion, community connections, choice and challenge.
Boone County Schools are located in the northern region of Kentucky.
BCS is the third largest school district in the Commonwealth and
have the highest test scores of any large, diverse school district.
The district is home to twenty-three (23) schools including four
high schools, five middle schools and fourteen elementary schools.
BCS serves nearly 20,000 students from pre-school through 12th grade
and have over 3,600 full and part time employees.
District Mission: Representing and in
partnership with our stakeholders, the Boone County School District
recognizes that all children can learn and dedicates itself to
providing a challenging educational environment that allows each
student to achieve to his or her highest potential as a learner
District Vision: Every graduate ready for
college, career, and life
21st Century Learning
The Boone County School District has launched a new District Strategic
Plan. Centered around the 10 C's of education
the central focus of the new strategic plan is to get every child
career, college, and life ready. Click here to view the new District
of an Award Winning School District, The Enquirer, date. The
Cincinnati Enquirer recently sat down with Boone County School District's
Superintendent and Deputy Superintendent to ask questions about
their leadership. The two recently received top awards in their
profession. Boone County Schools is an award winning distinguished
public school district because of its exceptional leadership. Read
the entire Enquirer article here.
Look for more information about the progress of the Northern Kentucky
Makerspace in the coming weeks and months. Read this article
about it in The Kentucky Enquirer, February 1, 2015.