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Graduation Information:  Class Night: Friday, June 5, 2015 7 pm; Graduation: Saturday, June 6, 2015 11 am; Baccalaureate: TBA
Judges Impressed with BCHS KidWind Turbine Design  
For the second time in as many months, the Bath County High School Design Team impressed the judges with their unique design at a KidWind competition. Placing in the event at Virginia Tech earned the team a spot in the Eastern United States Regional Competition, held at James Madison University. The team made several significant changes to the design, including a complete redesign on the turbine housing and changing to a 3D printed gear system for the drive. The judges felt that the BCHS team had the best design and the team received an award based on that assessment. The turbine generated a lot of interest from other teams as well as from JMU science and engineering faculty and industry representatives. This is a great example of how collaborative efforts can produce exceptional results and taught our students that getting other subject matter experts in on a project will give them an edge that the other teams do not have. Congratulations to the BCHS Design Team.
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BCHS students attended the FCCLA Leadership Conference and STAR Events in Virginia Beach during the weekend of April 17th through the 19th. The students represented BCHS and Mertz Career and Technical Education Center and in doing so brought recognition to the school and scholarship money for themselves. 
Breads Exhibit- Gold Medal and First place Trophy- Kelsey L. and $6000 from Sullivan University and $2500 from Culinary Institute of Virginia 
Show Piece- Katie H. earned Gold and Trophy with the $8500 in scholarship money as well Chicken Fabrication and Knife Skills – Easton Y. earned a $6000 scholarship  from Sullivan University and first place trophy and gold medal in her event. 
Culinary Arts Cooking Team- Cassie H., Tori M., and Ashley F., placed 9th with a Bronze medal out of 16 teams.  There was no Gold medal awarded and only 3 silver medals in this event.  
Well Done!
Adaline Hodge is the adviser.​
 
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The mission of Bath County High School is to provide a nurturing, accepting environment that recognizes individual qualities and needs and enables students to become self-directed, lifelong learners.
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Bath County High School
 
464 Charger Lane
Hot Springs, Virginia 24445
Phone: 540-839-2431
Fax: 540-839-3290

Principal: Sarah Rowe
A.D./Student Coordinator: Will Fields
 

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