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The mission of Buckingham County Public Schools is to create a safe, positive learning environment where students can adapt, create, 
collaborate, think critically and meet the challenges of an ever-changing global community. 




Knightly News


BCHS Greenhouse Spring Plant Sale

The BCHS Greenhouse is open! The hours of operation are from 9 am - 4 pm Monday through Friday through May 16th. Below is a link to the Spring Plant Sale list with information about available plants and pricing. Occasionally someone may be around a little later due to FFA events, so if you NEED a special time, please let Mrs. Casey Davis know ahead of time. You may contact her at cdavis@bcpschools.org or 434-969-6100. If you are coming after 3:00 pm, you may come directly to the greenhouse through the back gate.


BCHS Horticulture Department Spring Plant Sale Flyer



BCHS JROTC Competes in Best of the Best Raider Championships

The Buckingham County High School JROTC Raider Team competed in the annual Best of the Best Raider Championships held at Magna Vista on  April 22, 2017. Buckingham finished 5th overall out of 20 teams and 2nd in the State of Virginia. The team also placed 3rd in Rope Bridge, 5th in the Physical Fitness Test, 8th in the Five Kilometer run, 9th in Logistics Relay and 6th in the Litter Carry.


Welding Students Spend Time With CVCS Students

On April 11th, during spring break, Tyler Woodson and Steven Vencil of the Welding Department here at the CTE volunteered to participate in the annual Central Virginia Christian School (CVCS) Career Day at CVCS in Dillwyn.  Tyler and Steven assisted in gathering and setting up various welding equipment and displays at CVCS and demonstrated the Gas Metal Arc Welding process to 3rd - 8th grade students.  Steven and Tyler made up personalized name plates for randomly chosen students while the chosen student observed the plate being welded. Faculty and students at CVCS were very appreciative of our students’ displays and demonstrations.


BCMS Parent Survey
As parents or guardians of a Buckingham County Middle School student, your input is very valuable to us. Please fill out the linked survey so your responses can help us evaluate and strengthen parental involvement within our school. Thank you for your time! 


BCHS Player Makes Second Team All-State

Congratulations to Antonio Chambers making Second Team All-State in Group 2A Boys Basketball. 


BCHS JROTC Competes in the Best of the Best Raider Qualifier

Here are the results from Best of the Best Raider Qualifier held at Magna Vista 18 March 2017:


1st Rope Bridge

2nd Logistics Relay

4th Physical Fitness Test

6th 5K

4th Litter Carry


Top Virginia Raider Team for 4th Brigade for Best of the Best Raider Qualifier

Overall 1st Place out of 17 Teams


Agriculture Literacy Celebrated

BCMS students celebrated Agriculture Literacy and are featured in an article in the Farmville Herald. The link to the article is listed below.

Link to Farmville Herald Article


BCHS FBLA Competes in Spring Regional Leadership Conference

The Buckingham County High School Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) traveled to Longwood University for the 2017 FBLA Longwood Spring Regional Leadership Conference on March 2, 2017, to compete against twenty-three high schools in real-world business competitive events.  Twelve out of the nineteen BCHS students that competed walked away with awards which made them eligible to compete at the 2017 Virginia State Leadership Conference in Reston, VA on April 7-8.  In addition to students’ awards, the BCHS FBLA Chapter was awarded the third largest chapter in the Longwood Region.  Please join us in congratulating the following students:

  • 1st Place Agribusiness – Amanda Bryan

  • 2nd Place Banking & Financial Services (team) – Caitlyn Amos, Diante’ Lee, and Laurel Logan

  • 1st Place Global Business (team) – Alexis Johnson & Macie Crotts

  • 1st Place Impromptu Speaking – Daniel Brickhill

  • 1st Place Introduction to Business Communication – Amil Bolden

  • 2nd Place Introduction to  Business Presentation (team) – Sydney Mullins & Christyn Amos (Sydney and Christyn will compete in presenting the Community Service Project at the state level)

  • 1st Place Public Speaking – Nathan Brickhill

  • 1st Place Sales Presentation – Ty Martin (Ty will also be competing in the Local Chapter Annual Business Report at the state level)


BCHS FFA Chapter Visits PreSchool For Agriculture Literacy Week

Agriculture Literacy Week was  March 6th - 10th.  Members of the Buckingham Senior FFA Chapter celebrated by visiting the Buckingham PreSchool on March 9th.  The members read the preschool students “Good Night Farm” by Eugenie Doyle.  After reading to approximately 130 students, the high school students helped the preschool students with an activity about agricultural products.  Agriculture Literacy Week is a project that is a part of Agriculture In The Classroom, a program through Farm Bureau. Agriculture In The Classroom’s mission is to “to educate Virginia’s children about the importance of agriculture”. With only 1.7% of America’s population living on a farm, many children do not understand how food, clothing, and other agricultural products are produced.  Not only is Agriculture Literacy Week a great way to get children to learn about agriculture, it is also a great way for FFA members to share their passion for the agriculture industry.


Buckingham County Public Schools Now on WeatherBug

Buckingham County Public Schools now has its own community on the WeatherBug mobile app. Get forecasts and alerts as well as viewing calendar events and news. Click the link below to see more information and for instructions on how to join.

WeatherBug Mobile Information



2016 - 2017 Discount Cards Now Available

Click the link below to see details about available discounts and purchasing information.

2016 - 2017 Discount Card Information




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