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Bullitt County Public Schools

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Bullitt County Public Schools

Bullitt County Public Schools is a school district serving students residing in Bullitt County, Kentucky. Cities served by district include Shepherdsville, Lebanon Junction, Mount Washington, West Point and some small sections of Bullitt County with a Louisville postal address. This district is one of the largest in the state.


Elementary schools

  • Brooks Elementary School
  • Cedar Grove Elementary School
  • Crossroads Elementary School
  • Freedom Elementary School
  • Lebanon Junction Elementary School
  • Maryville Elementary School
  • Mount Washington Elementary
  • Nichols Elementary School
  • Old Mill Elementary School
  • Overdale Elementary School
  • Pleasant Grove Elementary School
  • Roby Elementary School
  • Shepherdsville Elementary School

Middle schools

  • Bernheim Middle School
  • Bullitt Lick Middle School
  • Eastside Middle School
  • Hebron Middle School
  • Mount Washington Middle School
  • Zoneton Middle School

High schools

Additional programs

  • Adult Education School
  • Day Treatment High School

External links

  • Bullitt County Public Schools
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