All students can learn, achieve and succeed.
Students learn best when they are actively engaged in learning processes that take into account individual differences.
Multiple teaching methods, assessments, and researched based instructional practices assist in meeting the academic needs of our students and the goal of continuous improvement for our school system.
Positive relationships and mutual respect among and between students, faculty, and staff enhance students’ self-esteem and promote an atmosphere conducive to success.
A safe, clean, and physically comfortable environment is a basic right of students, faculty, and staff.
Communication, decision making, and interaction among teachers, administrators, parents, students, and the community encourage shared responsibility for the development of students into assets of society and work cooperatively toward attaining that goal.
The mission, beliefs, and policies of Bledsoe County High School conform to the Bledsoe County Consolidated District Plan.
In the fall of 1980, the high school was moved to its present location on highway 127, approximately one mile past the city of Pikeville. The present student enrollment averages 550.