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Bowling Green Independent Schools are preparing students to be excellent citizens, employees, and future leaders, both locally and globally. Educators in our schools strive to get to know each child and their families, to provide the best opportunities to learn, grow, and connect to the world. BGISD has existed since the 1880s and has long been known for excellence in academic programs and success in athletics. The district serves approximately 4,300 students in preschool through 12th grade in eight schools: T. C. Cherry Elementary, Dishman McGinnis Elementary, Parker-Bennett-Curry Elementary, Potter Gray Elementary, and W. R. McNeill Elementary, Bowling Green Junior High, Bowling Green High School, and the Bowling Green Learning Center, the district’s alternative school. Approximately 62% of students qualify for free or reduced lunch, 49% are minority students, and 14% of students are multilingual, with over 55 languages spoken in our schools; Spanish and Swahili as the two most common after English. The Bowling Green Independent School District is located in the downtown area and is approximately seven square miles. Although the City of Bowling Green is larger than the school district boundaries, BGISD does accept non-resident students, families who do not reside within the district, as tuition students. Annual tuition for 2022-23 will be $500. More information about the application process can be found on the district website. Bowling Green Independent Schools strive each day to exemplify the motto, “Excel­lence Is Worth The Effort.” To see more day-to-day activities in the school district, follow us on social media, or for more information call 270-746-2200.