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Education

  • HCPS recognizes outstanding attendance

    HCPS recognizes outstanding attendance

  • School brief: Two graduate from UC

    On Saturday, May 9, University of the Cumberlands (UC) conferred 815 degrees during their annual commencement ceremony; 227 Bachelor’s degrees, 540 Master’s degrees, and 18 Doctorate degrees, including two from Henry County.
    Local students who received graduate degrees included:
    Mallory Thomas of Sulphur, graduated from UC and earned a MAE degree in School Guidance Counselor.
    Michelle Cook of Smithfield, graduated from UC and earned a MAT degree in Early Elementary Education P-5.

  • Ag students receive grants in memory of Greg Davis

    Ten agriculture students have received a total of $3,800 in supervised agricultural experience (SAE) grants in memory of Greg Davis, former Henry County FFA chaplain who passed away after a July 2010 ATV accident, according to a news release from Lindsey Davie.
    Greg’s parents, Tim and Karen Davis, wanted to honor his memory by fundraising for two of his favorite organizations — FFA and Fish and Wildlife.  Last fall, they hosted a golf scramble and raised almost $8,000.  They gave half the money to the FFA.  

  • HCHS seniors earn awards, scholarships

     

  • FAME will lead to jobs for two Henry High graduates

    Two 2015 Henry County High School graduating seniors will have “guaranteed jobs” after completing training in advanced manufacturing careers through the Louisville Federation of Advanced Manufacturing program, or FAME, for short.
    Hunter McManis and Jared Yount will begin the program this fall.  They said the option to get on-the-job training, save college tuition costs and go right to work after completing FAME made it their best option after graduating.

  • Six local high school juniors named to Governor’s Scholars Program

    Six local high school juniors have been chosen to participate in this year’s Governor’s Scholars Program (GSP).
    GSP is a summer residential program for outstanding high school students in Kentucky who are rising seniors.
    The program originated in 1983 as a result of Kentucky leaders’ concern that the state’s “best and brightest” were leaving the Commonwealth to pursue educational and career opportunities elsewhere without fully understanding the potential of their talents at home.

  • CES students of the month

    Submitted
    The Campbellsburg Elementary School Students of the Month for April include front row, from left —  Zane Tackett, Aaron Dominiquez, Shelby Cox, Abby Holcomb and Braelyn Boyer; second row —  Makayla Abbott and Kyle Gillingham; third row —  Jordan Clift, Nicholas Tingle, Zack Ballard, Jackson Holcomb and Emily Edens; fourth row — Joyce Justo, Kaylin Arnold, Brenna Edens, Tabby Aldridge and Journee Winburn.  Shelley and Phyllis Sculley are not pictured.

  • School briefs 06-03-15

    Shelby Energy awards scholarships
    Each year, Shelby Energy Cooperative searches for outstanding high school senior representatives for their scholarship program. They award six $1,000 scholarships for any program of study to students in their service territory.  The 2015 scholarship recipients include two from Henry County High School — Morgan Miller and Abby Wiseheart
    For more information please see your guidance counselor or contact Shelby Energy at (800) 292-6585.
    Dowden graduates from Northern Ky.

  • Earns adult ed award
  • HCHS makes strong showing at World Language Association Showcase

    Two top awards for Spanish at the Kentucky World Language Association Showcase April 25 went to two Henry County High School students, according to teacher Courtney Willis.
    In all, 13 Henry County students went to the showcase for Spanish language, five ended up in the finals and Anna Croucher earned first place and Yamille Velasquez took third in the event held at Centre College.
    The other Henry students among the finalists were Bella Mann, Bree Heightchew and Devon Haberman.