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Education

  • Rashaad Goodloe

    Rashaad Jamaal Goodloe, a 2008 honor graduate of Shelby County High School, graduated from University of Louisville on May 11, 2013. He received his bachelors of science degree with a major in biology and psychology and a minor concentration in cellular and molecular physiology.
    He is the son of Oliver and Melody Goodloe of Shelbyville.
    Grandparents are Mrs. Dicey White Cochran, Shelbyville; Delores Lindsay, Louisville; Mr. William H. Goodloe, New Castle; and the late Mare E. Goodloe.
    His future plans are to attend medical school.

  • Gabe Adams

    Gabe Adams, son of Jon and Sarah Adams of Bethlehem, was one of 20 seventh grade students selected across the U.S. to attend the Summer Science Sleuths at Duke University in Durham, N.C. He was awarded a full camp scholarship to attend a two-week residential camp focusing on science from June 16-29. Summer Science Sleuths at Duke is presented by the Duke Center for Science Education through a grant from the Hartwell Foundation.

     

  • HCPS Perfect Attendance awards
  • Henry County High School Student of the Week: Jordan Lewellen

    What are your plans after graduation?

    To go to UofL for my basic requirement classes and then to the University of Denver for video game design or to Chapel Hill for marine biology.

    What are your favorite subjects?

    Science and Math. They are the two fields that make you think instead of just remember.

    What do you do for fun?

    Hang out with friends, go to concerts and play video games.

    What kind of music do you like?

    Hardcore heavy metal like Escape the Fate, Alesana, Asking Alexandria.

  • Say yes to cheese
  • Walk for health, win a bike

    Brianna Way and Ty Lyons were the winners in the Bike Give-Away in the drawing for the 20/40-Mile Club.  This club is for students who walk behind the school on their own free time (recess), trying to walk at least 20 miles during the school year.  Every student who met the goal of 20 miles was entered in the contest for the drawing. More than 64 students walked at least 20 miles throughout the year.  All together Eastern students walked more than 1,000 miles this year.  

  • Twins win 11-12 year old tournament

    On May 22, the Spring Fling was completed. The 11-12 year old Twins ended up undefeated in the spring fling against the Shelby County Astros, 5-3.

  • Wildcats have 28 Academic All-State Members

    The Kentucky Academic All-State teams were announced this week. The Henry County High School boys’ basketball team had 10 players make the first team with a 3.75 GPA and six players made Honorable Mention with a GPA between 3.25 and 3.75.

    The girls’ team had nine first team members and three make honorable mention.

    Boys’ first team Academic All-State:

    Coleton Aneszko, Jacob Buckley, Robbie Cruse, Dakota Estes, Jackson Jeffries, Landon New, Brennen Peniston, Brad West, James Wundrak and Austin Young.

  • HCHS Awards Night

    HCHS Scholarship Winners
    Seniors at Henry County High School have been awarded more than $1.25 million in scholarship and KEES funding.
     

    Shelby Abrams

    Friends for Michael Scholarship; UK Provost Scholarship

    Sydney Abrams

    Friends for Michael Scholarship; UK Provost Scholarship

    Savannah Allgeier

    UK Flagship Scholarship; Western KY University Red Towel Scholarship; Henry County Farm Bureau

    Stephen Archer

  • HCHS Award Winners

    Agribusiness

    Hayley Spencer, Justin Yount, Ashley Craigmyle, Corbin Jeffries, *Jessie Carothers

    Art

    Anna Croucher, Chloe Kelly, Ashten Rice

    Business

    Shannah Lay, Jason Banta, Nick Kenny, *Alan Logar

    Broadcast Journalism

    Colleen Coomes, Danielle Toy, *Joey Kenny

    Certificates for Work Keys