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Education

  • GOETZ NAMED YPA WINNER

    Macy Goetz is the Williamstown High School Youth Performance Award winner for October.

    She is a senior at WHS and is the daughter of Mark and Barb Goetz of Williamstown.

    How would you describe yourself? “Happy and caring person, strives to be the best I can be at everything I do and help anyone I can.”

    Extra-curricular activities: Cross country, cheerleading, track and field, National Honor Society, BETA Club, pep club, Family Career Community Leaders of America and WHS news cast.

  • SHERMAN ELEMENTARY OCTOBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
  • GCHS students ‘shadow’ professional chefs at Sullivan University

    Five Grant County High School students traveled to Sullivan University’s Lexington Campus to participate in the Chef Shadow Day.  Jessica Cook, Lauren Haney, Abigayle (Abi) Hensley, Jordan Kinman and Savannah Johnson shadowed a Sullivan chef instructor while preparing for 300 plus individuals for the Lexington Farmer’s Market dinner.  

  • GCHS, WHS BANDS EARN THIRD PLACE IN STATE

    The Grant County High School Band finished third in the Kentucky Music Educators Association Class AAAA state championship, while the Williamstown Band of Spirit finished third in the Class A state championship Oct. 26 at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium in Louisville.
    Earlier in the day, GCHS competed in the state semi-finals at South Oldham High School.

    Among the 16 competing bands, the top four schools moved on to the finals that evening.

  • Grant JV soccer team ends with successful season

    On the heels of a successful varsity season, Grant County soccer coach Garrett Griffith immediately started planning and working for next year and beyond. Judging by the success enjoyed at the junior varsity level, the head coach has plenty to work with in his efforts to take the program to the next level.

  • Grandparent’s Day

    Grandchildren are the dots
     that connect the lines from
    generation to generation. - Lois Wyse

  • SOLDIERING ON

    Today (Thursday morning), a caravan left Grant County High School at 4:30 a.m., headed for Molena, Georgia.

    Their mission: bring home honors from the U.S. Army Raider Nationals.
    Members of the GCHS JROTC Raiders have been running, sweating, climbing and preparing almost daily for this national invitation only event for weeks, even years.

  • Inside Our Schools for Halloween
  • GCHS, WHS BANDS ADVANCE TO STATE

    Name of competition: KMEA Class 4A Quarterfinals

    Location and date:  Madison Southern High School in Berea.

    Names and number of bands participating:  13 bands; Pulaski County, Madison Southern, Southwestern, Anderson County, East Jessamine, Harrison County, Rowan County, Harlan County, Lincoln County, Marion County, Shelby County and Mercer County.
     
    Ranking and any awards:
    Finished second at regionals with a distinguished score.

    Score: Distinguished rating 81.95

  • GCHS JROTC CAPTURES OVERALL CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY

    The Grant County High Schools JROTC Raider team traveled to Hamlin, West Virginia with 33 team members 10 parents and three Army JROTC Instructors on Oct. 12 and competed against 17 other High School JROTC Raider Teams.

    They ended up bringing home the “Overall Raider Championship Trophy” from this event.

    There were two past West Virginia State Raider Teams Champions making up the completion rosters.