• Star Students
  • National College announces dean’s list

    National College in Florence and the American National University online program released the Dean’s List for the Second Fall Term. The following students earned a minimum grade point average of 3.5 out of a possible 4.0, and thus achieved the honor and privilege of being placed on the Dean’s List:
    • Judith Carpenter of Williamstown
    • Maialynne Davis of Williamstown

  • Colson named Bank of Ky scholar

    Hannah Colson, the daughter of J.P. and Missy Colson of Dry Ridge, was named The Bank of Kentucky scholar for the Governor Scholars Program for 2013.

    She is a senior at Grant County High School.

    The Bank of Kentucky Scholars of the GSP is in its third year. Selected by the GSP, it honors six GSP scholars from the 2013 class representing the six counties served by the Bank of Kentucky.

  • Star Students
  • Williamstown Science Fair
  • GCHS students compete at FCCLA regionals

    The following students competed at the FCCLA regionals and placed in different categories. Superstar winners will advance to state competition in March.

  • Napier deploys to Paraguay

    Morehead State University’s ROTC program had eight sophomore cadets compete and selected for summer deployments in support of the U.S. Army

    Cadet Command Cultural Understand and Language Proficiency Program (CULP).  The Cadets selected will be deployed to and support either Humanitarian Operations or Cadet English Language Training Team (CELTT) missions.  

    The local MSU Cadet selected was Eric Napier of Williamstown, who will be deployed to Paraguay.


    Kayla Hisel is the Grant County High School Youth Performance Award winner for January.

    She is a senior at GCHS and is the daughter of Rita and Richie Hisel. She holds a 4.3 grade point average with straight A’s.
    Extra-curricular activities: I participate in varsity soccer, National Honor Society MU Alpha Theta, senior mentor program and is the president of the National English Honor Society.

    Community involvement: I am a member of the Knoxville Baptist Church and Grant County Jr. Fair Board.   


    The Youth Service Center Best Effort/Community Service Award Scholarship has been awarded to Grant County Middle School students Alyssa Scudder,

    Dakota Stone and Faith Shelby. Each will be completing 18 hours of community service. The students were awarded $300 each. They will volunteer 30 hours of community service. The students will use their award to help finance their eighth grade trip to Chicago, Ill. In order to apply the student must have no unexcused absences and no behavioral issues for the previous semester.

  • GCHS students visit Morehead State University

    Students from Grant County High School visited the Morehead State University campus, as part of the Early College Program recently.
    More than 50 high and technical schools offered MSU classes during the fall semester with more than 2,000 high school students participating in the program.