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Education

  • GCHS students compete in FCCLA Regional STAR event

    Several of the Grant County High School students competed in the FCCLA Regional STAR events competition recently in Cold Springs. The students brought home the following awards:
    • Abby Campbell, Chelsea Edwards and Kate Bodekor received first place in Chapter Showcase Manual
    • Mckenzie Hamilton, Lexi Spoonamore and Sabryn Wooton received first place in Chapter Showcase Manual
    • Natasha Gott received second place in Life Event Planning
    • Covina Burden received third in Focus on Children

  • Williamstown Elementary makes soldier cookies
  • GCMS student attempts to showcase drumming skills on TV

    Grant County Middle School seventh grader Jason Eilers knew he wanted to be a drummer when he was 4 years old.

    “When I was 4 my parents got a movie called ‘That Thing You Do’ and I was interested in the drums,” he said. “My drums were laundry baskets and a little toy plastic snare.”      

    Now, equipped with a real drum set, the 13-year-old from Dry Ridge is seeking to be a contestant on the eighth season of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.”

  • NOTEWORTHY

    Wesleyan College Fall
    Dean’s List
    Kenneth Little, son of Kenneth and Dawn Little of Dry Ridge, junior criminal justice and criminology major.
    To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students must attain a grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale while carrying at least 12 hours.

     Morehead State University Fall Dean’s List
    Aaron Goe, a 2011 graduate of Grant County High School, made the Morehead State University Dean’s List for the fall semester of 2012 with a GPA of 4.0. 

  • SCHAFFER NAMED YPA WINNER

    Summer Schaffer is the Grant County High School Youth Performance Award winner for February.
    She is a senior at GCHS and is the daughter of Renee Bixler and Tony Schaffer.

    Extra-curricular activities:  I am the historian in the National Art Honor Society (N.A.H.S.)

    Community involvement:  I do community service through N.A.H.S.

  • GCMS student hopes to ‘drum’ up TV spot

    Grant County Middle School seventh grader Jason Eilers knew he wanted to be a drummer when he was 4 years old.
    “When I was 4 my parents got a movie called ‘That Thing You Do’ and I was interested in the drums,” he said. “My drums were laundry baskets and a little toy plastic snare.”      
    Now, equipped with a real drum set, the 13-year-old from Dry Ridge is seeking to be a contestant on the eighth season of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.”

  • Snowflakes for Sandy Hook
  • Valentine’s Dance Off at Mason-Corinth

    The students at Mason-Corinth Elementary were given an assignment in their arts and humanties class.
    Each student choose their group and song, then were asked to create original dances to the music.  
    The dances could include acrobatics and harmonizing moves.
     

  • Grant County School District challenged to reduce energy

    The Grant County School District, in conjunction with the NEED Project or National Energy Development Project and Duke Energy has put together an energy program.

    Each school in the Grant County School District was invited participate in a program to become more energy efficient.
    The students were taught how to be energy efficient, how to reduce the energy consumption and why it is important to do so.
    All of Grant County Schools were challenged to save energy at their school.

  • Cookies for soldiers