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Education

  • Gifted and Talented Week
  • GCMS 8th graders to hear from high school students

    How do students in middle school answer difficult questions about their future such as:
    • What do I want to do?  What interests do I have that could translate into a career?  
    • What types of jobs will be in high demand?  What training, education, and skills are needed?  How do I obtain those skills?  
    • What opportunities are available at Grant County High School?  What do I need to do now to ensure my best opportunities later?    

  • Star Students 2-21-12
  • Grant County High School receives new laptops

    Today’s teens have the whole world at their fingertips. Literally.

    That’s why this year, Grant County High School allowed teachers and students to utilize their own personal digital devices (smart phones, tablets, readers, laptops) to supplement learning in the classroom.

    This decision was called “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD.)
    Grant County connected with Everfi and Neustar, two education partners in this digital effort.

  • Star Students 1-31-12


    Tyler Marksberry

    Tyler Marksberry is the WES Headstart Student of the Week. He is in Pam Mullin’s class. His favorite thing about school is playing the gym with his friends.
    His favorite book is ‘There was an old lady who swallowed a fly.’ His favorite thing to do as a family is play outside and ride the gator.

  • SHERMAN ELEMENTARY DECEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
  • NOTEWORTHY:

    Colson named to EKU Dean’s List

    Riley Colson, a 2011 graudate of Grant County High School, made the Dean’s List for the fall semester of 2012 with a GPA of 3.80.
    She is a sophomore at Eastern Kentucky University and is majoring in Spanish.
    Colson is the daughter of Arnold and Gemella Colson of Corinth.

     

     

     

     

    MacAdams receives nursing degree from UK

  • Grant County Middle School Select Band students

    After months of preparation, 35 Grant County Middle School students traveled to Summit View Middle School in Independence recently to audition for the district six Northern Kentucky Middle School Select Band. 

    Hundreds of students from 15 middle schools in Northern Kentucky prepared music and attended the event to audition for the coveted seats.   

  • Grant County High School Select Band students

    The Grant County High School music program has set a new school record, as 25 of its students were chosen for the 2013 Northern Kentucky Select Band ensembles.

    The Northern Kentucky District six Select Band auditions took place at Summitview Middle School on Jan. 12, with 35 GCHS students auditioning for the seats. These students were among hundreds of students from all area high schools auditioning for seats in either of two ensembles that represents Northern Kentucky’s most talented high school musicians.    

  • Spratt wins National Geography Bee

    Benjamin Spratt, a sixth grader at Grant County Middle School, won the school competition for the National Geography Bee. Students throughout the building competed in this competition by answering a variety of questions on geography.

    Spratt competed against seventh and eighth graders. Spratt will complete a written test to qualify for the state championship on April 5 in Bowling Green.


    Only the top 100 scores on the qualifying test are invited to attend this championship. Spratt is the son of Michael and Kim Spratt.