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Education

  • Grant seeks new student enrollment

    Any new student (kindergarten – grade 12) planning to attend Grant County Schools during the 2010-2011 school year is encouraged to complete enrollment paperwork at the Grant County Schools Welcome Center. You must register by calling the center, at 859-428-5499, to schedule an appointment.

  • GCHS graduate studies agriculture in Scotland

    Growing up on a farm, Lindie Huffman learned to love all aspects of agriculture.

    Now, the 22-year-old is hoping to turn that passion into a career while studying agriculture education at the University of Kentucky and half way across the world.

    “I can’t decide if I like produce or livestock or mechanics,” said Huffman, a 2006 Grant County High School graduate. “I like it all. That way of life has given so much to me that I want to give back.”

  • Williamstown sets enrollment dates

    Any parent/guardian wishing to enroll their child in the Williamstown Independent School District as a new student for the 2010-2011 school year may pick up an enrollment packet from the Williamstown Board of Education Office.

    The completed paperwork and required documentation may be returned to the board of education office during regular business hours or returned to the Williamstown Welcome Center during open enrollment from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. July 8 and July 22 and from 5 to 8 p.m. July 21.

  • Williamstown announces honor roll for juniors, seniors

    A HONOR ROLL – fourth nine weeks

    June 2010

    Sixth grade

    McKenna Brewer

    Andrew Davis

    Olivia Dezarn

    Chasity Evans

    Megan Garrison

    Cassidy Hess

    Avery March

    Carly Middleton

    Rachel Montgomery

    Savanna Moss

    Hannah Scroggins

    Samantha Souder

    Seventh grade

    Jacelyn Adams

    Christopher Albers

    Allyson Burton

    Derek Cummins

    Savanna Grissett

    Lauren Harmon

    Emily Garrison

    Brooklyn Wainscott

  • Slidin’ and bouncin’ away at DRE
  • GCHS students teach DRE preschoolers
  • Courtney chosen to attend Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders

    Nicole Courtney, a junior at Grant County High School, has been chosen to attend the Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL), sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau.

  • Local students named to CU dean’s and president’s lists

    Lee Michael Page of Crittenden and Aaron Michael Hutchinson of Dry Ridge have been named to the dean’s list at Campbellsville University for the spring 2010 semester. Both students are seniors.

    Sarah Elizabeth Rose, a senior from Dry Ridge, has been named to the president’s list.

  • WHS donates money, supplies to St. Elizabeth cancer center

    Williamstown Independent Schools recently proved that spare pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters add up.

    The Williamstown High School Key Club, a teen service organization through Williamstown Kiwanis, organized the “Coin Battle for Comfort” from April 26-30 in order to raise funds for the St. Elizabeth Grant County Cancer Services Center.

  • Howard recognized as student of excellence

    Jordan Howard of Williamstown has been recognized as a student of excellence in English by the United States Achievement Academy.

    The Academy recognized fewer than 10 percent of all American high school students.

    Howard, who attends Williamstown Middle School, was nominated for this honor by his English teacher, Steve Sigmon.

    Howard is the son of Brian and Stephanie Howard of Williamstown and the grandson of Gary and Pam Humphrey of Crittenden and Shirley and Marilyn Howard Williamstown.