• Grant County Army JROTC Raiders

    The Grant County High Schools Army JROTC Raider Team competed at Southern Magnet High School in Louisville against 23 other high schools that entered two Raider teams each for a total of 46 competing Raider Teams made up of 460 JROTC cadets. These JROTC teams came from Tennessee, Kentucky, Michigan, Indiana and Ohio which made the competition extremely tough. There were two National Championship teams there.


    Grant County students named Senator Jeff Green Scholars


    Alec Dalton is the Williamstown High School Youth Performance Award winner for September.
    He is a senior at WHS and is the son of Sonya and Brian Linder and Greg and April Dalton.

    Extra-curricular activities: I am involved in band. I am currently a member of the trumpet section and have been apart of the state runner-up the last two years. I’m also involved in the National Honor Society, baseball, Key club and S.W.A.T (Students With A Testimony)

    Community involvement: I am an active member of my churches mission trips and church work.

  • Strike Up the Band

    WHS Marching Band places third at Eastern Eagle Classic

  • DOUBLE VISION? Teens take message on the road

    Fourteen local students have taken a unique approach to promoting the prevention of alcohol, tobacco and drug use among Grant County youth.


    2012 graduates
    National College

    The Florence Campus of National College announced the graduates in the class of 2012. The following students received their degrees and diplomas at the graduation ceremony held on May 22 at Receptions Banquet Hall:
    • Stephanie M. Welch of Berry
    • Natasha Y. Jenkins of Corinth
    • Brandi L. Woods of Corinth
    • Melissa A. Edington of Dry Ridge
    • Sarina B. Hardin of Dry Ridge
    • Tara L. Murphy of Dry Ridge

  • Regional officers from GCHS attend annual FCCLA conference

  • Local residents recognized at Masonic Annual Dinner

    Three Grant County residents were recently honored by the Grant 85 Masonic Lodge for contributions to their community and as scholarship recipients.

    Those honored include:

    • Harry Readnour, a minister and an officer in the corrections field is from the Corinth-Cordova area. He was recognized by Fred Jernigan, Jr. on behalf of the Lodge and the Grand Lodge of Kentucky, F&AM, for 40 years of service and study.

  • Helmer receives KFC scholarship

    The KFC Colonel’s Employee Scholarship was founded to honor the memory of Colonel Harland Sanders. To continue to honor the Colonel’s passion for education, KFC announced the first group of KFC Colonel’s Employee Scholarship winners.


    Parents or legal guardians can pick up schedules and update information for students in all grades from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. between July 24 through Aug. 13. School Fees are $10.
    All parents are required to bring in proof of residency. All sixth grade students must have an updated school physical and immunization prior to school beginning.
    • Aug. 6 - Sixth grade “Meet and Greet” can pick up schedules and meet teachers in classroom from 5:30 to 7 p.m.