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News and Articles

  • Last Day of School Set

    THE CALENDAR!!  Please be advised that on April 15th the Board of Education approved a plan establishing the last day for students this year and a waiver request was submitted to the Kentucky Department of Education on April 16th.  Pending approval of the waiver request for 1.96 hours of make-up time (to reach the required 1,062-hour minimum), the last day for students will be Friday, June 6th.  Additionally, school WILL BE IN SESSION on Election Day, May 20th, AND Memorial Day, May 26th.  The district recognizes the importance of Memorial Day and would rarely use it as a school day, but it is necessary to prevent students from attending school during the second week of June.  School employees will work during the second week of June to complete contract requirements.  The High School graduation date will be confirmed by the high school after the waiver request is approved by the State.


  • Thank you to our Sponsors

    The Montgomery County School System would like to thank the generous sponsors who supported first-class appreciation dinners for school employees in April.  Click the title link for a complete list.

  • Anjela Alicea Signs with Asbury

    Congratulations to MCHS Senior Anjela Alicea and her family. She signed on April 15th to play soccer with Asbury University in the fall.


  • Support FFA - Test Drive a Truck

    Supporters can help raise funds for the Montgomery County FFA Chapter through the Ram Truck Test Drive program.  Ram Truck will donate $20 to FFA for every test drive completed at Tanner Chrysler Products in Stanton, Kentucky on Saturday, April 19th from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.  Click here for more information.


  • E-Link

    The April 11, 2014 E-LINK newsletter has been posted to the website.  Click here to view it.


  • Taylor Bowman Selected for Gatton Academy

    Congratulations to Montgomery County Accelerated Academy -MC2 sophomore Taylor Bowman, and parents Jason and Shawna Bowman, for Taylor's selection for the Gatton Academy. Click the title link for additional details.


  • Shrek the Musical

    Don't miss this year's fantastic production as Montgomery County High School presents Shrek The MusicalTickets at the door will be $8 for students and $10 for adults.  Show times are listed below.


  • April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

    Click the title link to learn more about Child Abuse Prevention Month and how you can participate, such as wearing blue on April 9th and attending an informational meeting on April 24th.


  • Camp SMILE

    Camp SMILE (Sharing Memories in a Loving Environment) is provided for children ages 7-17 who have suffered the loss of a loved one.  It is a free community service offered by St. Claire Regional Hospice, Pallative Care, and the Morehead State University Department of Nursing.  The camp is May 30 - June 1st.  Click here for more details.

  • Mt. Sterling Elementary Wins Blood Drive Competition

    Congratulations to Mt. Sterling Elementary School for claiming the trophy in the Kentucky Blood Center's 8th Annual Montgomery County Elementary Blood Drive Competition. Mt. Sterling Elementary had 35 donors, which translates to 105 lives saved. Mapleton Elementary had 28 donors and Camargo Elementary had 26. Total donations provided for 267 lives saved.


  • MCHS Powerlifting Team Wins Another One

    The Montgomery County High School Powerlifting Team continues to dominate. This past Saturday the team won the Laurel County Weight Meet, with 14 schools competing. Eight MCHS lifters finished in the top 3 in their weight class: 1st - Hogan Gagle, Zach Roland, Skyler Martin; 2nd - Alex Shkraba, Jarod Johnson, 3rd - Mason Gooch, Hunter Martin, Cody Sutphin.  This follows a first place finish in a Boyd County Meet on March 15th.


  • MCHS Mock Trial Claims Another State Championship


    The Montgomery County High School Mock Trial Team (Red) won its 4th consecutive and 13th overall State Championship on March 16th, with the Blue Team finishing the competition in 4th place.  The Red Team advances to national competition to be held in Wisconsin in May.


  • 10th Region All-Region Team

    Congratulations to Montgomery County High School's All-Region Team Members. Seniors Bryan Wallace and Darius Jones were named to the 10th Region Team by the region's coaches and Senior Deante Cisero received an Honorable Mention.


  • Kindergarten Registration

    Kindergarten registration is scheduled for April 16th and 17th.  Click here for details.


  • Montgomery County Schools - Best Place to Work

    The Montgomery County School System was the only school district in the state named as a 2014 Best Places to Work in Kentucky competition award winner and one of only 29 listed in the large company category (500 or more employees). The Best Places to Work program is operated by the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management and the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, and is based on FORTUNE magazine’s "100 Best Companies to Work for in America."

    Click here to view the complete news release.


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