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FCCLA students attended the Regional FCCLA Officer Training meeting at Maysville Community and Technical College. Camargo's Student Council visited Hope Hill on Valentine's Day. MCIS Leadership Group MSE is a 2017 Kentucky School of Character! McNabb students in Ms. Holland's class modeled for a Cave Man Fashion Show. Preschool students during Read Across America Week. Sterling School Principal Mike Whitaker and students read to kindergartners during Read Across America Week. JR Chef Team recognized at September's Board Meeting for winning the state competition. MCHS Band playing during the Blue/White Basketball Scrimmage. MSE served breakfast for the first responders in the community as part of their September Service Learning project. Cadets dressed in uniform, some in era uniforms, for Mt. Sterling's annual Christmas parade.  McNabb Chess Team finished first in the Quad D Regional Tournament. Camargo's A Night at the Wax Museum. Veterans Day Program at Mapleton Elementary. MCHS Track Team Graduation Swim team member

Welcome to our Distinguished District!

 
VISION:
To lead all of Kentucky's children by achieving top 10 in everything we do
 
MISSION:
To serve as a model by creating and sustaining a top-notch, comprehensive, educational program that serves to promote public schools as the best option for our children and future

News and Articles

  • Title I Services Parent Survey

    Parents of Elementary Students: We need your help! Please take a moment to complete the survey below regarding Title I Services provided at the elementary school level. This will help evaluate services and improve parent communication and involvement. Thank you! The survey will remain open through 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 12th.

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BRQY5KK

    Title One Service Survey

     

  • MCHS Youth ADAPT

    The Montgomery County High School ADAPT (Alcohol, Drug Abuse Prevention Team) is a peer driven effort to educate and prevent alcohol and drug abuse amongst the students of MCHS. This group of students met for the first time on Friday with the Mt. Sterling Police Department. MCHS Youth ADAPT will collect information on current and future drug trends amongst students, once identified the group will develop an educational awareness program to help educate their fellow students.

    MCHS Youth ADAPT group with Chief Charles and K9 Officer Jason Perry.

     

  • Duke TIP

    Five phenomenal 7th graders qualified for state recognition in the Duke Talent Identification Program.  The students take the ACT college entrance exam and any who score at or above the national average for high school students are recognized at the state level in a ceremony. Of those give students, one qualified for GRAND recognition, which includes a special ceremony at Duke University.  Only about 3% of students in the nation achieve at this level.  GRAND RECOGNITION (State plus Duke): Landon Cord; STATE RECOGNITION: Lacey Johnson, Lorien Molstad, Caitlin Reynolds, and Hayden Stull.

    Duke TIP students

     

  • Board Approved Revisions to Calendar

    Earlier this evening, the Montgomery County Board of Education approved revisions to the school calendar as follows:

    The last day for students will be Thursday, May 18th.

    MCHS graduation will be held on Friday, May 19th at 7 p.m.

    The end of the school year is a busy time, including mandatory awards ceremonies, testing, completion and promotion programs** and other events. Please contact your school if you have any questions regarding dates of specific events.

    **Please Note: McNabb’s 8th grade promotion will be held on Thursday, May 18th at 7 p.m.

     

  • Matthew Rutherford Wins T-Shirt Design Contest

    Migrant Education’s Eastern Regional Office began making plans for a summer camp that will be held at Morehead State University in June 2017.  They asked migrant students in grades 8-11 to submit a piece of artwork that will be used as the design for the summer camp t-shirt.  The theme was “Overcoming Obstacles.”   Matthew Rutherford’s design was selected as the winner out of entries from 27 counties.  Matthew is an eighth grade student at McNabb Middle School.  We are very proud of Matthew’s accomplishment! 

    Matthew Rutherford Wins T-Shirt Design Contest

     

  • Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders

    Cotton Seth Thorpe, a 10th grader, has been selected as a Delegate to represent Montgomery County High School and the Commonwealth of Kentucky at the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders to be held June 29, 30 and July 1, 2017, in Boston, Massachusetts.   The Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders, sponsored by the National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists, will honor Delegates and direct them to stay true to their dreams.  The Congress is an academic honors program open only to high-achieving high school students who have a minimum GPA of 3.5 (or equivalent) and committed to the field of science and technology.  During the three-day Congress, Delegates will be mentored by some of the greatest living minds in science – men and women who are literally leading humanity into the 21st century of innovation and discovery.   Speakers will include Nobel Prize Laureates, deans from the world’s top-10 universities, leaders in research and cutting-edge technology, and leaders from private industry.  Congratulations on this remarkable achievement!

    Cotton Seth Thorpe Selected for the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders

     

  • TorchPrep's Summer Intensive Program

    Dear Parents and Students,

    The process of applying to college can be intimidating, and many students and parents worry about one aspect in particular: the ACT® test. A great ACT® score can open doors to funding and admission. With colleges more selective and expensive than ever, an investment in your student’s ACT® score is an investment in their future.

    We are offering our students the opportunity to partner with TorchPrep, an innovative test training program that cracks the code on improving ACT® scores. Make good use of the extra time this summer by enrolling in TorchPrep’s Summer Intensive program. Through strategy-driven training focused on repetition, customization, and student motivation, TorchPrep will help your student overcome the ACT®.

    TorchPrep has continually yielded outstanding ACT® scores for our students. Whether you’re trying to get into the college of your choice or secure scholarship money, TorchPrep is worth it!

    Early Registration Deadline: 5/30/2017

    Learn More

    TorchPrep Training Schedule

     

  • Nathan Turner to Attend Prestigious Craft Academy

    Congratulations to MC2 sophomore, Nathan Turner! Nathan has been selected to attend the prestigious Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics on the campus of Morehead State University.

    While finishing high school, Nathan will attend the Academy and can complete up to two years of university work at no cost.

    Nathan Turner has been selected to attend the Craft Academy.

     

  • Making Up Snow Day: May 16, 2017 (Election Day)

    At last night’s board meeting (3/28/17), the Montgomery County Board of Education agreed to use May 16, 2017 as a make-up day for the snow day that we had on 1/30/17.
    The last day for students on the school calendar (May 18) is correct, contingent upon no other days are missed.

    May 16, 2017 (Election Day) will be a student instructional day.

     

  • Kindergarten Cutoff Age Changing

    The date by which children are eligible to attend kindergarten is changing state-wide beginning next school year.  Traditionally, children have been eligible to attend kindergarten as long as they turned five years old by October 1st of that year.  However, based upon a change in Kentucky law which was passed in 2012, beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, children will need to be five years old by August 1st to be eligible for kindergarten.

    Learn more.
     

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