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  • Recognition at May Board Meeting

    At Tuesday night's (5/25/16) board meeting several students and teachers were recognized.  Click here to read more.


  • Director of Secondary Schools Announced

    Mrs. Rhonda Schornick has been named Director of Secondary Schools for the Montgomery County School District. Click here to read the news release.


  • KY State Police Sponsors KY-Alive at 25

    Attention MCHS Parents and Students:


    The KY State Police, Toyota, and the National Safety Council are joining forces with KY high schools and local businesses to sponsor KY-Alive at 25, an innovative 4 hour defensive driving course designed to teach young drivers, ages 16-24, how to avoid traffic violations, accidents, and fatalities.  This free course is accredited and meets the KY Graduated License Program 4 hour requirement.  Alive at 25 will be held Saturday, May 28th, from 8 AM to noon at Fire Station 6 located at 225 Oak Grove Drive, across from Cooper Standard.  Contact Detective Nathan Shortridge of the KY State Police at 859-585-2503 to register.

  • MCHS Bass Fishing - State Championship

    This past weekend the MCHS Bass Fishing Team competed at the KHSAA State Bass Championship in Gilbertsville, KY on Kentucky Lake.  Three teams from Montgomery County qualified for the State Championship via the KHSAA Region 4 qualifier at Cave Run Lake.


    Please click the link for more information.

  • Montgomery County Public Library Summer Reading Program 2016

    Come join us for the Summer Reading Program this year at Mt.Sterling-Montgomery County Public Library. Please watch this video and share, it's going to be a fun time!!!

    Registration begins June 1st.Thank you
    Ages 18 months through high school

    Find out about "A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee"



  • Global Graffiti Writing Camp

    This summer Montgomery County students will have the opportunity to attend the Global Graffiti writing camp, Writers of all skill levels are invited to explore and experiment with language in a week long workshop environment featuring freewriting, guest speakers, conferencing, publication and much more! There will be separate camps offered for students grades 4-12, both taking place June 20th-24th. 

    Click here to view more information.


  • Revised Calendar

    Due to legislation passed this legislative session and that went into effect last week, earlier tonight (4/19/16) the Montgomery County Board of Education made some last revisions to the current school year calendar.  Specifically, the changes are:

    • Tuesday, May 17, 2016 (election day) will now be an instructional day.  This was not allowed prior to the legislation that went into effect last week.
    • The last day for students is now Friday, May 27, 2016.
    • Graduation will be held on Friday, May 27, 2016.
    • Closing Day for appropriate staff is Tuesday, May 31, 2016.
    • Monday, May 30, the district will be closed in observance of Memorial Day

    Click here to read more.


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