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  • MCHS and McNabb Middle Students Attend KUNA

    Montgomery County High School and McNabb Middle School attended the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA) in Louisville earlier this month. Both groups represented the country of Australia. The students had to write and debate UN Resolutions from the perspective of Australia, create a global village display, and wear native dress of their country. The high school won the Delegation of Excellence Award, and Gracie Johnson won Outstanding Ambassador, as well as being accep...ted into the prestigious Y-Corps and Conference on National Affairs programs. McNabb Middle student Caroline Bruening was nominated by multiple delegations for her hard work and dedication as parliamentarian. Seth Thorpe won an Outstanding Speaker Award, Jacey Whaley received the Outstanding Ambassador Award, and the group also won the Delegation of Excellence Award. The club is sponsored by Allison Whaley.



  • Parent M-Link

    This week's edition of the Parent M-Link has been posted.  Click here to view.


  • Powerlifting Team Going "Strong"

    The MCHS Powerlifting Team won the 2nd Annual Boyd County Powerlifting meet held March 21st with 67 points. The team had 7 students that finished in the top 3 of their weight class.


  • Aiyanna Jones Receives Achiever of the Year Award

    Congratulations to MCHS senior Aiyanna Jones who will receive the YMCA Black Achievers Youth Achiever of the Year Award in a March 28th ceremony in Lexington. Aiyanna has been an active participant in the Black & Hispanic Achievers Program


  • Girls' Track Team Wins Mayor's Cup

    Congratulations to the MCHS Girls' Track Team for claiming the cup in the Mayor's Cup Tournament hosted in Montgomery County on March 21st. This is a repeat win for the team, which is coached by LTC (Ret.) Edward Stepanchuk. The team is shown with Mt. Sterling Mayor, Gary Williamson. The MCHS JROTC Color Guard presented at the opening ceremony.

  • 2015-16 School Calendar

    The school calendar for the 2015-16 school year has been approved. Click here to view


  • MCHS Graduation is Scheduled for Friday, May 29, 2015

    If no further days are missed Montgomery County High School graduation has been scheduled for Friday, May 29th at 7:00 p.m. in the Arena.


  • Spring Break

    School will be in session on March 30th - April 1st.  School will be closed on April 2nd and 3rd for Spring Break.

  • It's Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!

    Mary Poppins is coming!  Mark your calendars for the Annual Robert C. Haynes Montgomery County High School Musical!  Mary Poppins will be presented on April 17th at 7:01 p.m., April 18th at 2:30 p.m. and 7:01 p.m., and April 19th at 2;30 p.m.  The cost is $10 for adults and $8 for students.  Click the title link above to see some sneak peeks of the production!

  • FFA Regional Wins Lead to State

    Congratulations to the following students that qualified for state at the Licking River Regional FFA Day:  Sarah Holder - 1st Fruit & Vegetable Impromptu, Kevin Newton - 1st American Institute of Cooperatives (AIC), Joy Pidgorodetska - 1st Environmental Impromptu, Rylee Stafford - 1st Small Animal Impromptu, Brooke Young - 1st Forestry Impromptu, Haley Warner - 2nd Crops Impromptu

  • FBLA Excels in Regional Competition

    Congratulations to Montgomery County ATC FBLA students who won 19 total awards at the regional FBLA conference in Morehead on March 11th! The students will now advance to compete at the state level in Louisville in April.  Click here to see details about the regional success.

  • MCHS Chess Team Goes to State

    The Montgomery County Chess team finished tied for sixth in the state for the 2014-2015 season. The team finished second overall in the region this past school year and has gone from the 14th best team in the state in 2013 to the 6th best in the state in 2015. Congratulations to all the chess players on a wonderful season. Chess Team coaches are Head Coach Brandon Richards and Assistant Coach Jeff Stein.

  • State Art Winners Recognized

    Congratulations to MCHS art students Madison McVey and Taylor McCarty. They placed first in the Kentucky Agricultural Poster/Essay Contest and were recognized on March 13th at a luncheon featuring Miss Kentucky. Jennifer Billings is their art teacher.

  • District Administration Magazine District of Distinction

    The School System has been selected as a District of Distinction by the national District Administration magazine. Montgomery County was one of 62 districts selected from among 21 different states.  The honor was specifically based on the iRead to Succeed reading program. Click here for more information about the Districts of Distinction and access to a link listing the 2015 honorees.

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