• Roberts named to KCU honor roll

    David Roberts has achieved the honor of being named to the Honor Roll at Kentucky Christian University for the 2014 Spring semester. The honor roll is granted to full-time students who earn a grade point average of 3.3 to 3.74.
    Roberts is a 2013 graduate of Harrison County High School and majors in Worship Ministry and Bible at KCU. He is the son of Mike and Sheila Roberts of Cynthiana.

  • Wurtz graduates

    Cady Wurtz graduated from Kentucky Christian University with  a bachelor’s degree in Bible and Ministry with youth and family emphasis. She was honored on the Dean’s List for Spring 2014. Wurtz is the child of Jeff and Tammy Wurtz of Cynthiana.

  • Campbellsville University honors 166 Kentucky teachers for teaching excellence

    Campbellsville University honored 166 teachers from 58 school districts throughout Kentucky by receiving the Campbellsville University Excellence in Teaching Award Saturday, May 10 at the Ransdell Chapel on the CU campus.
    Bill Goodman, host of “Kentucky Tonight” and “One to One” on Kentucky Educational Television, spoke to the approximate 400 teachers and their guests by discussing “What is a teacher for?”

  • Harrison County ATC
  • Harrison County Area Technology Center
  • Academic briefs

    Audra Lee Isaac graduated from the University of Louisville School of Medicine on May 10, 2014 with a Doctorate of Medicine. She will complete a preliminary medicine year at the University of Louisville affiliated hospitals and a residency in her chosen specialty of dermatology at East Carolina University/Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, N.C.
    Isaac is a 2009 graduate of the University of Kentucky and a 2005 Harrison County High School graduate. She is the daughter of Terry and Libby Isaac.

  • Scouts
  • School Menus

    Monday: Egg and cheese biscuit or yogurt or cereal/toast, juice or pineapple, jelly, milk.
    Tuesday: Breakfast pizza or yogurt or cereal/toast, juice or pineapple, jelly, milk.
    Wednesday: Cinnamon toast or yogurt or cereal/toast, juice or pineapple, jelly, milk.
    Thursday: Pancake dippers or yogurt or cereal/toast, juice or fruit cocktail, jelly, milk.
    Friday: Scrambled eggs/toast or yogurt or cereal/toast, juice or mandarin oranges, jelly, milk.


  • Business classes are beneficial to students regardless of career choice

    No matter what career path a student chooses, having financial literacy is an important part of the education process. The Harrison County Area Technology Center has a variety of courses tailored to just those needs.
    The school offers courses in Business Law, Business Principles, Marketing and Business Management. Instructors Louise Jackson and Sean Murphy said any student in the school system can benefit from taking at least one of them.

  • 3M presents grant to HCHS