• Changes made in Kentucky GED program

    The GED program in the state of Kentucky has recently undergone some important changes for the benefit of the students working to complete the work and pass the test.  
    This new test was in place beginning in January 2014.  Some of those changes include:
    •The test now covers four areas, Reasoning Through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies
    •The question forms vary from multiple choice to fill in the blank, drag and drop,  hot spots, short answer and extended responses.  

  • HCHS band participates in KMEA District Festival Assessment

    On Saturday, March 22, 20 students from the Harrison County High School Band participated in the KMEA District Solo and Ensemble Festival Assessment held at Twenhofel Middle School in Independence, Ky.
    Twenty-five events were performed by HCHS students including 11 solos, six duets, four trios, two quartets, one sextet and one seven-member percussion ensemble.
    All but one of these events received a distinguished rating from the KMEA adjudicators.

  • Harrison County FBLA receives awards at Region 4 Conference

    On March 11, 17 members of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) from Harrison County ATC traveled to Northern Kentucky University to compete at the Region 4 FBLA Conference. Students had a great time competing in events, making new friends, and attending the talent show.

  • Harrison County students participate in KUNA conference

    Harrison County High School was recently represented by nine students at the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA) which was held March 9-11 at the Crowne Plaza in Louisville.

  • Charles Tribble Conservation scholarships available

    The Harrison County Soil & Water Conservation District has two scholarships available for 2014. There are two $1,000 scholarships in memory of the late Charles Tribble available through the local conservation district office.
    Scholarship applications are open  any high school senior or graduate who is a resident of Harrison County and who will be enrolled in a conservation, environmental and/or science program of studies.
    Applications are due to the conservation district by March 31, 2014.

  • Harrison County Skills USA students participates in regional competition

    On March 7, 26 Skills USA members from the Harrison County ATC Chapter competed in the Regional Skills USA Competition held in Lexington at BCTCS.
    Students participating were from the construction, auto tech, information technology, welding, industrial maintenance and  CMM (Computerized Manufacturing Machining) programs.

  • School Menus

    MONDAY: French toast sticks, string cheese or cereal, toast, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.
    TUESDAY: Sausage biscuit or cereal, toast, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.
    WEDNESDAY: Cinnamon toast, Gogurt or string cheese or cereal, toast, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.
    THURSDAY: Breakfast pizza or cereal, toast, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.
    FRIDAY: Cinnamon rolls, Gogurt, toast or cereal, toast, fruit or juice choice, choice of milk.


  • Uniform

    Private Morgan Florence a 2013 graduate from Harrison County High School graduated Marine Corps Boot Camp on Feb. 14. She will be departing for Marine Combat Training in Camp Lejuene, N.C. this weekend where she will be one of the first groups of females to attend Infantry Training Battalion School. After completion she will be training to become a motor transportation and vehicle repair specialist.

  • Doram enrolled in dual credit classes at MCTC/Licking Valley Campus

    Jordan Doram, a senior at Harrison County High School, is also dual enrolled at MCTC/Licking Valley Campus.  
    She has already successfully completed 15 credit hours on the Hilltop, and she is planning to transfer these credits to a four-year university.
    Doram said she focused on getting college started so that when she goes to a university she will be able to take the classes she needs in her major.  
    It is her plan to major in a field that will enable her to work in the field of athletic training. She hopes to play college basketball as well.

  • Health Sciences student is fulfilling dream

    When Justin Gasser was in middle school, he was already special. He was bright. He did well in school. He had plenty of friends. While all that is nice, it isn’t entirely special.
    However, Justin also had something else. He had a rare heart condition. In fact, he was one of only five cases in the entire US that year and had to be admitted to the intensive care unit.