When Harrison County schools’ leadership looks at rankings for the last three years, they like what they see.
“There’s been great strides,” said Superintendent Andy Dotson, who received the last rankings last week.
As a school district, Harrison County has improved from 107th in 2008 to 52nd in 2011. These rankings are based on the Kentucky Core Contest Testing results.
Each of Harrison County’s six public schools showed academic growth.