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37th District Finals Tonight

Baseball - CCHS vs Scott - 5pm at CCHS

Softball - CCHS vs Brossart - 6pm at Scott


Congratulations to the CCMS Girls’ and Boys’ Track Teams who both won the 2016 Regional Championships! For the Girls, it's back to back Regional wins with a fresh new team. For the boys, it is their first Region Championship in the last 10 years.  Individual Region Champions are as follows: Cooper Ackerson in High Jump (5’4”), Hope Hounshell in Long Jump (school record 15’), the Boys 4x200 relay team (school record 1:41.03) of Porter Hedenberg, Evan Barnes, Josh Pond, and Austin Hammack, the Girls 4x100 relay team (55.47) of Tia Mounts, Paige Wespesser, Sanchia Abdul-Rahim, and Hope Hounshell, the Girls 4x400 relay team (4:36.85) of Hannah Schreiber, Jenna Gies, Grace Moloney, and Tia Mounts, Laney Weinberg in both the 100 (17.61) and 300 (51.65) meter hurdles. Laney Weinberg also walked away with the Top Overall Female Point Scorer Award. Additional school records include Austin Hammack in the 100m dash (12.24), the Boys 4x800 relay team (9:27.47) of Nick Cartwright, Cooper Ackerson, Jordan Hartig, and Noah Slone.

Congratulations Camels!

Congratulations Track and Field State Qualifiers

Congratulations to the following Track and Field State Qualifiers. The KHSAA State Track Meet will be held this Saturday, May 28 at 4:30pm at UK.

Becca Cline - in the 100m Hurdles and 300 meter hurdles
Gracie Florimonte- 1600 meter run and 3200 meter run
Kayla Kavanaugh- 800 Meter Run
4x800 of Gracie Florimonte, Sidney Reagor, Kayla Kavanaugh, and Allison Franzen
Sidney Reagor- 1600 meter run, 3200 meter run
4x400 meter Relay- Brittany Rust, Devan Carrigan, Becca Cline, Kayla Kavanaugh
Brittany Rust- High Jump and 300 meter Hurdles
Olivia Cassinelli- Discus
Kaylee Johnson- Discus
Laney Weinberg- High Jump

Shawn McGrath- Pole Vault
Parker Younse- 400 meter dash
Dalton Bates- Triple Jump
4x800- McGrath, Rauch, Slone, Younse

CCHS Band Director Named As a Music Educator Grammy Quarter-Finalist

Congratulations to CCHS Band Director Nick Little on being named as a Music Educator Grammy Quarter-finalist! A total of 290 quarter-finalists from 264 cities across 41 states have been announced as nominations. In total, more than 3,300 nominations were submitted from all 50 states. This is quite an accomplishment! Semifinalists will be announced in September.

Click here to read more about this prestigious award and for more information please visit http://www.grammyintheschools.com/programs/grammy-music-educator-award.

Congratulations Nick!

Algebra I and Geometry Placement Tests for Incoming Parochial Students

CCHS will offer the Algebra I and/or Geometry placements tests for incoming students from parochial schools on Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at 9:00A, 909 Camel Crossing, Alexandria, KY.  This is for any student who has taken an Algebra 1 or Geometry class in their parochial school and would like to receive high-school credit and proceed to the next level. 


For additional information, contact Michelle Carrigan at michelle.carrigan2@campbell.kyschools.us.  


Registration for all summer sports camps is now available. There are multiple camps to choose from, so sign-up today!

Click here for registration information.

Congratulations Youth Track Participants

This year, over 180 Campbell County Elementary students participated in the Campbell County Schools Youth Track Program. 

Congratulations to the runners from Reiley Elementary who placed 1st, followed by Campbell Ridge Elementary in 2nd and Grant’s Lick Elementary in 3rd. Great job to all of the runners for an outstanding season!


Congratulations to the following CCHS Student/Athletes for being named to the Cincinnati Enquirer Winter All-Stars.

Boys basketballFirst Team – Matt Wilson, Honorable Mention – Cole Hegyi, Garren Bertsch, Trent McGovney

Girls BasketballFirst Team – Taylor Jolly, Second team Taylor Clos, Honorable Mention – Kylie Kramer and Mackenzie Schwarber

Boys BowlingSecond Team Luke Haigis, Austin Hitt, Jake Barton

Girls BowlingFirst Team Kaylee Hitt, Honorable Mention Carla-Ann Henry

Girls SwimmingHonorable Mention – Abbie Loesch and Marion Teimeier

Wrestling - Wrestler of the Year – Tanner Yenter – First team – Tanner Yenter, Bryan Spahr, Brett Graziani, Second Team – Thomas Ketchen-Carter, Brady Wells, Dakota Lillie, Honorable Mention – Collin Barrett, Hunter Parnell, Jared Stadtmiller

State Tennis Tournament Qualifiers

Congratulations to the following CCHS tennis players for qualifying for the state tournament which begins Thursday, May 19 in Lexington.


CCHS Tennis State Qualifiers


Anderson McDowell-8th-Regional finalist

Jake Walters-12th-Regional semi-finalist

Mason Geiman-12th-Regional semi-finalist


Rachel Crigler-12th-Regional semi-finalist

Lauren Sebastian-12th-Regional semi-finalist

Dana Pangburn-12th-Regional semi-finalist



Interested in introducing your 4th-12th grade girl to STEM careers and educational opportunities?

STEM Girls Day Out is a FREE experiential learning opportunity for female students across Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati! Tuesday, July 19, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.  Click here for more information.

Beat the Summertime Blues at AJ Jolly Park this Summer

A.J. Jolly Park has a lot of exciting things happening this summer to keep those summertime blues away! 

Starting on June 2nd they are offering FREE Events for all ages. There will also be "Movies in the Park", the Country Fest Music Festival on June 18th and the infamous Sun Valley Music Festival on July 9th!  

Click here to view all the exciting events happening this summer at A.J. Jolly!

Congratulations 7th Grade Duke TIP Participants

Congratulations to the following students who were selected and participated in the 2015-2016 7th grade Duke University Talent Identification Program. Students who scored at or above the 95th percentile on their 6th grade KPREP scores were invited to participate.

Kyria Anderson
Gordon Bell
Bailey Biggerstaff
Abigail Clark
Alyana Collins
Joseph Haas
Savannah Krift
Owen Ponting
Grace Songer
Aiden Straus
Blake Weinel

As part of the program, these students all took the ACT this year. Based on the scores they received, five of these students (Kyria Anderson, Savannah Krift, Owen Ponting, Aiden Straus, and Blake Weinel) have been invited to attend the State Recognition Ceremony at Western Kentucky University.One of these students, Abigail Clark, has been invited to attend both the State Recognition Ceremony and the Grand Recognition Ceremony held at Duke University. Abigail received a 27 on her ACT.

Congratulations to all!

Congratulations 6th Grade Duke TIP Participants

Congratulations to the following students who were selected and participated in the 2015/16  6th grade Duke University Talent Identification Program. Students who scored at or above the 95% percentile on their 5th grade KPREP scores were invited to participate.

William Bunning
Brady Delaney
Zachary Dietz
Lillian King
Anna Morris
Carson Pelle
Kaylee Snowball
Andrea Tiemeier
Nicholas Wittrock

Congratulations to all!


WoodmenLife Chapter 918 is once again partnering with the City of Alexandria to host "Summer Movie Nights in the Park".  They will be hosting three FREE movie nights at the Alexandria Community Park and would love to get the word out to the local families in the community.

Click here for more information!


CCHS Sophomore Selected for The Gatton Academy

Congratulations to CCHS sophomore Carly Taylor, who was 1 of 9 gifted Northern KY students selected for The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science! 

Applicants were evaluated based on ACT/SAT scores, high school grades, awards, extracurricular activities, responses to essay and short answer questions and letters of recommendation. Selected students scored an average composite of 30.51 on the ACT and 29.98 on the math portion of the exam.

The Gatton Academy is Kentucky's first state-supported, residential program for high school students with interests in advanced science and math careers and one of only 15 such programs in the nation. In 2012 and 2013, Newsweek named The Gatton Academy the nation's top public high school and in 2014, The Daily Best name The Gatton Academy the nation's top public high school. 

Congratulations Carly! Click here to read more.

CCHS Fine Arts Students Receive Scholarships

CCHS will have their very first Fine Arts signing on Monday, May 16thTwo CCHS Choir students are receiving scholarships to continue in music. 

Destiny Kuhl has been awarded scholarship money for being part of the Thomas More Choirs and Connor Daniels has been awarded a significant scholarship to be a voice major at Eastern Kentucky University.


Congratulations to these fine students!

Camel Family needs your Help

Cohen & Bryce Croley are both 1st graders at Grant’s Lick and they are asking for your help!  Their family is in need of a wheelchair accessible van which they can win if they get enough votes.

Click here for the link to their story on Local 12. A flyer is also attached. A person can vote 1 time per day through May 31st. You do have to register to vote.

Camels unite! Let's make this happen!

Campbell Ridge Comets Succeed in Zaner-Bloser Handwriting Contest

CRES is proud to announce that they had a State Grade-Level Winner at every grade level this year in the Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting Contest!  The winners are:

K – Malena Nichols

1 – Lydia Fry

2 – Kailey Wendel

3 – Emma Westlund

4 – Emily Hanson

5 – Ella Stahl


Congratulations Comets!

Florimonte places in Kentucky Dream Mile

Congratulations to Campbell County Freshmen Gracie Florimonte who participated in the KY Dream Mile on Friday, May 6th in Louisville at St. Xavier High School.  The only NKY runner invited to participate in the event, Florimonte proved she belonged running with the best runners in KY by finishing 8th place (out of 16) while setting a new school record and personal best time with a 5:15 flat mile. Only the top 16 elite boys and girls distance runners from grades 9-12 are invited. The purpose of this event is to bring together, on one night and at one venue, the most elite high school milers from throughout the state, under the most optimal of conditions, at a time of the season to produce times worthy of national recognition. 

Click here to view the Results.

4-H Summer Project Funshops and Camps

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Campbell County Schools is looking for responsible, safety-minded school bus drivers for daily school bus routes, special events and field trips.

The right candidate will need:
• A Clean Driving Record
• A high school diploma or GED
• To be at least 21 years old.
• To pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.

If you do not have your Class B CDL with passenger endorsement, we will train you. We have a complete and thorough in-house training program and are scheduling a class for Summer 2016.

Earn high hourly wages, have flexible hours and help bring your community's future to school today!

Apply Online @ https://campbellcountyschools.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

If these traits describe you --
• Strong Work Ethic
• Dependable
• Positive Attitude
• Organization and Multitasking
• Able to Perform Under Pressure
• Effectively Communicate
• Flexible
• Confident

-- We want you as part of our team!

Dr. David A. Rust Named Superintendent of Campbell County Schools

 Dr. David A. Rust was unanimously named the next superintendent of the Campbell County School District at the Board of Education meeting on April 18th.  Dr. Rust brings a breadth of experience to the district having served 21 years in education.  Dr. Rust will begin his tenure in Campbell County effective July 1st.  Click on the story title for more about Dr. Rust's experiences and achievements. Welcome Dr. Rust!

CCHS Students Place 1st in State in National Economic Challenge

Congratulations to this high school team of 4 students; Eric Bingham, Rachel Crigler, Colton Graham, and Braden Ramsey, who recently competed in the National Economic Challenge, placing 1st in the state of Kentucky and 19th nationally.  

Way to go!


Last Day of School

The last day of school for students will be May 27th.

Class of 2016 Graduation Date has been set

Campbell Co. High School Class of 2016 Graduation will be held at BBT Arena at Northern Kentucky University on Tuesday, May 31st  at 7:00 p.m.

Congratulations CCHS Technology Student Association Students

The Technology Student Association fosters personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM); members apply and integrate these concepts through co-curricular activities, competitions, and related programs.

Please congratulate the following TSA members who placed at the state conference in Louisville:

  • Annie Garcia & Foster Loesch – 1st place in Biotechnology Design
  • Carla Henry – 1st place in Promotional Graphics
  • Foster Loesch – 2nd place in Technology Sketching and Application
  • Jacob Greer – 3rd place Transportation Modeling     
CCHS Culinary Arts Students Competing in Junior Chef Competition

Hannah Rauch, James Rigg, Eric Montgomery, Sarah Begley and Sam Ford will be competing at the regional level in the Junior Chef culinary competition in hopes of moving on to the state finals taking place at the Kentucky State Fair in August. Students have developed a recipe that meets specific state guidelines and ingredient requirements.


CCHS has the privilege of hosting this competition in the culinary arts department on May 10th at 5pm. Students will be competing against either Montgomery or Bourbon County. Students will be judged by 2 Sullivan University Chefs along with Tina Garland from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.


We wish them luck in this exciting event!



The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Northern Kentucky Education Council hosted the 2016 Excellence in Education Celebration on Thursday evening (April 28, 2016), recognizing the investment in excellence from students, teachers, principals, superintendents, business leaders and community partners across the region. This was the fifteenth year for the regional education dinner. Peggy Herald, fifth grade teacher at Grant’s Lick Elementary, was recognized for her outstanding dedication and profound effect on the lives of the children she teaches with a prestigious 2016 Golden Apple Award. She is seen here with her principal, Mr. David Enzweiler and Associate Superintendent of Campbell County Schools, Dr. Shelli Wilson. Other outstanding educators from Campbell County who were nominated include: Elaine Randall from Reiley Elementary, Brad Riley from Crossroads Elementary, Stephanie Allen from Cline Elementary, Melanie Schaefer, District Instructional Coach, Bridgett Brown and Holly Phelps both from Campbell County High School.

Lydia Schneider, senior at Campbell County High School, was the recipient of the Student Leadership Award for exhibiting exemplary characteristics in leadership.  Congratulations!  The future is brighter because of all of you!

Reagor Selected for 16-17 Regional Youth Leadership Program

Congratulations to Sidney Reagor for being selected to represent CCHS in the 2016-2017 Regional Youth Leadership program. Over 130 applications were received and 48 students were selected representing 38 different schools. What an outstanding accomplishment!

Click here to view a full listing of students selected. We are proud of you Sidney!

Brothers Stack Up the Competition

CCMS held a Sport Stacking Competition on Saturday April 23rd. Over 100 kids participated in this annual event! Congratulations to the Schweitzer boys for taking top honors in their respected divisions. Beckett took 1st place in the 1st grade Individual and 3rd in the Relay.  Parker took 1st place in the 4th grade Individual with the fastest time of the day which also earned him the Most Valuable Stacker Award. Parker also earned awards in the Doubles and Relay competitions. 


Congratulations boys! 


Congratulations to the CCMS STLP students for doing an outstanding job at state competition on April 22nd.

Olivia Long and Madison Copes were state finalists in Digital Manipulated Photography. Our Mobile Apps Team "The App Attackers" (Olivia Long, Madison Turner, Harley Merriman, Jocelyn Vasques and Madison Copes) were awarded 1st Place in Mobile App Design. Breanna Collins, Delilah Haas and Emma Davis were also awarded 1st Place in Video Game Design. 

Way to go Camels!

Campbell Nationally Ranked – 9th time in 4 years

CAMPBELL COUNTY SCHOOLS – Campbell County School District learned this week that Campbell County High School has received yet another national ranking. CCHS was ranked as one of “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” by the Washington Post with Campbell County High School ranking 9th out of all public high schools in the State of Kentucky.  Schools who are national ranked are given an index score.   The index score is the number of college-level tests given at a school in the previous calendar year divided by the number of graduates that year. Also noted are the percentage of students who come from families that qualify for lunch subsidies (Subs. lunch) and the percentage of graduates who passed at least one college-level test during their high school career, called equity and excellence, (E&E).

This is the 9th National Ranking for the NKY Campbell County School System in four years. (See rankings below).  The district is also classified as a Distinguished/Progressing District on Kentucky State Assessments. 

Reiley Elementary Teacher wins at State Competition

Congratulations to Bonita Pack, teacher at Reiley Elementary, for winning at the state level for the National Citizenship Education Teachers Award Program for Kindergarten through 5th Grades. She will now be competing at the National Level on June 9th - 12th in Louisville, Kentucky.

Way to go Mrs. Pack! We are proud of you!

Campbell County High School Boasts 14 Governor's Scholars

Campbell County High School submitted 14 Governor's Scholar applicants and all 14 were accepted!  Congratulations to the following students:  Sarah Begley, Bailey Davis, Abigail Davis, Katie Emmett, Colton Graham, Danielle Heiert, Megan Hertzenberg, Karli Kellinghaus, Eric Lauer, Nicholas Padin, Nolan Padin, Morgan Rahe, Emily Robertson and Jamie Styer.  The Governor's Scholars Program strives to enhance Kentucky's next generation of civic and economic leaders.  Established in 1983, the program provides academic and personal growth through the balance of a strong liberal arts program with a full co-curricular and residential life experience. Students must complete an application and compete with others from across the state. Those selected attend the program free of charge.

Campbell County Receives 8th National Ranking in 4 Years!

Campbell County School District learned this morning that Campbell County High School has received yet another national ranking! CCHS received a Silver ranking from U.S. News and World Report ranking CCHS 17th in the State of Kentucky and 1606 in the nation.  A three-step process determined the Best High Schools. The first two steps ensured that the schools serve all of their students well, using their performance on the math and reading parts of their state proficiency tests as the benchmarks. For those schools that made it past the first two steps, a third step assessed the degree to which schools prepare students for college-level work.

This is the 8th National Ranking for the NKY Campbell County School System in four years! The district is also classified as a Distinguished/Progressing District on Kentucky State Assessments. WAY TO GO CAMELS!


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Please click here for more information and class schedules.

To register visit, www.youngrembrandts.com/northernky-southwestoh or call our office at (513) 283-6169.

Best Practices in Kindergarten Readiness!

Wondering how to have your child kindergarten ready?  Check out this video developed by Children, Inc. covering important practices drawn from what we know about childhood brain development! Click here for video.  For more information regarding how to have your child kindergarten ready, please contact Myssi Turner at 635-2173.