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Principal's Message

Hello Camel Students and Parents: This is Adam Ritter, Principal at Campbell County High School. We have been working very hard over the summer and are excited to get the 2017 / 2018 school year started. I hope you are working hard on your summer work and are excited about the classes that you have selected. As we get close to the August 16th first day for students I wanted to communicate with you some upcoming events and initiatives. As we begin the new school year I wanted to thank ...
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Taylor Clos & Mackenzie Schwarber - Team All State

Senior, Taylor Clos, named First Team All State finishing as the Camel' all-time leader in scoring (2,521) and assists (516).

Senior, MacKenzie Schwarber, named Third Team All State


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Camel Athletic Boosters - The Booster Bash


CCHS artists don't mess around!

The Northern Region Art Awards Competition was held during the weekend of March 9th. Out of CCHS's 17 entries, 14 earned recognition

Congratulations to:

Jessie Kuebbing       Ashlynn Hill       Casey Rauch       Tabitha Phelps       Kylie Ward

Audrey Rowland     Haley Wilkens    Clohe Bischoff     Alyssa Ramey        Shane Gilbert

Erica Guevara        Hailey Palladino   Katie Mitchell      Nathan Joyner


Click READ MORE below to see what each student received

Student ties for 3rd place in Regional Skills USA competition in Masonry Eason

Congratulations to Dylan Eason on his tie for 3rd place in the Regional Skills USA competition in Masonry.  Dylan will represent the CCATC at the State Competition in Louisville on April 11th-14th in the Team Works competition.


Campbell County High School named Mike Woolf as its new head football coach.

Coach Woolf is a 1988 graduate of Covington Catholic High School and played on the school’s first KHSAA Class AAA State Championship football team in 1987.  Woolf was a First Team All-State selection by the Louisville Courier-Journal in 1987 and also a finalist for the Mr. Kentucky football award. 

Woolf graduated from Thomas More College in 1995 where he was a part of the TMC football team and was named a NCAA Division III All-American in 1992 and 1993.  Woolf was named team MVP in 1991, 92, and 93. 



Please click the Read More to the right for the full Press Release.

CCHS Academic Team wins the 9th Region Governor's Cup Gov Cup Team

The Campbell County High School Academic Team won the championship of the 9th Region Governor's Cup held at Notre Dame Academy, with the 3rd highest point total in the state. The team qualified for the state tournament in 16 student/group categories, the most in the state. The Quick Recall Team won first place, winning the final two hard-fought matches with Simon Kenton. The FPS Team was ranked 1st by each of the graders to win in that category. In written assessments, Mitchell Turner took 1st Place in both Mathematics and in Science, ranking 4th in the state in each of those. Joel Sebastian won 1st Place in Social Studies. This is the 7th consecutive year that CCHS has won the 9th region title. The team now prepares for the state tournament in March.

Are you in need of housing repairs?

Are you a homeowner whose home is in need of some desperate repairs? Are you struggling to find the money to fix them? There is a group of volunteers coming to NKY in June, to do just that by performing outside home repairs, building ramps, roofing, etc.

If this sounds like a service you could benefit from, please contact one of the Youth Service Center or Family Resource Centers at any of the schools and we can begin the application process for you.

Information regarding 5th to 6th grade transition nights Transition Night Information

Please see attached information regarding 5th to 6th grade transition nights.