• CAC Honor Roll | Fourth Nine Weeks 2015


    All A

    Ella Rose Tiller, Quinn Willhoite, Kaseton Tilley and Hannah Weedman.


    Patrick Parker, Kylee McAlister, Faith Combs, Shaela Baker, Robbie Browning, Cheyanne Worley, Amberly Carli, Miguel Cucio, Emma Craig and Emma Sprague.

    First Grade

    All A

    Josh Shea, Katherine Southworth, Savannah Taylor Kyan Johnson and Braelyn Willen.


    Jacoby Dukes, Adara Hon, Destin Noffsinger, Houston Parker, Zachery Richards and Bayli Taylor.

    Perfect Attendance

  • Damron recognized as a 2015 Hutton Scholar

    Haley Damron of Carrollton was one of 43 undergraduate students at the University of the Cumberlands who was named a Hutton Scholar during the annual commencement ceremony in the O. Wayne Rollins Center.

    The Hutton Leadership and Community Service Program is a four-phase program providing leadership training and community service opportunities for the UC students.

  • Hogan honored as a NAIA Scholar-Athlete

    Cumberland University and Carroll County native Quincy Hogan and teammate Katie Legge were named a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes.

    Student-athletes must be a junior or senior academically and maintain a 3.50 grade-point-average to be eligible for the award. Hogan has a 3.94 in Child Growth and Learning and Legge posted a 3.53 GPA in Management. A total of 129 student-athletes were recognized nationally.

    Hogan is the daughter of Bill and Dawn Hogan of Carrollton.

  • Kentucky, district stand out for graduation rate

    This year’s Carroll County High School graduates have accomplished much. Years of work and learning are coming to a close, and the end is in sight. While, in many ways, high school graduation is just the beginning of the working and the learning, it is still the closing of a chapter.

  • Congrats, grads!
  • Against All Obstacles: Chavez overcomes racial discrimination; dreams of becoming a teacher

    After years of racial discrimination in elementary through high school from classmates and even teachers, Nikki Chavez had given up on her dream of becoming a teacher. But an internship at Trimble County Public Library re-inspired the Christian Academy of Carrollton graduate to pursue a double major in elementary education and Spanish next year at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich., becoming the first person in her family to attend college.

  • Against All Obstacles: Young defies odds with support, love; set to graduate, go to college

    Carroll County High School senior Sabrina Young will be the first in her family to attend college when she arrives on campus at Western Kentucky University. But that achievement is overshadowed by the path she had to follow to even get to high school graduation.

  • Carroll students enrolled in iLead class of 2019
  • Tentative budget set, middle school construction continues

    The Carroll County Board of Education passed a tentative $24.7 million budget for the 2015-16 school year that includes a two percent salary increase, two school buses, furniture for the middle school, Carroll County’s share for the iLead Academy and a bus maintenance vehicle.

    The tentative budget, passed May 21 at its regular meeting, totals $24,720,255. There is a contingency of $2,781,237, which is 7.8 percent of the budget. The state requirement is 2 percent.

  • Winn reading incentive program

    The Kathryn Winn reading incentive program lasted for two weeks.  The goal was a push to get children to read in the classroom whenever they have a chance.  The top three classes in every grade K-2 were the winners and were rewarded with time to enjoy an obstacle course and bouncy house with a slide. The student who read the most books in each class was allowed to participate in an ice cream party. 

    The following were the class winners: