• CCHS band concert Friday night

    Please make plans to attend the final concert of the 2017/18 school year for the CCHS Bands (Concert, Jazz, Symphonic and Steel Drums) together with the 7th and 8th grade bands from Carroll County Middle School. The concert will be held at 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 27, at the high school gym. This is a fun and relaxing evening of music.

  • Daigle, Heveline win entrepreneurship award

    Carroll County High School freshmen Kennedy Daigle and Luke Heveline were awarded the “Univesity of Louisville Product Innovation Award” at the Lieutenant Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge, held April 10, at the University of Louisville.

  • School Menu | April 19, 2018

    The following is the breakfast and lunch menu for Carroll County Schools:

    Thursday, April 19: Breakfast, French toast sticks with syrup and yogurt or banana bread with yogurt or Pop Tarts and apple; Lunch: Beef or Chicken nachos, lettuce/tomato, salsa/sour cream, queso sauce, refried beans, fiesta rice, banana or pineapple.

    Friday, April 20: Breakfast, Donut or Pop Tarts and banana; Lunch: Fish patty on bun or corn dog, macaroni and cheese, steamed broccoli, cole slaw, Mandarin oranges, or Craisins.

  • CCHS grad accepted to Berea College Entrepreneurship Leadership Institute

    Guillermo Cruz, a 2017 graduate of Carroll County High School, has been selected as one of 20 members for the 15th cohort of the prestigious Entrepreneurship for the Public Good (EPG) program at Berea College this summer. EPG creates a multi-year, interdisciplinary program to teach students both inside and outside the classroom on how to practice and implement Entrepreneurial Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship in rural communities throughout Appalachia.

  • School Menu | April 12, 2018

    Thursday, April 12: Breakfast: Dutch waffle with yogurt or banana bread with yogurt or Pop Tarts and apple; Lunch: Hot dog with bun or BBQ on bun, baked beans, smiley fries, banana or Pear halves.

    Friday, April 13: Breakfast: Cinnamon roll, or Pop Tarts and banana; Lunch: Chicken and cheese quesadilla or grilled cheese, black beans, fiesta rice, corn, fruit sorbet or apple.

  • Educational foundation seeks two at-large directors

    The Educational Excellence Foundation of Carroll County — an independent 501(c)3 — is accepting nominations for its two open positions for at-large directors for 2018 – 2019. All directors serve as volunteers. Individuals may nominate themselves.

  • Carroll County High School Honor Roll | April 12, 2018

    Due to an error by Carroll County High School, the honor roll was incorrect in last week’s News-Democrat.

    Infinite Campus does not recognize a “P” grade as being an A or a B. Thus, the following students were left off of the honor Roll due to having a “P” in their online classes at CCHS for the third nine weeks:

    Ninth-Grade All A

    Gabby Bowen and Bailey Mefford.


    All A

  • Carroll County Middle School Honor Roll | April 5, 2018

    Sixth Grade

    All A’s

    Cole Brown, Cameron Butcher, Cristian Castillo-Hernandez, Rileigh Darnold, Kaitlyn Dukes, Seth Franklin, Keagan Hatton, Grayson Kinman, Jaden Lark, Alexis Lipe, Jacob Long, Reagan Miller, Mayra Nava, Sanchez, Gavin Pella, Johnny Scherder, Coleton Sellers, Desiree Skaggs, Jacob Spenneberg and Ayden Taylor.


  • Carroll County High School Honor Roll | April 5, 2018

    Ninth Grade

    All A’s

    Kaytln Colston, Gracie Craig, Kennedy Daigle, Kyle Deaton, Claire Harris, Danyn Johnson, Grace Long, Kaitlyn Osborne, Cameron Phillips, Cheyenne Smith and Lily Young.


    Wyatt Adair, Charlsie Couch, Dante Cruz, Peyton Devine, Sarah Espinoza, Taylor Franklin, Caleb Grathler, Erica Heck, Jaiden Jones, Bailey Leap, Sarah Marshall, Mya McAllister, Quinn Miller, Sarah Richter, Trinity Robbins, Hailey Robbins, Megan Sculley, Makayla Sea, Jasmine Simmons, Brandi Strothman, Benjamin Watkins and Hannah Welch.

  • Blackburn selected to Regional FFA Officer team

    On Thursday, March 22, the Carroll County FFA was honored to be represented by Baily Blackburn and Mariah Adair, both pursuing a higher office beyond their chapter.

    Mariah Adair, a senior FFA member, interviewed against seven other top notch regional members for the chance to seek a state officer position.

    “Although she did not advance, we could not be more proud of her effort and determination to go beyond her limits,” Carroll County FFA advisor Mackenzie Wright said.