• Registration seminar for current eighth-graders at CCHS March 3

    The guidance department of Carroll County High School is sponsoring a registration seminar for parents of students who will attend Carroll County High School next school year. Current eighth-grade parents and students will meet with the guidance counselor and career counselor on Thursday, March 3, at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will take place in the CCHS cafeteria, and dinner will be provided.

  • CCHS conferences held in March

    Carroll County High School invites ninth-eleventh grade parents to scheduling conferences. Scheduling conferences will be held in the CCHS library on the following days and times:


    Current ninth graders: Thursday, March 4, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. and

    Friday, March 5, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

    Current eighth graders: Thursday, March 10, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. and  Friday, March 11, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

  • Student of the week (Feb. 11) | Kailey Filacchione Fifth grade

    What is your favorite thing about school and why?

    “Reading because I like to read all kinds of books.”

    What is your favorite subject and why?

    “Social studies because I like learning about history.”

    What was the last book you read? 

    “Hide Out.”

    What was the last movie you saw?  

    “Alvin and the Chipmunks.”

    Where do you want to go to college? 

    “University of Kentucky.”

  • New engineering classes start in August

    Carroll County High School students will have a new engineering class this fall, thanks to a $25,000 grant from the Toyota USA Foundation. The class, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, “teaches students about manufacturing processes, product design, robotics, and automation,” according to the Project Lead the Way website.

  • Museum brings equine, Derby education to students in each of the 120 counties

    Since 2000, Kentucky Derby Museum’s Education Outreach Program has been on a mission to bring lessons in math, science, economics and history to students in each of Kentucky’s 120 counties, using the Kentucky Derby and the Thoroughbred racing industry as a fun hook.

    The Museum’s educators have made 933 school visits to 426 different schools across Kentucky. Overall, the Museum estimates the education team has seen nearly 370,000 students during all of its efforts in the Kentuckiana region.

  • More students needed in Head Start, preschool

    “The early bird catches the worm” is an old saying that is as true for learning as it is for life in general. For example, children who participate in early learning opportunities at the Carroll County Child Development Center are six times more likely to be prepared for kindergarten than are their peers who do not attend and who come from similar socio-economic backgrounds. The data shows that children are more likely to be successful in school when they start early.

  • School Menu | Feb. 11, 2016

    This menu is for Kathryn Winn Primary and Cartmell Elementary Schools, changes for Carroll County High School and Middle School will be italicized.

    Thursday, Feb. 11: Breakfast: Chicken biscuit or mini cinnis and apple; lunch: Pizza crunchers, garden salad, steamed peas, grapes or pineapple tidbits.

  • CCS board members recognized

    Carroll County School Superintendent Bill Hogan recognized the Board of Education members at the Jan. 28, meeting with a certificate of appreciation.

    January was school board recognition month.

    “You do great things for our kids. Don’t ever forget that,” he told the board.

  • Completion deadline Feb. 25 for CCMS project

    Now that the new Carroll County Middle School gymnasium is in use, Marrillia Design and Construction has until Feb. 25, to complete the entire project–both inside and out.

    The middle school boys basketball teams played the first official games on the court Monday, Jan. 25, and the girls teams played two nights later. The gym also is being used for the school’s PE classes.

  • CCHS yearbook – Looking for a few good pictures

    The 96th volume of Carroll County High School’s yearbook, “The Panther Lair,” is on sale now. The $48 yearbooks are packed with pictures and information about the 2015–2016 school year and will be available for pickup in late May.