Superintendent's Message

Dear Parents/Community Members: It is with great excitement that I welcome you back to another exemplary year for Campbell County Schools. As we begin the 2015-16 school year, I remind you of our four district focus points on which we will continue to base our work: Promote High Academic Achievement Enhance Academic and Athletic Facilities Promote School/Community Relations Promote New District-Wide Technologies Through the collective efforts of all of our P-12 ...

District News

Fundraiser for Guidance Counselor Battling Cancer

Volleyball Matches postponed

Volleyball matches on Thursday, October 8th vs Simon Kenton have been postponed to next Thursday night, October 15th. Senior night will take place next Thursday night at about 7:15 pm.  

Congratulations to the CCHS Academic Team

The CCHS Academic Team has had a very successful beginning to the academic competition season, competing in two large tournaments facing top teams from Kentucky and surrounding states. Thirty-two teams, including the top 8 teams from last year’s KY Governor’s Cup, competed in the Glasgow Scottie Tournament on August 30, with the CCHS varsity team compiling a record of 7-3, good for 9th place. In September, 48 teams participated in the Ezell-Harding Tournament in Nashville, with the CCHS varsity compiling a record of 7-1, including a win over DuPont Manual’s top team. The Camels ranked in 5th place overall, which qualified them for a spot in the National Championship NAQT Tournament in Dallas in May. The team record overall at this point in the season is 16 wins and 4 losses, with only one loss coming to a team from Kentucky. The Varsity team is comprised of captain Carly Taylor, Colton Graham, Mitchell Turner, Hayden Hiller, Kyle Houston and Kevin Korth.

Youth Basketball Registration for Grades 1-5

Youth Basketball registration is now open!  The Campbell Co. Youth Basketball League is now accepting applications for CCS students grades 1-5.  The registration window will remain open until October 23rd


Registration forms can be found at each elementary school or on the web at, Youth Sports Registration or click here for a registration form.

CCHS Bowling Tryouts

The CCHS Boys and Girls Bowling Teams will hold tryouts at Southern Lanes on the following dates and times:


10/13- 6pm

10/16- 3pm

10/20- 6pm

10/23- 3pm

The Heroin Crisis In Our Community

Almost everyone knows someone, a family who has been affected by this crisis. If you haven't yet, the odds are that you will. This is an informational meeting that can't be missed! 

Sponsored by St. Elizabeth Physicians and Sisters of Divine Providence, this meeting will be held on Thursday, October 22nd from 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at St. Anne Province Center in Melbourne. Click here for more details.

Kindergarten Student Honored as Honorary Mayor

Congratulations to Teagan Meeks, a Crossroads Elementary Student who was honored as Honorary Mayor at the beginning of the City of Cold Spring Board meeting held on Monday, September 28th.  

Teagan, who is a kindergarten student was being honored as part of the annual tradition of selecting a Cold Spring student to be honorary mayor during a meeting.

Congratulations Teagan!

Golfer Headed to State Tournament

For the first time since 2007, a member of the boys golf team is headed to state! Camel golfer Zach Baynum qualified in dramatic fashion by sinking a putt for par on a playoff hole after a member of the Highlands team missed his. He made it to the playoff hole by shooting a round of 76 (birdies on hole 6 and 13) yesterday at the regional tournament. Zach will be representing Campbell County at the state tournament starting next Monday through Wednesday. As a team, the camels finished 7th out of 15.


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