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Chipotle Fundraiser

Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to
support Campbell County High School Choirs. Come in to the
Chipotle at 2527 Wilson Ave in Highland Heights on Tuesday,
December 12th between 4:00pm and 8:00pm. Bring in this
flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re
supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds
will be donated to Campbell County High School Choirs.

Congratulations CCHS Competition Cheer Squad cheerleading pic

Congratulations to the CCHS Competition Cheer Team for finishing 9th in the state at the KHSAA state competition!

Three Students from CCS participated in the Fourth Annual State Spelling Bee for hard of hearing students

Campbell County Schools was very proud to send three students to the Fourth Annual State Spelling Bee for students who are deaf or hard of hearing: Kaitlyn Moffett, 9th grader at Campbell County High School, Lacey Carson, 4thgrader at Crossroads Elementary School, and Asha Burada, 1st grader at Cline Elementary School. All the students represented Campbell County after placing first or second at a regional spelling bee in October. At the state competition Asha Burada won 1st place in the 1st-2nd grade division and Lacey Carson won 3rd place in the 3rd-4th grade division. All of these students were excellent representatives of Campbell County Schools.

Please congratulate the following students on passing the MOS Certification for Word...
  • Chris Fox
  • Lexi Schiffmeyer
  • Aaron Smith
Congratulations, CCHS teacher, Amanda Arthur!

Congratulations to CCHS teacher, Amanda Arthur, for being selected to the Kentucky Department of Education English Language Arts Standards Advisory Panel Committee.  She will be attending her first work session January 31st through February 2nd in Frankfort.  This was a very intensive application process and we are very proud to have Amanda representing our school district!

Discount Cards are still available! discount cards

The Campbell County Football program has several left over discount cards from our Fundraiser this past August. The card is good through July 1, 2018 and we are selling them at a discounted rate of $10 until they are gone.

The card has several good discounts as you can see below. The card also includes Key Tabs for $5 of $30 at Texas Roadhouse and Free $20 game play with purchase of $20 game play at Dave and Busters. The Sam’s tab comes with a gift card at renewal of membership.

Cards are $10. If you are interested, please send an email to Coach Lickert at Stephen.lickert@campbell.kyschools.us. We can make the transaction through the school to school pony. Make checks payable to Campbell County Football.

Thanks for your support.

Information Regarding Possible School Closing!

Please click here for possible school closing information.

Girls Basketball Preview in NKy Tribune Taylor Clos

The CCHS Girls' Basketball team was recognized in the NKY Tribune. Click here to read more about their exciting upcoming season.


Wrestling Team Finishes First Place at the Bryan Station Invitational

Congratulations to the CCS wrestling team who placed first in the Bryan Station Invitational this past weekend!

Dual Match Scores:

North Hardin 48 – 21
Madison Southern 48 – 28
Danville 56 – 18
Whitley Co. 44 – 30
North Oldham 48 – 36

Victories were scored by:

Nate Schneider, Jason Holden, Owen Stacey, Brandon Messer, Mike Leight, Cole Arthur, and Jesse Imhof.

6 wrestlers went 5 – 0 on the day:

Cody Orth, Casey Imhof, Jacob Woodard, Thomas Ketchen-Carter, Casey Rauch, and Tim Rolf.

2016-17 Yearbooks Are In!

2016-2017 Yearbooks are in.  Please see Ms. Rider to pick yours up.  Last year's seniors can pick theirs up in the front office.

Thank you!

CCHS Reigns as Math Champion in John O'Bryan Math Tournament CCHS Academic Team

For the fourth consecutive year, Campbell County High School reigns as the math champion high school in Northern Kentucky! The John O'Bryan Math Tournament, the most prestigious math competition in the state of KY, was started in 1993 by the family of John O'Bryan, one of the most outstanding math students in the history of CCHS. The 25th Annual John O'Bryan Math Tournament was held on Saturday November 18, and the Campbell County Varsity won the overall championship. In addition, the CCHS JV won 1st place in the JV division. Mitchell Turner and Joel Sebastian placed 1st and 2nd respectively in the individual written competition, while also winning the 2-person speed competition. Twenty CCHS students, comprising 4 teams, participated. The entire tournament involved 15 northern KY high schools, 28 teams and 140 of the top math students in the area.

CCHS Boys Soccer NKHSBSCA All-Region Teams soccer

Congratulations to the following CCHS Boys Soccer players for being named to the Northern Kentucky High School Boys Soccer Coaches Association All-Region Teams:

2nd Team All-Region Gabe Smallwood, Adam Clark, and Sam Kaiser

Honorable Mention – Mason Thacker

7th Annual Crosstown FOODout basketball

The 7th Annual Crosstown FOODout Community Food Drive will be held on Friday, January 5th, 2018 at Campbell Co. Middle School. This game will be a Girl-Boy Double Header - CAMELS vs MUSTANGS!

Please bring a non-perishable food item in support of CARE mission, a local charity in YOUR community, providing assistance to those in need.

Please click here for more information.
Thank you for your continued support!

Congratulations All-Conference Athletes

Congratulations to the following CCHS Student/Athletes who were named All-Conference in the Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference.

Volleyball – Hannah Wells

Girls Soccer – Lydia Kramer

Boys Soccer – Gabe Smallwood, Adam Clark

Congratulations CCHS Junior Varsity Academic Team CCHS JV Academic Team

The Campbell County High School junior varsity (9th and 10th grades) Academic Team won the championship of the JV Challenge regional tournament held at Scott High School. The Quick Recall Team coasted to 6 consecutive wins, posting 3 of the top 6 match scores in the state. The team was comprised of captain JT Reagor, Lauren Taylor, Raychel Kool, Jayden Coleman, Grace Songer, Abby Clark and Ethan Schnee. All of these placed in the top six in their written assessment events, with JT taking 1st Place in both math and language arts, Jayden winning 1st in social studies and Raychel taking 1st in arts & humanities. Several of the written assessment scores were among the top in the state. JT had the highest score in the state in language arts and was 10th statewide in math. Jayden was 8th in the state in social studies,  Lauren was 8th in language arts, Raychel was 12th statewide in arts & humanities and Abby 13th in social studies. 


Congratulations Kentucky Jr High All State Choir Students

Congrats to the following 7th, 8th and 9th grade CCS students selected for the Kentucky Jr. High All State Choir. They will perform at the KMEA convention in Louisville, KY. Results for 5th and 6th grade students should be released early in December.

Aubrie Klei
Bailey Klei
Joshua Rittinger
Liam Stewart
Emilie Zengel
Abby Roenker
Morgan Knight
Noel Slone
James Kintner

Snowball Dance

The Snowball Dance will be Friday, December 15 at Northern Kentucky University from 8:00 p.m. to midnight.  Tickets will be on sale in the concession area during lunch the week of November 27.  You must have a signed permission slip in order to purchase a ticket.  Permission slips are in the main office or you can click here for students and here for guests.  Tickets are $25 each.


The theme is silver bells.


It is time to create a new Strategic Plan for Campbell County Schools. We would like to invite you to provide input, helping us generate a new plan and a CCS GRADUATE PROFILE. What is a graduate profile? A graduate profile will specify and set targets for the academic, personal, and interpersonal competencies that each student should have when they graduate high school in order to be successful in College, Career and Life.
To gain input, we are holding community conversations at each of our elementary schools during the course of the next several months. Whether you are a business owner, community member, elementary, middle school or high school parent, grandparent or student, we encourage you to attend the most convenient one of these sessions to participate in a conversation, facilitated by Dr. Rust. We would also like to ask you to share this message with friends and family on your Facebook timeline to encourage participation. We really do want to hear from you!

Here are the dates, locations and times:
October 24th, 6:30-8:30 pm - Campbell Ridge Elementary
November 7th, 6:30-8:30 pm - Grant's Lick Elementary
December 7th, 6:30-8:30 pm - Cline Elementary
January 18th, 6:30-8:30 pm - Reiley Elementary
February 1st, 6:30-8:30 pm - Crossroads Elementary