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-Glen Miller
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Grant's Lick Student is Campbell Co. Essay Winner

Meghan Ward, a Grant's Lick Elementary 5th grader, was selected as the Campbell County Winner in the "2014-2015 Grandparent of the Year" essay contest sponsored by AARP Kentucky and the Kentucky Retired Teachers' Association (KTRA). The Campbell County Winner is selected from all school winners among all schools that are geographically in Campbell County (including independent district schools).

Meghan is among thousands of Kentucky fifth graders who participated in the 14th Annual Essay Competition for 2014-2015. Students submitted essays answering why "My Grandparent should be the AARP Kentucky Grandparent of the Year"  to their 5th grade teachers who selected the school's winner. As a county winner, Meghan receives a framed certificate for her efforts, and the essay will be submitted for district competition. She and other district winners then become eligible to participate in the state finals. In a recognition ceremony the "Grandparent of the Year" and student are honored at the Annual KRTA Convention in Louisville on April 21, 2015. The state winner also receives a $100 award. 

Clos and Jolly selected for Girls' Basketball All Region Team

Congratulations to Taylor Clos and Taylor Jolly for being selected to the 10th Region Girls’ Basketball Coaches Association All Region Team.  Taylor Clos was selected 3rd Team All – Region and Taylor Jolly was voted Honorable Mention All-Region. Congratulations girls!

Congratulations NKGBCA Division I Recipients

Congratulations to Taylor Clos for being named to the NKGBCA Division I All Star Team.  Also, MacKenzie Schwarber was awarded the Division I Miss Hustle award from the NKGBCA.

Congratulations CCHS NKBCA Division I Winners

Congratulations to Deondre Jackson and Matt Wilson for being named to the NKBCA Division I All Star Team.  Also, Campbell County Senior Jake Franzen was awarded the Division I Academic Award from the NKBCA which includes a $300 scholarship.

CCHS 9th Region Governor's Cup Championship Winners

The Campbell County High School Academic Team followed up their winning District effort by winning the 9th Region Governor’s Cup Championship held at Highlands on Feb. 14. In winning the overall title for the 4th consecutive year, they posted the 4th highest team total in the state. In the Quick Recall competition, the team of captain Drake Boling, lead scorer Colton Graham and starters Sean Field, Hayden Hiller and Carly Taylor won all four matches, including a dramatic win over favored Dixie, coming from 11 points down to eke out a final question victory. In written assessments, Drake Boling and Carly Taylor tied for 1st place in Language Arts with the 2nd highest score in the state. Hayden Hiller won the Arts & Humanities championship, also ranking 2nd in the state. In science, Mitchell Turner won 1st place, ranking in the top 5 statewide. The team now moves on to the state Governor’s Cup Tournament March 14-16 in Louisville. Click here to view the results in written assessments.

Brooks Named Finalist in National

Congratulations to CCHS senior, Jasmine Brooks, for being named a finalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Program.  This program is an academic competition established in 1964 to provide recognition for outstanding Black American high school students. Black students may have entered both the 2015 National Achievement Program and the 2015 National Merit® Program by taking the 2013 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®) and meeting other published requirements for participation. Nationawide, only 1300 semi-finalists were chosen to receive the finalist status. We are so proud of you, Jasmine, and congratulate you on this outstanding achievement!

Field Named National Merit Scholarship Finalist

Congratulations to CCHS senior Sean Field on being named a  National Merit Scholarship Finalist.  In the fall we learned that Sean was one of 16000 semi-finalists nationwide.  About 90% of those go on to finalist status, per NMSC information.  The next step will be about 8000 of those finalists being chosen for Merit Scholarship award.  However, with that aside, many prestigious institutions offer full scholarships to students who qualify as National Merit Scholars.  Being selected into this group means great opportunities for Sean are ahead.  We can’t wait to see where this distinction takes him!


State Wrestling Championships postponed

In the interest of the safety and welfare of our competitors, coaches, workers and officials, and to ensure that participation experience for the student-athletes is optimal; the KHSAA has postponed the State Wrestling Championships, originally scheduled for February 19-21, until March 9th-11th.

Mentors Needed for Operation Preparation

CCMS is in need of community members to mentor our students on March 13th and March 20th at our Operation Preparation event. Operation Preparation is a community-based one-on-one college/career readiness advising program that targets every 8th grader in the state of Kentucky. Please click here for additional information regarding the two programs and opportunities to volunteer on the dates above.  If you are interested or would like more information please contact Staci Kolkmeier at (859) 635-6077 ext. 154 or


Wrestlers qualify for State Wrestling Tournament

The Camels won the regional title for the fourth year in a row. Ten Wrestlers qualified for the State Wrestling Tournament. Click here to view the qualifiers. Congratulations!

Congratulations to the CCHS Swimming Team

Congratulations to the following participants who qualified for the State Swim Meet:


Marian Teimeier - Diving
Adam Leopold  -  Diving
Abbie Loesch -  500 Free
Boys 400 Free Relay  - 2nd Alternate (John Leopold, Brandon Cartwright, Caleb Nerenberg, Logan Steele)

CCHS Student named Concertmaster of the Tristate Honors Orchestra

9th grader Sidney Reagor has been named as the Concertmaster (principal first violin) of the Tristate Honors Orchestra, hosted by Northern Kentucky University! Ms. Reagor was selected by audition for this honor, and designates her as the area's top young violinist! Sidney is currently enrolled in the NKU music preparatory program, and is a member of the CCHS Symphonic Band. We are extremely proud of Sidney's hard work and dedication to her art form, and are excited that she will representing Campbell County Schools at this event! Come and hear her in concert on Saturday, February 21st at 4:00 pm in the NKU fine arts center. Congratulations Sidney!

Mentors needed for Operation Preparation

CCHS is in need of community members to mentor our students on March 18th at our Operation Preparation event. Operation Preparation is a community-based one-on-one college/career readiness advising program that targets every 10th grader in the state of KY. The mentors will meet with the students and discuss the students career goals, required education and training and whether the students are on track to meet their goals. If you are interested or would like more information please contact Andrea Gontkovsky at (859) 635-4161 x.1142 or

Congratulations CCMS Wrestling Team

Congratulations to the the CCMS wrestling team for taking 3rd place at the State Tournament this past weekend. Individual placers were: 


Peyton Anderson - 6th place

Zach Wells - 5th place

Tim Rolf - 4th place

Tanner Starrett - 3rd place

Tom Ketchen-Carter - 1st place

Congratulations CCMS 2015 Kentucky Academic Association's Region 14 Tournament Champs

Congratulations to the Campbell County Middle School Academic Team who are the 2015 Kentucky Academic Association’s Region 14 Tournament Champions. This marks the ninth year in a row that CCMS has brought home the top award.

On Saturday, January 31, the academic team dominated outscoring their opponents 155 to 52. In addition, eight members of the testing team scored in the top 5 for each written assessment. Leading all scoring was 8th grader Cameron Brewer who had 1 first place & 1 second place finish in testing. Congratulations! Click here to view the winners!

Camels win 36th District Governor's Cup Championship

The Campbell County Academic Team swamped all opposition at the District Governor’s Cup at Brossart on Saturday, January 24th.

The team won 1st Place in Quick Recall, Future Problem Solving and every single competitor in written assessments or composition placed in the top 5 to qualify for the Regional. Sean Field took 1st Place in Math, Mitchell Turner placed 1st in Science, and Carly Taylor won 1st in both Language Arts and Arts & Humanities. Their scores all ranked at or near the top ten scores in the state. Colton Graham won 1st Place in Social Studies, ranking in the top 20 statewide. In Quick Recall, captain Drake Boling’s varsity team won all three matches, besting Calvary Christian 36-18, and beating Highlands by scores of 50-7 and 51-11. This was the 17th consecutive year that Campbell County won the 36th District championship.

Click here to view the qualifiers for the Region.

CCMS Counseling Staff Receives RAMP Designation

Congratulations to the school counseling department at Campbell County Middle School has received national recognition in being named a Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP).

The RAMP designation, awarded to schools that align with the criteria set in the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) National Model, recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program and an exemplary educational environment.

Only 550 schools across the United States have been designated as RAMP since the program’s inception.  RAMP applications are reviewed once a year by a panel of school counseling professionals, who assess a school counseling program in 12 different areas of program expertise. Campbell County Middle School’s counseling program applied and was named an ASCA Model Program.  This is a very prestigious honor.

Congratulations to Campbell County Middle School and the Campbell County Middle School Counselors, including Erica Thomas, Kelly Crowley, Britane Swank, Staci Kolkmeier and Elizabeth Farris.  They have demonstrated their commitment to students and to the school counseling profession.

CCMS Students become KAAC Governor's Cup District 54 Champions

Congratulations to our CCMS Middle School students who are the KAAC Governor's Cup District 54 Champions! Our Quick Recall was undefeated. Our Future Problem Solving team was unchallenged. In addition, our written assessment testers took home 14 medals. When the scores were tabulated, our Camels had earned 70.5 points --more than the other three teams combined!

Congratulations Camels!
Click here to see individual results.

Mills Is Published in Music Trade Magazine

Mikey Mills,  a junior at Campbell County High School, recently had a nine page article published in  the Automatic Musical Instrument Collectors' Association Bulletin. Mikey is also a musical arranger and has recently had music rolls cut to play on band organs and player pianos.  He is currently enrolled in Mr. Little's AP Music Theory, and  is actively involved in CCHS Drama Club.  Congratulations on a job well done, Mikey.  Your future is bright!

Kindergarten Registration Is Set

Kindergarten Registration will be held at all elementary schools on the following dates:

March 16th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and March 17 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Crossroads Elementary and Campbell Ridge Elementary will also host an additional registration date at their schools on March 18th from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

We can't wait to meet our newest CAMELS!

Campbell County Receives 3rd National Ranking

In 2013, Newsweek Magazine listed Campbell County High School as one of the best public high schools in the nation based on strong academic and advanced placement programs. In the Spring of 2014, CCS received a second national ranking. The Washington Post ranked Campbell County High School as one of the most challenging high schools in the nation.  This week, Campbell County High School received a 3rd National Ranking.  The Daily Beast ranked CCHS 531 in the nation in its 2014 Top High Schools Report.  In addition to these national rankings, Campbell County Schools is also a "Distinguished” district on the Kentucky State Assessments.  Congratulations students and staff!

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District Calendar
Baseball Prarent Meeting
@Campbell County High School
Monday, 3/2/2015 - 6:30 PM
GLP Class
@Campbell County High School
Tuesday, 3/3/2015 - 4:00 PM
CAB Meeting
Tuesday, 3/3/2015 - 6:30 PM
AP Math and Science Study Session
@Campbell County High School
Saturday, 3/7/2015 - 8:00 AM
Monthly School Board 6:00pm
@Alexandria Education Center
Monday, 3/9/2015
Spring Break NO SCHOOL
@District Wide
3/30/2015 - 4/3/2015
District Kindergarten Readiness
@Crossroads Elementary
Saturday, 4/11/2015 - 9:00 AM
Monthly School Board 6:00pm
@Alexandria Education Center
Monday, 4/13/2015
Monthly School Board 6:00pm
@Alexandria Education Center
Monday, 5/11/2015
Spring Election NO SCHOOL
@District Wide
Tuesday, 5/19/2015
Tentative Last Day of School
@District Wide
Thursday, 5/21/2015
@Campbell County Middle School
Monday, 8/3/2015 - 4:00 PM