Principal's Message

Hello Camels: My name is Adam Ritter, Principal at Campbell County High School. I wanted to take a moment to introduce you to myself and the Administrative team for the 2015 / 2016 School year and inform you of some general information. I am a 1993 graduate of Campbell County High School and have been working as an Assistant Principal at CCHS for the past seven years. Prior to coming to Campbell County, I spent time in another local district as a Business and Marketing teacher and a ...

School News

CCHS Culinary Arts Students Competing in Kentucky Farm to State Junior Chef Competition

Hannah Rauch, James Rigg, Eric Montgomery, Sarah Begley and Sam Ford will be competing at the regional level in the Junior Chef culinary competition in hopes of moving on to the state finals taking place at the Kentucky State Fair in August. Students have developed a recipe that meets specific state guidelines and ingredient requirements.

 

CCHS has the privilege of hosting this competition in the culinary arts department on May 10th at 5pm. Students will be competing against either Montgomery or Bourbon County. Students will be judged by 2 Sullivan University Chefs along with Tina Garland from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.

 

We wish them luck in this exciting event!

EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION

  

The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Northern Kentucky Education Council hosted the 2016 Excellence in Education Celebration on Thursday evening (April 28, 2016), recognizing the investment in excellence from students, teachers, principals, superintendents, business leaders and community partners across the region. This was the fifteenth year for the regional education dinner. Peggy Herald, fifth grade teacher at Grant’s Lick Elementary, was recognized for her outstanding dedication and profound effect on the lives of the children she teaches with a prestigious 2016 Golden Apple Award. She is seen here with her principal, Mr. David Enzweiler and Associate Superintendent of Campbell County Schools, Dr. Shelli Wilson. Other outstanding educators from Campbell County who were nominated include: Elaine Randall from Reiley Elementary, Brad Riley from Crossroads Elementary, Stephanie Allen from Cline Elementary, Melanie Schaefer, District Instructional Coach, Bridgett Brown and Holly Phelps both from Campbell County High School.

Lydia Schneider, senior at Campbell County High School, was the recipient of the Student Leadership Award for exhibiting exemplary characteristics in leadership.  Congratulations!  The future is brighter because of all of you!

Reagor Selected for 16-17 Regional Youth Leadership Program

Congratulations to Sidney Reagor for being selected to represent CCHS in the 2016-2017 Regional Youth Leadership program. Over 130 applications were received and 48 students were selected representing 38 different schools. What an outstanding accomplishment!

Click here to view a full listing of students selected. We are proud of you Sidney!

SBDM Nominations & Elections

CCHS SBDM Voting Days

·         Friday, April 22nd  6:00pm-7:00pm

·         Friday, May 6th     10:00am-Noon

Please visit the PTSA page (page left menu) for more details.

Click here for nomination form. Deadline for bios is Friday, April 22.

Project Grad Fundraising

Keep up to date on Project Grad fundraisers by following the Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/groups/CCHS2016projectgrad/

Click here for more information. County Market bagging will be May 14.

Financial Boot Camp for Young Adults

This course will be offered to any junior or senior that seeks to learn more about their financial responsibilities and options after graduation.  Course content will be taught by industry professionals that are knowledgeable in their respective field. The program will be provided at no cost through volunteer service and with Main Street Baptist Church providing the learning space. Note: Any high school graduate (regardless of attending college, technical school, or working full time) is welcome to attend this course. Exceptions will also be considered for high school Sophomores. This course will be offered on Sunday, May 22nd from 9am - 1pm at Main Street Baptist Church.

Click here for more information and to make your reservation.

Autism Speaks Walk Scheduled for May 14th

The autism units of Campbell County will be participating in the Cincinnati Walk Now for Autism Speaks on May 14th.  We are asking as many Campbell County Camels to join us as we walk together to support Autism Speaks, an organization that funds research, works to increase awareness, and advocates for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. Autism affects one in every 68 American individuals, including one in 42 boys.

 

The walk takes place at Coney Island. Registration is at 8:00 a.m. and the walk begins at 10:00 a.m. There is no cost to register for the walk, but we have set a fundraising goal of $2,000 for the Campbell County group. Whether you choose to walk, to donate, or both, please use the link to show your support for our students with autism and their families!  Click here to register and click here for t-shirt order form.

Campbell Nationally Ranked – 9th time in 4 years

CAMPBELL COUNTY SCHOOLS – Campbell County School District learned this week that Campbell County High School has received yet another national ranking. CCHS was ranked as one of “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” by the Washington Post with Campbell County High School ranking 9th out of all public high schools in the State of Kentucky.  Schools who are national ranked are given an index score.   The index score is the number of college-level tests given at a school in the previous calendar year divided by the number of graduates that year. Also noted are the percentage of students who come from families that qualify for lunch subsidies (Subs. lunch) and the percentage of graduates who passed at least one college-level test during their high school career, called equity and excellence, (E&E).

This is the 9th National Ranking for the NKY Campbell County School System in four years. (See rankings below).  The district is also classified as a Distinguished/Progressing District on Kentucky State Assessments. 

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