Principal's Message

Dear Campbell County High School Students and Parents, It is wonderful writing to you from a school that has now received three national rankings – from Newsweek, The Washington Post and The Daily Beast. In addition, our school is ranked as Distinguished and Progressing in Kentucky assessments. Importantly, Kentucky assessments measure successful graduation rates along with College and Career Readiness. In these areas, too, CCHS showed growth, and more students ...

School News

CCHS student chosen to attend Congress Honors program in Boston

Congratulations to Freshman, Kaleb Ledonne who has been chosen to attend the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders in Boston, MA June 28th-30th.  The Congress is an honors-only program for high school students who are passionate about science, technology, engineering or mathematics. To read more, click here.

We are proud of you Kaleb!

Summer Reading and Coursework

All student have required summer reading and coursework.  Click here for the reading list.  The assignments will be posted online by June 5th in addition to some AP coursework.  Students who ordered summer reading books through the CCHS Media Center will receive their books before the last day of school.  


CCHS will be having sports physicals on Monday, June 1st starting at 6pm. All aged students are welcome. KHSAA Physical form is required. Click here to download the physical form.

Questions?  Call CCHS Athletics @ 448-4896 or email Angie Lambert at   

For more information click here .

cchs college signings

Congratulations to the following students on their college signings:

Amber Holzschuh – Swimming – Asbury College;  Michael Dumaine – Soccer – Hanover College 

Eric “Willy“ Cox – Baseball - Cinti. Christian;   Johnny Eblin – Baseball - Ky. Weslyan; Robert Metz – Baseball - Cinti. Christian; Brady Sansom – Baseball - Cinti. Christian; Cameron Edwards – Baseball - Spaulding University; James Wilbers - Men's Soccer- Wilmington College (not pictured) Click here for their pictures.

Cincinnati Enquirer Winter All-Stars

Congratulations to these Campbell County High School student/athletes who have been named to the Cincinnati Enquirer Winter All-Stars. Click here for the full list.  

A complete list of winter all-stars and more information can be found at:

Sophomore Accepted into the gatton academy of mathematics and science

Congratulations to CCHS 10th grader Gabrielle Witt who has been accepted into the prestigious Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science for the 2015-16 school year. 

We are very proud of Gabrielle on this outstanding achievement and exciting learning opportunity!

Jennah Flairty Nominated for LaRosa's MVP of the Week

CCHS Senior Track and Cross-Country runner Jennah Flairty is nominated for the LaRosa’s MVP of the week.  You can vote for Jennah at  Click here to read more.

Go Jennah!

Congratulations Culinary Camels

Congratulations to the Culinary Camels on their competition Friday evening against Montgomery County High School in the KY Department of Agriculture's JR Chef Competition.

Team members are:

Hannah Styer (Senior)

James Rigg (Junior)

Hannah Rauch (Junior)

They did a great job and are the regional runner up! Congratulations, we are proud of you!

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