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Principal's Message

Hello Camels: Welcome Back! My name is Adam Ritter, Principal at Campbell County High School. We are very excited to start the 2016 / 2017 school year and are looking forward to working with all students to prepare them for their future pursuits. Campbell County High School has received many recognitions recently including again being named by the Washington Post as one of the Most Challenging High Schools in the Nation along with being recognized as One of the Best Public High ...

School News

CCHS Tennis Tournament Supports Chicks and Chucks, Inc.

The CCHS Tennis Team is hosting a tennis tournament on Saturday, October 8, from 9-12, at the CCMS courts. The tennis tournament is for Jr High/Middle School and High School players, but there are numerous family friendly events. We will have catering by Sparetime Belly & Soul, a “Longest Drive” competition, a “Target Practice” game, and a radar gun to see how fast you serve. There will also be tennis games set up for young kids. Also, if anyone wants to purchase a shirt, they are made of activewear material and they can be purchased in men’s and women’s sizes. $20 for small-XL, $25 for XXL & up. Click here to view the shirt.

Please email questions or shirt orders to: jeremiah.sowards@campbell.kyschools.us.  Proceeds go to support Chicks & Chucks, Inc. a cancer support group based out of Newport. Click here for more information.

Vote for Austin Hoeh - WCPO Player of the week

Austin Hoeh, Campbell County High School Quarter back is up for WCPO Player of the week!

Click here to vote!

Super Saturday Event at CCHS

Saturday, October 1st, the CCHS Counseling Dept. is hosting a college access event called SUPER SATURDAY. The event will feature several open workshops that will cover various college/career readiness topics including: FAFSA completion, college application completion, college essay assistance, recommendation letter requests, scholarship searches, and college/career exploration.  

In addition to six open workshops, we will also have three scheduled parent information sessions on various topics.  Families will not have to make appointments for the open workshops or parent information sessions.  Arrive at any time and pop in and out of sessions as you like!  This is a fantastic opportunity for both parents and students to check several things off of their college to-do lists.  Students can leave on Saturday with the FAFSA completed, college applications on file at universities of choice, recommendation letters requested, a better idea of college/career options, and a list of available scholarships! 

Please see attached program guide for an overview of the workshops, information sessions, and a list of what to bring! Questions?? Please contact your student's School Counselor. Hope to see you there! 

Congratulations National Merit Semifinalists

Congratulations to Katie Emmett, Colton Graham, and Braden Ramsey for being selected as National Merit Semifinalists. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered next spring. To be considered for a Merit Scholarship award, Semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance to the Finalist level of the competition. Congratulations Seniors!

Campbell County School Receives 4.9 Million in Federal Funding for Comprehensive School Safety Work

Youth violence continues to be a significant concern in US schools, yet no study has focused on using networked school-aged peers to report and mitigate instances of bullying, peer conflict and/or school violence.  Campbell County School District was notified late last week that they have received 4.9 million dollars in funding from the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) to do just that.   The district pursued this competitive research grant in May of 2016 as part of the NIJ Comprehensive School Safety Initiative.  The goal of this initiative is to improve the safety of our nation’s schools and students through rigorous research that produces practical knowledge. Click here for the entire press release about this wonderful opportunity for our students.

Student Discipline Code Handbook Correction

It has been brought to our attention that there were mistakes in the calendar found in the front cover of our Student Discipline Code Handbook that most likely came home with your child(ren) yesterday.  Please see the attached corrected version of this calendar and replace it with the one found in the handbook.

Torch Prep for ACT

A great ACT® score can open doors to funding and admission. We are offering our students the opportunity to partner with TorchPrep, an innovative test training program that cracks the code on improving ACT® scores.

All Courses Include

* 30 hours of Direct Training * 4 Full-Length Simulated Tests *

* TorchPrep Training Manual * Customized Study Plan * Guaranteed Results *

Courses Preparing for September 10th ACT® Test



Course Begins: 8/20/2016

4 Total Sessions

Early Registration Deadline: 8/15/2016


Check out Dr. Rust's Opening Day Speech

Click here to view Dr. Rust's Opening Day charge to the CCS Staff for the 16-17 school year!  The Campbell County School District is all set for a year of Rigor, Engagement and GROWTH!