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Principal's Message

Hello Camel Students and Parents: This is Adam Ritter, Principal at Campbell County High School. We have been working very hard over the summer and are excited to get the 2017 / 2018 school year started. I hope you are working hard on your summer work and are excited about the classes that you have selected. As we get close to the August 16th first day for students I wanted to communicate with you some upcoming events and initiatives. As we begin the new school year I wanted to thank ...
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Congratulations NKASL Award Winners

nkasl winners

Mr. Adam Ritter received the Service Award for School Administrators.  Purpose: To recognize and honor the administrators who have made worthy contributions to the operation of effective school library media services and to stimulate planning, implementing, and support of the library services in the school.

Dr. David Rust received the NKASL Award of Merit. Purpose: 1.) To honor those who through individual leadership have advocated effective school library media services in meaningful educational partners.
2.) To recognize the responsible and influential role of those other than local school building administrators in developing successful school library media programs. To stimulate planning, implementing and support of the school library services which are essential to a meaningful educational program.

Mrs. Jennifer Bernzott was named the NKASL Outstanding School Media Librarian. Purpose: To recognize the school media librarian who has made outstanding contributions to the profession on local, district and state levels.

CCHS FFA Greenhouse Sale

Greenhouse Sale

CCHS Senior Honors Night Honors night

The CCHS Senior Honors Night will be held on Thursday, May 17th 6:30pm in the CCHS Auditorium.

Greater Cincinnati Basketball Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony

Tuesday, May 8, 2018 there will be a Banquet and Induction Ceremony to honor Taylor Clos who was named the Kentucky Girls Basketball Player of the Year, and Beau Menefee who was named The Kentucky Girls Basketball Coach of the Year by the Greater Cincinnati Basketball Hall of Fame.

The banquet and ceremony will be held at Receptions Banquet Facility, 5975 Boymel Drive, Fairfield, Ohio 45014. The reception begins at 5:30 pm, with dinner at 6:30 and the ceremony following.



Congratulations FBLA State Leadership Students

Congratulations to the following FBLA members who placed at the State Leadership Conference in Louisville:

Derek Ramsey, Nick Bellm, Nolan Neiser, and Brady Venneman made finals in Parliamentary Procedures

Mason Thacker placed 2nd in Future Business Leader

Blake Weimer placed 2nd in Business Communications

Blake Clark, Jake Frisch, and Aaron Smith placed 2nd in Mobile Application Development 

Ava Owen Accepted to the FBI's Youth Leadership Program

The FBI National Academy Associates, Inc. (FBINAA) hosts a week long training event for high school students at the FBI Academy every summer called the Youth Leadership Program (YLP). Applicants are chosen by each state’s chapter based on an application, an essay on “What is Leadership?”, grades and extracurricular activities, as well as an interview. One representative was chosen from Kentucky. Ava Owen will be spending nine days at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia with other representatives from across the United States and abroad. While at the Academy, she will study leadership, ethics, character, goal setting, and many other aspects of criminal justice. She will also do daily physical training and have the opportunity to run the “Yellow Brick Road”, which is a 4.25 mile FBI obstacle course. She will also have the opportunity to visit Washington D.C, the Holocaust Museum, the Law Enforcement Memorial and Arlington Cemetery.

CCHS Student Nicholas Yungbluth Earns 36 on ACT

Congratulations to Nicholas Yungbluth who has earned the highest possible ACT Composite score of 36 on the ACT Test.

On average, only around one-tenth of 1% of all test takers earn the top score. Among US high school graduates in the class of 2017, just 2,760 out of more than 2 million students who took the ACT earned a composite score of 36.

Way to go Nicholas! We are proud of you!


Congratulations SKILLS USA Students

The following students represented Campbell County and the Campbell County ATC in fine fashion last week by placing at the State Skills USA competition:

Masonry I – Tyler Thompson 2nd Place
Teamworks – Dylan Eason and Devon Poe – 2nd Place
Info Tech Services – Cole Arthur – 2nd Place

The following students finished in 1st place and will move on to the National Competition:

Electrical Construction Wiring – Ryan Hernandez – 1st Place
Web Design – Jacob Koeninger and Carson Taylor – 1st Place
Internetworking – Zander Bates – 1st Place
Automotive Refinishing – Hunter Plewke – 1st Place

Congratulations to all of the students who represented Campbell County and showing their Camel Pride.