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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 ...

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Congratulations CCHS Microsoft Word Certified Students

Please congratulate the following CCHS students for passing the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Industry Certification exam for Word:

  • Amanda Honaker
  • Hannah Jump
  • Vanessa Neiser

Way to go!

CCHS Band Students Performing in Rose Bowl Parade Rose bowl

Congratulations to Chance Padin and Gracie Bohman who are traveling to California over winter break to perform in the Rose Bowl Parade with the Bands of America Honor Band. They auditioned and were accepted for this incredible honor! Way to go!

Hour of Code Hour of Code

This week, we are celebrarting Computer Science Education Week by promoting an Hour of Code.

What is Hour of Code?

The Hour of Code is an hour introduction to computer science, designed to show that anyone can learn the basics of coding and to provide an awareness for and participation in the field of computer science. Computer science/coding helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity. By starting early, students will have a foundation for success in any 21st-century career path.

To encourage students to give coding a try, the library is hosting a coding challenge. Every time a student completes one of the hour of code tutorials at the link below and brings in a certificate of completion for us to display, their name will be entered into a drawing for a robotics kit / instruction book. Ther is no limit to the number of certificates a student can earn and include in the drawing.

Introduction to Hour of Code

Hour of Code Tutorials

Local Students Earn College Credit Through Sullivan's Renowned Culinary Program

A growing number of Northern Kentucky high school students are earning college credits through their schools' articulation agreements with the renowned culinary program at Sullivan University's National Center for Hospitality Studies. 

Sullivan - which opened a Northern Kentucky campus in Ft. Mitchell earlier this year - currently has articulation agreements with Highlands, Campbell County, Grant County, and Williamstown High Schools, and is working to forge similar agreements with other Northern Kentucky schools.

"Sullivan University has great opportunities and programs for high school students to take college classes at only the cost of books," said Katelyn Phillips, Family and Consumer Science Teacher at Campbell County High School. "Our students love taking the culinary arts classes offered at the high school. They get to learn trendy cooking techniques as well as operating a student-ran catering business for our school and community.

Please click here to read more about this prestigious program.

Buy Your "Black Out" Shirt Now for the Cross Town FOODout Game BLACK OUT SHIRT

Don’t miss your chance to show your Camel Pride by purchasing the official BLACK-OUT t-shirt for the Crosstown Showdown against Brossart on January 7, 2017. Both girls and boys varsity teams will be playing at CCMS.

Black-out t-shirts will be sold during lunch on December 7, 8, 9, and 12 in the high school concession area or you can order now through December 13 by using the attached order form. Click here for order form.

We Need Your Feedback!

We value your input!  The attached draft highlights (in yellow) proposed changes to our District Improvement Plan.  We are excited to share these with you!  Our focus is to improve rigor, engagement, and growth in every classroom as we prepare all students for college, career, and life.

Please click here to view document.  To provide input, please click here.

Crosstown FOOD out!

Crosstown FOOD OUT

CCHS Math Teams win NKU O'Bryan Tournament CCHS Math Team

Campbell County High School once again proved to be the mecca of outstanding math students in NKY, winning 1st place in both divisions of the 24th Annual John O'Bryan Math Tournament. Over 100 of the top math students from NKY participated in the competition, sponsored by the NKU Department of Mathematics & Statistics. The Varsity team of Colton Graham, Mitchell Turner, Joel Sebastian, Nolan Padin and JT Reagor won the overall championship, with the team of Nick Padin, James Lemberg, Nate Asbury and Michael Boyd winning 1st place in the JV division. Individually, Colton Graham, Mitchell Turner and Joel Sebastian all tied for 2nd place on the 11th/12th grade test, with Nolan Padin and Nick Padin winning honorable mention. On the 9th/10th grade individual test, JT Reagor, Michael Boyd and Nate Asbury tied for 1st place. Colton Graham and Mitchell Turner won 1st place in the 2-person problem solving event, doubling the score of their nearest rivals. 

 

The tournament was started in memory of John T. O'Bryan, an outstanding math student at CCHS who died in a car accident in 1991.  Congratulations!

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