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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 ...

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Boys Soccer 10th Region Tournament this evening in Montgomery County

The CCHS Boys soccer game will be Friday, October 21st in the 10th Region Tournament. The game will be played at 6:00pm vs Pendleton County at Montgomery County.  Tickets that were purchased for Thursday's game will be honored tonight when presented at the gate.

Parent Teacher Night

Join us for Parent-Teacher night, Thursday, October 27, from 5 - 8pm.  

Parents do not need to schedule appointments but meetings should be brief.  For in-depth conferences, please arrange a separate time with your student's teacher.


The Transportation Department wishes to remind all that October 17-21, 2016 is NATIONAL SCHOOL BUS SAFETY WEEK. On a national level, School Transportation personnel are recognized for a job well done. And we would NEVER overlook this opportunity to educate the public in the laws involving School Buses designed to keep our students safe.  Please click here for bus safety reminders for parents and students.


Congratulations CCHS Varsity Cheerleaders

Congratulations to the CCHS varsity cheerleaders for winning their division of the In Game Cheerleading Competition. They will be recognized at the Region 9 KHSAA/KAPOS competition at Boone County High School  on Saturday, November 19 at 7:30 p.m. Way to go!

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.

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