Campbell County High School News

CCHS Students Place 1st in State in National Economic Challenge

Congratulations to this high school team of 4 students; Eric Bingham, Rachel Crigler, Colton Graham, and Braden Ramsey, who recently competed in the National Economic Challenge, placing 1st in the state of Kentucky and 19th nationally.  

Way to go!


Congratulations CCHS Technology Student Association Students

The Technology Student Association fosters personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM); members apply and integrate these concepts through co-curricular activities, competitions, and related programs.

Please congratulate the following TSA members who placed at the state conference in Louisville:

  • Annie Garcia & Foster Loesch – 1st place in Biotechnology Design
  • Carla Henry – 1st place in Promotional Graphics
  • Foster Loesch – 2nd place in Technology Sketching and Application
  • Jacob Greer – 3rd place Transportation Modeling     

Registration for all summer sports camps is now available. There are multiple camps to choose from, so sign-up today!

Click here for registration information.

CCHS Culinary Arts Students Competing in Kentucky Farm to State Junior Chef Competition

Hannah Rauch, James Rigg, Eric Montgomery, Sarah Begley and Sam Ford will be competing at the regional level in the Junior Chef culinary competition in hopes of moving on to the state finals taking place at the Kentucky State Fair in August. Students have developed a recipe that meets specific state guidelines and ingredient requirements.


CCHS has the privilege of hosting this competition in the culinary arts department on May 10th at 5pm. Students will be competing against either Montgomery or Bourbon County. Students will be judged by 2 Sullivan University Chefs along with Tina Garland from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.


We wish them luck in this exciting event!



The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Northern Kentucky Education Council hosted the 2016 Excellence in Education Celebration on Thursday evening (April 28, 2016), recognizing the investment in excellence from students, teachers, principals, superintendents, business leaders and community partners across the region. This was the fifteenth year for the regional education dinner. Peggy Herald, fifth grade teacher at Grant’s Lick Elementary, was recognized for her outstanding dedication and profound effect on the lives of the children she teaches with a prestigious 2016 Golden Apple Award. She is seen here with her principal, Mr. David Enzweiler and Associate Superintendent of Campbell County Schools, Dr. Shelli Wilson. Other outstanding educators from Campbell County who were nominated include: Elaine Randall from Reiley Elementary, Brad Riley from Crossroads Elementary, Stephanie Allen from Cline Elementary, Melanie Schaefer, District Instructional Coach, Bridgett Brown and Holly Phelps both from Campbell County High School.

Lydia Schneider, senior at Campbell County High School, was the recipient of the Student Leadership Award for exhibiting exemplary characteristics in leadership.  Congratulations!  The future is brighter because of all of you!

Reagor Selected for 16-17 Regional Youth Leadership Program

Congratulations to Sidney Reagor for being selected to represent CCHS in the 2016-2017 Regional Youth Leadership program. Over 130 applications were received and 48 students were selected representing 38 different schools. What an outstanding accomplishment!

Click here to view a full listing of students selected. We are proud of you Sidney!

SBDM Nominations & Elections

CCHS SBDM Voting Days

·         Friday, April 22nd  6:00pm-7:00pm

·         Friday, May 6th     10:00am-Noon

Please visit the PTSA page (page left menu) for more details.

Click here for nomination form. Deadline for bios is Friday, April 22.

Project Grad Fundraising

Keep up to date on Project Grad fundraisers by following the Facebook page

Click here for more information. County Market bagging will be May 14.

Financial Boot Camp for Young Adults

This course will be offered to any junior or senior that seeks to learn more about their financial responsibilities and options after graduation.  Course content will be taught by industry professionals that are knowledgeable in their respective field. The program will be provided at no cost through volunteer service and with Main Street Baptist Church providing the learning space. Note: Any high school graduate (regardless of attending college, technical school, or working full time) is welcome to attend this course. Exceptions will also be considered for high school Sophomores. This course will be offered on Sunday, May 22nd from 9am - 1pm at Main Street Baptist Church.

Click here for more information and to make your reservation.

Autism Speaks Walk Scheduled for May 14th

The autism units of Campbell County will be participating in the Cincinnati Walk Now for Autism Speaks on May 14th.  We are asking as many Campbell County Camels to join us as we walk together to support Autism Speaks, an organization that funds research, works to increase awareness, and advocates for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. Autism affects one in every 68 American individuals, including one in 42 boys.


The walk takes place at Coney Island. Registration is at 8:00 a.m. and the walk begins at 10:00 a.m. There is no cost to register for the walk, but we have set a fundraising goal of $2,000 for the Campbell County group. Whether you choose to walk, to donate, or both, please use the link to show your support for our students with autism and their families!  Click here to register and click here for t-shirt order form.

Campbell Nationally Ranked – 9th time in 4 years

CAMPBELL COUNTY SCHOOLS – Campbell County School District learned this week that Campbell County High School has received yet another national ranking. CCHS was ranked as one of “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” by the Washington Post with Campbell County High School ranking 9th out of all public high schools in the State of Kentucky.  Schools who are national ranked are given an index score.   The index score is the number of college-level tests given at a school in the previous calendar year divided by the number of graduates that year. Also noted are the percentage of students who come from families that qualify for lunch subsidies (Subs. lunch) and the percentage of graduates who passed at least one college-level test during their high school career, called equity and excellence, (E&E).

This is the 9th National Ranking for the NKY Campbell County School System in four years. (See rankings below).  The district is also classified as a Distinguished/Progressing District on Kentucky State Assessments. 

CCHS Students Named All-Conference

Congratulations to the following CCHS Student/Athletes for being named All-Conference in the Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference.

Wrestling - Tanner Yenter "Wrestler of the Year"


Girls Basketball - Taylor Clos and Taylor Jolly


Boys Basketball - Matt Wilson " Player of the Year"


Bowling - Austin Hitt, Jake Barton and Luke Haigis


Congratulations to all!

FBLA 2016 State Winners

Please congratulate the follow FBLA members who placed at the state leadership conference in Louisville:

Laura Kaufman  - 3rd Place Business Plan Project
Tyler Laymon - 1st Place Computer Applications
Rachel Crigler - 4th Economics
Lydia Schneider - 4th Personal Finance

Our chapter was recognized for participating in the State Fundraiser, State Project, and for achieving the prestigious Commonwealth Award of Merit.

Tyler Laymon and Mrs. Hamons will be attending our National Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia this summer.



Congratulations to Shelby Thornsberry; who was accepted into the Governor’s School for the Arts Program for Vocal Music.


The Governor’s School for the Arts is held at Centre College in Danville, Ky from June 19, 2016- July 9, 2016.  Shelby was one of 33 students selected from across the state for the Vocal Music division. Every summer for the past twenty-nine years, GSA and its faculty of professional artist/educators have guided over two hundred of Kentucky’s finest young artists through three weeks of incredibly intense (and incredibly fun) arts instruction. GSA auditions promising high school sophomores and juniors in nine different arts disciplines: Architecture+Design, Creative Writing, Dance, Drama, Instrumental Music, Musical Theatre, New Media: Still Photography and Film, Visual Art and Vocal Music. For three solid weeks residing on a college campus, the students discover the power of their art and their place as an artist. It’s a thrilling, often life-changing experience, as they meet new friends, explore their creativity, and discover new things about who they are and who they can be in the future.


Congratulations also to Sarah Moser; who was accepted as an alternate for the program.

Campbell County High School Boasts 14 Governor's Scholars

Campbell County High School submitted 14 Governor's Scholar applicants and all 14 were accepted!  Congratulations to the following students:  Sarah Begley, Bailey Davis, Abigail Davis, Katie Emmett, Colton Graham, Danielle Heiert, Megan Hertzenberg, Karli Kellinghaus, Eric Lauer, Nicholas Padin, Nolan Padin, Morgan Rahe, Emily Robertson and Jamie Styer.  The Governor's Scholars Program strives to enhance Kentucky's next generation of civic and economic leaders.  Established in 1983, the program provides academic and personal growth through the balance of a strong liberal arts program with a full co-curricular and residential life experience. Students must complete an application and compete with others from across the state. Those selected attend the program free of charge.

4-H Summer Project Funshops and Camps

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Florimonte Sets New Field and Track Record

Congratulations to Gracie Florimonte who set a new school record in the 1500 meters at the Donnie Carnes Invitational.

Way to go! We are proud of you!

Campbell County Receives 8th National Ranking in 4 Years!

Campbell County School District learned this morning that Campbell County High School has received yet another national ranking! CCHS received a Silver ranking from U.S. News and World Report ranking CCHS 17th in the State of Kentucky and 1606 in the nation.  A three-step process determined the Best High Schools. The first two steps ensured that the schools serve all of their students well, using their performance on the math and reading parts of their state proficiency tests as the benchmarks. For those schools that made it past the first two steps, a third step assessed the degree to which schools prepare students for college-level work.

This is the 8th National Ranking for the NKY Campbell County School System in four years! The district is also classified as a Distinguished/Progressing District on Kentucky State Assessments. WAY TO GO CAMELS!

Dr. David A. Rust Named Superintendent of Campbell County Schools

 Dr. David A. Rust was unanimously named the next superintendent of the Campbell County School District at the Board of Education meeting on April 18th.  Dr. Rust brings a breadth of experience to the district having served 21 years in education.  Dr. Rust will begin his tenure in Campbell County effective July 1st.  Click on the story title for more about Dr. Rust's experiences and achievements. Welcome Dr. Rust!


Campbell County Schools is looking for responsible, safety-minded school bus drivers for daily school bus routes, special events and field trips.

The right candidate will need:
• A Clean Driving Record
• A high school diploma or GED
• To be at least 21 years old.
• To pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.

If you do not have your Class B CDL with passenger endorsement, we will train you. We have a complete and thorough in-house training program and are scheduling a class for Summer 2016.

Earn high hourly wages, have flexible hours and help bring your community's future to school today!

Apply Online @

If these traits describe you --
• Strong Work Ethic
• Dependable
• Positive Attitude
• Organization and Multitasking
• Able to Perform Under Pressure
• Effectively Communicate
• Flexible
• Confident

-- We want you as part of our team!

American Red Cross Babysitting Clinic

 Spots are still available! Sign up soon! Tell your friends!

American Red Cross Babysitting Clinic
Sponsored by Campbell County 4-H
Date: Saturday, May 14
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
must stay all day to receive certification
Who: youth, age 11 years old and up
Cost: none
Class size is limited
Pre-registration is required.
Call 572-2600 to sign up or online at:

Torch Prep Summer Intensive

TorchPrep Summer Intensive ACT Test Prep

See Flyer for dates.

Register online at

CC Football Golf Scramble

Campbell County Football will be hosting its annual golf tournament on Saturday, May 14th at A.J. Jolly Golf Course. 1:00 p.m. shotgun start.

Proceeds from the tournament benefit the Campbell County High School football program and a donation will be made to the Greg Rose Scholarship Fund.
Cost is $80 per person; includes lunch, dinner and beverages. Click here for more information.

CCHS Art Students Place at State Level

Six artists qualified at regionals to represent CCHS at the state level and all six placed at state!  Please help me in congratulating the following:

Carla Henry -- Honorable Mention in fiber arts
Alicia Setty -- 3rd place in jewelry 
Hogan Oldiges -- 2nd place in fashion design
Kerin Graves -- 1st place in fashion design
Megan Franzen -- 1st place in mixed media
Sara Mai -- 1st place in sculpture 

Our camels earned 3 blue ribbons, the most 1st place winners from any school statewide. Their art work will be on display at the Behringer-Crawford Museum in Covington's Devou Park, April 10th-24th.  Museum admission rates apply. There is also an awards ceremony with free admission April 24th, at 2pm.       

Congratulations to these fine artists!

Measner named 2016 All Resilient Team Member

Congratulations to Gideon Measner who has been named to the 2016 All Resilient Team by Tom Leach. He will be honored at a banquet on April 28th as part of the Athletic Directors Conference.


Jolly Named Basketball Hall of Fame Player of the Year

Congratulations to Taylor Jolly on being named the Greater Cincinnati Basketball Hall of Fame Kentucky Girls Player of the Year! 

The Greater Cincinnati Basketball Hall of Fame honors those persons who have made significant contributions to amateur and professional basketball in the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan and surrounding areas. 

Yungbluth wins Honorable mention at Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards Ceremony

CCHS freshman Nicholas Yungbluth won an Honorable Mention from the Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards for his Flash Fiction piece. He was mentored by Mr. Marks, his ELA teacher at CCMS.

Nicholas was presented with his award during an award ceremony on March 20th. Congratulations Nicholas!

Last Day of School

The last day of school for students will be May 27th.

Class of 2016 Graduation Date has been set

Campbell Co. High School Class of 2016 Graduation will be held at BBT Arena at Northern Kentucky University on Tuesday, May 31st  at 7:00 p.m.