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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 2019 / 2020 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 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 Schools by U.S. News and World Report. All of these accolades come as a result of our teachers’ hard work in providing rigorous and challenging courses along with students challenging themselves to prepare for their future endeavors.

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CCHS Wins O’Bryan Math Tournament

 

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left to right: Corey Robinson, Ryan Heiert, Chistian Lane, Ethan Schnee, Dominic Palmieri, Josh Yang, Noah Coronado, Ethan Taylor, Anna Morris, Matthew Maines, Brandon Robinson, Evan Heiert, Benton Cole, Dunil Kasturiratna and Carter Verst

 

The Campbell County High School Math Teams totally dominated the field at the 27th Annual John O'Bryan Math Tournament held at NKU. Teams from 10 northern KY high schools participated. The Varsity Team of Ethan Schnee, Dominic Palmieri, Ryan Heiert, Noah Coronado and Anna Morris won the Overall Championship. The JV Team of Ethan Taylor, Matthew Maines, Christian Lane, Corey Robinson, and Josh Yang won the JV Championship. The JV 2 Team of freshmen Dunil Kasturiratna, Carter Verst, Evan Heiert, Benton Cole and Brandon Robinson was also one of the highest ranked JV teams. Ethan Schnee and Ryan Heiert won the 2-person Speed Event. Individually, CCHS took 5 of the top 7 positions. Ethan Schnee was the outstanding individual, winning the 11th/12th grade individual medal, with Dominic Palmieri 2nd and Ryan Heiert 4th. Ethan Taylor won the 9th/10th championship medal, with Anna Morris and Matthew Maines tied for 2nd. The O'Bryan Tournament started at CCHS in 1993 in honor of John O'Bryan. For the past five years, the tournament has been a function of the NKU Mathematics and Statistics Department.

 

CCHS Winter Sports Ticket Prices

Varsity Events

Adult - $6

Senior Citizen - $3

Student - $2

 

Freshman Events

Adult - $4

Senior Citizen - $3

Student - $2

CCHS EXPO CCHS EXPO

CCHS EXPO is scheduled for Thursday, January 30th beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium for all incoming Freshmen & new students who are going to attend Campbell County High School in 2020-2021.   Come see what CCHS has to offer in academics, sports, clubs and more!  Tours of the school will be available.  Come meet Teachers, Coaches & Sponsors!  Learn about Career Pathways for Incoming Freshmen.  Get enrollment information & join the Camel Family! 

 

Yearbooks from Years Past

Missing a yearbook?  Anyone interested in purchasing a yearbook from the 1980’s, 1990’s and 2000’s, please contact Ms. Rider for prices.  Most years are available. 

New Calendars

CCS Community –

 

Know that the CCS Board of Education recently approved the district calendars for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 school years.  Select the yellow “Calendar” Tab on the District Homepage to view the calendars.  Go Camels!

KMEA All State Choir

Congratulations to the following students grades 5-9 who were selected by the Kentucky Music Educators Association to participate in the KMEA All State Choir. This is the largest group of students from Campbell County to ever be chosen for this honor. 

 

Campbell County Imagination Library Imagination Library

Imagination Library is a program designed to put a new book in the hands of every child from newborns to age 5. The Campbell County Imagination Library is partnering with Dolly Parton's Imagination Library to make sure every young child in Campbell County is eligible to receive a book each month until they turn 5 years old.

WHAT DOES IT COST?
It's FREE. The Dolly Parton Foundation provides funding for the books and the Campbell County Imagination Library pays to operate the program locally and have the books delivered to each child each month.

Who is the Campbell County Imagination Library? 
The Campbell County Public Library, Campbell County Schools and the independent school districts in Bellevue, Dayton, Ft. Thomas, and Newport joined together to form the Campbell County Imagination Library. (Southgate currently has its own funding for an Imagination Library.)

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