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District News


The last day of school for Campbell County Schools has been set for Thursday, May 23rd. 

CCHS graduation has been set for Friday, May 24th at 7:00 p.m. at the BB&T Arena on the NKU campus. If you have any questions regarding graduation, please call Amy Meyer at 859-635-4161.

Campbell County Schools Presents Kindergarten University cap

Join Myssi Turner to learn information about the importance of Early Childhood Development, Kentucky’s Kindergarten screener, and insight into developmentally appropriate ways to ensure your child is ready for and successful in Kindergarten. Guardians will receive resources for attending.  The kick-off event on June 4, will include a screening of No Small Matter. No Small Matter is the first feature documentary to explore the most overlooked, underestimated, and powerful force for good in America today: early childhood education. Through poignant stories and surprising humor, the film lays out the overwhelming evidence for the importance of the first five years, and reveals how our failure to act on that evidence has resulted in an everyday crisis for American families, and a slow-motion catastrophe for the country.

Please click here for more information and registration.

Northern KY Coaches Association Banquet Awards

Congratulations to the following Lady Camels softball players who received awards at the annual Northern Kentucky Coaches Association banquet:

Jessica Walsh -Division I player of the year

Becca Mitchell -Gold Glove and $500 Scholarship

McKinlee Miller-Gold Glove

Abby Joering

Bella Bastin

CCHS Softball Plays for District Championship

CCHS Softball defeats Calvary 13-1 and will play for the district championship Wednesday, May 22nd at 5pm at Alexandria Community Park.

Congratulations CCHS Boys and Girls Tennis

Congratulations to the CCHS Boys and Girls Tennis Team for winning the 10th Region Championship.  It is the boys third straight regional title and the girls first in school history! Congratulations to the following CCHS tennis players for qualifying for the KHSAA State Tennis Tournament.


Congratulations Campell County Theatre Arts

Congratulations to Campbell County Theatre Arts on their wonderful performance of "Disaster!"  Please click here to read the outstanding Cappies reviews about their performance!

2019 Summer Sports Camp Brochure ccs

It is that time again to sign up for Summer Sports Camp. There are a variety of camps to choose from such as Basketball, Baseball, Football, Tennis, etc.  Please click here to view the Summer 2019 Sports Camp Brochure.

Fangman named new principal at Grant’s Lick Elementary Fangman

CAMPBELL COUNTY SCHOOLS- Mr. Alex Fangman of Independence, Kentucky, has been chosen to lead Grant’s Lick Elementary School as the next school principal effective July 1, 2019.  Fangman obtained a M.A. of Education (Rank One) in Education Administration and Superintendency from Eastern Kentucky University as well as a M.A. of Education in Teacher Leadership from Georgetown College.

Fangman has served as an assistant principal at RC Hinsdale Elementary in Kenton County for the past two years.  Prior to that, he served as a social studies teacher at Dixie Heights High School, Grant County High School, Scott High School as well as a 7th and 8th grade teacher at St. Pius X School. 

Walsh named new chief information officer for Campbell County Schools walsh

CAMPBELL COUNTY SCHOOLS- Mr. Christopher Walsh of Burlington, Kentucky, has been chosen to serve as the chief information officer of Campbell County Schools effective July 1, 2019.  Walsh obtained a M.A. of Education in Instructional Leadership from Northern Kentucky University as well as a M.S of Education in Educational Technology from Western Kentucky University.

Walsh has served as an elementary technology resource teacher for the Boone County School District for the past five years.  Prior to that, he served as the school technology coordinator for Goodridge Elementary School in Hebron, Kentucky.


Summer Fun for Kentucky 4th - 6th graders on Grayson Lake since 1969! 
Dates are: June 24th - 28th, 2019  You must register by April 1st for early bird discount. Cost: $225   After April 2nd, cost increase is $235.  Click here for more information.

Franzen wins Kentucky Business Education Association Scholarship Nicole Franzen

Congratulations to CCHS Senior Nicole Franzen, who won the Kentucky Business Education Association Scholarship award!

  • 4.0 GPA
  • Earned EOP Certificates: Accounting, Admin Support, Marketing, Management/Entrepreneurship
  • Earned Industry Certifications: MOS – Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • 4 year FBLA Member – Local Reporter, Local President, Region 4 Treasurer, completed Future Level of BAA’s, Community and Service Level of CSA’s.
  • Sponsor: Pam Hamons

We are proud of you!

Congratulations CCMS DUKE University Talent Identification Students

Congratulations to the following 7th grade CCMS students who were selected and participated in the 2018/19 7th grade Duke University Talent Identification Program. Students who scored at or above the 95th percentile on their 6th grade KPREP scores were invited to participate.


CCHS Athletics Hall of Fame

Nominations for the CCHS Athletics Hall of Fame are now being accepted.  Information and forms are available at camelpride.

Click here to download the nomination form.

Spring Sports Physicals


CCHS FBLA Named In Nationals

Congratulations to the Campbell County High School FBLA on being named a 2019 National Outstanding Chapter. Congratulations to all!


Campbell County Schools District Report Card report card

Our district’s 2017-2018 School Report Card is now available online. We hope you will visit the site using the link below:

New School Report Cards were released in January 2019. Kentucky continues to offer tools to help parents understand and celebrate the performance of schools. Visit http://raisethebareducation.ky.gov for more information on the full suite of School Report Card tools available to help inform parents and communities.  KRS 158.6453 requires the sharing of the District Report Card annually with families and communities so stakeholders can have a clear idea of how well their district is performing. If you need help accessing or viewing the district report card, please contact the district office at 859-635-2173.

Click here to view the report card.