Campbell County Schools is located in Northern Kentucky and encompasses the cities of Alexandria, California, Cold Spring, Highland Heights, Melbourne, Wilder and Woodlawn. Campbell County Schools is the third-largest school district in Northern Kentucky, offering the very best educational opportunities to the students it serves in preschool thru 12th grade. There are five elementary schools in the district: Campbell Ridge, Donald E. Cline, Grant's Lick, Crossroads and John W. Reiley. Campbell County Middle School serves over 1000 students in grades 6-8 and Campbell County High School serves 1500 students in grades 9-12. Each school is managed by site based decision-making councils (SBDM). The school district employs over 700 people and has a working budget of approximately $50 million.
In our constant pursuit for education excellence, we will continue to ensure that all students reach proficiency and graduate from high school ready for college, career and life. To achieve this vision, we are committed to the following:
- Every child in every classroom will be engaged in meaningful work.
- All students will meet growth goals and be on track for College and Career readiness.
- All teaching and learning will lead toward enhancing our national high school ranking.
- Communication with students, parents, staff and community will be frequent and transparent-expect a 24 hour response.
- All students will participate in the highest quality extracurricular opportunities with state-of-the-art facilities.
- Every child will be prepared for the 21st Century enabling them to communicate, collaborate, critically think, create and innovate.
- Technology resources will inspire and empower our children.