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ACHS to Host Free ACT Boot Camp ACHS ACT Boot Camp

Adair County High School will be hosting a free ACT Boot Camp for ACHS students who are taking the ACT in October or December. Students will receive instruction from subject matter teachers about test-taking strategies and content that students may see on the exam.

High Attendance Day is Tomorrow (September 20, 2017) High Attendance

September 20, 2017 has been designated across Kentucky as High Attendance Day.  Research shows that a child's attendance may be the biggest factor influencing his/her academic success.  We hope to see every child at school on time tomorrow and everyday.  Every day counts!

 

ACHS Clubs Join Together to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims ACHS Students Donate to Hurricane Harvey Victims

Adair County High School clubs came together to assist those in need from the recent devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.  ACHS Pep Club, National Honor Society/BETA Club, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes joined forces to combat the lack caused by the recent destruction in Texas. 

ACMS Teacher Attends KCSA Workshop

Deborah Hensley, 8th grade Adair County Middle School Science teacher attended the Kentucky Crushed Stone Association (KCSA) teacher's workshop.  The workshop provided lessons that were aligned to Kentucky standards.  Mrs. Hensley was one of the teachers featured in an article that appeared on the Kentucky Teacher website.  The article may be read at  http://www.kentuckyteacher.org/features/2017/09/going-beneath-the-surface-for-a-better-pd/.

Special Called Board Meeting--September 7, 2017

This is official notification that there will be a Special Called School Board Meeting Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 6 pm CT, at the Adair County Board of Education Conference Room, 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY, for the purpose of:

  1. Tax hearing discussion
  2. Approval of tax rates

Becky Bailey, Administrative Assistant, Adair County School System

Early Release Fridays ERF

Early Release Fridays began September 1, 2017 and will continue every Friday through April 27, 2018.  Students are released from school at 1:00 PM.  Specific information about after school activities that are available for your child on Early Release Fridays may be obtained from your child's school.  Bus transportation will not be provided for students who stay later for school activities. If you have questions, please contact your child's school.

ACES Needs Your Help! Great American Opportunities

ACES kicked off our annual fund-raising campaign August 22nd.  Great American Opportunities has delicious cookies for baking and magazine subscriptions.  We appreciate your purchases from our students.  This is our only school-wide fundraising activity.   You may purchase online at the following https://gaschoolstore.com/.  Sales end September 6, 2017.  Thank you in advance for your support for our school!

 

Adair County Bornlearning® Academy

The Bornlearning® Academy is a series of family workshops that begins on September 7, 2017 for parents of children not yet enrolled in Kindergarten. The Academy provides a family dinner and educational opportunities for parents and children in a fun setting.  

 

Lieutenant Governor Visits ACHS Lt. Governor Hampton discusses the “Lt. Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge” with Lauren McQuaide

Kentucky’s Lieutenant Governor, Jenean Hampton visited Adair County High School on Friday, August 11, 2017.  She met with students, faculty, school and Central Office administrators to introduce the “Lt. Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge” (LGEC).

Open House Schedule Open House Dates

Back to school is near!  Adair County Schools have announced their open house times and dates.  Please make plans to attend and get ready for the 2017-2018 school year.  We hope to see you there!

Summer Registration Days Summer Registration Flyer

Beat the Back to School paperwork rush!  We would like to invite parents/guardians of all new and returning students to stop by the Board of Education at 1204 Greensburg Street on July 25th or 27th from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. to complete the necessary paperwork this year.  Once you have completed the paperwork you can receive your child's homeroom teacher/schedule and cool door prizes will be given away!

BASEBALL, SOFTBALL DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS START TODAY

Adair County High School hosts postseason competitions

ACHS SENIOR BREAKFAST, WALK-THROUGH THIS MORNING grads

Graduating class spends final day in Adair County school system

ACES HOSTS AWARDS CEREMONY ON LAST DAY OF SCHOOL ACES

Students’ accomplishments are recognized for attendance and academic progress

ACPC STUDENTS SHINE IN PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST giveaway

Three of top four finishers are Adair County students

HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATES COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS ccr

Almost 250 students meet qualifying benchmarks

ADAIR COUNTY SCHOOLS’ SPRING CHOIR CONCERT: THURSDAY, MAY 11 choir

More than 60 students will participate, admission is free

EIGHTH GRADE CLASS DELIVERS BLANKETS TO NORTON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL norton

Reading assignment leads to unique service project at ACMS

REMEMBERING KIM DOWNS

Beloved teacher touched the hearts of students, coworkers

A TRIBUTE TO KIM DOWNS

Friend and fellow teacher Pam Phipps shares her memories

ABSTON SIGNS WITH LWC BASKETBALL Chris Abston
ACES STUDENT WINS POETRY AWARD Kiana

Kiana McHolan recognized by Kentucky State Poetry Society

MAY 19: ACHS FOOTBALL GLOW RUN 5K FOOTBALL
REMINDER: EARLY RELEASE FRIDAYS OVER FOR REMAINDER OF SCHOOL YEAR

Early Release Fridays have concluded for the 2016-2017 school year.  Students will stay at school for the entire day – until 2:45 p.m. – from now until the end of the school year.

CAREER DAY AT ADAIR COUNTY PRIMARY CENTER career day

Students learn about jobs and careers in a variety of fields

ADAIR STUDENT FINISHES IN TOP 10 AT STATE ACADEMIC COMPETITION Lejano Zavalija

ACHS junior Lejano Zavalija shines in Future Problem Solving

LOCAL STUDENTS WIN ACTIVIST AWARD don't smoke

Youth-centered anti-smoking campaign garners statewide recognition

SIXTH GRADE STUDENTS WIN FUNDRAISING COMPETITION AT ACMS fundraiser

Lucas Murphy and Lexi Snider each sell 420 candy bars

‘OPERATION 10-46’ AND ‘GHOST OUT’ PROMOTE STUDENT SAFETY accident

Juniors and seniors learn the dangers of drunk and distracted driving

COMMUNITY WORK TRANSITION PROGRAM OFFERS HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE Matt

Senior Matthew Combes learns automotive repair skills with a unique scheduling arrangement

OPERATION 10-46 SET FOR FRIDAY MORNING

Mock accident aims to educate students on dangers of distracted driving

‘LEGALLY BLONDE: THE MUSICAL’ DEBUTS THURSDAY theatre

Production will feature 21 Adair County students

ACMS NAMES SIXTH GRADE STUDENTS OF THE MONTH Students of the month

Honorees chosen based on academic progress, behavior, and attitude

ACPC JOINS FIGHT AGAINST CHILD ABUSE o'neal

Students receive blue ribbons from Lake Cumberland Children’s Advocacy Center

STLP TEAMS COMPETE AT STATE acpc

Adair County Primary Center finishes in top 10 with popular YouTube video 

ACHS HEALTH SCIENCES STUDENTS IMPRESS AT STATE COMPETITION HOSA

Participating students perform real-world tasks in professional setting

WELDING STUDENTS JOB SHADOW AT INFAC infac

Seniors take advantage of opportunity to meet with potential employers 

ADAIR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL HOSTS FFA REGIONALS FFA

Local students fare well against stiff competition

LASLEY INKS LETTER OF INTENT TO PLAY AT LINDSEY WILSON COLLEGE cam

Wide receiver is third Indian in ’17 class to commit to a college team

‘BUILD A BOOK’ PROGRAM ENCOURAGES FAMILIES TO READ build a book
EIGHTH GRADERS MAKE BLANKETS FOR CANCER PATIENTS blanket

Advanced reading class merges book study with service project

ACHS ART STUDENTS DOMINATE REGION COMPETITION state

Adair wins 12 total awards, four students qualify for state

ACES, ACPC CELEBRATE MUSIC IN OUR SCHOOLS MONTH acpc

Students learn music principles, history, and cultural importance

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY AND BETA COLLECT FOOD FOR ACES’ BACKPACK BUDDIES Beta/NHS

High School students fight local hunger by sending food home with elementary school students

GIFTED & TALENTED STUDENTS SHINE AT KENTUCKY UNITED NATIONS ASSEMBLY KUNA

Group takes home multiple awards in statewide competition of 800 students

‘READING MADNESS’ WRAPS UP AT ACES epic elephants

Students read 20,000 books in two months

ACPC STUDENTS USE HOUSEHOLD ITEMS TO MAKE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS instruments

“I love this activity because there is so much creativity involved.” – ACPC music teacher Laura Marcum

KENTUCKY DERBY MUSEUM OUTREACH PROGRAM VISITS ACPC derby

Students educated on historic annual race through interactive games

FEESE SIGNS WITH KENTUCKY CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY feese

Family, teammates, and coaches on hand for commitment

HOOD LODGE DONATES TWO CHROMEBOOKS TO ACMS HOOD LODGE

Reward will be given to one boy and one girl with perfect attendance

CHIEF NATION TO DEBUT NEXT YEAR AT HIGH SCHOOL

Innovative program will allow eligible seniors to get early start in career

ACMS STUDENTS RECOGNIZED FOR ‘I LOVE MY PUBLIC SCHOOL’ ESSAY, ARTWORK Mirah and Jessica

Jessica Hamlet and Mirah Murphy are the campaign’s regional winners, have work displayed in state capitol

BASEBALL TEAM DEDICATES SEASON TO KIM DOWNS, ALS AWARENESS first pitch

Downs’ children throw out season’s first pitches

ACHS STUDENTS RECOGNIZED AT ART COMPETITION Toxic

Four seniors earn commendation at Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center

GRREC VISITS ACHS’ AIR AND SPACE ACADEMY asa

Students demonstrate skills and projects in flight and aviation career pathway

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCES HONOR ROLL FOR THIRD NINE WEEKS honor roll

264 students boast GPA of 3.5 or better

CAREER DAY AT ADAIR COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Career Day

Students introduced to wide array of professions, career pathways

FAMILY RESOURCE, YOUTH SERVICES CENTERS HOST REGIONAL MEETING resource

Coordinators network, exchange ideas, and receive valuable training

MUSICAL AT ADAIR COUNTY PRIMARY CENTER Mrs. Morrison's class

‘Make a Difference’ puts first graders on center stage

ACHS JUNIOR RECOGNIZED FOR WELDING ABILITY Mason Carter

Mason Carter wins Regional Skills Competition, advances to state

CHEMISTRY LESSON GETS EXPLOSIVE Chloe Hixson

Susan Peck’s students make hydrogen rockets

KOTTER NAMED 'PRINCIPAL FOR A DAY' Hannah Kotter

Second grader recognized for earning 475 AR points

INDIANS’ SEASON ENDS IN REGION FINALS Chance Melton

Tribe finishes record-breaking year with 32 wins

ACMS NAMES SIXTH GRADE STUDENTS OF THE MONTH sotm

Winners chosen based on academic progress, behavior, and attitude

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: AUSTIN DIPASQUALE Austin Dipasquale

Avid reader, exemplary student, and founder of ACHS Chess Club

5TH REGION TOURNAMENT: TRIBE MARCHES ON Cam Lasley

Indians top John Hardin, face Taylor County in championship tonight

ACES ACADEMIC TEAM WINS REGION ACES academic team

Season ends on high note with Governor’s Cup victory

MORE THAN 800 ATTEND READ ACROSS ADAIR COUNTY Read Adair County

ACES, ACPC students celebrate the joys of reading

LADY INDIANS’ SEASON ENDS AT REGION Katherine Curry

Young squad made big strides in 2016-17

‘TRUTH AND CONSEQUENCES’ PROGRAM AT MIDDLE SCHOOL Truth and Consequences

Presentation uses community volunteers to encourage good behavior 

ACMS STUDENT RECOGNIZED AT BETA CONVENTION Sadie Kemp

Seventh grade student Sadie Kemp finishes third in photography competition

NHS AND BETA SHOW APPRECIATION FOR TEACHERS beta

ACHS students serve lunch at annual event

BORN LEARNING ACADEMY HONORS GRADUATES graduates

Local parents receive recognition for completing educational workshops

ACHS CELEBRATES NATIONAL FFA WEEK tractor

Local chapter honors local farmers, initiates new members

INDIANS CRUISE IN DISTRICT OPENER Cam Lasley

Tribe bests Campbellsville by 46 points, advances to region

LADY INDIANS ESCAPE WITH WIN IN TRIPLE OVERTIME katherine

Adair tops Campbellsville, advances to region

UPDATED SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED AT BOARD MEETING

Students will be in school March 20

HIGH SCHOOL’S FPS TEAM WINS REGION, QUALIFIES FOR STATE fps

Successful season continues for FPS squad and individual qualifiers

REMINDER: ADMISSION, PARKING PLANS FOR DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS bball

A.D. Brent Campbell reminds fans of postseason changes

LEADERS IN THE ARTS DAY AT ACES donnie perry

Community members, high school students offer demonstrations for third, fourth, and fifth graders

HIGH SCHOOL HOSTS OPEN HOUSE, BOARD MEETING board members

More than 50 ACHS students speak on impact of their clubs and organizations

SHRINE CLUB TAKES STUDENTS TO CIRCUS IN LOUISVILLE kosair
ADAIR COUNTY ARTIST FEATURED IN TRAVELING EXHIBIT aiden

ACES fourth grader Aiden Peltston’s work included in statewide display

EARLY ADMISSION TO KINDERGARTEN NOW UNDERWAY
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACADEMIC TEAM WINS DISTRICT academic team

ACES’ squad advances to region following weekend wins

LAURA FURKINS NAMED ACMS STUDENT OF THE MONTH Laura Furkins

Principal Alma Rich:  “Laura Furkins is an inspiration.”

FEBRUARY BOARD MEETING TO BE HELD IN ACHS LIBRARY

Student organizations will lead open house one hour prior 

ACES CAFÉ DEBUTS AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACES Cafe

New lunchtime reward system encourages progress in reading and math

HEALTH SCIENCE STUDENTS RAISE ORGAN DONOR AWARENESS check

ACHS’ HOSA Club facilitates more than 50 registrants to organ donor list

INTERNATIONAL PARADE AT ACES mexico

Fifth grade social studies students create floats for different countries

ACADEMIC TEAM WINS DISTRICT CROWN academic team

2017 title is 11th in a row for Adair County High School squad

CLASS OF 2021 ATTENDS FIND YOUR FUTURE EXPO expo

Morning assembly introduces eighth grade students to options in high school and beyond

LASLEY SIGNS WITH LINDSEY WILSON FOOTBALL JL
TAYLOR FINISHES THIRD IN SCIENCE AT BETA CONVENTION jaiden taylor

Sophomore shines against brightest students in the state

GINNA MARSH LEADS REJUVENATED CHOIR PROGRAM choir

Participation is up, support continues to grow

SIXTH GRADE STUDENTS OF THE MONTH students of the month

Four boys and four girls earn distinction at Adair County Middle School

“READING MADNESS” AT ACES reading madness

School-wide initiative encourages reading with friendly competition

GIFTED & TALENTED STUDENTS GET “HOOKED ON SCIENCE” hooked on science

Renowned science educator Jason Lindsey visits ACHS

STUDENTS TEACH STUDENTS: HIGH SCHOOLERS VISIT ACES, ACPC fable

High school English classes lead lessons on fables

BETA CLUB SHINES AT STATE CONVENTION beta

Quiz Bowl team finishes in top eight against elite competition

ACHS STUDENTS EARN 359 COLLEGE HOURS IN FALL SEMESTER college

Fifty-four students take advantage of low-cost opportunity to jumpstart college careers 

LOCAL LEADERS VISIT ACES SOCIAL STUDIES STUDENTS judges

Officials share their knowledge for section on local government

MELTON BROTHERS HONORED FOR JOINING 2,000, 1,000 POINT CLUBS chance

Chance Melton becomes all-time leading scorer in win over Glasgow

GIFTED AND TALENTED CLASS PREPARES FOR MOCK UNITED NATIONS SUMMIT gifted

Adair County High School students will present resolution for Mexico

SAVANNAH ROY WINS BASKETBALL HOMECOMING QUEEN queen
HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCES HONOR ROLL FOR SECOND NINE WEEKS honor roll

248 students boast GPA of 3.5 or greater

STARKS, KEMP NAMED ACMS HOMECOMING KING AND QUEEN king and queen

20 students participate in this year's middle school homecoming festivities

THE PAPERLESS CLASSROOM AT ACMS paperless classroom

Sarah Antle’s math students use technology and dry erase boards for lessons

BASKETBALL HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES SET FOR FRIDAY hc

Ceremony to take place between boys’ and girls’ games

TWO NEW BOARD MEMBERS SWORN IN board members

Daniel Adams and Jonathan Gaskins take oaths of office

2007 REGION CHAMPS TO BE RECOGNIZED AT FRIDAY’S GAME 2007

Meet-and-greet scheduled for 5:30, recognition at 6:30

EMT TRAINING PROGRAM DEBUTS AT HIGH SCHOOL emt

New addition provides opportunities in Health Sciences Career Pathway

WELCOME BACK: STUDENTS RETURN FOR SPRING SEMESTER kindergarten

ACPC students work to establish new routines after two-week break

INFINITE CAMPUS WILL LIKELY BE DOWN AT TIMES OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS

A message from Director of Pupil Personnel Robbie Harmon

MARK TWAIN SHRINE CLUB DONATES MOTORIZED WHEELCHAIR TO ACPC STUDENT kayleigh

Classmates cheer as Kayleigh McClister receives the gift

KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS PERFORM ‘A SEASON OF FUN’ AT ACPC musical

Christmas musical entertains students, parents

TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY TEACHES WATER CONSERVATION AT ACES tva

Cross-disciplinary exercise incorporates scientific principles into social studies 

STATE SENATOR VISITS FIFTH GRADERS AT ACES max wise

Sen. Max Wise talks about importance of citizen participation in government

ACADEMIC TEAM ROLLS THROUGH LEAGUE PLAY, PREPARES FOR POSTSEASON academic team

Adair County High School’s two teams finish first and second in Green River Regional Fall League

SIX STUDENTS EARN ANIMAL SCIENCE CERTIFICATION ffa students

High School FFA members Alesha Bennett, Kaitlyn Burton, Kyle Burton, Brady Cowan, Shelby Hatcher, and Conway Loy are the first students in the state to achieve the accreditation  

ALL FOUR STLP TEAMS ADVANCE TO STATE high school STLP team

Each school earns high marks at Regional Showcase

6TH GRADE ACADEMIC TEAM FINISHES THIRD AT SHOWCASE 6th grade academic team

Several earn individual medals against stiff competition

ADAIR STUDENTS SHINE AT STLP CONFERENCE stlp

Students’ creative use of technology draws praise from judges

‘BUDDING ENGINEERS’ DEMONSTRATE SKILLS AT ACMS egg drop

Sixth graders learn Newton’s laws of motion with hands-on experiment

ACES STUDENTS DECORATE TREE WITH HANDMADE ORNAMENTS aces tree

School-wide art project now on display in lobby

LADY INDIANS WILL RELY ON YOUTH IN 16-17 CURRY AND OWENS

Lone senior Katherine Curry leads a talented group of underclassmen

HOPES ARE HIGH FOR INDIANS IN 16-17 kel and breeze

Deron Breeze enters his second season at the helm with plenty of returning talent

ACES STUDENTS HONOR VETERANS grandkids

Lunchtime Assembly Draws Impressive Crowd

51 ACHS STUDENTS RECOGNIZED AT NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION nhs

“This is an opportunity to recognize these kids for their academic achievements and the hard work that goes into that.” – NHS sponsor Sheila Willis

S.T.E.M. NIGHT AT ACES stem2

Event encourages family participation in science, technology, engineering, and math education

REED ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT AT BOARD MEETING

Superintendent's tenure marked by vast improvements, accomplishments

THREE IN A ROW: BAND WINS NATIONAL CROWN Adair Band at BOA

Adair dominates Class A at Bands of America

ACES CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL DAY international day

Lindsey Wilson College students offer exposure to different cultures

ACMS RECOGNIZES 6TH GRADE "STUDENTS OF THE MONTH" sixth grade

Eight students earn the honor for their attitudes, citizenship, and work ethics

REMEMBERING RAQUEL: FRIENDS, TEACHERS SHARE MEMORIES raquel

Beloved eighth grader had a buoyant personality and a passion for life

SUPERINTENDENT OFFERS STATEMENT ON LATEST TRAGEDY

"Today we join Raquel's family, friends, school staff, and our community as we once again grieve for the loss of another young life"--Supt. Alan Reed

ADAIR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCES HONOR ROLL FOR FIRST 9 WEEKS honor roll

Adair County High School is proud to recognize these students for their academic achievements at the end of the first nine weeks grading period. The Principal’s Honor Roll lists 116 students who have earned a weighted GPA of 4.0 or greater and the Honor Roll lists 175 students who have earned a weighted GPA between 3.50 and 3.99. Congratulations to these students!

 

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN: ABBY CURRY AND MACIE DRAKE, TWO SHINING STARS AT ACHS abby curry and macie drake
SUPERINTENDENT REED ISSUES STATEMENT ON TRAGIC ACCIDENT
MISS KENTUCKY VISITS ACES, ACPC miss ky

Laura Jones educates students on healthy living and a drug-free lifestyle

COMMUNITY WORK TRANSITION PROGRAM OFFERS STUDENTS JOB OPPORTUNITIES cwtp
WIDESPREAD SUPPORT FOR LEARNING CENTER AT GRANT HEARING hearing

Administrators, students, and elected officials extol benefits of proposed new project

ACES STUDENTS TURN PUMPKINS INTO BOOK CHARACTERS pumpkins

Project encourages reading, family cooperation

DINNER VARIETY SHOW EARNS RAVE REVIEWS theatre dept

High School Theatre Dept.’s first show of the year proves a hit

HOOKED ON SCIENCE PROGRAM VISITS ACPC jasper kemp

Science instructor and meteorologist Jason Lindsey provides Halloween-themed show for students

ADMINISTRATORS, FIRST RESPONDERS MEET FOR SAFETY ROUNDTABLE Robbie Harmon

Annual training covers accident, crisis, and disaster preparedness

OCT. 25: PUBLIC HEARING FOR COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER GRANT

All interested parties are invited to City Hall to voice support for jobs-focused initiative

FALL PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES: NOV. 7

Parents can meet with teachers between noon and 6 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS BUILDING 3D PRINTER 3d printer

STEM Club and College Prep Seminar Class Join Forces for Ambitious Project

LEADERS IN HEALTH AND FITNESS DAY AT ACES aces2

Program promotes wellness and health education for students

CAREER FAIR AT HIGH SCHOOL downey eye

Juniors and seniors meet with potential employers in fourth annual event

KINDERGARTEN AGE REQUIREMENTS CHANGED

Age cutoff now two months earlier

PERSONALIZED LEARNING: NOT SUCH A NEW “THING” IN PRIMARY CLASSROOMS vlc

An Essay by ACPC Principal Patty Jones

SENIOR ART STUDENT WINS STATEWIDE CONTEST es

Elisabeth Spoon takes first place for teapot and cup

SENIORS PARTICIPATE IN COLLEGE APPLICATION DAY jameson miller

Adair County joins state, nation in encouraging higher education

FOOTBALL PLAYERS MEET, EXCHANGE LETTERS WITH THIRD GRADERS xavier

Debbie Bradshaw’s reading classes learn to write letters by reaching out to football team

SENIOR PARENT NIGHT SCHEDULED FOR TOMORROW FLIER
CELEBRATORY TONE AT SEPTEMBER BOARD MEETING board meeting

Superintendent and board members trumpet test scores, student achievement

ADAIR COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT: PROFICIENT, PROGRESSING, HIGH PROGRESS

Test scores reach new heights in 15-16

ADAIR INC. DEBUTS AT HIGH SCHOOL Adair Inc.

New program links students and community to build tomorrow’s workforce

WOUNDED WARRIOR PROGRAM AT ACHS

Staff Sgt. Bobby Henline, severely wounded in Iraq, uses humor to motivate and inspire

OCTOBER 16-22 IS KENTUCKY SAFE SCHOOLS WEEK

Be the HERO; STOP the bullying

A NEW KIND OF CLASSROOM: ACHS’ VIRTUAL LEARNING CENTER

Students take online courses in the high school's new "coffee shop" classroom

FFA STUDENTS EDUCATE LOWER GRADES ON FARM SAFETY

Two-day event covers wide range of agriculture hazards and precautions