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Metcalfe County High School

The mission of Metcalfe County High School is to work hand in hand with our parents and community to provide every student, everyday, with the necessary skills, tools and opportunities to achieve excellence in academics, social interactions, physical challenges, and stimulating emotional experiences to become effective, productive citizens in order to protect the future of our school and community. Read More...

Thumbtack Art

Every Friday, MCHS students participate in Health and Wellness. They choose an activity they enjoy that gives them physical, mental, or creative exercise. One option offered is Thumbtack Art, where the students create works of art out of thumbtacks. Shown with their completed creations are (L – R) Peyton Stephens, Allie Thomas, Kyersten Spurgeon, and Jacob Hilty. Also shown holding her work is Kimberly Walker.

Thumbtack Art


National Honor Society Inductees

NHS Inductees

On September 20, 2017, 13 new members were inducted into the Metcalfe County High School chapter of the National Honor Society. New members include: Miranda England, Lauren Chapman, Konnor Gallagher, Gracie Tucker, Allie Coffey, Cody Hart, Dakota Tiller, Dillon Syra, Elizabeth Decker, Jacob Miller, Lucas Firkins, Logan Firkins, and Ethan Bates. Inductees and their families were treated to a meal prepared by the Metcalfe County Food Service staff and listened to speeches and words of encouragement from current NHS members: Kennedy Bates, Ryan Clemmons, Madison Gillentine, and Julie Barlow.

NHS Inductees

 

 


Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton Visits MCHS

Lt. Gov. Visits MCHS

Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton stopped by MCHS on Monday, Oct. 9 to promote the 2018 Lieutenant Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge (LGEC).

The LGEC is a pitch competition for all Kentucky high school students. It's designed to introduce students to a realistic business environment, highlight entrepreneurial values, promote business ownership, and encourage lifelong learning. 

The registration deadline is Oct. 31. Prizes include a share of up to $100,000 in scholarships split among the top four teams at Finals, which can be used at any post-secondary institution in Kentucky.

Click here for full details about the program.

Lt. Gov. Visits MCHS


MCHS 2017- 2018 Handbook now online!

Click here to view handbook.


MCHS The Bee Hive Salon price list and times

 Open Monday - Friday 1:00-2:30 

 price list

cut/shampoo/style  $11.00

cut  $5.00

shampoo  $2.00

style  $7.00

Color  $22.00 and up

perm  $22.00 and up

highlight  $30.00 and up

manicure  $9.00

facial  $9.00

scalp treatment  w/style $12.00

makeup  $10.00

 waxing:

brow  $5.00

lip  $5.00

arm  $14.00

1/2 arm  $7.00

leg  $20.00

1/2 leg  $10.00

face  $20.00


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Scholarship Opportunities

Federal and State Student Aid Information (click here)

Scholarships

For more information contact the guidance office at MCHS.

Student Drivers Rules and Vehicle Registration Form