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Statement from Dr. Harry Burchett on October 17 safety activities

During the morning hours on Thursday, October 17, 2019, the Harrison County School District conducted a joint safety and security operational training at Harrison County High School, Harrison County Middle School, other school grounds on the Hilltop and the Area Technology Center.

AP Program Updates and Test Schedule
AP Night
Information about the Non-Credible August 28th Threat

Click read more to view the documents about the Non-Credible Threat.

HCHS Spirit Days begin Wednesday, 8/21! Spirit flyers
HCHS Football Promo Video (Updated)

View it here

HCHS sets registration dates

Harrison County High School has set dates for the 2019-20 school year.

Summer Feeding Program Flooding Site change

Due to the flooding at River Road, the Harrison County Schools summer feeding program for the "River Road Site" will be served at Central Christian Church(Second and Riggs) until further notice. All other sites will continue as scheduled.

HCHS Wrestler earns national honor

Harrison County High School wrestler Jessica Torres has been named as a state winner of the Tricia Saunders High School Excellence Award.

HCHS Makes Top 50 in Vans Custom Culture contest

We are so excited to learn that Harrison County High School is one of the top 50 schools competing in the 10th annual #VansCustomCulture competition! Very honored to share our version of what “Off The Wall” and “Local Flavor” means to our school!

End of Year Information and 2019 Senior Packet

Important dates, events, and graduation information. 

2017-18 School Report Card now available online

The 2017-18 School Report Card is now available online. You may visit Harrison
County’s School Report Card online.

2019 Cap and Gown Orders
HCHS Scheduling 2019-20

Please click the link for information regarding scheduling times for next year's incoming freshman-senior classes. 

Scheduling Info

2019 Project Grad Sponsorship
December Spirit Month at HCHS
Harrison County Schools 2019-2020 Calendar Survey

Click the title above to vote for your preference for the 2019-2020 School Calendar.

2018-19 Tutoring Schedule

Schedule added under School Forms.

Alive at 25

Alive at 25 will be held on September 25 from 4-8 p.m. in the HCHS library.

HCHS Archer Receives Scholarship Kennedy Sumpter 2018 NASP

HCHS archer Kennedy Sumpter competes in NASP/IBO World Outdoor 3D Challenge

ELL/ESL Family Night (Junta de Padres)
HCHS Rules and Expectations 2018-2019

In the first week of school, all students will review a slideshow outlining the 2018-19 HCHS rules and expectations.  This powerpoint is available under our school forms tab. 

Soccer Tryouts July 16, 2018
2018-19 Registration

Registration for 2018-19 HCHS students will be in the HCHS library on August 2, 2018. Times are 9-12 and 1-4. Students will pay fees and pick up their schedules and H-Books (student agendas).

Freshman 101 will be August 2, 2018 5:00.  Freshmen and their parents are strongly encouraged to come. We will begin the auditorium at 5:00. Freshmen will get to meet their teachers, find their lockers and become familiar with HCHS.

**Staff will be available on site to assist parents who are unable to attend scheduled registration times through the close of Freshman 101 at 6:30pm on August 2nd. 

For additional information, please view full back to school letter under our "newsletter" link. 

**New Immunization Requirements**

Beginning in the school year 2018-2019, ALL students will need to show proof of having received two doses of the Hepatitis A vaccine. This vaccine requires the delivery of the doses to be given six months apart. In addition, students age sixteen years and older must show proof of having received two doses of the meningococcal vaccine. It is important to contact your physician or local health department as soon as possible to verify your student has had these immunizations. If they have not yet had these immunizations, you should schedule an appointment before the school year starts. Please bring updated KY immunization certificate to registration at the middle and high schools  or to open house at the elementary schools. If you have additional questions, please contact your medical provider or Rachel Wilson, District School Nurse 234-7121


Children may start school if they have had the first dose of the Hepatitis A vaccine, with the understanding that they must get the second dose 6 months later. Please turn in a current immunization certificate at registration or before school begins, and an updated immunization certificate after the second dose.

HCHS School-Based Decision Making Council, 2018-19

Parent Representatives: Meghan Boland, Brian Canupp

Teacher Representatives: Melanie Fenton, Christine Garnett, Roger Hurst

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