“The Mission of LaRue County High School is to provide the necessary skills and knowledge for students to become proficient in academic expectations, which will allow a successful transition to adult life.”

LARUE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
BAND OF HAWKS EARNS DISTINGUISHED RATINGS

The LaRue County Band of Hawks recently performed at the Heartland Large Ensemble Festival Assessment in Elizabethtown.  At the annual event, the band performs two pieces of music that have been rehearsed and prepared for performance.  Immediately following that portion of the assessment, the band is given a piece of music never seen before, allowed five minutes to look it over (without playing) and then performs it for an adjudicator. 


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LCHS Recieves Best High School Ranking

 

The U.S. News rankings include data on more than 19,400 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia.


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LC Speech wins 4 State Championships!

LC Speech wins 4 State Championships!

 

Curtis Milby - State Champion Prose

Brian Anderson - State Champion Extemp AND Oratory Elijah Thomas - State Champion Poetry


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IVY BROWN SELECTED MISS BASKETBALL!

LaRue County senior guard Ivy Brown, a WKU signee, was named 2014 Kentucky Miss Basketball Tuesday night at a ceremony in Lexington.

“I was definitely very excited,” Brown said. “It’s a huge, huge honor, knowing that the coaches picked me to represent Kentucky like that.”

The 6-foot-2-inch guard is the Lady Toppers’ first Miss Basketball to join the program out of high school since Crystal Kelly did so in 2004 out of Sacred Heart. 2006 winner Arnika Brown, from Christian County, was the last Miss Basketball to play for WKU after transferring from Kentucky.


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LCHS ACT MOTIVATION

Principal Kyle Goodlett, Vice Principal Chris Price, and  Superintendent Sam Sanders along with the entire LCHS staff work together to motivate the LCHS Junior Class to perform well on the ACT.


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