• Hornback wins scholarship

    Ryan Hornback, a senior at LaRue County High School, will be awarded a $2,000 scholarship from the Kentucky Association of Counties.

    The 2013 Presidential Scholarship Award will be presented at an upcoming awards ceremony at the high school.

    The scholarship honors KACo’s current Association President and LaRue County Judge/executive Tommy Turner, who will present the award.

    Hornback plans to attend the University of Kentucky in the fall, where he plans to study mechanical engineering.

  • School Calendar


    Last day

    May 22 – Last day for students



    Senior photos

    A group photo of LCHS seniors will be taken at 8:30 a.m. May 2 at Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park.


    National Honor Society

    The National Honor Society induction is 1 p.m. May 5.



    Baccalaureate is 3 p.m. May 19.


  • LCHS to be featured in KDE program

    Kentucky Department of Education officials brought their own technology with them as they recorded a LaRue County Schools’ technology webcast last week in the high school library.

    David Couch, associate commissioner for knowledge, information, and data services, led a panel that interviewed LaRue’s superintendent of schools, Sam Sanders and district administrators Paul Mullins, Amanda Reed, and Freddie Newby in an hour-long taping.

  • Students at LCMS kick butts
  • Father's Day at Hodgenville Elementary School
  • LaRue County High School Honor Roll

    Third nine weeks
    All A’s

  • National board certification process gives LCMS teacher a 'look in the mirror'

    For LaRue County Middle School physical education teacher Lisa Drake, progressing through the national board certification process has given her an opportunity to look inside herself to improve her teaching.
    “This process forces one to look in a mirror and analyze what you are doing in the classroom, critique yourself, and make adjustments when what you are doing isn’t directly affecting student achievement,” she said.
    One important thing she soon grasped was that listening is every bit as important as speaking.

  • Hannah Mayfield accepted into nurse practitioner program

    Hannah Mayfield, a 2011 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Western Kentucky University’s nursing program, has been accepted into the school’s nurse practitioner program. Out of 80 candidates, only 30 were accepted.
    Mayfield is employed as a surgical nurse at the medical Center in Bowling Green.

  • LaRue woman is part of WKU's winning Enactus team

    The Western Kentucky University Enactus team became a Regional Champion at the Atlanta Regional Competition on April 1. The team will present its projects at the Enactus National Finals in Kansas City, Mo., May 14-16.

  • EOC Testing Around the Corner

    Starting next week, LaRue County High School students will take state-mandated end-of-course assessments that will count as part of the Unbridled Learning accountability as well as 15 percent of their final grade.

    Students taking Algebra II will be tested April 24; biology, April 25; English, II; and U.S. History, April 29.