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2019 Summer Camps

Summer Camps

Click the links below for information and application forms for 2019 Summer Camps offered at Metcalfe County Schools.

MCES Summer Camps

MCMS 21st Century Camp

MCHS 21st Century Camp

Youth Boys Basketball Camp

Youth Girls Basketball Camp

Youth Football Camp


MCMS Recycling Project Wins Award


Recycling Award

The National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project has selected MCMS for the Kentucky Junior Rookie of the Year award for its recycling program. Pictured are (front L-R): Allie Judd, Aubrey Glass, Brody Hurt, Emily Shaw, and Kassady London; (back L-R): Cabot Boling, Ben Shirley, Collin Shive, Dakota Morris, and CT Branstetter.

Enrollment Open for 21st Century Summer Programs

21st Century

Enrollment is now open for the 21st Century Summer Programs at Metcalfe County Middle School and Metcalfe County High School. Forms will be going home with students the week of May 6-10. 

CLICK HERE for a link to the MCMS 21st Century Summer Program Application Form (green)
CLICK HERE for a link to the MCHS 21st Century Summer Program Application Form (yellow)

Parent Survey for Academy Students

If you are a parent of a student in the MCMS Academy, click the link below to take the survey.



MCMS Baseball Season Ends

MCMS Baseball

The MCMS baseball season came to an end on Monday, May 6 as the Hornets fell to Casey County 14-11 in the CKMSAC tournament. While 8th Grade Night was rained out, we want to recognize Kailin Birge, Holden Cary, Lanydon Johnson, Tristan Thurmond, and Kaden Scott and wish them good luck in high school.

Youth Basketball Camp Sign-ups Underway

Basketball Camp

Metcalfe County High School will host a boys basketball youth camp for students entering kindergarten through 8th grade on June 10-13 from 8am until 11am. The cost is $25 if you pay by May 24 and $30 after May 24. For more information click "read more" or contact Brandon Brockman at MCHS. 

MCMS Recognizes 8th Grade Softball Team

MCMS Softball

The Metcalfe County Middle School softball season came to an end on April 22, as six student-athletes were recognized during 8th Grade Night at Edmonton Memorial Park. Pictured (L-R) assistant coach Torrie Osbon, Anna Grace Blythe, Hannah Bragg, head coach Alex Pennington, Lilly Reece, Camryn Reece, Rayleigh Johnson, and Raelyn Mosby.

4-H Blue Jeans and Bays Horse Club Win at WKU


Metcalfe County 4-H Blue Jeans and Bays Horse Club traveled to Bowling Green to the L.D. Brown Ag Expo Center on the Western Kentucky University Farm to compete in the District 6 4-H Horse Judging and Hippology Contest.

Metcalfe Students Win at STLP State Championship


Students from Metcalfe County Schools returned home with several awards from the 2019 STLP State Championship.

Josh Hurt Promoted to Director of Instruction

Josh Hurt

Metcalfe County Middle School assistant principal and Metcalfe County High School girls basketball head coach Josh Hurt has been named the district’s new Director of Instruction. Subsequently, Hurt is stepping down as girls basketball coach.


Metcalfe County Public Library

The Metcalfe County Public Library has lots going on in the month of March. This also includes many oppportunities for teens. Click here for a flyer to see what all is happening.


Metcalfe County Public Library

2017-2018 School Report Card Available Online

Raise the Bar Close the Gap

Metcalfe County's 2017-2018 School Report Card is now available online. Just click here to visit the site. The website provides information about our district, as well as data from all three schools: Metcalfe County Elementary, Metcalfe County Middle, and Metcalfe County High.


The Kentucky Department of Education released new School Report Cards in January 2019. The state continues to offer tools to help parents understand and celebrate the performance of schools. KRS 158.6453 requires the sharing of the School Report Card annually with families and communities so stakeholders can have a clear idea of how well their school is performing. If you need help accessing or viewing your school report card, please contact the central office at (270) 432-3171.

Nutrition Day Recipes

Click "Read More" to see the recipes from Fitness Day.


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