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Education

  • Local student selected as scholarship semifinalist

    Kyle Smith, a junior at Oldham County High School, has been selected as a semifinalist competing for one of 65 scholarships to study abroad with the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Abroad program.

    The YES Abroad program is operated under funding by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The merit-based award covers the full cost of an academic year, providing students with a full immersion experience through living with a host family and attending a local  high school.

  • Check mate
  • Youth mud run announced
  • Trivia night fundraiser

    Oldham County Middle School invites you to attend Family Tree Foundation Trivia Night on Saturday, March 22, at 6 p.m. at St. Aloysius Catholic Church at 212 Mt. Mercy Drive in Pewee Valley.

    Regular Tables are $120 for 8 people (ages 18 and over only).  Please feel free to bring your own snacks and drinks, adult beverages are welcome. VIP Tables are $200 for 8 people.  VIP Benefits: Soda/Water, Dessert, Raffle Tickets, 2 Free Answers, Prime Table Placement and Runner.

  • Goshen student serves as page for Sen. Harris
  • Speech team competes

    Congratulations to the 2013-2014 NOHS Speech Team for a job well done at the 2014 KHSSL State Championship Tournament at UK. Brooke Hasl placed fifth overall in the Prose state finals to become a state finalist.

    The following students also reached the semifinal round (top 18) of state competition:

    Cedric Withrow and Anabel Unker-

    -Dramatic Interpretation State Semifinalists. Kiersten Cleveland and Grace Elbert--Duo Interpretation State Semifinalists--they finished 10th overall.

  • Teen takes on underage tanning
  • Snow puts school in session during Oaks

    The long winter has finally caught up with Oldham County Schools.

    While other school districts have gone to school on holidays or canceled parts or all of spring break, students at OCS have largely avoided the same fate during the multiple winter storms that have blanketed the region.

    That is, until now.

    With last Monday becoming the 12th canceled day of the year, the school board decided to officially put school in session on what’s largely a holiday in the Louisville area, Oaks Day on May 2.

  • Agriculture scholarships available for fall semester

    The Louisville Agricultural Club will provide college scholarships to high school seniors and current college students who will be enrolled in an agricultural college or university in either Kentucky or Indiana in the fall of 2014. To be eligible, students must be residents of Clark, Floyd or Harrison County in Indiana or a resident of one of seven counties in Kentucky. Oldham County is one of the specified counties in Kentucky.

  • Band director honored at KMEA