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Education

  • Liberty Elementary: Kids helping kids

    Fourth-grade students at Liberty Elementary transformed into backpack tycoons as they spent two months running a business.

    The class formed a company, “Bags R’ Us,” to learn what it takes to run a business and raise money for charity in the process.

    Megan Winkle was one of the class’ top sellers.

  • Education briefs

    Jones graduates from North Oldham

    Alaina Louise Jones graduated Cum Laude from North Oldham High School, where she was a member of the Honor Society and treasurer of the Beta Club. Alaina was also on the girls’ basketball and soccer teams. She received the Chancellor’s Merit Award and a soccer scholarship to Division I Indiana-Purdue University at Fort Wayne.

  • Education Briefs

    Oldham students named to dean’s list at BCTCOldham County students Robert Anderson, Alyson Balogh and Edward West have been named to the dean’s list at Bluegrass Community & Technical College for the spri

  • NOHS teacher ExCELs

    During a surprise senior assembly, North Oldham High School teacher Steve Rauh learned that he had been selected as Oldham County’s recipient of the WHAS11 ExCEL Award.“It could have been one of many teachers at this high school,” Rauh said during his acceptance

  • Education Briefs

    Morris commissioned as lieutenantJohn Morris of La Grange was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army May 10, during Western Kentucky University’s 163rd commencement.

  • Local students graduate from WKU's Gatton Academy

    Ariel Bendon of Prospect and Schuyler Wolff of La Grange were recently honored as inaugural graduates of Western Kentucky University’s Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky.Fifty-four students representing 35 counties from across the Commonwealt

  • Education Briefs

    10 graduate from IWUTen students from Oldham County were among 1,700 students who received degrees during graduation ceremonies April 26 at Indiana Wesleyan University’s main campus in Marion.

  • Oldham County Middle receives School to Watch honors

    What does a high performing middle school look like? Dressed in red, white and blue T-shirts with the emblem of their mascot under a magnifying glass, Oldham County Middle School accepted the honor of being named a National School to Watch. As a School to Watch, OCMS serves as model of academic excellence, developmental responsiveness, social equity and organizational structure that sustains dynamic improvement and reform.

  • The Honor Roll

    Liberty Elementary, third grading periodUpper Primary<

  • High schools shine in annual journalism contest

    Each Oldham County high school brought home a slew of awards at the Kentucky High School Journalism Association’s annual convention. North Oldham High School’s North Star, South Oldham High School’s Dragon’s Tale and Oldham County High School’s Clarion Colonel picked up a number of individual and overall awards during the May 7 awards ceremony.