Scott High School News

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2019-20 Athletic Paperwork
3/30/20 Letter to Scott Families
Office Closed
UPDATED (3/27): Superintendent's Letter regarding COVID-19
Special SBDM Meeting
Yearbook Fun
Scheduling
UPDATED (3/27): Superintendent's Letter regarding COVID-19
Blood Drive
Family open & lap swim at Kenton County Aquatics Center at Scott High School Swimming Pool

The Kenton County Aquatics Center at Scott High School is hosting a family open & lap swim.

KCSD and NKU announce early college program

Northern Kentucky University (NKU) and Kenton County School District (KCSD) are in alignment in their aspirations to be nationally recognized for being a student-ready and regionally-engaged partnership that empowers diverse learners for economic and social mobility.

To support student success, this innovative approach will ensure students have a clear path to their educational experience through an early college program.

Yearbook Baby Ads for Seniors
Band Camp
Scott High School's Laura Cole wins Milken Educator Award Laura Cole wins Milken Award

Kentucky high school teacher Laura Cole instills confidence in her math students through her unwavering belief in their skills. Their strong academic results prove it: Cole has elevated student performance in numeracy and literacy at Scott High School, and her students' standardized test scores lead the Kenton County School District. 

For photos of the event, click here.

KY Anonymous Tip Line Now Operational stop logo

The Kentucky Office of Homeland Security's Anonymous Tip Line is now operational. 

Upcoming Picture Dates
2020 High School Graduation Dates and Times graduation hat

Dates and times have been set for graduation ceremonies for the Kenton County School District's Class of 2020.

Graduation Date Set
Terrace Metrics Resiliency Survey

In the Kenton County School District, it’s about all kids.  We are  committed to educating the “whole child”. This means teaching  academic and  life skills to prepare students for college, career, and life.  Research shows that building  social/emotional strengths are necessary to learn these larger life skills. This commitment to educating the “whole child” led to the district decision to administer the Terrance Metrics Resiliency Survey.