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Old 12-13-2007, 04:27 PM
 
Location: Pikeville, Ky.
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U.S News and World Report has named several East amd South Ky schools as the top in the country..

I thank the teachers and school systems who have put our childrens education above everything else..I thank them for the help programs that they have developed for our kids..Praises to the parents who encourage their children to be the best they can be..

.Barbourville City School, Knox County -- Bronze
Beechwood High School, Kenton County -- Silver
Bowling Green High School, Warren County -- Silver
Eminence High School, Henry County -- Bronze
Graves County High School, Graves County -- Bronze
Harlan High School, Harlan County -- Bronze
Highlands High School, Campbell County -- Silver
Jackson City School, Breathitt County -- Bronze
Johnson Central High School, Johnson County -- Bronze
Lee County High School, Lee County -- Bronze
Phelps High School, Pike County -- Bronze
Pikeville High School, Pike County -- Bronze
Walton-Verona High School, Boone County -- Bronze
Williamsburg City School, Whitley County
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Old 12-14-2007, 08:04 AM
 
Location: Pendleton County, KY
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U.S News and World Report has named several East amd South Ky schools as the top in the country..

I thank the teachers and school systems who have put our childrens education above everything else..I thank them for the help programs that they have developed for our kids..Praises to the parents who encourage their children to be the best they can be..

.Barbourville City School, Knox County -- Bronze
Beechwood High School, Kenton County -- Silver
Bowling Green High School, Warren County -- Silver
Eminence High School, Henry County -- Bronze
Graves County High School, Graves County -- Bronze
Harlan High School, Harlan County -- Bronze
Highlands High School, Campbell County -- Silver
Jackson City School, Breathitt County -- Bronze
Johnson Central High School, Johnson County -- Bronze
Lee County High School, Lee County -- Bronze
Phelps High School, Pike County -- Bronze
Pikeville High School, Pike County -- Bronze
Walton-Verona High School, Boone County -- Bronze
Williamsburg City School, Whitley County
Awesome! But the three I highlighted are actually in Northern Kentucky.
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Old 12-14-2007, 07:39 PM
 
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Something i think everybody oughta be aware of: Extreme overlap of HS work with direct community involvement across the commonwealth specially at small town local levels.

Typical at Kentucky is newspapers recruiting students to write coverage of local news. Students get published before the age of 18. Radio stations typically include couple of weekly programs operated entirely by HS students. And HS football games during championship play-offs git broadcast on local networks with student broadcasters televising the event. County Fairs: cattle-judging contests, demolition derbies, turkey shoots, hill climbs and tractor pulls often won each year by enthusiastic youngsters.

Kids grow up FAST given the kinda responsibility they find here. Oughta be no surprise that KY High Schools rate so favorable on national level. Question of spirited seamless society where potential in action counts for alot, given opportunity for direct involvement at early age.
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