• Shelby student spends week in Washington

    A Shelby County youth student is one of two Kentucky high school students that just returned from spending a week at the nation’s capital.

    Cyrus “Cy” Dutton IV of Shelbyville and Samuel Miller of Prospect were chosen from across the state to be part of the group of 104 student delegates who attended the program’s 53rdannual Washington Week March 7-14.

    The U.S. Senate Youth Program comes with a $5,000 scholarship from the Hearst Foundation.

  • Student/citizens of the month at Shelby County Area Technology Center

    The following students at the Shelby County Area Technology Center have received the Student of the Month for February, which is a student who is exemplary in the academic areas of the classroom: KeShawn Catlett, business; Marcus McMahann, business; Tyler Gilbert, automotive technology; Adam Sewell, machine tool; Rebekah Duvall, health science; Kassie Monroe, industrial maintenance; Charles Hunter Combs, information technology; Layla Al Jabiri, math/English.


  • Students speak at school board meeting

    Shelby County Public Schools Superintendent James Neihof posed with Novalee Moore (left) and KeyShawn Copeland, who spoke at a school board meeting about how technology is impacting their learning. Both discussed the advances of technology at Southside Elementary and how their learning experience is improving because of the engaging things they are getting to do with their learning.

  • School menus: March 16 to 20


    Elementary schools – Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit (28g) w/Jelly (9g), WG Blueberry Muffin (28g); Entrées: Chicken Patty (15g) on WG Bun (20g), Hot Ham& Cheese (1.5g)on WG Bun(20g); Sides: Steamed Broccoli, Baby Carrots w/Ranch (1g), Fresh Apple (15g) or Orange (15.4g), Pineapple Tidbits(15.5g); Condiments: Ketchup(3g), BBQ Sauce (7.5g), Honey Mustard (10g), Mustard (0g),Salad Dressing (1g), Mayonnaise (0g)

  • On campus: March 13, 2015

    Varghese named to Clemson dean’s list
    Mariah Sosanna Varghese
    of Simpsonville, whose major is Biological Sciences, has been named to the dean's list at Clemson University for the fall 2014 semester.

    To be named to the dean's list, a student achieved a grade-point average between 3.50 and 3.99 on a 4.0 scale.

  • School menus: March 9 to 13


    Elementary schools – Breakfast: Sausage Pancake Bites (15g), WG Blueberry Muffin (28g); Entrées: (2) WG Pretzel (28g)w/Cheese Sauce (3.15g), Popcorn Chicken(13g)W/WG Roll(24g); Sides: Green Beans(3.86g), Fresh Apple (15g), Orange Smiles(15.4g), Pineapple Tidbits(15.5g), Citrus Blast Juice (14g); Condiments: Honey Mustard(10g),Ketchup (3g) , Promise Margarine (0g),

  • Honor rolls: Collins High School

    Eighth grade

  • On Campus: Reilly Boone

    Western Kentucky University has selected 26 students, including Reilly Boone of Shelbyville, as recipients of the 2015-16 Cherry Presidential Scholarship, the school’s most prestigious academic award. The scholarship is valued at more than $16,800 annually and worth more than $67,000 during a four-year period. The students were among 68 applicants who visited WKU on Feb. 6. The recipients had an average GPA of 3.97 and an average ACT score of 32.2. There are 17 Kentucky Governor’s Scholars and two National Merit Semifinalists in the group of recipients.

  • Seniors are inductees in national honor society

    Sara Barbour (from left), teacher and NHS sponsor, posed for a photo with Cornerstone Christian Academy seniors Rosemary Thompson, Kelley Berry and Claire Gibson. These seniors are the inaugural inductees into CCA’s Chapter of the National Honor Society.

  • On campus: Jacqueline Hunter

    Jacqueline Noel Hunterwas honored with membership into the international dean's list society for exemplary academic performance at the University of Kentucky. She is majoring in marketing/business. Hunter isa junior at University of Kentucky and a transfer from Thomas Moore College where she played volleyball for the college. She is daughter of John and Traci Hunter.