• Cornerstone hosts ‘Ag Day’

    Cornerstone Christian Academy hosted the fourth annual “Ag Day” event. Students had an opportunity to learn hands-on about various aspects of agriculture as they spent the day visiting demonstration booths from local businesses, farmers, veterinarians and vendors.

  • Class of 2013-2014 Young Leaders Institute

    Harrison Baldwin

    Parents are Bart and Stephanie Baldwin

    Shelby County High School

    School/Community Involvement:Accelerated Academy, Class Officer, Y-Club, Odyssey of the Mind, KUNA, KYA, Tennis team, Soccer team, Shelby Christian Church Youth Group

  • FBLA state conference team

    Shelby County participants in the FBLA state conference held at the Galt House in Louisville were Kyle Cannon (from left), accounting I; Antonio McManis, public speaking II; Jacob Gowin, entrepreneurship, third place; Joey Heyser, business law, first place; Jonathan Curry, entrepreneurship, third place; Easton Swisher, entrepreneurship, third place; Anna Henry, business plan, second place. McManis is a Collins High School student, and the rest are from Shelby County High School.

  • Tripp receives honors at Oklahoma State Veterinary Center

    The Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences held its annual awards banquet, and among those honored was Holt Tripp of Shelbyville. Tripp received the Shane Andrew Ehrhart, DVM, Memorial Scholarship, the Glenn Patterson Memorial Scholarship and a Dr. Harvey and Corinne Price Endowed Scholarship in recognition of his interest in food, animal medicine and his desire to practice veterinary medicine in a rural community. He is the son of Phil and Beth Tripp of Shelbyville.

  • EKU offers state’s first online masters degree in gifted education

    Eastern Kentucky University will offer Kentucky’s first fully online master’s degree in Gifted Education in Fall 2014.

    The program, which is designed to serve current elementary, middle and secondary education teachers, is unique in that educators with any base level certification P-12 are eligible. Program graduates certified in Kentucky will be eligible to apply for the Gifted Education Endorsement, the Kentucky Teacher Leader Endorsement and advancement in Rank.

  • Cornerstone visits Washington

    A group of about 12 adults and 13 eighth grade students from Shelbyville's Cornerstone Christian Academy visited Washington, D.C., where Congressman Massie gave them a personal tour of the Capitol Building. Because portions of the Capitol were closed for restoration, the Congressman gave the students a special tour that very few ever experience. He brought the group to the speaker's balcony, the private, members-only terrace that overlooks the National Mall and provides one of the rarest views in Washington, D.C.

  • Students selected to Governor’s Scholar program

    Students selected to the 2014 Governor’s Scholar Program at Cornerstone Christian Academy were (from left) Andrew Hobbs, Claire Gibson and Kelley Berry.

  • On campus: May 30, 2014

    Local student receive abroad scholarship

  • Cornerstone receives geography bee awards

    Cornerstone Christian Academy students received good, excellent and superior ribbons in the ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) District Geography Bee. They included (front row, from left) Dwayne Zapata, Brandon Lopesilvero, Doug Jessee, Sam Osborne, Hunter Lumbatis; (back row) Adam Doyle, Jack Jessee, Ethan Brunzo, Brock Weaver, Gregory Parrish.

  • Shelby students honored at EKU

    Those earning the dean’s award at Eastern Kentucky University, include:

    Heather Amos of Shelbyville, a junior music major.

    Amanda Buresh of Shelbyville, a sophomore pre-occupational science major.