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2018 Governor's Scholars from GCHS Three GCHS juniors selected as Governor's Scholars
Jonathan Nelson, Shannnon McClung and Josh Embry have been chosen as Kentucky Governor's Scholars for this summer's program. The Governor’s Scholars Program is a summer residential program for outstanding high school students in Kentucky who are rising seniors. The Program originated in 1983 as a result of Kentucky leaders’ concern that the state’s “best and brightest” were leaving the Commonwealth to pursue educational and career opportunities elsewhere without fully understanding the potential of their talents at home. Students who are selected attend the Program without charge. In order to participate in the Program, students must be nominated by their high schools and then compete on a state-wide level. Congratulations!
Cameron Harris Governor's School for the Arts Cameron Harris chosen for Governor's School for the Arts
GCHS junior Cameron Harris has been chosen to participate in the Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts for Vocal Music.  The Kentucky Center Governor's School for the Arts (GSA) is a three-week summer program for rising juniors and seniors in the state of Kentucky. Each spring over 1700 students audition for 256 spots in the program. The program is located at Centre College in Danville, KY. Cameron is only the third student in GCHS history chosen for the program.
GCHS Students working in FFA greenhouse FFA greenhouse is now open for business
The 2018 Spring Plant Sale at the Grayson County High School FFA Greenhouse is now underway. The students of the Grayson County High School Greenhouse Technology class proudly present this year’s crop of ornamental bedding and vegetable plants for public sale.  The plants are vigorous and healthy as well as very reasonably priced. The GCHS FFA Greenhouse is located directly behind Grayson County High School and is open weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and will remain open until May 18th. For a complete price list, click here.
GCHS Winterguard State Champs GCHS Winterguard is Kentucky State CHAMPIONS !!
The GCHS Winterguard won the Kentucky State Championship and overall Gold Medal in their class at the 2018 SCGC Championships at Western Kentucky University. Guards from Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama competed, as well as a handful of guards from other states.  The GCHS Winterguard was started only three years ago and this was the first time they've won a state championship and gold medal.  Congratulations to our students and their instructor, Jason Henderson.
Parent member nominations for GCHS Site Based Council
Parent member nominations for the GCHS Site Based Decision Making Council for the 2018 - 2019 school year will be taken April 16, 2018 through April 20, 2018 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day in the main office of Grayson County High School.  Parent elections will be held Monday, April 23, 2018 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at GCHS.
Noah Saltsman signs with Spalding Noah Saltsman to run Track & Cross Country at Spalding University
GCHS Senior Noah Saltsman will run Track and Cross Country next year at Spalding University in Louisville. With Noah at his signing were, front row: Travis Saltsman (Father), Lora Saltsman (Mother). Back row: GCHS Head Cross Country Coach Anthony Miller, GCHS Head Track & Field Coach Matt Hayes, Jalynn Saltsman (sister), Nate Saltsman (brother) and Mary Embry and Wendee Embry, assistant Cross Country Coaches.
Grace Childress signs with Spalding University Grace Childress will run Cross Country for Spalding University
GCHS Senior Grace Childress will be running Cross Country next year for Spalding University in Louisville.  Attending her signing, front row: Keith Brooks (Dad), Grace, Karen Brooks (Mom). Middle row: Barbara Houston (Grandmother) Kennedy Childress (Sister), Houston Brooks (Brother). Back row: Blake Childress (Brother), Brennan Childress (Brother) Mary and Wendee Embry, GCHS Coaches, and Anthony Miller, GCHS Head Cross Country Coach.
Triniti Bradley Triniti Bradley awarded KSBA's First Degree College Scholarship
GCHS Senior Triniti Bradley was awarded the Kentucky School Board Association's (KSBA) First Degree College Scholarship at the KSBA Conference in early March in Louisville. The KSBA awards two Kentucky High School seniors who will be the first in their family to attend college a $2,500 scholarship to attend any two- or four-year college or university.  Triniti will attend Western Kentucky University in the fall and major in Chemistry, hoping to become a Dermatologist.
Hannah Saltsman signs to play basketball at Brescia Hannah Saltsman will play basketball at Brescia University
GCHS Senior Hannah Saltsman has signed a letter of intent to play basketball next year for Brescia University in Owensboro.  With Hannah at her signing were, front row, left to right; her Mom, Tammy and sister Hadlee. Her Dad, Trevor and brother Hunter.  Back row: Brescia Head Coach Mike Gray and GCHS Girls Head Basketball Coach Josh Basham.
20 GCHS music students perform in All 4th District Ensembles
The GCHS Music program is proud to announce that 20 high school music students participated in All 4th District Band and Symphonic Band in early February. The 4th District Symphonic Band and the 9th and 10th grade Honor Band performed on February 2nd and 3rd at Taylor County High School.
 4th District Symphonic Band
 Members of the 4th District Symphonic Band were, bottom to top: Alexis Coon, Kaylie Westphal, Mason Parker, Darrenger Huff, Jonah Nolan, Noah Gawarecki, Jeremiah Embry, Jacob Swift and Jackson Parker.
 9th and 10th grade all district
 Members of the 9th and 10th Grade All District Band were; front; Devin Coon, Trevor Kincheloe. Middle; Rylie Hayues, Natasha Ramsey, Lexi Darst, Kristen Decker. Back; AJ Napper, Jacob Green, Shaina Portman, Alexis Harmon and Riley Penny.
Noah Bullock with Bassmaster Champ Mike McClelland GCHS Bass Fisherman meets Bassmaster Pro at event
GCHS Bass Fisherman Noah Bullock got a treat in February at a Customer Appreciation event at Renegade Marine.  The highlight of the event was a meet and greet with Bassmaster Pro Mike McClelland, a winner of 8 Bassmaster Tournaments and more than $1.7 million in career earnings. While at dinner at Las Palmas restaurant, McClelland was gracious enough to pose for a pic with Noah.  The GCHS Bass Fishing Team would like to thank Renegade Marine and Mike McClelland for hosting this event.
Academic team prepares for regionals Academic Team competes at regionals, prepares for state and nationals
Congratulations to the Grayson County High School Academic Team for its performance at the KAAC Governor's Cup Regional competition Saturday, February 17.  The Quick Recall team placed 3rd, losing to previous state champion-team Daviess County in a close game. Overall, the team placed third in total number of school points!  Pictured from left to right are: Kaylie Reed, Cesselly Gibson, Johnny Loughran, Hunter Meredith, Alex Dennis, Amanda Fulp, Dakota Boaz, Sarah Kiper, Dustin Hayden, and Makayla Armes. Not pictured: Holly Lykins and Nathan Shelton. 
The GCHS Future Problem Solving team tied for first place in the  Regional competition, with members Amanda Fulp, Sarah Kiper, Emily  Logsdon, and Carly Mann; the FPS team is coached by Ellen Thomas.  Good  luck to the Future Problem Solving team as they head to the State  competition in March! Alex Dennis also advances to the state competition  for written assessment, placing third in Arts & Humanities and  second in Language Arts. He was also invited to compete at the NAQT  Individual Player National Championship to be hosted in Chicago in  April. Good luck to Alex at the state and national competitions! The  GCHS academic team is coached by head coach Sharon Sloan and assistant  coaches Erina Duvall, Priscilla Gordeuk, and Bill Newsome. 
ACT 30+ Scorers 13 GCHS students score 30 or above on the ACT exam
Thirteen GCHS students have scored 30 or above on the ACT test. The ACT is the nation’s most popular college entrance exam and is accepted and valued by all universities. A score of 30 or above puts these students in the upper 5 percent of all US high school students taking the exam. More than 2 million students took the exam last year. The average composite score was 20.8. A perfect score is 36. Pictured here are; front row, left to right: Alexis Coon, Katie Poindexter, Sarah Bratcher, Jackson Parker, Makenna Wells, Jacob Swift. Back row: Jonathan Nelson, Sydney Rogers, Nathan Haycraft, Alex Dennis, Haley McDowell, Jonathan Loughran, Bailey Stevenson.
Customized GCHS Polo Shirt Get your official Grayson County Cougar gear now from Jostens school store
GCHS and Jostens have teamed up to provide Cougar supporters with all the logoed Cougar gear you’ll ever need for men, women and the kids. You’ll find caps, t-shirts, hoodies, sweats, pants, polos and much more in all sizes. Better yet, it doesn’t matter if you buy one item or 20, you can personalize anything with a variety of designs and colors. And, the best news, for each item purchased, GCHS will receive a portion of the proceeds to be used to reward students for achievements in academics, clubs, athletics, attitude and enthusiasm. It’s a great way to show your Cougar Pride and help our achieving Cougar students at the same time! Visit the Josten's School Store today!
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