Calloway County Schools

Calloway County Schools
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About Us

Located in western Kentucky, Calloway County Schools provide excellent opportunities for our students to pursue a variety of academic and extracurricular activities designed to prepare them for the 21st century. Beginning with a full day kindergarten program, the three elementary schools (K-5), middle school (6-8), and high school (9-12) offer high quality curriculum designed to challenge every student from the gifted/talented to special needs learner. Each school features instruction in art and music, a library/media center, and a gymnasium for physical education. Calloway County Schools also offer over 30 extracurricular academic and athletic programs. The district has roughly 500 full-time employees and serves around 3,000 students in preschool through high school. The annual budget is approximately 30 million dollars a year.

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CCHS Academic Team wins again at the WKCTC Challenge.  Regionals coming up!
6th grade Academic Team Showcase Champions again!
Lakers for Life Night!
CCHS Principal Randy McCallon entertaining students at lunchtime!
CCHS students working in the greenhouse.
East students having fun at recess.
Principal of North Calloway Elementary with future kindergartener at the annual Lakers for Life night.
Southwest Principal Josh McKeel watching as Southwest Calloway Elementary was announced as a National Blue Ribbon School for 2016!