The North Hardin High School Class of 2018 is ready for the world! Trojan Nation was all smiles at the North Hardin High School graduation ceremony. Central Hardin High School Principal Tim Isaacs handed out more than 350 diplomas Central Hardin High School graduates are ready for the next story. The John Hardin High School Class of 2018 is ready for big things! John Hardin High School seniors enjoyed moments together before graduation. A Hardin County High School graduate shares a laugh with College View Campus principal Robert King. Lakewood Elementary School students had a nice visit to Tony Yorks on Main in Glendale. Meadow View Elementary School 4th graders shared their ideas at the Invention Convention. Community and staff members interview North Hardin High School students who wish to earn their Work Ethic Certification. North Middle School students work with Principal Jeff Lowman to make slime in science class. GC Burkhead Elementary School first graders taught kindergarten students how to log into and use Chrome Books.

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distinguished alumni 2018
HCS ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS FOR 2018 DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI CLASS Read More
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THE CRUISIN’ CAFÉ SET TO TAKE OFF Read More
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OPEN HOUSE DATES ARE SET FOR BEGINNING OF 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR Read More
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HCS CHILDCARE CENTER WILL OPEN THIS SUMMER Read More
Kevin Estes
KEVIN ESTES IS THE NEXT PRINCIPAL AT JAMES T. ALTON MIDDLE SCHOOL Read More
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CECILIA VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SBDM NAMES NICOLE CULLOM AS PRINCIPAL Read More
James Luttrell
JAMES LUTTRELL IS THE NEW PRINCIPAL AT VINE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Read More
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2018-19 HCS DISTRICT CALENDAR ADOPTED Read More
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LINK TO INFORMATION ABOUT PENSION REFORM Read More
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PUBLIC NOTICE FOR AMENDMENT TO STUDENT IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE Read More
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Reminder about Kindergarten Enrollment

Per Kentucky law, all children must be enrolled in and attend school between the ages of 6 and 18. Children can enter primary school at age 5, but only if their 5th birthday is on or before August 1 of the current school year. 

A child who is 5 years old or who turns 5 by August 1st may attend school. A child who is 6 years old or who turns 6 by August 1, must attend school.

Preschool programs are available for eligible 3- and 4-year-old children as well.

CLICK HERE for information on Kindergarten enrollment