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    Twelve from Flat Lick selected for Duke Talent Search

    Twelve students from Flat Lick Elementary School are among hundreds throughout the nation that have been selected to participate in the Duke University TIP – Talent Identification Program. Participants in Duke TIP’s 4th–6th Grade Talent Search discover and explore their talents and interests through a variety of academic enrichment activities; can gain a deeper understanding […]

    KCMS students selected for Rogers Explorers

    Seven students representing Knox County Middle School have been selected to participate in an  intensive three-day, two-night program focused on cultivating skills in leadership, technology, math, science, and community service. Named Rogers Explorers after its founder Rep. Hal Rogers, the program is developed, coordinated, and supervised by The Center for Rural Development in partnership with […]

    Knox Central ranks in top 12% of the nation

    U.S. News & World Report recently ranked Knox Central High School in the top 12% of all high schools in the nation. Earning a silver medal from the publication, Knox Central ranked 39th out of 370 Kentucky schools and 2,530 out of the nations 22,000+ high schools. “These results reflect your hard work,” principal Jeff Frost […]

    Mills earns repeat trip to national FBLA

    FBLA members from Knox Central High School put their business and marketing knowledge to the test during the annual Future Business Leaders of America state conference held April 17-19 in Louisville. Brandi Mills, a senior at Knox Central, earned third place honors in publication design.  In previous years Mills has competed and won in the […]

    Summer Fun and Fitness set to begin June 13

    The Knox County Family Resource and Youth Service Centers are set to kick off a Summer of Fun and Fitness at the Barbourville Water Park starting June 13th. Every Tuesday and Thursday for five weeks starting June 13 the Knox County FRYSCs will provide free admission for students and one adult per family to enter […]