WCHS Class of 2016 WCHS art students create KSBA banner Wayne County High School hosted a close the deal ceremony for seniors students at the high school experienced a drunk driving simulation The cheerleaders lead the students at the pep rally for the football team The 2015 Homecoming Court High school staff on opening day Cardinal Football 2015 WCHS Volleyball Students visited the courthouse Clay sculpting during art class Academic Team Coach Jared Criswell helped his team through practice JROTC Cadets at Veteran's Day Parade Picking fresh vegetables from the school garden Meeting for ESL students Boys Soccer
Three teams from Bass Bandits qualify for state tournament

Six Wayne County anglers will be participating at the state tournament on Kentucky Lake on May 13-14. Four local teams placed at the Region 3 Tournament with a total of 86 boats recently participating at Conley Bottom Boat Dock. There are 18 anglers on Wayne County's Bass Bandits program, making nine teams.

Prom ticket discount for abiding students

  In an effort to make sure Wayne County students’ promise a safe drug free event, the Kentucky Agency for Substance Abuse Policies is offering to pay $10 off each prom ticket for the first seventy five students. They are making this effort to inform not only parents/guardians but the community at large of Kentucky’s Zero Tolerance Law and Wayne County’s Social Hosting Ordinance.

Wayne County High School students visited Berea College to learn more about college options

Some 30 local students participated in the Latino Outreach program. They learned about college admission, toured the campus seeing dorms and classroom buildings, discussed their Boys' Soccer Program, visited a college art gallery, and dined in the Mountaineer Cafe for lunch.

WCHS Bowling Team holds fifth annual Bowling Banquet

The WCHS Bowling Team celebrated a season of learning and improvement on Monday, April 18. Students received trophies and plaques in recognition of their accomplishments for the 2015-2016 season.

Congratulations to state winners at Skills USA State Competiton

April 13-16, students from Wayne County Area Technology Center traveled to Louisville to compete in the Skills USA State Competition. Both the skills gap and skilled worker shortages are being adressed through the industry driven Skills USA competitions. The club's work contributes to America's future.

2016 WCHS JROTC Awards Ceremony

Numerous cadets received medals and awards for their service to Wayne County's JROTC program. Local veterans and Wayne County graduates assisted school officials with the presentations.

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