Mercer County Senior High School’s Future Problem Solving team (FPS) has enjoyed great success over the past few years and they have reached another level of success by advancing to state competition. The team has placed 1st in district competition for three years in a row. At the regional level, they were runners-up. By placing 2nd, the team has qualified for state.
Posted Thursday, February 22, 2018
Khaled Khalaf, Mercer County Intermediate School student, was not only named the county Jim Claypool Conservation Poster winner, but he is also the Area 6 Winner. Area 6 is comprised of fifteen school districts which are Anderson County, Bourbon County, Boyle County, Clark County, Estill County, Fayette County, Franklin County, Garrard County, Jessamine County, Lincoln County, Madison County, Mercer County, Powell County, Scott County and Woodford County.
Posted Wednesday, February 21, 2018
The Mercer County Board of Education is accepting bids on approximately 100 acres of hay. Proposals shall include mowing, baling and removal of hay within one (1) week of baling from Mercer County Schools’ property.
Posted Tuesday, February 20, 2018
10 MCSH students recently competed in the Mercer County Senior High School Scholarship Pageant 2018. The event is organized and directed by Senior Brevin Charles and Mercer Alum Bailey Milam. This pageant is open to all Mercer County Senior HIgh School girls grades 9 - 12 to compete for $1500 in Scholarship money and multiple prizes.
Posted Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Mercer County Senior High School Beta club members AJ Randall, Megan Vineyard, Jacob Sanders and Emily Bechtel competed in arts and academic competitions at the Kentucky Senior Beta Convention in Lexington recently.
Mercer Intermediate School students in Mrs. Irvin’s class recently read a story titled Aero and Officer Mike. The story is about an officer and his dog and what they do for the community.
Posted Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Lexy is being recognized as one of the top 3-point shooters in the country! She was nominated, along with 15 others from across the U.S., to compete in this year’s High School Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships #DreamFearlessly Fan Vote Competition.
The district’s Finance Department has prepared a one-page summary of how Governor Bevin’s proposed budget would impact Mercer County Schools. Read More to see the drastic cuts our schools would face.
Posted Friday, February 9, 2018
Mercer County Intermediate School Guidance Counselor, Amy Riley, has been selected to receive the Kentucky School Counselor Association’s (KSCA) Emerging Leader Award. She will be honored at the KSCA’s annual conference in Lexington, KY.
Posted Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Mercer County Schools' students and staff wore blue and orange as part of the state's MC Strong day. Kentuckians across the state were encouraged to wear blue and orange as a show of support for the students, staff, parents and community of Marshall County Schools. Click Read More to view the photo gallery.
Posted Friday, February 2, 2018