Marion County FFA members are presented awards at the annual FFA Awards banquet.  On March 17th, Marion County FFA members traveled to the E-Town Community and Technical College for regional competition.  Six areas advance to FFA state competition in June at Rupp Arena in Lexington.  They are: Nick Sandusky – Beef Impromptu, Paige Mattingly – Dairy Impromptu, Carrie Ann Followell – Extemporaneous Public Speaking, Gabby Barnes – Horse Impromptu, Madalynn Thompson – Poultry Impromptu and Alexis Hayden and Jake McCauley – Talent. Posters at the Capitol Academic Team District Champs! Chelsie VanWhy signed a scholarship with Campbellsville University for swimming 2015 MCHS Varsity Soccer Team 2015 MCHS Junior Varsity Soccer Team Lady Knights Soccer Banquet STLP Regionals Operation Christmas Child  Mr. Mattingly's veterinarian science class gives Scout a physical. Academic team practice Editors of The Shield conference with Mr. Simpson, journalism advisor. Coach Conley celebrating his 200th win Mr. Reinle, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. VanDyke, Mrs. Conley, Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. Nalley, Ms. Martin, Mrs. Price, Mrs. Tucker, Mr. Followell, Mr. Campbell, and Mrs. Evans were involved with the Math PLC  ACT practice test for juniors Mrs. Mattingly, Mr. Costisick, Mr. Buckman, Mr. Bennett, Ms. Veatch, Mrs. Costisick, Mrs. Followell, Mr. Simpson, and Mrs. Stayton are in their English Language PLC. Mrs. Allen, Mr. Conley, and Mr. Chatigny work in a CTE PLC CTE Teachers Mr. Hamm, Mr Babak, Mr. Taylor, Mrs. Bennett, Mr. Price, and Mr. Brown participate in a MCHS Science PLC Ms. Potter's Art I class displays their Zen Tangles in the Library. MCHS Sophomores experienced a crime scene reenactment of the Boston Massacre in their Social Studies classes. MCHS students checking out textbooks. Anton Cowerd signs to attend Motlow State University in Tennessee. 2015 Heartland Conference Champions Coach Williams and Alex Spalding, singles Heartland Conference champion.

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MCHS One-to-One Take Home Requirement - Registering for a Digital Driver’s License Account

At the beginning of the 2016-17 school year, all Marion County High School students will receive a Google Chromebook for classroom instruction. In order for students to qualify for the district’s one-to-one take home program, students must meet a set of guidelines. One of the guidelines is receiving your Digital Driver’s License (DDL). Registration instructions and information on how to obtain your DDL are in the link below. If you have any questions or experience issues while trying to register/obtain your DDL, or don’t know your school e-mail address, please contact your DDL advisor, Dylan Tungate, at Please be aware that case progress resets each year on July 1, which means your answers to incomplete quizzes will disappear. Click here to access the instructions.

2016 Summer Dream Academy


Science & Technology Summer Program
@Marion County High School
6/27/2016 - 6/30/2016
Staff Development
@All Schools
Monday, 8/1/2016
Opening Day for Faculty and Staff
@All Schools
Tuesday, 8/2/2016
First Day of School for Students
@All Schools
Wednesday, 8/3/2016
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