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Welcome To Henry County High School

Our mission at HCHS is to create an environment where our students become effective citizens through learning and building relationships in our school and community.

& Announcements

Immunization Clinic immunizations

A vaccine clinic will be offered for HCHS and HCMS students on Sept. 26 during school hours. Any student that is missing a required vaccine was contacted today (Sept. 16) and will be bringing a packet home today for parents to review.

If interested, please complete and return the form to school no later than Thursday, Sept. 19. If your child has already received the missing vaccines, please submit an updated immunization certificate as soon as possible. If you choose not to participate in this clinic, please submit a valid appointment card for missing vaccines.

If any further assistance is needed, please contact HCPS Health Services at (502) 845-8600.

Safety Measures in Place Visitor

After two students were killed and 14 others shot by a classmate at Marshall County High School in January of 2018, Kentucky’s legislators passed laws aimed at curtailing the possibility of it ever happening again in the Commonwealth.

Senate Bill 1, passed in March of 2019, requires schools to make several changes in regards to safety, all of which should minimize the opportunity for a large-scale incident of that nature to be repeated in a Kentucky school. Those measures reduce the risk of an external or internal threat. Henry County Public Schools (HCPS) has committed additional resources and instituted policies that align with the requirements of the legislation.

See Something, Say Something STOP

Henry County Public Schools are at our most successful when the school, its students, our parents and the community work together in all aspects of education. This, of course, includes academics, but also safety.

Our school system in cooperation with the Kentucky Center for School Safety (KCSS) and Kentucky Homeland Security encourage you that when you “See Something” that concerns you about a school safety issue or student, that you “Say Something” so that the school system can intervene on behalf of our students.