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9-12 & Ungraded
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Manchester, KY
Students enrolled: 948

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415 Clay Co High Rd
Manchester, KY 40962

(606) 598-3737
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May 20, 2007
The academic programs are great it is very easy to get involved in music art and sport at clay county high, and lot of parents get involved in school activities

- submitted by a former student
January 01, 2006
Clay County High School is an excellent school, and I am proud to say that I have attended CCHS. It boasts some of the most caring and involved teachers and faculty I have ever seen. They try everyway possible to get students interested in school, and even care about the students on a more personal level. I have noticed many parents complaining about the supposed lack of text books, however all your child needs to do is check one out of the library. Every student knows this. Within the first few weeks of school every student is brought to the library and given an overview of everything available to them. If your student needs a book to bring home, it is readily available to them. I wish I could continue to brag about the excellence of this school, unfortunately I have a word limit. So finally, I believe CCHS is an exemplary school.

- submitted by a student
December 02, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
August 20, 2005
I love CCHS! I am a repeat freshman, but it is totally my own doing. How could you say that they don't focus on knowledge? My grades were great last year, but I had to have homeschooling, and couldnt keep up, thats the reason I am a repeat. It has nothing to do with the material, teachers, or staff. It is a great school. The attendence poilicy may be a little harsh, but it seems to be affective, doesnt it? I look foward to going to school everyday. Most of the teachers make classes fun, excusing a few that is. So Keep up the great work everyone!

- submitted by a student
August 08, 2005
Well, I am a Graduating Student of Clay County High- 2005, and i disagree with all the comments made towards CCHS. If you people would get your heads out of the 'gutter' you would have noticed our top 20 of 2005. May I inform you that you had to have ABOVE a 4.0 to even make the cut? We had students that had 4.0 that coudln't be on the top 20 because it was so full. If you have rude comments toward this school why even waste your time on it? Take yourself and your kid somewhere else if CCHS doesnt meet your standards. In my opinion- you parents that have looked down upon this school are the parent of a troubled child that stays in trouble. That's problem not the school districts.

- submitted by a former student
June 27, 2005
The teacher leadership doesn't even exsist at the high school. The only students the teachers worry about are the boys who play basketball. they need to concentrate on teaching the entire year instead of a month before CATS testing and craming everything in at once.

- submitted by a student
February 26, 2005
I Agree, Their is never a nurse, If he or she isnt there at all times, why pay them when we can get another nurse. Teachers are lazy, most sit on their computer surfing the internet and or on the phone all day. Its 'Helpless.' All they worry about is attendance, theirfore they get their money out of your child. If a kid is sick, dont send them to school. POOR!

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2003
This school's priority seems to be attendance, not knowledge. They cram for testing, instead of teaching it throughout the year, a school nurse is rarely to be found on the property, although one is employed, and there is no money for books or learning materials. A student cannot take a book home to study, except under special circumstances, as there are not enough books to go around. The teachers are of good quality and seem to care tremendously, but do not have what they need to teach.

- submitted by a parent
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Clay County High School
415 Clay Co High Rd, Manchester, KY  40962
(606) 598-3737
Last modified Clay County High School is a Public school. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 2 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Clay County High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 8 reviews. Top