2019 Graduating Class - Graduation Friday 24th at 7:00 pm
2019 Graduating Class - Graduation Friday 24th at 7:00 pm
Jake Walters a senior  is our first intern student at the bus garage. “Diesel Tech Class” was a success this past school year. Instructors Nathan Wheeler and James Jones
Jake Walters a senior is our first intern student at the bus garage. “Diesel Tech Class” was a success this past school year. Instructors Nathan Wheeler and James Jones
Sources of Strength
Hawks Football State Bound!
LaRue County Hawks Football - State Bound!
LaRue Band of Hawks places 1st in Visual Captions!
LaRue Band of Hawks places 1st in Visual Captions!
9th-11th GT leadership students attended a WKU leadership conference on Sept. 21st
9th-11th GT leadership students attended a WKU leadership conference on Sept. 21st
McConnell Center Picture: Elyssa Hawkins, Noah Davis, Chase Baker, Noah Davis and Abigail Hazelwood
Gifted and Talented students to Louisville to see Senator McConnell, CIA Director Gina Haspel, and CNN contributor Scott Jennings
McConnell Center Picture: Elyssa Hawkins, Noah Davis, Chase Baker, Noah Davis and Abigail Hazelwood
KHSAA 2018 Boys Basketball District Champions
KHSAA 2018 Boys Basketball District Champions
Emory University Tournament - Parker Anderson - 2nd Place |Elena Cecil |Stefani Giles - 2nd Place
Emory University Tournament - Parker Anderson - 2nd Place |Elena Cecil |Stefani Giles - 2nd Place
LaRue County High School students met Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles at the McConnell Center on Jan. 24.
LaRue County High School students met Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles at the McConnell Center on Jan. 24. Pictured William Pearman, Madison Eads, Clay Cecil, Commissioner Ryan Quarles, Abigail Hazelwood, Alexis Grimes, Malerie Skaggs and Mr. Bryan
Congrats to the Hawk KYA delegation for another remarkable conference!
Congrats to the Hawk KYA delegation for another remarkable conference!
LCHS Spirit Stick Championship Homecoming photo
Spirit Stick Champs!
LCHS CHOIR PERFORMANCE
LCHS CHOIR PERFORMANCE
LaRue County High School
LaRue County High School
LCHS high state testing scores
LaRue County High School Scores High Marks Again on State Testing. Click here to learn more

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Student using a cell phone
LCS Considers New Cell Phone Policy Read More
U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie congratulates Anthony Adkins on his appointment to West Point Military Academy. Adkins was also named LCHS Outstanding Senior of the Year.
LCHS Students Earn Over $1 Million in Scholarships Read More
First Fred Award
Shelia Skaggs Earns District's First Fred Award Read More
School Hallway
The School Safety and Resiliency Act/Impact on LaRue Read More
Sources of Strength
Students find their ‘Sources of Strength’ Read More
NCWIT Award
LaRue County Students Win NCWIT Awards Read More
LCHS students who have developed an interactive “Hall of Fame” program accessible online are, from left, T.J. Reip, Tristen Locke, Biven Turner, and Gavin Whitehouse.
On Educating LaRue - Interactive Hall of Fame Read More
HUNTER HOWELL
JOB SHADOW: STUDENT SPOTLIGHT / Hunter Howell Read More
Lacy Hatfield
LaRue County celebrates Lacy Hatfield Read More
Clay Cecil
JOB SHADOW: STUDENT SPOTLIGHT / Clay Cecil Read More
Nursing Students
LCHS Students Complete State Registered Nursing Assistant Program Read More
JAKE WALTERS
JOB SHADOW: STUDENT SPOTLIGHT / Jake Walters Read More
Wall of Fame
Wall of Fame Read More
Abigail Hazelwood
JOB SHADOW: STUDENT SPOTLIGHT / Abigail Hazelwood Read More
Job Shadowing
LCHS Job Shadow Program Helps Prepare Future Workforce Read More
Sidebottom Nominated for Special Education Teacher of the Year
Sidebottom Nominated for Special Education Teacher of the Year Read More
School Resource Deputy - Brandon Boone
LCS Welcomes New School Resource Deputy Read More
Hep A Compliance
Hep A Vaccinations: Mission Accomplished Read More
Safety Forum Oct 23, 6 p.m.
LCS Invites Parents, Community to School Safety Forum Read More
(left to Right) David L. Raleigh, Superintendent LaRue County Schools; Karlotta Cecil, Abraham Lincoln Elementary School; Misty Bivens, LaRue County High School; Tim Gross, LaRue County Middle School; and Lacy Hatfield, Hodgenville Elementary School.
ExCEL Nominees Share Passion for Student Success Read More
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LaRue County High School provides an experience that allows every student that enters our halls to reach their full potential.  Through hard work and dedication our students and staff of LCHS have obtained much more than many had anticipated.  Not only have we surpassed all other districts in the area obtaining a first place position, but we have also reached a phenomenal ranking of 14th in the state!  We have also been recognized as a Bronze School by U.S. News and a School of Distinction.   It is our determination to see that every student is successful in every aspect of life. 

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LaRue County High School

925 S. Lincoln Blvd.
Hodgenville, KY 42748

Ph: 270-358-2210
Fx: (270) 358-9469