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High school students strike for better jobs

A group of Lexington students are speaking out about something many of them don't even have yet, jobs.

HS athletes named Ky Department of Agriculture Ag Athletes of the Year

Kentucky high school student-athletes involved in agriculture named the 2021 Kentucky High School Athletic Association.

Lexington teen killed in Park City Utah

A Henry Clay High School senior is dead after a snowboarding accident at Park City Mountain Resort Tuesday. 

Deadline approaching to apply to Governor’s School for the Arts

The deadline is approaching to apply for the Governor's School for the Arts 2021 program (GSA). The deadline is January 10, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

Support and concerns about students returning to in-person learning

Some students went back to school Monday, in-person, that includes children in Estill County schools but not all students were there.

Student-Athlete of the Week: Avrey Rigney

We head to Madison County to honor a freshman that’s already making a stamp on her varsity volleyball team. Our student-athlete of the week is...

Student-Athlete of the Week: Brayden West

Tonight, we take you to Boyle County for our Student-Athlete of the Week. It’s Brayden West of Boyle County High School. West is a freshman...

Student Athlete of the Week: Abigail Gay

Athlete overcomes illness as a child to reach top levels.

Student Athlete of the Week: Braedon Sloan

This week's student athlete is a football standout nominated for his amazing attitude, academic achievements and his play on the gridiron. Wayne County senior Braedon...

Student-Athlete of the Week: Cade Sullivan

The Student-Athlete of the Week belongs to Pulaski County sophomore Cade Sullivan!

Dual enrollment pays big dividends for low-income: Study

Number of students using the program up 60 percent in five years.

Where to catch the best view of the light show honoring Fayette Co. 2020 grads

A light show will take place Wednesday night in an effort to make graduation special for the class of 2020, which has to sacrifice traditional ceremonies because of the coronavirus.

Appalachian Regional Healthcare to host COVID-19 conference for young people

HAZARD, Ky. (WTVQ)- Appalachian Regional Healthcare is hosting a conference on COVID-19 Monday. The conference targets young people, specifically High School, and college-aged groups. It...

Dual credit bill moves to House

Legislation to ensure dual credit hours earned in high school would be transferable to Kentucky’s colleges and universities unanimously passed the Senate Tuesday.

Kentucky senior chosen for Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

The Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer reports Trent Woolard had to go through a strenuous audition process that began in March.

Two high schoolers attend 2019 Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs

Fayette County Public Schools sent two high school students to the 2019 Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs this year.

Bath County students start solar car race at Texas Motor Speedway

Bath County High School students take the green flag Monday at the Texas Motor Speedway

Kentucky launches state’s first college-high apprenticeship program

Kentucky has launched its first ever college-high apprenticeship program for Hazard Independent and Perry County students. 

Clark County school employee accused of stealing from student fund

A Clark County public school employee is accused of taking tens-of-thousands of dollars over nearly a decade from the George Rogers Clark High School student activity fund.

Gatsby Gala at Montessori High School

Montessori High School provides a montessori-based educational experience for adolescents in the bluegrass. They are hosting a Gatsby Gala to benefit American Diabetes Association, because as F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote in his book: "I like large parties. They're so intimate. At small parties there isn't any privacy."

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Transy students from Lexington, Georgetown earn Fulbright honors

Two Transylvania University seniors have won extremely competitive Fulbright grants to serve as English teaching assistants abroad.

State gets waiver of accountability requirements for 2020-2021 school year

The U.S. Department of Education has granted Kentucky a waiver of some accountability, school identification and reporting requirements in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act for the 2020-2021 school year.

Fayette’s Bryan Station earns national ‘Green’ honor

Only a few schools nationwide earn honor

Project seeking signups for new McCreary food pantry assistance

Christian Appalachian Project is accepting sign-ups for a new food pantry in Parkers Lake starting April 26 through May 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.