Nicholas County Middle/High School 2016-17 FBLA Region 5 President and State Officer, Weslee Neace District Champions 2016 FBLA Regional Leadership Conference Noah's Night Drama Club Christmas Production Track Region 5 Runner Up Marching Band and Cheerleaders at the Derby Day Pegasus Parade Shelby Watkins - Cross Country College and Career Ready students at Legends Game

Principal's Message

Principal's Message

I would like to welcome you to NCMHS.  Here the faculty and administrators work together to provide the best possible educational experience for our students.  I would like to encourage each of you to have an active role in your child's education and encourage them to strive for excellence in their school experience.  I have always tried to put the students at NCMHS at the forefront of the decisions I make.  Please, never hesitate to call the school if you have questions or concerns.  We will make every effort to meet the diverse needs of each student.

--Barbara Allison, NCMHS Principal


"If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way."
                                                                    -Napoleon Hill

"Leadership today is based on relationships built with trust, hope, love and encouragement."
                                                                    -Billy Cox

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Nicholas County High School Recognized with Top Honors at FBLA National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, CA! FBLA Nationals

Nicholas County High School Recognized with Top Honors at FBLA National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, CA!


Nicholas County FBLA traveled to Anaheim, CA on June 26th with 12 students, all competing in various events.  

Samantha Sowell, KY FBLA State Officer
Alexia Buchanan
Kayley Letcher
Keeli Hughes
Bri Barnett
Katie Jefferson
Alyssa Livingood
Wilson Switzer
Zach Linville
Isaac Moseley
Isaac Fryman
Hunter Wells

There are over 70 competitive events in FBLA, Kentucky FBLA won in 12 events at Nationals, and Nicholas County was 2 out of the 12. 

In addition to competing, they attended meetings, workshops, and opening and closing ceremonies. They also had breakfast with Mickey Mouse and friends, went to Disneyland, and took a tour of Los Angeles, Hollywood, Beverly Hills and the Santa Monica Pier.  

New traffic pattern on campus

There will be a new traffic pattern on campus for the start of school.  Please look at the attached diagram to get an idea of how to get where you need to go.


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