Tommy Ransom has been named Principal for Henderson County High School.
Ransom received a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Murray State University and a Master of Arts in Administration from Murray State University. Ransom also holds certifications in the areas of secondary school counseling and instructional leadership as principal.
On accepting the position, Ransom noted, “I am very honored and excited to be the next principal at Henderson County High School. I would like to thank the HCHS SBDM Council for the opportunity. Henderson County has wonderful faculty and staff, and the students are even better. Mr. Thompson has HCHS at a great place, and I hope to build on what he has started. It is tough leaving Madisonville North Hopkins High School and what we have built there. HCHS is home to me, and I can't wait to get back to where I started my educational career. GO COLONELS!”
The Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University is proud to announce the members of the 2021 class.
Sixty students from across the Commonwealth were chosen to attend the Craft Academy, located on the campus of Morehead State University. The students live in Grote-Thompson Hall and earn dual credit as they complete their final two years of high school at the academy while also taking college-level courses.
Students who apply are selected to attend the academy for excelling in science, math and other STEM-related fields. They must also conduct a face-to-face interview and submit recommendations from teachers, coaches and mentors.
Henderson County High School Student Hunter Hayden, daughter of Shannon & Shawn Hayden, was accepted to the Craft and Gatton Academies. Hunter chose to attend Craft Academy.
Congratulations Hunter! HCHS is very proud of you!
Congratulations to HCHS staff member Tony Fanok who was named Chamber Education Supporter of the year. Tony goes above and beyond with his work through the Youth Services Center to support students.