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Horse Cave Rotary Club Speech Contest


The Rotary District Speech Contest offers high school students an opportunity to speak on a meaningful topic, sharpen their speaking skills, and to gain recognition in addition to monetary rewards.  Any student in grades 9-12 are eligible.

If you are interested you must see Mrs. Wilcoxson in the guidance office before March 4th.  The contest is March 6th. For more information and an application click the button below.



Oh the Places you will go!

Seniors Oh the places you will go… have you been accepted to college? Have you been on a college visit?


The guidance office is looking for pictures of you with a copy of your acceptance letter or standing by your college sign! We will even take pictures of you in sweat shirts/t-shirts of the college you plan to attend! Here is what we have so far.  Come on folks, get those pictures in!

Please email them to Mrs. Wilcoxson, Mrs. Thompson or Mrs. Kim.  We want everyone to know where our senior are heading in the future!  

Louisville Science Pathways (LSP) High School Summer Research Internship Program 2017


The University of Louisville is offering to students who are truly excited about science: the chance to work in a research laboratory through the Louisville Science Pathways (LSP) Summer Research Internship Program, sponsored by the Science Policy and Outreach Group (SPOG), a graduate student group interested in sparking interest in science careers.

This competitive program, runs for 8 weeks beginning shortly after the academic school year ends, offers students a hands-on research experience working with researchers both on the Belknap and Health Sciences Campuses. The goal is to enroll students who do have an interest in the sciences, but are not already adorned with experience and accolades. This is to be an opportunity to those students who may not feel qualified for the more competitive programs which offer a stipend and poster project. Students must commit a minimum of 20 hours per week to their research, and attend the full eight weeks of the program.


University of Kentucky 2017 Engineers Day

Engineers Day is open to any and all elementary, middle and high
school students and their families interested in learning more about the exciting things engineers and computer scientists do.



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UK Athletic Training Program

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In order to help provide quality medical care to our athletes, we are looking for qualified high school seniors who are interested in working as a student athletic trainer at the University of Kentucky.  Our goal each year is to bring in students who have an interest in a career in the medical field (i.e. athletic training, physical therapy, nursing, pre-med, etc.) and expose them to the profession of athletic training and sports medicine.  Scholarships are available after a student completes one year in the program.  Scholarships are awarded based on a student’s performance in the athletic training room and the classroom.

if you are a senior who holds a 2.75 or above cumulative GPA and may be interested in becoming a student athletic trainer at the University of Kentucky, please have them fill out this application form and mail to: Taylor Eavenson, Football Training Center, 295 Alumni Dr., Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0277 by February 28, 2017  This spring we will select students to come in for a formal interview with our full time staff.   You may also contact the Visitor’s Center at (859) 257-3595 for general information regarding the University of Kentucky. 

For more information check the links below

Information Sheet                         What is an Athletic Trainer?

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