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2020 HCHS Basketball Homecoming


2020 Basketball Homecoming

The 2020 HCHS Basketball Homecoming Candidates are: 

Front Row(left to right) - Seniors- Trinitie Rountree, Katie Heath, Maggie Dennis, Maddie Martin, Braedyn Woehler, and Savannah Nunn

Back Row(left to right) Freshman - August Neal,  Sophomores- Allison Smith, Shaylyn Avery, Juniors - Lynnley Bentley, Bobbi McCorkle.  Absent from picture - Freshman Leah Srygler.

Hart County High School Basketball Homecoming will be January 25.  The Boys Varsity game will start at 4:00.  Crowning of the 2020 Basketball Homecoming Queen will be at halftime of the boys game.  The Girls Varsity Game will follow the Boys game. 

Youth Art Month Flag Design Contest

Youth Art Month Flag Design Contest

The flag contest is a competition that is sponsored by many art supply companies in the United States. The overall winning flag is turned into a flag that represents the state at the National Art Education Association Conference that will be held in Minneapolis, MN at the end of March. This year's overall winner was from Briarwood Elementary in Bowling Green. However, we should be really proud of our students here in Hart County, we have several winners at all levels in this contest.


Kindergarten Registration


is set for

~March 12th~

Reading is Snow much fun!


  Do you want to build a reader?

You’ll be “sMITTEN” with reading at this FREE reading

event where you will learn that

Reading is SNOW much fun!

Friday, January 24, 2020

10:00 a.m. 

@ Hart County Public Library

Pre-registration is preferred. Return the form below to your school or the public library.

Rural Electric Washington Youth Tour


Washington Youth Tour


Each year, four deserving high school juniors from the Farmers RECC service area are awarded expense‑paid trips to Washington, D.C. as participants in the 2020 Rural Electric Washington Youth Tour Program sponsored jointly by Farmers RECC and the Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives.

Tour winners will spend a week touring Gettysburg, the Smithsonian Institute, Arlington National Cemetery, the FBI Building, Library of Congress, U.S. Capitol, the White House, the Kennedy Center, The Holocaust Museum and Thomas Jefferson’s home, Monticello, plus a visit with Kentucky's congressional delegation.

A total of four Washington Youth Tours are awarded as follows:


Two Awards from Director District I ‑ Comprised of Barren and Edmonson Counties.

One Award from Director District II ‑ Comprised of Hart, Grayson, and Larue Counties.

One Award from Director District III ‑ Comprised of Metcalfe, Green and Adair Counties.


In addition, they will also receive an expense‑paid, one‑day trip to Frankfort. While in Frankfort, they will tour various state government offices and meet with many Kentucky elected officials.

Applications for the 2020 Washington Youth Tour are available by clicking the link below.

Application 2020


Governor's School for Entrepreneurs




FBLA Golf Scramble