Summer Camp and Fall Registration Forms

Forms for girls and boys basketball camps, golf camp, and some fall athletic leagues are available by clicking here or going to the Athletic page on this website. 

Mark A. Ross Memorial Scholarship


Mark Andrew Ross was a 1983 graduate of Pendleton County Memorial High School and a member of the Pendleton County Board of Education. Mark was very devoted to the community, school district, and ensuring every child in the district receive the best education possible. He passed away suddenly on April 11, 2015.

A $10,000 scholarship to a graduating senior of Pendleton County Memorial High School, who has been accepted to a four-year college/university or technical/trade school, will be awarded in his memory. Any graduating senior regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, or sex is eligible to apply for this scholarship by meeting the criteria specified below and supplying the requested information listed on the application form. The scholarship recipient will be announced on Class Night, June 2nd. To access the application click here.  Completed applications should be returned to the PHS Counseling Office by Friday, May 29th at 3:00 PM.

Job Opportunity with BOGE Rubber & Plastics

BOGE Rubber & Plastics stands for excellence in vibration control technology and lightweight components for the automotive industry. BOGE Rubber & Plastics is a global company with 10 locations in 6 countries with over 4,000 team members.  The Hebron, KY plant has 210 employees manufacturing rubber & metal bushings, plastic automotive parts and engine mount assembly. Immediate Openings for: Press Operators 2nd and 3rd Shift – Rubber & Metal 2nd Shift =  2pm – 10pm & 3rd Shift =  10pm – 6am.  Work Schedule – Full Time; Mon – Fri schedule; 40 hrs. a week (This is not temporary or summer work. Starting Pay - $13.30/hr plus .35/hr shift differential for 2nd & 3rd shift.If interested, please email your resume and questions to

NaviGo College & Career Prep

NaviGo College & Career Prep Services offers assistance to middle and high school students in paving their way to a successful and rewarding career.  Assistance is also available for academic assistance, test preparation, information about financial aid, and guidance when mining for college scholarships and grants.  To learn more about this program contact Stephanie Layton 859-905-7830 or

ALBAT Joint Apprenticeship Training Opportunity

The American Line Builders Apprenticeship and Training Committee (ALBAT) accpets application for their apprentice program including:  outside lineman, substation technician, cable splicer technician, traffic signal technician, underground residential distribution technician, and transmission technician.  Interested persons may obtain an application online at

FedEx Ground Jobs Now Available to 2015 Graduates

FedEx Ground Northern KY market is looking to hire graduating seniors as a Part-Time Package Handler.  Employees are eligible for range of benefits including: Tuition assistance, Participation in the ConSern Education Loan Program, Career advancement, Three (3) pay increases within the fir six month of employment.  $11.50-12.50 starting pay.  Interested seniors should contact Farrah Carter 859-384-5829 or apply at

Welding Career Information Session - June 4th

Cincinnati State is hosting an information session on June 4th at 5:00 PM for all interested in pursuing an Associates Degree in Welding.  The demand for welders in manufacturing, construction, automotive, and energy industries continues to grow.  Don't Wait!  Start you new Career Today!  Call 513-569-4135 or 513-569-4973 for more information.

Morehead's Craft Academy Selects Lustenberg

The Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University has selected 60 students for its Class of 2017 and Pendleton County Memorial High School student Grace Lustenberg was one of those 60 deserving students.  Grace is the daughter of Jeff and Michelle Lustenberg.  Click "Read More" for more information about Morehead's Craft Academy.  Congratulations, Grace, and good luck at Morehead!

FBLA Members Head to Nationals!

The following students competed and won at FBLA Conference held in Louisville on April 20-22.  This qualifies them to attend National FBLA Conference to be held in Chicago in June.


HAILEY WIGGINS– Region 4 President

COURTNEY MOORE – 1st place Agribusiness

MOLLY BURGMEIR  &  TANNER DAUGHTERY – 1st place Mobile Application Development




March's "Great News" Recognized at Board Meeting


Congratulations to the Sharp Middle Cheerleaders, Northern Elementary STLP, Southern Elementary STLP, Pendleton High School STLP, and PHS TSA Club who were recognized  at the March 19 board meeting for their successes.

Click on "Read More" for individual accomplishments and pictures.


Graduation Dates Set



Thursday, May 28 – Senior Awards Night 7:00 pm in the auditorium

Sunday, May 31 – Baccalaureate 7:00 pm in the auditorium

Tuesday, June 2 – Class Night 7:00 pm in the main gym

Friday, June 5 – Graduation 7:00 pm in the main gym

FFA Members to Compete at State Convention

Pendleton County FFA was well represented at the Northern KY regional FFA day. Thirty students competed and 20 of those will go on to compete at the state level in June. The following students are those who will compete at Rupp Arena in the KY FFA Association State Convention.


PC FBLA Members Qualify for State

PC FBLA members traveled to NKU on March 10 to the Region IV FBLA Conference.  The following is a list of those who qualified to compete in April at the KY FBLA Conference in Louisville:


KUNA Students Perform at UN Debate

The 2015 PCHS KUNA students performed well during the past 3 days of mock UN debate. Zach Rogers and Jacob Nordheim had their resolution for Panama pass and be endorsed by the Secretary General.  Our delegation was awarded Outstanding Placard (Country Sign) for artwork representing Guatemala created by Morgan Sydnor, Maya Lustenberg was named Outstanding Ambassador, and we received Delegation of Excellence honors.

BOGO Free Summer Class at Maysville Community & Technical College

Graduating high school seniors can start their college education early and save big at MCTC. This summer, 2015 high school graduates can take two classes for the price of one with a 2015 High School Senior Summer Scholarship. Scholarships are limited and awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. Apply online today!  Contact Cara Clarke for scholarship information at 606-759-7141 ext. 66176

Principal's Corner

Welcome Back!  Let me first say I feel very blessed to be the Principal of Pendleton County High School.  I feel like I have two jobs every single day, one to serve our students and the other to serve our staff. Our t...

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