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Several DHS Students Win Speech and Debate Tournament, Move on to Grand Nationals
Posted on 03/26/2015
Kentucky’s best high school speech and debate students went head to head at Centre College March 20 and 21 at the annual Kentucky District Tournament of the National Speech and Debate Association. Students competed in six speech and five debate categories for the right to represent the Commonwealth at the Grand Nationals, the largest academic contest in the world, in Dallas in June. Student competed in as many as five preliminary rounds before advancing to the finals with the top two entries in each event moving on to NSDA Nationals, a contest dating back to 1931 that features students from Maine to Guam competing for college scholarships and the national titles in eleven speech and debate events. Danville High School took top honors in the Speech and Congress team ...  READ MORE...
Danville Schools Family Resource Center Director Featured on Blog
Posted on 03/23/2015
We're so proud of our own Anna Houston, Family Resource Center Director, featured on the Eastern Kentucky University Corrections and Juvenile Justice blog! Check out this important work here: http://bit.ly/1DO94y5.  READ MORE...
Bate Student Gains Career Aspirations at X-treme Signs
Posted on 03/20/2015
Caleb Campbell, and 8th grade student at Bate Middle School, is one of Danville’s newest aspiring entrepreneurs. While participating in BMS’s service learning program, Caleb says he’s developed his organization and math skills, but he’s also gained some career aspirations. “I’ve learned I want to be an entrepreneur. I want to go to college, and then I want to help people however I can,” Campbell said. “He’s definitely grown. He’s had to be organized, and detail-oriented. He’s had to make sure our orders are accurate and that each item looks right,” owner Sarah Lee said. Caleb started working with X-treme signs last September as part of the BMS service learning program. He is one of 24 total students participating in shadowing opportunities across Danville, including at local businesses and schools. To learn more, contact Tony Carney.  READ MORE...
Danville HS 2nd at State Speech Tournament
Posted on 03/18/2015
Danville High School placed second at the Kentucky High School Speech League’s State Speech Tournament held Friday and Saturday (March 13-14) at the University of Kentucky. Rowan County took the state title for a third straight year and was also named the winner of the Sustained Excellence Award for success over time. Danville placed second, followed by Boone County, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Henry Clay, LaRue County, Harrison County, Scott, Paducah Tilghman, and East Jessamine in the top ten Speech schools. Twenty-six DHS entries advanced through three preliminary rounds to the Semifinals, or top eighteen contestants, in thirteen events. Eight entries advanced on into the state Finals. Zane Arnold and Matt Ballard were named State Champions in Improvisational Duo, and seven more entries won top prizes: McCallum Morley, fourth in Broadcasting; Lydia Graham, sixth in Humorous Interpretation and sixth in Program Oral Interpretation; Austin Barringer, second in Poetry; Hannah Draut, third in Program Oral Interpretation; Laurel Payne, second in Prose; Grace Sheene, fourth in Prose. Advancing to   READ MORE...
Danville Schools Mentioned in Education Week Magazine
Posted on 03/17/2015
We've made national news! The district was spotlighted yesterday in Education Week, a national online magazine covering hot topics in American schools. Read what the experts are saying about the Danville Diploma and other innovative work here: http://bit.ly/18XEbJN.   READ MORE...
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  • 1 of 4 KY Districts of Innovation
  • Building on our strong high school AP program
  • Providing daily Spanish for all K-5 students
  • Offering outstanding opportunities in Academics, Athletics and the Arts
  • Leading the state in project-based learning