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ACHS 2020 Graduation Ceremony Survey
This survey is only for the 2020 seniors to answer. To get adequate numbers on senior participants, please indicate with a Yes or No if you plan on attending the ACHS Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, August 8, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. The ceremony will be held on the ACHS football field.
Click the link below to access the survey [You MUST use your school email account to answer this survey].
A Parents Guide to Family Highway Safety
Click on the link to access more information regarding highway safety procedures and more.
Vehicle Registration Form and Parking Plan
ACHS students are required to complete the Vehicle Registration Form yearly to park on campus. Once all fields are completed, please turn in your form to Ms. Warford in the West Wing Office [formerly the Main Office] to obtain your parking pass. You may also obtain a form in the West Wing Office. Students must display their passes on their rearview mirrors. Parking checks will be made periodically to ensure students are parking on campus legally. The ACHS Parking Plan is also attached. Please make sure to read it in order to know the parking lot procedures for student pick-up, drop off, student driver parking, faculty parking and visitor parking.
2020 Graduation Ceremony

Good afternoon, Bearcat families!

Over the past couple of weeks, ACHS provided all Class of 2020 students with a survey regarding their interest in an in-person prom and graduation.  Results from the survey indicate that roughly 55% of students have no interest in a prom at this point in time.  Approximately 75% of students indicated that they would like to have an in-person graduation ceremony.  

Based on the survey data and if allowed by state/local protocols, ACHS will be hosting an in-person graduation on August 8th at 9:00 AM on the ACHS football field.  We will be working with the Health Department to make sure procedures are in place to keep everyone as safe as possible.

We appreciate your patience and will be sending out more information as it becomes available.


ACHS Faculty & Staff

COVID-19 Plan and Learning Environment Descriptions
The following document contains information regarding the ACHS COVID-19 Plan as well as learning environment descriptions/procedures between virtual, hybrid, in person and if the disrtrict and/or school must go into NTI. This document should assist you and your student in deciding which learning environment would best meet your needs for the 2020-2021 school year. COVID-19 Plan and Learning Environment Descriptions. 
Schedule Changes for 2020-2021
IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to COVID-19 protocols, classroom numbers are being tightly monitored. Thus, the only schedule changes will be those that impact the student's individual learning plan, i.e. career pathway, graduation requirements, dual credit, and/or credit recovery/intervention needs. 
Directions: Type your first and last name to schedule an available time slot with a couselor. Please be on time for your online appointment or you may have to reschedule. You must use your school email account. You will be sent a Google Meet invite via your school email to conduct your appointment. Check your email periodically fir confirmation. Click on the link provided in the email prior to your appointment time. We will adhere to the fifteen minute guideline for conversations. *Scroll to the right to access Friday, July 31. If you are a new student, please schedule two consecutive time slots. If you are a BCTC student, please schedule with Mrs. Wells.  
9th Grade Transition Camp [July 20-July24]
Click this link to access more information regarding 9th Grade Transition Camp. 
Awards and Scholarships Videos
The following video contains the scholarships that students, parents, and/or community members made us aware of as of June 9, 2020. There are a couple of local scholarships we have not heard from to know if scholarships have been awarded. The Class of 2020 graduates included in the video are ones that earned scholarships, departmental awards, Transition Readiness medals, ACT 30 Point Club medals, 3.6 GPA cords, and/or Distinguished Bearcat red mortar boards. 
The end of the video includes special messages from ACHS staff to students. 
Senior Announcement
The graduation ceremony will be availabe Saturday, May 30, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.  Use this link to access the video of the ceremony. Senior spring sport athlete banners are up on Main Street. After the 31st, you may pick up your senior banners from the Legion as well.
Baccalaureate Cancelled
The Baccalaureate service for Sunday, May 17, 2020 will be cancelled.  
Virtual Graduation Appointments and Procedures
Attention ACHS Seniors and Parent/Guardians:
You will need to follow the BEFORE GRADUATION instructions to sign-up for your appointment.  Then review the DAY OF GRADUATION instructions to be prepared for the ceremony.

Please use the following link to sign up for your virtual graduation appointment. Instructions are also included. Virtual appointments are May 18-20 from 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. If you're having any issues, plase email Dustin Fore at Click this link to confirm your graduation times.

* Students will need to wear cap, gown, and any cords, collars, or medals that they have earned from ACHS.
* Up to four parent/guardians may come with the students. (The Health Department stipulates that no grandparents may attend unless they are the legal guardians.) 
* Show up at least 20 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time.
* Park in the Student Parking Lot (A) near the auditorium and report to one of the staff members in the parking lot that you are present. A diagram is included by clicking on the heading above.
* Staff members will then direct you to the holding areas as we move the procession of students and their guests throughout the process.
* When you exit your vehicle, the student and parents/guardians will need to be wearing PPE, including a face covering, and follow the directions of staff.
* Once you arrive inside, you may remove your PPE for pictures.  The senior will walk across the stage and pick up his/her diploma from a stand, hold it up and pose for a picture with Superintendent Mitchell and Principal Glass.  Mr. Glass will then have the student turn his/her tassel, face the camera and toss cap in the air for a second picture. Then the student will return to guests and exit out of the side auditorium door. 

** Students who will be speaking as part of the ceremony will be called to set-up a separate recording time.  Students should be appropriately dressed in caps, gowns, and accessories for this part of the ceremony as well.

On May 30, at 3:00 p.m. the ACHS Virtual Graduation Ceremony will be ready for viewing by students and their families from home.  More specific information about access and copies will follow.  Please continue to check back to ACHS website and Facebook for all senior activities and end of the year details.    
Pickup for Caps/Gowns, T-shirts, and Awards
Bearcat Seniors,

Please see the map and directions below for pickup on Monday, May 11th from 1-3pm. Please follow the route provided to pick up you t-shirt, awards, and cap/gown that day. After picking up at the high school please drive by SECC, your elementary school, and the middle school so your former teachers can congratulate you. #GOCATS #WEAREANDERSON

Final Transcripts Information
Your school email address will only be available for a month or so after you graduate so you will need to change your email address you have used on  I have attached a link below to show you how to change your email address you currently have (typically it is your ACHS email) to a personal email so that you can get into your Parchment account after graduation.  

Also, I wanted to make you aware that you can use for free until August 1, 2020.  After that, you can still use Parchment but they will be charging you a fee.  

If you haven't ordered your final transcript yet, I have attached a guide to help you through the process.

ACHS Class of 2020 Senior Activities Guide
Please click on the above link to access the document. 
Adopt a Senior
Click on the heading above to access informtion regarding the Classof 2020 Adopt a Senior Initiative. 
Senior T-shirts Orders
Please click on the link to order your free senior t-shirt and size. Link to form.  
End-of-Year Schedule


Final exam window begins


No new work or assignments after this date. 


Senior Scholarships [submit via Google Form to Guidance Office]

Transcript request for seniors [request and mark “hold for grades”]

Transition survey for seniors [submit via Google Form to Guidance Office]


11:00 a.m.-Last day to accept student work [this includes finals]

AP testing begins

o   12:00-Physics C: Mechanics

o   2:00-Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

o   4:00-U.S. Government and Politics


AP Tests

o   12:00-Latin

o   2:00-Calculus AB and Calculus BC

o   4:00-Human Geography


Final grades must be posted by 3:00 p.m. [check IC for semester grades]

AP Tests

o   12:00-Physics 2: Algebra Based

o   2:00-English Literature and Competition

o   4:00-European History


AP Tests

o   12:00-Spanish Literature and Culture

o   2:00-Chemistry

o   4:00-Physics 1: Algebra-Based


Report cards mailed out

AP Tests

o   12:00-Art History

o   2:00-U.S. History

o   4:00-Computer Science A


AP Tests

o   12:00-Chinese Language and Culture

o   2:00-Biology

o   4:00-Environmental Science


AP Tests

o   12:00-Music Theory

o   2:00-Psychology

o   4:00-Japanese Language and Culture


AP Tests

o   12:00-German Language and Culture

o   2:00-English Language and Composition

o   4:00-Microeconomics


AP Tests

o   12:00-Chinese Language and Culture

o   2:00-Biology

o   4:00-Environmental Science


AP testing ends

o   12:00-Comparitive Government and Politics

o   2:00-Statistics

o   4:00-Spanish Language and Culture


11:59 p.m.- AP CSP performance tasks due

KASS Partnership Provides An Excellent Soft Skills Video Series for KY School Districts

Through a partnership with author, workshop leader and motivational speaker Greg Coker, KASS is making available an online version of the Soft Skills Boot Camp (enter password: gregcokerdev_schools)  This is an excellent course to provide your high school students with the essential soft skills they need for success.  These highly-interactive videos, produced in a Kentucky classroom, are fast-paced, high-energy.  It's a perfect way to cap off the school year under these extraordinary circumstances! Please click the heading above for more details.

COVID-19 Safety Pledge

During this time of transition, school safety has morphed into safety in other environments. The COVID -19 Safety Pledge includes safety steps for students whether they are at home, grandma's or elsewhere. Our precious students need to think smart and know the healthy practices that will keep them safe and others. Our schools and students across Kentucky have participated and supported our Ky Safe Schools Week Pledges in the past. Now we bring you a COVID-19 Safety Pledge for school, home or anywhere. #TogetherKY #TeamKentucky

Virtual Yearbook 2020

Froggy Country and Passport Radio have created an online Virtual Yearbook 2020 where we can celebrate graduate's achievements, share stories and accomplishments and wrap it all up in a platform that can be shared anywhere and saved forever. The

Virtual Yearbook 2020 is a fully immersive experience, including video, audio, photo and graphics capabilities. 

When completed, anyone can access it for free through any of our radio station platforms including websites, apps and social media channels. We will promote this project heavily on the air on all of our stations. It will be like what you would expect from a yearbook, but in an e-book, interactive format.

Students, parents, educators, and coaches can upload content and we will format it into a special recognition for the class of 2020. Please remember content must be school appropriate [not containing any explicit content].

You can upload materials to

Thank you for your help in the development of this special project. Our goal is to create a unique memory for this class of 2020 to enjoy and lift the spirits of everyone in the community. 

ACHS is accredited with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Anderson County High School
1 Bearcat Drive
Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
Phone: 502.839.5118
Fax: 502.839.3486 
 Chris Glass [Head Principal]
Dustin Fore [Associate Principal]
Bridget Wells [Associate Principal] 
Josh White [Associate Principal] 
Guidance Couselors
Jerilyn Hanks [9th/11th grades]
 Cynthia Miracle [9th/12th grades]
Ashlee Thacker [9th/10th grades]
School Psychologist
Athletic Director
 Judy Craft [Guidance Office]
Susan Johnson [Main Office]
 Karen Warford [East Wing Office]
Attendance Clerk
Youth Service Coordinator
Media Center Specialist
School Nurse
School Resource Officer
School Calendar
First Day for Students
Tue Sep 8 2020
Election Day [No Classes]
Tue Nov 3 2020
Thanksgiving Break
Mon Nov 23 2020
to Fri Nov 27 2020

Christmas Break
Mon Dec 21 2020
to Fri Jan 1 2021

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