Henry Clay High School

3rd Annual AP Honor Roll

Henry Clay parents, students, faculty, and staff,

This spring the SBDM principal selection committee will be going through the process of choosing these next leader for Henry Clay High School. We would like your input so that we can make a choice that reflects the needs of our entire community and all stakeholders. Please take a minute to complete the appropriate survey below. Each survey will be open from February 8th-19th. In addition, we will hold a parent input forum on Tuesday, February 9th, in the HCHS library for parents and guardians. Separate staff and student forums will also be scheduled in the coming weeks.

Faculty/Staff Survey http://goo.gl/forms/Ay81MrBPE7

Parent Survey http://goo.gl/forms/PB1HC6dDnX

Student Survey http://goo.gl/forms/o69K505cqz

New Principal Selection Input Needed
We value your input in selecting Henry Clay’s next Principal.  There are two ways to participate in the new Principal selection process.
1.) A parent and community public forum will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 9th at 3:30 p.m. in the Media Center at Henry Clay.
2.) A survey will be available on the Henry Clay website from Feb. 8th-19th.  The survey will close on Feb. 19th at 5:00 p.m.

Please visit our new athletics website www.henryclayathletics.com and sign up to receive score updates and news at https://alerts.getvnn.com/marketing.html

Exciting News: The Lexington Public Library is partnering with FCPS to issue a Student Success Public Library Card to each Fayette County student who does not opt-out of the program.  This card will not only give students the opportunity to check out materials, but will also give them access to online research databases, eBooks,  live homework help, etc.


The opt-out letters will be sent home with students on October 15 or 16.    If parents DO NOT want their child to be issued a Student Success Public Library Card, they should return the opt-out form to their child’s English teacher by Friday, October 30.

Henry Clay 2015-2016 School-Wide Expectations

2015 - 2016 Administration Expectation Video

English and Spanish applications are available https://mealassistance.fcps.net/. Online applications are easier and more confidential, and produce faster results. But if you prefer, you can request a paper copy by calling (859) 381-3838 or pick one up at your child’s school.

Kroger has a new Community Rewards Program

Early Graduation Option for Students

Great News! You can now receive information about school and district happenings and closings by phone call or by text.  Please click here for more information and instructions.

ETS: Do you want to go to college? We can help! Do you want to go to college? We can help!  Educational Talent Search is a federally funded program designed to help and support your dream of going to college. We are looking for students who are committed to going to college, who take their educations seriously, and who feel they could use some extra guidance and support through that process. For more information and an application see the Guidance Office.

ATTENTION: Attendance procedures at Henry Clay require parents/guardians to physically come to HC and sign their student out.  This applies to all students except seniors that drive AND park with a valid HC parking permit on campus. Thank you for your support in this effort.

Attention Parents & Students: Access PowerPoint presentations used at both College 101 events by clicking here.

Attention Volunteers: The Fayette County Public Schools volunteer application is now online.  Fill out the application and help make a difference. Start the application process.

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KHSAA Survey