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Principal's Message

Principal's Message

I would like to welcome you to NCMHS.  Here the faculty and administrators work together to provide the best possible educational experience for our students.  I would like to encourage each of you to have an active role in your child's education and encourage them to strive for excellence in their school experience.  I have always tried to put the students at NCMHS at the forefront of the decisions I make.  Please, never hesitate to call the school if you have questions or concerns.  We will make every effort to meet the diverse needs of each student.

--Barbara Allison, NCMHS Principal

 

"If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way."
                                                                    -Napoleon Hill

"Leadership today is based on relationships built with trust, hope, love and encouragement."
                                                                    -Billy Cox

Bechanan named new Nicholas Superintendent  Doug Bechanan

Bechanan named new Nicholas Superintendent

FBLA is Successful at Regional Conference FBLA Regional Conference

Forty one members from the Nicholas County FBLA chapter attended the Region 5 Leadership Conference at Morehead State University on March 14th.  FBLA members competed against over 600 students from 27 schools ranging from Pikeville to Ashland to Bracken County.

During the conference, Zach Linville successfully campaigned to be the 2018-19 Region 5 President and will serve on the 2018-19 State Executive Council.  

Samantha Sowell and Zach Linville ended her yearlong commitment as the Region 5 President and Reporter.  Samantha will conclude her time on the State Executive Council in April at the State Leadership Conference.

See the full article for the entire list of winners.

Nicholas County FFA places among top 16 in the Nation FFA at National Convention

The 90th National FFA Convention was held in Indianapolis Indiana, October 24th-October 28th. This year the convention had over 67,000 registered members, advisors, and guests in attendance. This is the largest youth convention held in the United States. Nicholas County traveled with 40 students ranging from 8th grade to 12th grade.