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Madison Central High School News

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MCHS Mock Trial Team

MCHS Mock Trial will begin with an informational meeting October 16th, 6:00 - 7:00 at the MCS Board Office at 301 Highland Park.

KIP Survey Opt-Out

In October, 10th and 12th grade students will be taking a survey titled Kentucky Incentives for Prevention Survey.  It is designed to assess alcohol and drug use among students in grade 6,8,10, and 12.  All students will be asked to participate.  If you would not like your students to participate please return the opt out permission slip.  Forms need to be returned no later than October 12th. 

New IC App for MCHS Students

Students who cannot login to Infinite Campus may submit a request for a reset through this Google form.  Instructions will be sent to student email after account has been reset.

Randy Neeley named district's Deputy Superintendent Randy Neeley

Madison County Schools is pleased to announce Randy Neeley has been named Deputy Superintendent for the district. Neeley will begin his role effective immediately.

2017-2018 Kentucky State Assessment Scores Released district logo

Madison County Schools received its first set of state assessment scores from the state this week under the state’s new accountability system. These new assessment scores are not comparable to any scores received in previous years, but will become the foundation for the state’s five-star rating system that will be in effect next fall.


Madison County Schools performed well on the state’s assessments last school year. In all areas that are comparable to previous years, the district showed improvements in scores. In reading, the district had strong gains at the elementary and middle school levels. The district also saw gains in elementary math and larger gains in middle school math. When compared to state average, Madison County elementary and middle school scores were very strong in science and social studies.

Alicia Hunter selected as district's Chief Academic Officer Alicia Hunter

Madison County Schools Superintendent David Gilliam has selected Alicia Hunter to serve as the district's Chief Academic Officer. Hunter has served as the district's Instructional Supervisor since November 2017.

Tutoring at MCHS

Student success is very important at Madison Central! Free after school tutoring is available for all students in Geometry, Algebra, Social Studies, English, and Science. Students will need to sign up with the teacher offering tutoring or be there by 3:05 PM that day. See below for the schedule.
Tutoring Schedule.