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CHAMPIONS WALL in Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium Center Court of Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium Drone image of Elizabethtown High School taken by Justin Line. Drone Image of EHS Baseball Field taken by Justin Line STATE CHAMPIONSHIP BANNERS hang from the Rafters at EHS.   Elizabethtown High School Aerial View by Justin Line - The Key to Success Women in Science Members Bobby McMahan Memorial at the Elizabethtown Athletic Complex

Elizabethtown High School News

EHS Regional Champs-Governor's Cup Competition EHS Academic Team-Regional Champs!

Elizabethtown High School competed in the Regional Governor’s Cup Competition at Nelson County High School on Saturday, February 17th, and took home the 5th Region Championship.  The 5th region consists of all the high schools in Hardin, LaRue, Nelson, Meade, Marion, Taylor, Bullitt and Washington Counties.  The region was very competitively matched and the top 4 schools were only points away from each other, but with Etown’s Quick Recall team coming in 3rd and Future Problem Solving team coming in 1st, they earned enough team points to come in 1st place.   

National Board Certified Teachers Mrs. Hindle and Ms. Davis

Mrs. Hindle and Ms. Davis, TKS teachers, are the newest National Board Certified Teachers employeed at EIS.  Congratulations on obtaining a very difficult certification.

February's Students of the Month Students of the Month-February

Students of the Month from EHS, TKS, HHES and MES.  Not pictured are students from PA and Panther Place.

Congratulations to our exlempary students.

EHS Academic Team wins the REGION CHAMPIONSHIP! EHS Academic Team with Coach, Rex Hanson.

Congratulations to the EHS ACADEMIC TEAM for winning the REGION CHAMPIONSHIP!!
 

Quinton Higgins, Carrollton Bus Crash Survivor is the Guest Speaker at EPAC for Speaker Series. Quinton Higgins

Saturday, February 24th at 6:00 p.m., Carrollton Bus Crash Survivor, Quinton Higgins will be the inaugural speaker for the Elizabethtown Performing Arts Center’s (EPAC)  new Speaker Series.  He is a familiar face around Hardin County, as a Hardin County Schools bus driver and a frequent speaker in school systems statewide.  However, this will be his first public speaking engagement in the community that supported him and fellow survivors thirty years ago. 

He has renovated a bus, similar to the one that crashed, with obituaries and news paper clippings about the crash, and takes it to his speaking engagements.  It serves as a memorial to those whose lives were lost and a reminder to all not only not to drink and drive, but also of all that changed in bus safety because of that fateful night.  The public will be able to tour the bus starting at 5:00 p.m. in front of TK Stone Middle School.  Quinton will show the documentary, “Impact: After the Crash” prior to speaking.

Cuba comes to Panther Academy Learning about Cuba through music and dance.

Panther Academy students were treated to song, dance, language and customs of Cuba.  Panther Academy students are studying world cultures and had Cuba delivered to them.

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You can't hide that Panther Pride!

Show your unique Panther Pride and Spirit!

ELIZABETHTOWN HIGH SCHOOL's new online store!   This isn't just EHS Panthers spiritwear, this is  Rokkitwear — your official apparel store.  So check it out, show your school pride and fuel your school. That means you support EHS with every single purchase and you get to express your school spirit in a totally customizable way. Your school wins and you look awesome!