Bob Evans in Newport, Monday night, 5-9pm, 15% of meals purchased benefit fine arts student. Must present flyer.
Highlands High School senior Helen R. captured the state championship in General Knowledge
Two Highlands High School “We the People” students will participate in a civic health panel discussion
The Fort Thomas Independent Board of Education is seeking an outstanding and innovative instructional leader for its exemplary school district with leadership skills that will assure the continuation of the District’s achievements.
Jacob Robinson won the school competition of the National Geographic Bee and Noah Huber won the school-level competition of the National Spelling Bee.
Highlands High School tennis coach Kristin Laskey has been recognized by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) as Coach of the Year for the 2016 season.
Three first place, three second place and six third place finishes!
Team to represent Kentucky in national competition in Hartford, Connecticut
Fort Thomas Independent Schools is pleased to announce that on March 28, St. Elizabeth and Commonwealth Orthopaedic will offer a free seminar entitled Living Without Limits in the Highlands Performing Arts Center at 6:30pm.
A preschool screening is scheduled for May 20, for the 2016-17 school year. Please read on for more details.
Colton Dolezal will sign with Thomas More College.
Students from Highlands High School’s Theatre Department will give audiences a hilarious glimpse into theatre life with their presentation of Noises Off.
Two Highlands seniors will sign letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the college level.
Highlands High School tennis player Jeffrey Schenk will sign a letter of intent to play tennis at Thomas More College.
Highlands High School football player Cam’Ron (Cam) Johnston will sign a letter of intent to play football at Union College.
Artwork on Display at Xavier University Art Gallery November 4-18, 2016
Students from Highlands High School’s Theatre Department bring Godspell to the stage.
Fort Thomas is preparing to celebrate a 150th birthday. Part of the celebration will involve a children's choir. See how your child can be involved!
Kindergarten and first grade (new to the district only) registration will be held on Thursday, February 16, from 8am to 3pm for residents of the Fort Thomas School District.
Please click link to see Region 9 bracket.
Highlands Bluebirds, two-time defending 9th Region baseball champions, will take on the Cincinnati St. Xavier Bombers at Great American Ballpark on Saturday, April 8, at 4pm, in a Reds Futures event.
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Highlands High School seniors Helen R and Corinne S have been named finalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program.
The Fort Thomas Education Foundation is currently accepting resumes from interested and qualified applicants for a part-time executive director.
Highlands High School has selected Chad Niedert as the new boys soccer head coach.
C.A.S.T. students will present “Les Misérables”
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Johnson Elementary 4th-grade students raised $1,073.70 with their annual Kentucky history wax museum project.
In 2012, the Kentucky Legislature changed the birthday eligibility cutoff date for kindergarteners effective in the 2017-2018 school year.
Please read on for summer office hours.