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  Mission Statement  

CHRISTIAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL                        



Vision and Mission Statement


CCHS provides a safe learning environment where graduates are prepared academically and socially to be successful in college or a career and as a productive citizen.


·      All CCHS students have the potential to be successful and will be challenged to reach that potential.

·      All CCHS students will gain the confidence and tools needed to be successful as graduates.

·      All decisions will be based on data and the best interests of our students.

·      Our school will appreciate, respect and celebrate student diversity.

·      All CCHS students will have an adult advocate and know someone cares for them.

·      Instruction is driven by standards-based learning.

·      When all stakeholders: students, teachers, parents and community are involved, “Together, We’re Better!”



“Together, We’re Better!”

  About The School  

SBDM Members 2019-2020

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Site Based Decision Making Council

Christian County High School

2019-2020 Contact List




Christopher Bentzel, Principal                                             270-498-9846


Keisha Benson, Teacher Representative                               270-839-3069


Olivia Clartk, Teacher Representative


Leeann Ferguson, Teacher Representative


Barbara Baker, Parent Representative


Jeff Stewart, Parent Representative                         270-348-4018



Karen Greene, Secretary                                            270-874-7998


Principal's Corner

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Parents, Students, and Visitors,

Welcome to the Christian County High School website.  As you navigate the pages on this site, please keep these three words in mind: opportunity, tradition, and legacy.  

The students at CCHS have access to a rigorous core curriculum that allows them the opportunity to explore and plan for their academic and career goals. Since 1959, CCHS has a rich tradition of graduating students that are socially prepared to become productive citizens.

When you speak to Christian County alumni, many of them will tell you that the academic and social experiences they had at CCHS prepared them for their future success.  They might also speak of teachers who provided inspiration and fellow classmates that provided support and understanding. At CCHS, our students take care of each other, and we are proud of the legacy of CCHS  graduates taking their knowledge and skills out into the community / world to make a difference.  

Chris Bentzel, Principal

School Report Card 2017-2018