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Principal's Message

On behalf of the faculty and staff of Randall K. Cooper High School, we welcome you to our beautiful campus.  Our staff is ready to begin an exciting school year, which will be enjoyable and successful for you.  It is my desire for you to become involved in your school and with your help we will establish traditions that will make memories for a lifetime.

As you journey through your high school years, you will have many opportunities to participate in challenging and exciting activities and learning experiences.  While keeping your eye on the prize of graduation, I encourage you to take time to enjoy your journey.  It is my hope that you will participate in and experience as many opportunities as you can.  Take chances, try new things and push yourself to reach new levels.  These experiences, along with good study habits and active participation in class, will allow you to identify interests, develop plans and attain skills.  In turn, this growth will pave a road to success and build a foundation for a life of learning.

Our campus is an educational community.  As with any community, our effectiveness is largely dependent upon the interactions and the relationships we build with each other.  If each individual member of our learning community is to reach their full potential, we must maintain an environment that is supportive and safe.  We must work together and strive to be a place where each person feels they can Begin, Belong and Grow; where each person is valued for their unique strengths, and where we offer assistance and support for those in need.  If we can embrace each other’s strengths and devote our energies to teaching and learning, we will create an atmosphere where all can Aspire, Achieve, and Excel.

Join me in making this school year the best! 

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COOPER NEWS NOW

Volunteer In School Tutoring

Students may sign up for voluntary tutoring which occurs during the school day at the JAM period.  Students must sign up for each day that they need tutoring for you can only go to one subject each day.  Parents if you sign up your student YOU must notify them to attend, otherwise they are not aware and considered skipping.  Freshman may sign up for tutoring on Monday and Thursday only.

Monday, September 26 - click here

Wednesday, September 28 - click here

Thursday, September 29 - click here

Friday, September 30 - click here

 

Algebra I - cafe - Deters Algebra II – Café – Huey
Geometry – Café – Van Laningham Other Math – Library – Michael
Calculus – Library – Kerner Social Studies – Library – David/Hamm
English – Library – David/Hamm Science – 304 - Lainhart
Golf Outing

The Florence Rotary with hold its 19th annual golf outing on Friday, October 7th at Hickory Sticks Golf Course.  Participation in the golf scramble serves the youth of our area by raising financial support to fund The Florence Rotary Scholarship Fund. These scholarships go to the area students.  To sign up, click here for more information.  Registration begins at 8am.

Scholastic Chess Tournament

There will be a wonderful opportunity this fall at Holmes High School for students who play chess.  The Covington Classic Scholastic Chess Tournament will be held on Saturday October 1st.  For details and to sign up see the flier, click here.

Athletic Passes

Athletic Passes are now on sale:  Family Pass $185  ( Up to 4 people);  Adult pass $55 , student and senior citizens $50.  Passes are good for home games only, all year and all sports.  Tournaments and special events are excluded.  You may purchase passes during school hours from Marianne Civille in the front office or you can send payment in with your student.  For more information you can contact Marianne Civille at marianne.civille@boone.kyschools.us or 859-384-5040 .

Order Your Yearbook

To purchase this year's yearbook, please click here.  Orders are only taken online.

If you would to give well wishes to your special RCHS graduate click here to buy an adverstisement.

If you would like to purchase an advertisement for the yearbook, click here.

Microsoft Advantage Program

Boone County School's is happy to announce the Microsoft Advantage Program.  Students can use their school webmail to download free office products on multiple devices.  Click here for information and dowload instructions.

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Our Mission

Randall K. Cooper High School, in collaboration with the community, is committed to cultivating a tradition of excellence by empowering its students to become independent, life-long learners in a global society. 

“Cooper Creed”
Responsibility for my actions
Character and integrity in my life
Honesty with myself and others
Success through goals, commitment, and hard work.


Principal's Message

On behalf of the faculty and staff of Randall K. Cooper High School, we welcome you to our beautiful campus.  Our staff is ready to begin an exciting school year, which will be enjoyable and successful for you.  It is my desire for you to become involved in your school and with your help we will establish traditions that will make memories for a lifetime.

As you journey through your high school years, you will have many opportunities to participate in challenging and exciting activities and learning experiences.  While keeping your eye on the prize of graduation, I encourage you to take time to enjoy your journey.  It is my hope that you will participate in and experience as many opportunities as you can.  Take chances, try new things and push yourself to reach new levels.  These experiences, along with good study habits and active participation in class, will allow you to identify interests, develop plans and attain skills.  In turn, this growth will pave a road to success and build a foundation for a life of learning.

Our campus is an educational community.  As with any community, our effectiveness is largely dependent upon the interactions and the relationships we build with each other.  If each individual member of our learning community is to reach their full potential, we must maintain an environment that is supportive and safe.  We must work together and strive to be a place where each person feels they can Begin, Belong and Grow; where each person is valued for their unique strengths, and where we offer assistance and support for those in need.  If we can embrace each other’s strengths and devote our energies to teaching and learning, we will create an atmosphere where all can Aspire, Achieve, and Excel.

Join me in making this school year the best! 

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Union, KY 41091
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