Welcome

     Welcome to my site!  I plan to use this resource to help students as they work to survive "all things high school"and prepare to enter the post-secondary world.  I will use this main page for any pertinent announcements and updates. Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. 

    
  Allison G. Earlywine
Counselor 
Harrison Co. High School
320 Webster Ave. 
Cynthiana, KY 41031
PHONE: (859) 234-7117 Ext. 2396
FAX: (859) 234-4415
EMAIL: allison.earlywine@harrison.kyschools.us

Craft Academy - Go For Launch Registration

What is Go For Launch?

Go For Launch! is a 4-day residential camp that uses space exploration as a platform to launch student involvement in STEM, STEAM, teamwork, communication and leadership. The Go for Launch! theme is exomedicine.

Student teams will work together on collaborative activities before or after nearly every talk to earn daily awards. Each team will work together over the four days to define and design their own space experiment and present their ideas to a panel of judges from the Space and STEM fields. The judges will choose a winner from each Go For Launch! event and the winning experiment will be launched into space.

Go for Launch! is open to male or female students who are entering 8th, 9th or 10th grade. The camp will take place July 24-28 and participants will stay at Grote-Thompson Hall, the Craft Academy’s residence hall on MSU’s campus. This year’s camp will feature sessions with astronaut Don Thomas.

 

For more information or to register please visit:
 http://www.moreheadstate.edu/Academics/Craft-Academy/Go-For-Launch


CRAFT Academy - Morehead State Univeristy 

  • Craft Academy has scheduled three new Visit Days during the spring semester:

  • ·        March 11

  • ·        April 29

  • ·        July 29

     Craft Academy Visit Days are for students, sophomore level and below, who are interested in Craft can visit Morehead State University’s beautiful campus, see our Craft Academy presentation, meet Craft staff and current Craft students, take a tour of campus and Grote-Thompson Hall (where Craft students live) and end the visit with a Star Theater show at the Space Science Center! 

    For more details and to register, visit our website www.moreheadstate.edu/craft-academy under Recruitment Events. 

  • Sullivan University - Pharmacy Camp

    On July 23-28, high school students graduating in 2017, 2018 and 2019 can explore the world of pharmacy as a potential career path at Sullivan University’s Pharmacy Camp.

    The camp offers opportunities to participate in lectures, tour the facilities, explore different career paths and get tips on the best ways to apply for pharmacy school. The week-long camp will culminate in a special Recognition Ceremony.

    Spots are filling quickly, so register today!  Sullivan University Pharmacy Camp

  • University of Louisville McConnell Center's Young Leaders Academy
     
    Kentucky students, grades 11-12 (as of Fall 2017), are eligible to apply for the McConnell Center’s Young Leaders Academy, a summer residential leadership conference at the University of Louisville. The conference will be held June 14-17, 2017, at the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus. The McConnell Center offers this annual program to outstanding high school students to help hone their leadership skills and further their understanding of American history.

    Applications are due Monday, May 1, 2017 (Apply online)

    The theme of this year's conference is "Revisiting American Constitutionalism." Topics include:

    • The origins of written constitutions
    • Federalist-Anti-Federalist debates
    • Disagreements about the proper role of government in modern America
    • Role of federal courts and political institutions in modern America
    • What changes and amendments students might advocate to change our foundational law

     

    Participants will stay at the University of Louisville under the guidance of McConnell Center staff and university honors students. Participants will take part in a series of seminars, discussions, lectures, team-building activities and structured socials during their four-day stay.

     

    Sessions will be led by faculty, staff and students of the University of Louisville and other area institutions and will be conducted at or near an entry level college experience.

     

    Each participant will receive a scholarship for the Young Leaders Academy that includes free lodging, meals and all conference materials.

     

    “This will be a tremendous educational experience, but it is also a terrific opportunity for those who might be interested in being considered for McConnell Scholarships to the University of Louisville,” said Gary Gregg, director of the McConnell Center.

     

    For more information, contact Sherry Allen, program manager, at 502-852-3130 or mccivics@louisville.edu.