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    Need a Driver's Permit Verification form? 

    It is STATE LAW that you must have a Driver's School Compliance Verification Form to verify that the student has NO MORE than 8 unexcused absences for the previous semester and has passed 6 out of 8 (or equivalent) classes in the previous semester.

    You may request a driver's verification NO PASS/NO DRIVE form here:  Click here or on the front page of this website, click >Student>Driver's Permit Verification Form.  Once you submit your form, your attendance and grades will be verified.  You will be notified by email when your form is ready.  Please allow up to two school days for your request to be processed.

    Also, be advised that each sememester we are required to report students with more than 8 unexcused absences and/or students failing more than 2 classes to the state and the permit will be revoked. 

    Good luck on your test!

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  • EKU ROTC Information

    Please click on the links below to find all the information for the EKU Army ROTC program! There are several scholarships to choose from.

    Army ROTC at EKU

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Summer Programs & Special Programs

  • EKU STEM Summer Camp

    June 4 – 9, 2023

    Our residential STEM Summer Camp is designed to provide our campers with a preview of what it would be to be a college student. They will participate in STEM hands-on activities, talk to different offices in the University, and be part of fun team-building activities.

    • 5-day residential camp at Eastern Kentucky University’s Richmond Campus. Open to all rising high school juniors and seniors.
    • Camp sessions will be held in the Science Building and Whalin Technology Complex.
    • Apply online for free from March 1, 2023 to April 10, 2023. Applications require a short essay and teacher/counselor recommendation.
    • $50 registration fee if accepted. Scholarships covering remaining camp costs are provided for all who are accepted.
    • In addition to the STEM activities, information sessions on college majors, the application process, and financial aid/scholarships will be offered.
    • Fun team building activities in the evening!

    For more information about our STEM Summer Camp, including registration information, visit

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  • KACLT Chinese STARTALK Summer Day Camp

    June 6-16, 2023

    When: 6/6/2023-6/16/2023 (Including the weekend of 6/10-6/11)

    Who can attend: Students that will either be a high school junior/Senior or college freshman/sophomore in fall 2023.

    Where: Asbury University, Wilmore, KY

    Basic camp schedule: 

    9:00am-9:15am Light breakfast in classrooms
    9:15am-12:00pm Chinese immersion language classes
    12:00pm Lunch at Asbury University dining hall
    1:00pm-5:00pm Chinese culture classes

    Offered courses (Students will be placed in courses based on a placement assessment): CHN 101, CHN 102, and CHN 201                           

    3 credits will be offered for successful completion to high school juniors/seniors with the below qualifications: 

    Students must abide by Asbury University standards while attending camp. Please see our community guidelines below.

    Camp attendees must understand that computers will not be provided, they must bring their own for class.

    If interested, please register by April 1, 2023 by visiting our site at

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  • Accelerated Career Awareness Program (ACAP®)

         Deadline: May 1, 2023

    Accelerated Career Awareness Program (ACAP®) which is a 1-week summer campus residency program sponsored by the NABA Inc. -Greater Louisville Chapter & UofL Student Chapter. It will be held in-person, July 16-22, 2023, on the University of Louisville’s campus. See the chapter website for more details:

    This 1-week, in-person, high school summer campus residency program is fully supervised and all-expenses-paid. Selected students will receive room and board, books, materials, tools, and a NABA high school membership. It offers exposure through business professional-led workshops centered on the core career fields noted above. There are so many truly unique experiences and benefits for students selected to attend. As an example, students will have the ability to build meaningful relationships through numerous interactions and networking with other participants, NABA members and business-related professionals. Also, top performing student participants in the program may be eligible for a scholarship and/or prizes and incentives.

    The program has a selective application process, and students should be encouraged to apply early. They will need to go to the chapter website to obtain more details on how to access the online application and the application deadline.

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  • BCTC Summer Healthcare Success Academies

         Free for all High School Students

    June 12-16, 2023, 9am to 4pm

    Healthcare Skill-Building
    (Rising Junior and Senior high school students
    Come to campus & learn skills essential to first-year success in healthcare program.

    June 20-23, 2023, 9am to 4pm

    Healthcare Careers Exploration Camp
    Rising Freshman and Sophomore high school students
    Come meet healthcare professionals and explore a range of healthcare careers, including nursing, respiratory care, radiography, sonography & medical information technology.

    Visit for more information.


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  • Boston Leadership Institute

    The Boston Leadership Institute is a top-tier summer STEM program for academically advanced, high achieving, gifted high school and pre-high school students. Our programs are hands-on and engaging, and are designed to introduce students to a variety of careers in the STEM and business fields. We offer both day and residential programs in Boston and its surrounding areas. 

    Programs Offered:

    • Three-Week Programs: These are our most in depth and immersive programs for students entering grades 8-12 at all locations. 3 week programs are competitive and require students to submit an application. Topics include Biological Research, Astrophysics, Forensic Science, Emergency Medicine and more!  See a full list of our 3 week programs here
    • One-Week Programs: One week programs provide an introduction to a range of STEM topics. Students are welcome to take multiple one week programs in a row.  No application is required.

    To apply, visit


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  • FFI Nationwide Immersion Leadership International

         Application Deadline:  April 7, 2023

    Program Dates: July 1-15 or July 16-30

    FFI is a nonprofit international organization providing empathetic leadership development and educational programming to young people around the globe. The goal of the Nationwide Immersion program, offered through the summer, is to “help young people become the best versions of themselves to help their community become the best version of itself”. 

    The Nationwide Immersion Program provides a three-phase immersive leadership learning experience. The virtual team-building phase establishes a team identity and shared goals. This is followed by the in-person skill-building phase where the team travels to Durham, NH for 14 days of  hands-on learning experiences. After returning home, the final virtual community-building phase has participants apply all learned skills toward an independent social action project. 

    For more information, visit


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  • Hanover College Summer Academy

         Register by May 1, 2023

    June 4-9, 2023

    Summer 2023 academies include: 

    • Creating TV dramas, sitcoms & commercials
    • So you want to be a teacher
    • Health sciences institute
    • Psychology & popular culture
    • Environmental science institute
    • Exploring engineering
    • Civil War: a nation divided
    • The book: artifact, technology & friend
    • Making theater

    For more information visit or call (812) 866-7021.



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  • Kentucky Forest Leadership Program

         Deadline to Apply:  April 28, 2023

    June 4-9, 2023 at University of Kentucky's Robinson Forest

    Are you interested in the environment and want to know more about forests, trees, insects, water and wildlife; in short, Kentucky’s natural resources? Then consider the Kentucky Forest Leadership Program where you can explore the many aspects of forestry and related fields. If you like hands-on learning in the great outdoors then this program is for you. This week-long, residential program is designed for high school students.

    The Kentucky Forest Leadership Program offers three educational tracks*: Forestry, Entomology and Wildlife. While choosing a track provides you the opportunity to experience a concentrated program, the three tracks will work together throughout the week just as real-life natural resources experts do. So, if you want to learn about Kentucky’s forests, but are seriously interested in insects or wildlife you will get the opportunity to experience a concentrated program in entomology or wildlife while also learning about the forest.

    The leadership program is not a recreational summer camp. You can expect to be busy with a full schedule of hands-on forestry and natural resource activities for the week, including:

    • Forestry – students will learn about tree and plant identification, forest evaluation and management, soil and water quality and fire management in Kentucky’s forests.
    • Entomology – students will learn about insect identification, collection, preservation and ecology. They will also learn about the positive and negative impacts insects can have on Kentucky’s forests.
    • Wildlife – students will gain experience with different techniques to sample, identify and manage wildlife as well as conducting species diversity and population surveys in various Kentucky habitats.

    For more details, visit

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  • North Central Area Health Education Center (NC AHEC) Health Career Summer Camp

    Register today! It's never been a better time to explore health careers in a hands-on! You will join select students from across the Tri-State. Participate in instructor-led hands-on activities and have the opportunity to speak directly with top health professionals.

    WHEN: Monday, June 12th - Thursday, June 15th, 2023
           Tuesday, June 20th - Friday, June 23rd, 2023
            Monday, June 26th - Thursday, June 29th, 2023  

    TIME: 9:15 am - 2:30 pm 

    WHERE: Gateway Community & Technical College, 790 Thomas More Pkwy, Edgewood, KY 41017

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday April 28th, 2023, 11:30 pm. Space is limited to 30 students per week/camp.



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  • UK Summer Healthcare Experience in Oncology

    The University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center’s Summer Healthcare Experience (SHE) in Oncology Program aims to empower Kentucky high school student leaders who identify as female with experiences, activities and discussions that introduce them to the incredible breadth of career and leadership opportunities in the field of oncology.

    SHE specifically targets young women with an interest in science and medicine, who identify as underrepresented in the sciences (i.e., racial or ethnic minority, low income, first-generation college-bound, and/or living with a disability). Applicants must be a current sophomore, junior or senior from a Kentucky high school.

    SHE in Oncology Program participants will work with other students from 5 different collaborating institutions that are running their own SHE Programs.  The other institutions include the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Chicago, the University of Michigan and the University of Pennsylvania.

     The University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center will provide:

    • Two weeks of rewarding online programming featuring expert speakers and activity leaders from all facets of cancer, including cancer research, healthcare, personal development and more.
    • Opportunities to work collaboratively and conduct research with students from other schools.
    • Mentorship from prominent women in the field.     
    • Support for all students during the program – including ability to group text and email with questions, concerns, updates, technology issues, etc.
    • A stipend of $500 to each participating student.  
    • Lab kits for any experiments and research related to the program.


    Program dates: July 17-28, 2023

    *Note: This summer’s program is completely virtual due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

     The SHE in Oncology Program application and instructions can be found at this link:

     Please email Holly Burke with any questions at or call 859-323-4780.

     SHE is funded through generous support provided by the American Cancer Society.



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  • Waynesburg University CSI Camp

    June 12-16, 2023

         Registration Deadline: May 8, 2023

    Our CSI Camp is designed to give students hands-on experience of what they can expect in the forensic science and criminal justice majors and, ultimately, occupations. Camp will enable students to enhance their knowledge and understanding of forensic topics and allow them to make valuable connections with professionals and fellow peers in the field. Students will have the opportunity to train with and learn from certified experts in a small group setting.

    Students entering 11th grade, 12th grade, or who are spring 2023 high school graduates are eligible to attend CSI Camp. 

    If you or your students would like more information on the Camp, please visit If they are interested, they can register for the Camp on this website as well.


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  • West Point Summer Leader Experience

    Session 1: June 3 - 9, 2023
    Session 2: June 10 - 16, 2023

    HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS - APPLICATION PORTAL OPENS FEBRUARY 1st - The West Point Summer Leader Experience (SLE) provides rising high school seniors with a week-long immersion into the academic, military, and social life of a cadet. 

    At SLE, you will explore West Point from all angles, including our high-tech educational facilities, team-building, athletic activities, and realistic military training. You will get a taste of Cadet Life through the entire program, which is led by current West Point cadets. 

    Visit for information and to apply.


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Jobs & Internships

  • Internship:  Republican Party of Kentucky Field Internship Program

         Deadlines Vary

    Internships are now available through a campaign cycle.  Interns should expect to work a minimum of 15 hours weekly, but additional time may be required on a week-by-week basis.

    Qualifications:  A successful applicant will have a positive attitude, an ability to meet project deadlines and possess excellent interpersonal skills.  They will also be responsible, detail-oriented, and self-motivated.  We encourage students of all academic fields to apply; opportunities are available for both high-school and college students with a strong work ethic and passion for conservative politics.

    How to Apply:  Email your resume, two references, and a completed application (available in the Guidance Office) to with the subject line "Internship Applicaion."


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    Bluegrass Pool Management



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  • Idle Hour Country Club

    Camp Counselor positions for Idle Hour Country Club from June 5 to July 14. For our Camp Counselor positions, salary is $10/hour, potential increase with experience. Counselors must be at least 16 years or older to join our summer staff team.

    As a company, KE Camps strives to hire energetic and creative individuals for our summer staff. This opportunity will give your students a chance to not only make some extra income during the summer, but also allows them to work in a non-traditional and FUN! setting.

    Please visit to apply online.



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  • Jersey Mike's

    Stop by the Guidance Office for a QR code to apply.


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  • Kumon

    Kumon is currently seeking new assistants to help pre-k through high school age students with their math and reading skills.  Must have strong academic skills (minimum of Algebra 2 or beyond required) and love children of all ages.  Must be available on Monday and/or Thursday between the hours of 4PM and 7PM.  $10-$12 per hour depending on experience.

    Interested applicants email


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