Kentucky parents are children’s first and most important teachers, and they are essential partners in the success of the state’s schools.
ParentInfo newsletter is an e-newsletter that goes out twice a month and provides education information and resources for a child's most important educator: you. To sign up, click here or copy http://cms.education.ky.gov/formserv/?id=parentinfo into your browser. To see recent issues of Parentinfo, click here, and scroll down to the Parentinfo newsletters.
Kentucky has a total of 173 school districts and 1,233 schools. On this page, find contact information, school addresses, links to school websites and details about the academic performance of specific schools. Information about homeschooling also is available on this page.
This section of our website is designed to give new residents basic information about our state's education system. Our aim is to help you make informed decisions about selecting a school for your child, enrolling your child in our public schools and becoming a teacher or administrator in Kentucky.
Kentucky eTranscript is a simple and secure way for high school students to send their transcripts to participating colleges and universities at no cost. The service is available in all public schools. Learn about the features and benefits, and register to create your or your child's account.
Kentucky's students with disabilities are supported through many state- and federal-level programs. Find data and other information on special education programs on this page.
Kentucky mandates every student have a current Commonwealth of Kentucky Immunization Certificate to attend school. The School Immunization Program, including Kentucky's Immunization Registry, is administered by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) Immunization Program.
Parents can take a strong role in planning for their children’s future with the Individual Learning Plan.
Basic statistical information about Kentucky's schools, including number of schools, numbers of teachers and students, statewide education funding and other items.
Every year, thousands of parents ask what they must do to enroll their children in Kentucky's public schools. This section of our Web site answers parents' most frequently asked questions.
The 2014-2015 Kentucky Schools Directory provides staffing and contact information for all 173 Kentucky school districts.
Kentucky’s school-based decision making councils provide parents with the opportunity to make decisions related to the day-to-day operations of their children’s schools.
It may seem odd to you that schools are sometimes closed when an expected winter storm doesn't develop as predicted and that schools are sometimes open when the worst of conditions exist. It's helpful to remember that the overriding concern of the superintendent is the safety of the students in his or her district. That is why superintendents sometimes choose to err on the side of safety.
School and District Report Cards provide detailed information (including datasets) about each school and district, including test performance, teacher qualifications, student safety, awards, parent involvment and much more.
Find student health forms, information about immunizations and more on this page.
Kentucky’s Unbridled Learning initiative includes the Kentucky Department of Education’s work around college and career readiness. Unbridled Learning includes assessment, accountability, school and district progress toward improvement and much more.