Nip and tuck time is about to get under way at Augusta Independent School.
On Sunday, May 10th, Mark McLay arrived in the beautiful city of Augusta. The purpose of his visit was to meet with fellow Community Education colleague Phyllis Reed and other of her affiliates from across the state to gain a better understanding of Community Education in Kentucky.
Augusta Independent School has hired Brian Kirk, a 2004 Panthers' graduate, to fill the vacant boy's basketball head coaching position.
Click the link below for the March edition of the Panther Pause.
May 2015 Panther Pause
There are many people who play a vital role in the success of Augusta Independent School.
Augusta Independent High School Junior, Max Hargett has been selected for the prestigious five week Governor's Scholar Program.
On April 01, Coach Rebecca Arnold resigned her position as head coach of the Augusta Lady Panthers basketball program.
Turning 16 is an exciting time for your teen . . . . Getting a driver’s permit and license. But don’t forget that your child needs to receive their meningococcal (meningitis) booster when they turn 16.
With the new Tuition Guarantee, you can graduate from MCTC with no out-of-pocket tuition expenses.
Augusta Independent School District’s insurance does not cover student injuries due to accidents at school or during school-sponsored activities such as a field trip or basketball game.
The mission of Augusta Independent Schools is to enable all students to become self-sufficient,
responsible, ever-learning members of society while sustaining our unique Augusta
community and school.