The learning environment is an important factor in the education of all students. As a growing school district, it is a constant work-in-progress to build and maintain the school buildings in Grant County to meet the needs of our students. Presently the district has 4 elementary schools, 1 middle school, 1 high school, and 1 alternative school. In addition, there are two support facilities; Central Office and Transportation & Maintenance Building in the district.
To provide for a clean, safe, orderly learning environment, the Grant County School District is committed to provide the most modern, up-to-date facilities possible.
In the past twenty years the district has:
-Purchased land and constructed a new Grant County High School, a new Sherman Elementary School, and a new Mason-Corinth Elementary School.
-Completed renovations to improve Crittenden-Mt. Zion Elementary, Dry Ridge Elementary, and Grant County Middle School (twice).
-Constructed the new Grant County Schools Career & Technology Center.
The prioritization of all construction projects (past and future) is determined by a Local Facilities Planning Committee (LPC) which consists of parents, local business owners, teachers, and school administrators. The plan, developed by the LPC and approved by the Kentucky Department of Education, guides the district in all construction initiatives.