Grant County Schools
Following the Governors executive order on November 18th.  Grant County Schools will be closed to in-person instruction until Monday, January 4th, 2021.  Elementary schools may return on December 7th if we meet case requirements.  Students are receiving virtual instruction. Please contact your child's school with questions. 
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Grant County High School
715 Warsaw Rd
Dry Ridge, KY 41035
Phone: 859-824-9739
Fax: 859-824-9756

Davis, Lauren

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My name is Lauren Davis and I am proud to say that this is my third year teaching at Grant County High School. I taught English I for two years, and am currently teaching sophomore English II and English II Honors.

I am originally from Southern California, but my fiance and I made the decision four years to ago to relocate to the northern Kentucky area. He is originally from Fleming County, Kentucky, and I have enjoyed learning about the rich history of the state. It is an incredibly beautiful part of the country, and I feel lucky to live here. Although it is much different culturally and geographically from Southern California, I appreciate the state’s majestic beauty and natural resources. I truly would not choose to live anywhere else.

I graduated from California State University Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) in Carson, California in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in English, and then completed my post-baccalaureate teaching credential through the CSUDH two-year Teacher Education Program. I completed my student teaching in the second largest school district in the United States, Los Angeles Unified School District, as well as in Hawthorne Unified School District. I then went on to begin my master’s degree in English at CSUDH while serving as a teaching assistant in the English department of Los Angeles Community College; I am currently completing my graduate degree at Northern Kentucky University.

I am very grateful and fortunate to be a part of the Grant County High School family. Go Braves!

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