Calloway County High School

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Calloway County High School
2108 College Farm Road
Murray, Kentucky 42071

United States
Type Public
Established 1960
School district Calloway County School District
Superintendent Kennith Bargo
Principal Randy McCallon[1]
Vice principal Chris King
Faculty 65
Grades 9 to 12
Enrollment 921[2] (2013–14)
Campus Small city
Color(s) Red, White and Blue[1][3]             
Slogan "Laker Pride is County Wide"
Athletics 19 varsity teams
Athletics conference KHSAA[1]
Sports Athletic Director- Greg Butler
Mascot Laker
Nickname "Lakers" and "Lady Lakers"[1]
Endowment US$14.8 million

Calloway County High School is a public high school located in Murray, Kentucky. The school was formed from the consolidation of six high schools from across the county: Hazel High School, Lynn Grove High School, Kirksey High School, Almo High School, New Concord High School, and Faxon High School.


Academic Team Laker Band Beta Club Chemistry Team
Dance Team Distributive Educators Clubs of America Drama Club Family Consumer & Career Leaders of America
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Future Business Leader of America Future Farmers of America Future Problem Solving Team
Health Occupation Students of America Jazz Band Jr. Beta Club Leadership Tomorrow

Model United Nations and Model Congress KY YMCA

National Science Honors Society Pep Club Speech and Debate Team Student Council
STLP Technology Student Association Laker Review (Student News Paper) Vocational Industrial Clubs of America
World Languages Club The Laker (Yearbook) Zero Hour Choir Choir
Athletic Clubs
Baseball Boys Basketball Girls Basketball
Cross Country (boys & girls) Football Golf (boys & girls)
Boys Soccer Girls Soccer Fast Pitch Softball
Swimming- Rob Dennis Tennis (boys & girls) Track (boys & girls)
Volleyball Wrestling Cheerleading

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d Calloway County High School KHSAA Directory Entry. Kentucky High School Athletic Association. Retrieved on 2008-06-07.
  2. ^ "2013–2014 Audited School Enrollments (in alphabetic order)" (PDF). Kentucky High School Athletic Association. Retrieved January 9, 2014. 
  3. ^ Calloway County Lakers. Retrieved on 2008-06-07.