GCHS welcomes Mrs. Gregory as head principal

photo courtesy of West Kentucky Star

photo courtesy of West Kentucky Star


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Graves County High School announced this summer that Mrs. Alison Gregory would serve as head principal, a replacement for Mr. Matt Madding, who now serves as superintendent.

“I love GCHS and being around our awesome young people and talented people and staff,” said Mrs. Gregory.

¨I have spent almost ten years away from the high school level and it’s great to be back,” Gregory continued. “My favorite part of being here is the role that I hope to play a role in helping out students be in college and or career ready when they leave us senior year. I want to continue to excel and be the top school in Kentucky.¨

During the first few days of school, Mrs. Gregory spoke to each class in the Performing Arts Center. Her message was of motivation and creating personal accountability through the #makeitcount movement.

“My desire for our GCHS family to make every decision, every action, and every day count during their high school experience. Thus, the #makeitcount hashtag was born. We try hard to share our #makeitcount “sightings” each week at GCHS,” said Gregory.

“Our school is awesome and we want everyone to know it!”