The Hardin County School District, the third largest school district in Kentucky, was formally established in 1908 with the first meeting of the Hardin County Board of Education. For many years, the district had over 100 one-room schools. In 1930, the Hardin County School System consisted of 89 schools. The last one-room school in Hardin County, Akers Valley, closed in 1956. Today, from a loose association of one room schools with limited resources, we look with pride at a world class school system which is recognized for the quality of its educational programs at the local, state, and federal levels.
The mission of the Hardin County Schools, in partnership with the family and community, is to prepare students to be responsible citizens and lifelong learners in a global society.
Hardin County Schools is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 28
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