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JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge

Superintendent Rob Clayton visited cadets at the JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge at the Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center!

WKU President and Big Red Visit

WKU President Caboni surprises 16 seniors with admission letters and swag. 


Mission & Philosophy

Through the on-going growth and development of Warren Central faculty and staff our students will be equipped to be SUCCESSFUL, PRODUCTIVE, and COMPETITIVE in any healthy venue they choose.

By the Numbers


Attendance Rate


Graduation Rate


Postsecondary Readiness



Top 7

In the state for English Language Progress


Advance Coursework Completion


Percent Participation in CTE Programs


2022/23 2A State Champions - Boys' Soccer

2022/23 KHSAA Boys' Sweet Sixteen Basketball State Champions

Principal's Message

Dear WCHS Community,

I hope this message finds you all in good health and high spirits. It is with immense pleasure and enthusiasm that I welcome you to the start of a new school year at Warren Central High School. As we embark on this journey together, I am filled with excitement and anticipation for the incredible opportunities that lie ahead for our students.

Returning to serve as your Principal is both an honor and a privilege. Our school has always been a place of learning, growth, and excellence. This year, we are poised to reach new heights as we continue our unwavering commitment to providing our students with the best education possible.

At WCHS, we are not just a school; we are a community. We recognize the importance of unity and collaboration among all stakeholders - our dedicated educators, our supportive families, and our engaged community members. It is through this unity that we can create an environment where our students can thrive and excel.

As we move forward, our focus remains crystal clear. We are committed to:

  • Cultivating a Positive School Culture: A supportive and inclusive school culture is the bedrock of our success. We are dedicated to creating an environment where every student feels safe, valued, and inspired to learn.

  • Strengthening our Systems: We are continuously working to improve the systems and processes that support our students' education. Our goal is to ensure that every student has access to the resources and opportunities they need to succeed.

  • Enhancing Instructional Effectiveness: Quality instruction is at the heart of student achievement. Our teachers are dedicated to delivering engaging, effective lessons that empower our students to excel academically.

Remember, our shared mission is to provide our children with the tools they need to succeed not just in school, but in life. We believe that by working together - school, family, and community - we can greatly enhance their chances of success.

I am excited to see our students thrive and achieve their full potential this year. Together, we can make a difference in their lives, laying the foundation for bright futures.

Thank you for being an integral part of the WCHS community. Your support, involvement, and commitment are invaluable, and I am truly grateful for each and every one of you.

Let us embark on this new school year with a sense of purpose, unity, and optimism. Here's to a fantastic year ahead!

Warmest regards,

Mike Stevenson

Interim Principal, Warren Central High School

News & Announcements

United Way of Southern Kentucky’s (UWSK) 2-1-1 program is a great resource for those who need a little extra help. No matter the needs such as housing/shelter, food, utilities assistance, support groups, employee assistance and more, UWSK’s 2-1-1 team is available to help connect area residents with available community resources. Upon receiving calls from community members,  the 2-1-1 team accesses various databases of resources and connects the callers to the appropriate agencies to receive assistance. To access the line, simply dial 2-1-1.


A sampling of where our most recent graduates are continuing their academic careers: 

Vanderbilt University