Hardin County, Kentucky Public Schools?

Answer Hardin County was founded in 1793 and named after Colonel John Hardin, who was killed by Native Americans while on a peace mission. It is located in north-central Kentucky, and is part of the city ... Read More »

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Hardin County, Kentucky Schools?

Hardin County was originally established in 1792. As of 2008, it stretches over 616 square miles and is home to an estimated 110,469 people. Across that stretch of miles sit many different schools.... Read More »

Schools in Hardin County, Ohio?

Hardin County has a population of over 30,000, and is home to several townships and villages including Kenton, Ridgeway, Roundhead and Taylor Creek. The county was formed in 1820, and was named aft... Read More »

Schools in Hardin County, Tennessee?

Hardin County is located in the central southern part of Tennessee and consists of cities and towns such as Savannah, Crump, Caney Hollow, Walnut Grove and Pyburn. Hardin County offers a variety of... Read More »

Meade County, Kentucky Schools?

Meade County Schools, in Kentucky, has seven elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. In addition to the public schools, the school system has additional programs and services fo... Read More »