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Martha Layne Collins High School

Martha Layne Collins High School
Address
801 Discovery Blvd.
Shelbyville, KY 40065
Information
Type Public
Established 2010
School district Shelby County Public Schools
Principal John R. Leeper II
Grades 8–12
Enrollment 1200
School color(s) Columbia Blue, Black, and White
Nickname Titans
Feeder schools Shelby County West Middle School
Website

Martha Layne Collins High School is located in Shelbyville, Kentucky. The official name is Martha Layne Collins Hill High School. One of two high schools in the Shelby County Public Schools school district, it opened in August 2010. Ralph Anthony Hatchell has been selected as the first principal.[1][2]

The school is named for Martha Layne Collins, the first female governor of Kentucky.[3] A native of Bagdad in Shelby County, Martha Layne Hall graduated from Shelbyville High School and the University of Kentucky, after marrying Dr. Bill Collins and serving as a school teacher until 1970. Martha Layne Collins became the first female Governor of the Commonwealth 1983-1987, accomplishing successful endeavors in education reform and economic development. After her term as Governor, Collins served in various educational-based roles. Since 1998, she has been Executive Scholar-in-Residence at Georgetown College.[4]

It is unusual among U.S. high schools in being a 5-year school, housing grades 8 to 12. Most high schools in Kentucky (and nationwide) house grades 9 to 12. Grades 8 and 9 occupy the second floor, with grades 10 through 12 on the first floor. The facilities are located on a 110-acre (44.5 ha) property.

Athletics

Martha Layne Collins High School is a member of the KHSAA and participates in many sports such as baseball, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls cross country, football, boys and girls golf, boys and girls soccer, fast pitch softball, swimming, boys and girls tennis, boys and girls track, volleyball, and cheerleading. They are nicknamed the Titans and Lady Titans. The school colors are Columbia Blue, Black, and White.

Football

District Championships: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Regional Championships: 2011, 2012

Semi-State Championships: 2012

State Runner-up: 2012

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2010 Jerry Lucas 11-2 Regional Finals
2011 Jerry Lucas 11-3 State Semifinals
2012 Jerry Lucas 11-4 State Finals
2013 Jerry Lucas 7-2
All Time Record 40-11

Volleyball

District Championships: 2010, 2011

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2010 Abbey Buchert 22-3 Regional Quarterfinals
2011 Abbey Buchert 19-10 Regional Quarterfinals
2012 Abbey Buchert 11-19 District Semifinals
2013 Cary Clark 18-10 Regional Quarterfinals
All Time Record 70-42

Boy's Soccer

District Championships: 2012, 2013

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2010 Scott Cress 14-6-1 District Semifinals
2011 Scott Cress 11-7-2 Regional Semifinals
2012 Scott Cress 17-2-2 Regional Semifinals
2013 Scott Cress 15-4-2 Regional Semifinals
All Time Record 60-19-7

Girl's Soccer

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2010 Terry Murphy 9-8-2 District Quarterfinals
2011 Terry Murphy 10-9-0 District Quarterfinals
2012 Terry Murphy 17-3-1 District Semifinals
2013 Tim Oltman 7-8-1 District Semifinals
All Time Record 43-28-4

Boy's Basketball

District Championships: 2012, 2013

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2010-2011 Curtis Turley 18-12 Regional Quarterfinals
2011-2012 Chris Gaither 24-11 Regional Finals
2012-2013 Chris Gaither 21-8 Regional Quarterfinals
All Time Record 63-31

Girl's Basketball

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2010-2011 Phillip Conder 15-15 Regional Quarterfinals
2011-2012 Phillip Conder 22-11 Regional Quarterfinals
2012-2013 Phillip Conder 16-15 Regional Semifinals
All Time Record 53-41

Baseball

District Championships: 2013

Regional Championships: 2013

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2011 Roy Bailey 18-7 Regional Quarterfinals
2012 Roy Bailey 22-11 District Semifinals
2013 Roy Bailey 33-7 State Quarterfinals
All Time Record 73-25

Fast Pitch Softball

District Championships: 2011

Year Coach Record Playoffs
2011 James Axline II 23-15 Regional Finals
2012 James Axline II 18-16 District Semifinals
2013 Suzanne Cates 19-20 Regional Quarterfinals
All Time Record 60-51

References

External links

  • Martha Layne Collins High School

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