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We're glad to have you visit our site. Check out the News Archive for information about the district. Also, don't miss our photo galleries. Visit the About Us information for an overview of the district.

Parent Involvement Evaluation

Each year we gather feedback from our parents about our communication and how we can improve our parent involvement in our district.  We would appreciate your input. You may complete this online survey or request a paper copy at your child's school.  Thank you for your time.  Survey completion is May 30th. Click this link to go to the survey.

Community Support Foundation


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DPP Information and Links

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact:
Robbie Leathers, Director of Pupil Personnel
(502) 349-7000, ext. 2321
Or Renee' Hedges, DPP Administrative Assistant
(502) 349-7000, ext. 2395

MySchoolBucks Payment Plans


Pay for School Meals and
Pay for Student Fees Online
at MySchoolBucks and MySchoolBucks School Store
for Thomas Nelson and
Nelson County High Schools.
Click here for School Store information.
Click here for Meal Payment information.

WHAS Crusade for Children


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A Look at Our Area

The Nelson County School District encompasses most of Nelson County, nearly 423 square miles of terrain in Central Kentucky approximately 35 miles south of Louisville and 60 miles southwest of Lexington. Interstate 65 is 15 miles from Bardstown, the Nelson County seat. The Martha Layne Collins Bluegrass Parkway bisects the county.

One of Kentucky's fastest growing counties, Nelson County's population in the 2010 census was 43,437, an increase of 15.9% percent over the 2000 count. The economy is based mostly on manufacturing, agriculture, tourism and service industry jobs.

Historical figures associated with the county include theologian Thomas Merton, composer Stephen Collins Foster, steamboat inventor John Fitch, outlaw Jesse James, Catholic Bishop Benedict Joseph Flaget, humanitarian Mother Catherine Spalding and French King Louis Philippe. The county is named for Thomas Nelson, Jr., a signer of the Declaration of Independence.