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Lewis County Middle School
           51 Middle School Lane  |  P.O. Box 69  |  Vanceburg, Kentucky 41179
          Office:  606-796-6228  |  Fax:  606-796-6255




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About Us...

Lewis County Middle School has grades 6 through 8 with an approximate enrollment of 470.  The goal of Lewis County Middle School is to guide young minds toward a brighter future.

Belief Statements

      Guidelines for Success

  • We believe teachers can change lives.
  • We believe learning is a lifelong process.
  • We believe learning can lead to success.

Learn respect for self and others.
Come prepared to learn.
Make an honest effort.
Success in school is the result.

  KY map

Lewis County is located in northeastern Kentucky and named for explorer Meriwether Lewis.  Bordered by the Ohio River, and with numerous creeks and streams, Lewis County is noted for its fishing and recreational sites.  Most of the land consists of forest-covered hills, small valleys, and river bottoms.  Logging and the manufacturing of wood products are an important part of the economy.  The elevation in the county ranges from 485 to 1400 feet above sea level. Though big in area, Lewis County is small in population.  In 2010, the county population was 13,870 in a land area of 484 square miles, an average of 28.6 people per square mile.

Aerial view of Vanceburg

Only memorial to Union soldiers in the South

Road map
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Lewis County Links



    Updated March, 2014