Monroe County Board of Education

Located in the county seat of Tompkinsville, Kentucky, at 309 Emberton Street. The school district consists of three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school.

Monroe County High School

Monroe County High School is located in the heart of south central Kentucky. With a student population of approximately 600 students, MCHS offers a wide variety of rigorous academic courses as well as several extracurricular activities. Adjacent to our building is a state-of-the-art Area Technology Center which offers numerous certificates and programs in vocational- technical areas. We are located at 755 Old Mulkey Road in Tompkinsville, Kentucky. Contact us at 270-487-6217.

Monroe County Middle School

The Monroe County Middle School was founded in 1992. The Middle School was first located in Gamaliel Kentucky, then moved to Tompkinsville Kentucky to the "Old High School" in 1991.

Tompkinsville Elementary School

Tompkinsville Elementary School is located at 420 Elementary School Road in Tompkinsville, Kentucky. With approximately 500 students, TES is the largest elementary school in the Monroe County School District. TES believes the purpose of education is to provide meaningful experiences and opportunities for the maximum development of all students. We, along with home and community support, strive to ensure that each child reaches his or her potential to become a positive contributor and participant in our society.

Joe Harrison Carter Elementary

The Mission of Joe Harrison Carter Elementary is to provide all children with the opportunity to reach their potential.

Gamaliel Elementary School

Welcome to Gamaliel Elementary School. Gamaliel Elementary is located in Gamaliel, KY. Just ½ mile from the Tennessee state line, we are located in the southernmost center of Monroe County. Gamaliel is 50 miles southeast of Bowling Green, KY and about 90 miles northeast of Nashville TN.

We extend an invitation for you to visit us at any time. Working together we can give your child what they deserve, the best! As you walk in the door, you will feel a sense of warmth and be greeted with a friendly smile. The staff of GES welcomes parents because they are important stakeholders in their children's education. We would like to extend an invitation for you to visit us at any time.

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