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How to Get to Fort Campbell

Ft Campbell New Arrivals

Upon arrival to Fort Campbell, report to the 1st Lt. Kalsu Replacement Company, located at Building 6916 on the corner of Desert Storm Avenue and 34th Street, with the following: leave form, PCS orders, and medical and dental records. If signing in between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, you must be dressed in the Army Combat Uniform or Army Service Uniform. (Kalsu Replacement Company is open 24/7). If arriving at Nashville International Airport, you will be responsible for transportation from the airport to Fort Campbell. An airport shuttle will cost approximately $70 to take you from the airport to Fort Campbell. Lodging at the 1st Lt. Kalsu Replacement Company is for single Soldiers private (E-1) through sergeant (E-5). If you are married and your spouse or family does not accompany you, you can receive a room for the duration of in-processing. All other Soldiers requiring temporary lodging must report to the Intercontinental Hotel Group, 82 Texas Ave., Fort Campbell, KY 42223. Reservations can be made by calling 877-711-TEAM (8326). Lodging at any other facility is not authorized unless you obtain a certificate of nonavailability from the Intercontinental Hotel Group. If you encounter any problems en route to Fort Campbell, contact the 1st Lt. Kalsu Replacement staff duty desk at 270-798-2817/2813 (24/7).

Driving From Nashville Airport

  • At airport: head south on Terminal Drive.
  • Go straight toward Arriving Flights/Departing Flights. (1 mile)
  • Merge onto Interstate 40 west toward Nashville Interstate 65/Interstate 24. (5.5 miles)
  • Keep right to take I-24 west via Exit 211B toward Clarksville, I-65 north and Louisville. (4.8 miles)
  • Keep left to take I-24 west via Exit 88B toward Clarksville. (43 miles)
  • Take Exit 1 to Fort Campbell. At the light, take a left onto Trenton Road. (0.25 mile)
  • On Trenton, at the first light turn right onto Tiny Town Road. (0.5 mile)
  • Follow Tiny Town Road to Fort Campbell Boulevard (41A). (7 miles)
  • Turn right. Fort Campbell is on the left side of the road. At the third light, turn left to enter at Gate 4. (1.5 miles from Tiny Town Road)

If you miss Exit 1 and enter into Kentucky, take Exit 86 and follow the road signs toward Fort Campbell. Upon entering Fort Campbell Boulevard (41A), Fort Campbell will be on the right side of the road. Go straight ahead and you’ll arrive at Gate 4 in approximately 7 miles.

Total Army Sponsorship Program

Ft Campbell Total Army Sponsorship

All Soldiers who arrive at Fort Campbell report to the Kalsu Replacement Company for in-processing. During in-processing, Soldiers are met either by their sponsor or a brigade or organization representative. If the Soldier did not receive a sponsor before arrival, that representative will initiate the appointment of a reactionary sponsor. The key to this initial greeting is to create a positive receptive action and to create a good, positive first impression to both the Soldier and his or her family. The Total Army Sponsorship Program team continually works with commanders to ensure 100 percent of all Soldiers receive a sponsor prior to or immediately after arrival at Fort Campbell.

All in-processing Soldiers attend a newcomer’s orientation at the Family Resource Center each Thursday and are encouraged to bring their spouses. This orientation provides a wealth of information from support agencies as well as welcoming remarks by the senior commander/command sergeant major and garrison commander/command sergeant major.

1st Lt. J. Robert Kalsu Replacement Company

Ft Campbell Replacement Company

Building 6916
34th Street and Desert Storm Avenue
270-798-2813

All Soldiers arriving to Fort Campbell must sign in at the 1st Lt. J. Robert Kalsu Replacement Company with the following forms: DA Form 31, PCS orders, personnel file (201), and medical and dental records. Soldiers reporting between the hours of 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. must be dressed in the Army Combat Uniform or Army Service Uniform. Replacement company cadre will coordinate in-processing, and billeting will be provided for single Soldiers below the rank of sergeant. Soldiers accompanied by their families and Soldiers above the rank of sergeant are authorized billeting in the Turner Guest House on a space-available basis. All Soldiers must report by the through date on their leave forms. If you are authorized permissive TDY, you must report to the housing office on the day your permissive TDY begins with your DA Form 31 to be signed onto permissive TDY.

Installation Transportation Office

Ft Campbell Installation Transportation Office

7170 H Ave.
270-798-7151

Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed 11:30 a.m. to noon for lunch daily.

The transportation office processes personal property shipments for Soldiers and families moving into or out of Fort Campbell and surrounding counties. Once orders are obtained, please contact the office as soon as possible.

In-and Out-Processing

2702 Michigan Ave.

Hours: 9 to 11:15 a.m. and 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday unless there is a holiday or a day of nonscheduled activities.

All in-processing Soldiers will be given an appointment for this office through the 1st Lt. Kalsu Replacement Detachment.

IHG Army Hotels KTC

Ft Campbell IHG Army Hotels KTC

270-439-2229

Fort Campbell’s IHG Army Hotels KTC consists of 217 rooms in two facilities — Turner Guest House and Richardson Complex. All rooms have microwaves and refrigerators. They also feature telephones with data ports for computer access, Wi-Fi and laundry facilities provided at no cost. Both facilities are open to all ranks and grades. Limited pet-friendly rooms are available. Advance reservations are open to everyone who would like to stay at IHG Army Hotels Fort Campbell.

Turner Guest House, inside Gate 4 on Texas Avenue, is open 24 hours a day and includes 135 rooms. A complimentary continental breakfast is provided at this location.

Richardson Complex is inside Gate 1 on Spillway Court. The facility includes 78 regular rooms and five distinguished visitor suites.

Campbell Crossing (Family Housing)

Building 850
Corner of Georgia Avenue and 16th Street
931-431-9003
www.campbellcrossingllc.com
www.facebook.com/CampbellCrossing

Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.

Soldiers who have one or more eligible family members living with them may apply for on-post housing with Campbell Crossing. Visit the website at www.campbellcrossingllc.com or come in person to the leasing center to apply. Advanced housing applications are accepted via the website and walk-ins are welcome at the leasing center 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Soldiers may apply for housing while on leave, en route, or when orders are received for Fort Campbell.

Ft Campbell Village Commons

THE VILLAGE COMMONS AT HAMMOND HEIGHTS

3065 Forrest Road
931-431-2305
www.campbellcrossingllc.com

The Village Commons at Hammond Heights consists of multiple home types, all designed to make you feel more at home. The Village Commons at Hammond Heights offers a large meeting room, sizable fitness and workout room, full-service Starbucks, playgrounds and a professional Campbell Crossing team that will be able to assist you with all your housing needs. This community features the first-ever Boundless Playground on a military installation designed to accommodate Soldiers and their families with special needs. In addition, this area includes a splash park, a skate park, two pavilions, and an amphitheater for outdoor movies and other entertainment.

The Village Commons at Hammond Heights supports the following neighborhoods:

Hammond Heights and New Hammond Heights

(Just inside Gate 5)

There are 295 two- and three-bedroom, two-story homes for junior NCOs; 362 two- and three-bedroom, one-story homes for junior NCOs; and 170 four-bedroom, two-story homes for junior NCOs.

Zahn Park

(Near Gate 5)

Secluded and private, this neighborhood consists of 64 three- and four-bedroom homes for senior NCOs and company-grade officers.

Summers Park

(Near Gate 5 and Wassom Middle School)

There are 88 three- and four-bedroom townhomes for company-grade officers.

Taylor Village East

(Near Gate 6)

There are 50 two- and three-bedroom homes for junior NCOs.

Taylor Village West

(Near Gate 6)

There are 52 four-bedroom homes for junior NCOs.

McAuliffe Park

(Near Gate 6)

There are 120 three-bedroom, duplex townhomes for senior NCOs and company-grade officers.

Ft Campbell Pierce Village

THE COMMONS AT PIERCE VILLAGE

4600 Morgan Road
931-431-2730
www.campbellcrossingllc.com

The Commons at Pierce Village is located on the north side of Fort Campbell and is centrally located to gates 5, 6 and 7. Schools, parks, convenience centers and more are all within walking distance, which provides a desirable neighborhood setting. The community center offers a large meeting room with a full kitchen, a sizable fitness and workout room, playgrounds and the professional Campbell Crossing team that will be able to assist you with all your housing needs.

The Commons at Pierce Village supports the following neighborhoods:

Barker Court

(Near Gate 6)

There are 48 four-bedroom homes for junior NCOs and one four-bedroom home for the division command sergeant major.

LaPointe Village

(Between Pierce Village and Campbell Army Airfield)

Apartment-style living consists of 250 two-bedroom homes for junior NCOs.

Lee Park

(Near Gate 6)

In a park-like setting, Lee Park offers 458 three- and four-bedroom homes for junior NCOs.

Pierce Village

(Inside Gate 7)

This neighborhood includes 630 two-story, townhouse-style homes with both three and four bedrooms for junior NCOs and 30 five-bedroom homes.

THE COMMONS AT WERNER PARK

2049 Indiana Ave.
931-431-2726
www.campbellcrossingllc.com

Located between gates 1 and 2, The Commons at Werner Park is home to general, senior, field and company-grade officers, as well as junior NCOs. This community offers established neighborhoods and playgrounds and is within walking distance of elementary and high schools. Also nearby are child development centers, a golf course, Dolan Pool, Hooper Bowling Center and a shoppette. The Commons at Werner Park offers a meeting room with a kitchen, a fitness and workout room, playgrounds and a professional Campbell Crossing team that will be able to assist you with all your housing needs.

The Commons at Werner Park supports the following neighborhoods:

Werner Park

(Adjacent to Jackson Elementary School)

Shaded by mature trees, Werner Park neighborhood offers 297 three-bedroom, single-story duplex homes for senior NCOs; 41 three-bedroom, single-story duplex homes for junior and senior NCOs; and 166 two-bedroom, single-story duplex homes for junior and senior NCOs.

Turner Loop

(Between Fort Campbell High School and Gate 3)

A quiet neighborhood offers 35 one-story, single-family homes for field-grade officers.

Harper Village

(Next to the golf course, inside Gate 1)

There are 80 single-family, four-bedroom homes for key and essential and field-grade officers.

Stryker Village

(Between Gates 3 and 4)

A secluded neighborhood includes 230 three-bedroom, single-story duplex homes for junior NCOs.

Cole Park

(Near Gate 1)

Cole Park offers two historic homes for general officers and 20 homes for colonels.

Drennan Park

(Just inside Gate 2)

Drennan Park consists of 42 three-bedroom homes and 13 four-bedroom homes for junior NCOs.

New Drennan Park

(Just inside Gate 2)

There are 100 four-bedroom townhomes for company-grade officers.

THE COMMONS AT THE WOODLANDS

11001 Trimble Blvd.
931-431-2749
www.campbellcrossingllc.com

The Commons at the Woodlands features 842 junior and senior enlisted homes and a Senior Leadership neighborhood. Located near Gate 10 within walking distance of an elementary school, child development center and a large AAFES shoppette complex, the Commons at the Woodlands offers a large meeting room with a full kitchen, a sizable fitness and workout room, a splash park, walking trails, playgrounds, tennis courts and a professional Campbell Crossing team that will be able to assist you with all your housing needs. A full-size Starbucks coffee shop is conveniently located next to the commons.

The Commons at the Woodlands supports the following neighborhoods:

Gardner Hills

(Just inside Gate 10)

These 319 homes of various sizes are for junior NCOs, with a small cluster for senior NCOs.

The Woodlands

(Just inside Gate 10)

This neighborhood consists of 472 four-bedroom homes for senior NCOs and 51 single-family homes for command sergeant majors and sergeant majors and is the location of the first multifamily Zero Energy Home.

Off-Post Housing

Ft Campbell Off-Post Housing

Housing Services Office (HSO)
Building 850
Corner of Georgia Avenue and 16th Street
270-798-3808
www.housing.army.mil
www.HOMES.mil

Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

All service members, regardless of grade or marital status, are advised to report to the HSO prior to entering in an agreement to rent, lease or purchase off-post housing. The HSO provides assistance in acquiring off-post rental housing, tenant-landlord complaint mediation and pre-occupancy adequacy inspections, as well as assistance with home purchasing and selling.

The Army Housing Online User Services (AHOUS) website is the single point of entry for all Army housing information. AHOUS is the Army’s official website for Soldiers and families looking for information regarding Army Family Housing, Unaccompanied Housing or community (off-post) housing. The Army Virtual Housing Experience provides Soldiers and families world-class, customer-focused housing information, allowing them to make informed choices about off-post, privatized and military housing options at their next duty station. Please visit this website for more information at www.housing.army.mil.

Soldiers on permissive TDY for home-finding purposes in conjunction with PCS must report to the HSO to receive a housing stamp and date on their DA 31 leave form on the first day permissive TDY starts. Soldiers who fail to do so will be charged regular leave by the finance office. Visit or call the HSO and allow our trained staff of professionals to assist you and your family with your off-post housing needs. Presently, there are no mobile home parks on post and no government-owned or government-leased housing off post.

Unaccompanied Soldier Housing

Ft Campbell Unaccompanied Soldier Housing

Building 850
Corner of Georgia Avenue and 16th Street
270-798-3808, DSN 635-3808
www.housing.army.mil
www.HOMES.mil

It is mandatory for single service members private (E-1) through sergeant (E-5) without dependents to reside on post in Unaccompanied Housing (UH). Each unit’s First Sergeant Barracks Program (FSBP 2020) office is responsible for assigning and terminating service members to their unit’s UH footprint. Unaccompanied Soldiers married to another service member on separate tours will be assigned to Unaccompanied Housing on the same basis as unmarried personnel. All exceptions to this policy must come from the garrison commander. Before you enter into a lease agreement off post, you must have an approved certificate of nonavailability (CNA). You must confirm that you are authorized to receive Basic Housing Allowance (BAH) at the without-dependent rate before securing a lease off post if you are private (E-1) through sergeant (E-5).

Service members who are geographically separated from their families are not authorized to live in UH. Single service members staff sergeant (E-6) and above are required to live off post. Staff sergeant (E-6) and above without dependents are authorized to draw BAH at the without-dependent rate. Soldiers in this category are not required to apply for a certificate of nonavailability.

There are no senior enlisted quarters (SEQ) or bachelor officer quarters (BOQ) housing units on post. The HSO maintains listings of available apartments and houses for rent or purchase off post.

The Army Housing Online User Services (AHOUS) website is the single point of entry for all Army housing information. AHOUS is the Army’s official website for Soldiers and families looking for information regarding Army Family Housing, Unaccompanied Housing or community (off-post) housing. The Army Virtual Housing Experience provides Soldiers and families world-class, customer-focused housing information, allowing them to make informed choices about off-post, privatized and military housing options at their next duty station. Please visit this website for more information at www.housing.army.mil.

Family Services

Ft Campbell Family Services

Child, Youth and School Services

Parent Central Services
Building 5384
5th Street between Tennessee and Kentucky Avenues
270-798-0674

Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Walk-in hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Friday is by appointment only.

This office completes registration for all eligible children and youth. PCS provides information about Child, Youth and School Services (CYSS) programs and assists parents in making the appropriate choices for their family. Visit www.militarychildcare.com to begin your search for child care placement, even before you arrive on Fort Campbell or before the birth or adoption of a child.

CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS

Fort Campbell has nationally accredited child development centers and school-age programs, providing full-day care and before- and after-preschool for children 6 weeks to 12 years of age.

Watters Child Development Center No. 1
Building 3071
Corner of 35th Street and Bastogne Avenue
270-412-6925

Hours: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Watters 1 CDC provides full-day child care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age.

Watters Child Development Center No. 2
Building 3069
Corner of 35th Street and Bastogne Avenue
270-798-7280

Hours: 5:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Watters 2 CDC provides full-day child care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age.

Bastogne Child Development Center
Building 3067 Bastogne Avenue
270-412-4485

Hours: 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Bastogne CDC provides full-day child care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age.

Eagles Child Development Center
Building 205
North Carolina Avenue and Bastogne Avenue
270-412-3303

Hours: 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Eagles CDC provides full-day child care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age.

Tennessee Child Development Center - Hourly Care
Building 5382 Tennessee Avenue
270-412-4477

Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Tennessee Child Development Center provides hourly child care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age.

Gardner Hills Child Development Center
Building 7404 McAuliffe Loop
270-412-0392

Hours: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Gardner Hills CDC provides care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age.

FAMILY CHILD CARE

Parent Central Services
Building 5384
Fifth Street between Tennessee and Kentucky Avenues
270-798-4959

Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Family Child Care (FCC) is provided in certified homes both on and off post to children ranging in ages from 1 month to 12 years old. Hourly care may be available in some homes. Full-time and part-time care options are available. The homes also provide extended care on a case-by-case basis.

SCHOOL AGE CENTERS (SAC)

Airborne SAC 270-461-1042, Bastogne SAC 270-461-0995, Gardner Hills SAC 270-461-0642

School Age Centers (SAC) provide before- and after-school care for children in kindergarten through fifth grade at one of three facilities. SAC also provides full-time care when school is not in session (snow days, in-service days, and fall, summer and spring breaks). SAC also services off-post schools, including Barkers Mill, Glenellen, Hazelwood, Kenwood, Minglewood, Northeast, West Creek, Liberty, Ringgold, Woodlawn, Pisgah and Oakland. Additionally, SAC provides daily activities for children needing only intermittent care.

MIDDLE SCHOOL/TEEN CENTER/YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAMS

80 Texas Ave.
270-798-3643

Individual and team sports are available for youth ages 4 to 18 through Youth Sports and Fitness, located in the Taylor Youth Center. Middle school students can also participate in the age-appropriate activities. Teens enjoy an area that is designed specifically to meet their needs. The center is open Monday through Saturday. They are affiliated with the Boys & Girls Club of America and the Kentucky 4-H Club.

SKIES UNLIMITED

3411 Bastogne Ave.
270-412-5811

SKIES Unlimited represents the Schools of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration and Skills, with the word “Unlimited” for the unlimited possibilities this program offers Army children and youth. SKIES Unlimited encompasses instructional programs for children and youth ranging in age from 6 weeks to adolescence. It provides instructional classes for gymnastics, martial arts, dance, Kindermusik, piano, foreign languages, sewing and various other interests.

BABY SITTER LIST

Parent Central Services
270-798-0674

Fort Campbell Child, Youth and School Services maintains a list of registered baby sitters in the Fort Campbell area. Information and referrals are available for those wishing to find a baby sitter.

Fort Campbell School System

Ft Campbell School System

77 Texas Ave. (inside Gate 4)
270-439-1927
www.am.dodea.edu/campbell/Index.htm

Central Office hours during the school year are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The Fort Campbell system is comprised of eight schools serving the Fort Campbell community — five elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. Enrollment for the 2015-2016 school year exceeded 4,000 students. At the end of the 2015-2016 school year Lincoln and Jackson Elementary Schools will close; however, a new Marshall Elementary School will open at the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year. At the beginning of the 2016-2017 winter break Barkley Elementary School will close and students will return to a new replacement Barkley in January 2017. The opening and closing of schools will result in some redistricting which is found below. If you have questions, please contact the District Superintendents’ Office at 270-439-1927.

New Arrivals

All curricula in DODEA are research-based and predicated on how children learn best. The DODEA curriculum standards are written in accord with the newest national standards, and teachers follow the DODEA standards to provide a seamless curriculum environment for students. Whether they are overseas or stateside, DODEA students use the same books, materials and technology to ensure uniform advantages and care.

Some of the newest innovative teaching techniques used at Fort Campbell schools involve learning that is student-based rather than teacher-directed. Students work in cooperative learning groups, develop real-life projects and use authentic assessments. Using resources other than textbooks alone is emphasized — from personal experiences to researching on the Internet.

Technology

Fort Campbell is committed to providing a technology-rich educational environment for students. All classrooms have Internet capabilities and an ample supply of computers, printers and software, and students and teachers have email capabilities.

Computer labs are available in each school and all libraries are equipped with multimedia computers and resources. Both middle schools include multimedia communication classes and the high school offers myriad high-tech classes available in such subjects as computer animation, engineering and more.

Food Service

Breakfast is available to all school students each morning before school begins. A healthy lunch is served daily, with a variety of choices available to all students. Applications for free or reduced-price meals can be obtained from the schools’ central office.

Special Education

270-640-1207

Special Education Services are available for children ages 3 to 21 years who are identified as having an educational disability or developmental delay. To receive these services, a child must be assessed by a multidisciplinary team, which will include special educators and the child’s parents. This team is known as the Case Study Committee (CSC).

Related services, such as speech and language services, occupational therapy services or physical therapy services are also available based on individual needs as determined by the CSC.

After eligibility for special education is affirmed by the CSC, an Individual Educational Program (IEP) is developed by the team. This document includes goals and objectives appropriate for the child to learn. At this time, service providers will also set both learning objectives and the required weekly time commitment; both will be included in the IEP document.

Special education locations are individually determined by the CSC. This decision is made based upon the nature and severity of the child’s educational needs. For more information about special education services or if you suspect your child may have a disability or delay, contact the special education coordinator.

Elementary Schools

The system’s five elementary schools serve approximately 2,500 students in grades prekindergarten through fifth. The school day begins at 8:35 a.m. and dismisses at 3:20 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. On Tuesday, school begins at 8:35 a.m. and ends at 2:05 p.m. Prekindergarten classes are offered at each school in two sessions — morning and afternoon. The morning session begins at 8:10 a.m. and dismisses at 11:10 a.m., and the afternoon session begins at 12:10 p.m. and ends at 3:10 p.m. every school day. Attendance zones for each elementary school are determined by housing area.

BARKLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

4720 Polk Road
270-640-1205

Address as of January 2017: 177 Gorgas Avenue

In school year 2015-2016 and during the first semester of 2016-2017, Barkley will serve Hammond Heights, New Hammond Heights, Lee Park, McAuliffe Park, Summers Park and Taylor Village. In January 2017, the new Barkley will serve Barker Court, Hammond Heights (North of 33rd St. and Hollis Ave), New Hammond Heights, LaPointe Village, McAuliffe Park, Summers Park, Stryker Village, Taylor Village, Turner Loop and Zahn Park.

BARSANTI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

7409 McAuliffe Loop
270-640-1213

In 2015-2016, Barsanti serves Gardner Hills and The Woodlands. In 2016-2017, Barsanti will serve Gardner Hills, The Woodlands and Drennan/New Drennan.

JACKSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

675 Mississippi Ave.
270-640-1206

In 2015-2016, Jackson serves students in Barker Court and Zahn Park. The school will close at the end of 2015-2016.

LINCOLN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

4718 Polk Road
270-640-1212

In 2015-2016, Lincoln serves students in LaPointe Village and Pierce Village. The school will close at the end of 2015-2016.

LUCAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

2115 Airborne St.
270-640-1208

During school year 2015-2016, Lucas Elementary School serves Drennan/New Drennan, Werner Park, Stryker Village, Turner Loop and Harper Village. In 2016-2017, Lucas will serve Werner Park, Cole Park, Lee Park and Harper Village.

MARSHALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

75 Texas Ave.
270-640-1214

The new Marshall Elementary School will open for the 2016-2017 school year and will serve students in Hammond Heights (South of 33rd St. and Hollis Ave.) and Pierce Village.

Middle Schools

Approximately 650 students, in grades sixth through eighth, attend either Mahaffey or Wassom Middle School. Both schools begin classes at 7:25 a.m. and dismiss at 2:35 p.m. Monday and Wednesday through Friday. On Tuesday, school begins at 7:25 a.m. and ends at 1:20 p.m.

Middle schools are organized into interdisciplinary teams of language arts, science, mathematics and social studies. A variety of elective courses including art, computers, music and physical education are available, as well as foreign language and algebra I classes for high school credit. Cooperative team planning and flexible groups permit students to achieve their maximum potential.

MAHAFFEY MIDDLE SCHOOL

585 South Carolina Ave.
270-640-1215

Mahaffey serves students living in Cole Park, Drennan Park, Gardner Hills, New Drennan, Harper Village, Stryker Village, Turner Loop, Werner Park, New Hammond Heights (Cordes only) and any Woodlands Community.

WASSOM MIDDLE SCHOOL

3066 Forrest Ave.
270-640-1218

Wassom serves students living in Pierce Village, Summer Park, Zahn Park, Hammond Heights, Lee Park, Taylor Village, LaPointe, Barker Court, McAuliffe Park and New Hammond Heights (except Cordes).

High School

FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL

1101 Bastogne Ave.
270-640-1219

The high school serves approximately 550 students in grades nine through 12th from all on-post housing areas. Classes begin at 7:25 a.m. and end at 2:35 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. On Tuesday, classes run from 7:25 a.m. to 1:20 p.m.

The high school offers a comprehensive curriculum designed to meet the educational needs of both students who plan to continue on to higher education and students who plan to develop a career upon graduating from high school. A wide range of course offerings, extracurricular activities and clubs, as well as a comprehensive program of interscholastic sports are available to all students. Advanced placement courses in most curricular areas are available. Students also have the opportunity to take classes at some local colleges and universities for dual credit.

School Liaison Office

79 Bastogne Ave.
270-798-9874

The school liaison office assists parents with information about both on- and off-post schools and other related issues for grades kindergarten through 12th.

Soldier and Family Off-Duty Education

Ft Campbell Soldier and Family Off-Duty Education

Glenn H. English Jr. Army Education Center

202 Bastogne Ave.
270-798-3201/270-461-1469

The Army Continuing Education System provides educational programs to Soldiers, family members, veterans and civilians. Classes allow them to develop skills and occupational needs, as well as increase their career potential, job satisfaction and educational growth. Education programs and offices are located in the Staff Sgt. Glenn H. English Jr. Army Education Center (AEC). The AEC offers a convenient educational atmosphere and a variety of educational programs and services that are conducive to learning.

Counseling Services

270-798-3201/270-461-1469

The Army Education Center provides a broad spectrum of guidance and counseling services, including information about tuition assistance, the Montgomery GI Bill and the Post-9/11 GI Bill.

Counselors provide assistance and information pertaining to the requirements of education programs and can also provide guidance in the selection of academic and vocational subjects. For more information, visit or call the AEC front desk located in the main lobby of the AEC.

Basic Skills Education Program

270-798-3201

The Basic Skills Education Program (BSEP) is the Army’s primary on-duty education program for enlisted personnel. BSEP is a two-week, on-duty program. The program is designed to help Soldiers master functional reading, writing and mathematical skills. Completion of the program aids Soldiers in raising their general technical score, thus enhancing re-enlistment and promotion potential, as well as their MOS efficiency. BSEP is also offered as a self-paced computer program.

Testing Center

270-798-3402

The Testing Center is home of testing services, to include both academic testing and Army personnel testing. Testing is done on an appointment basis. Some tests are scheduled regularly on specific dates.

National Testing Center

270-707-3970

The National Testing Center is operated by Hopkinsville Community College but provides testing services for students from any school. Offered are ACT, SAT, CLEP and other national exams for a fee, as well as proctored exams (also for a fee). Soldiers are exempt from fees for some exams. Contact the coordinator of testing at smendiola0001@kctcs.edu for more information or to schedule a test.

Learning Resource Center

270-798-2918

The Learning Resource Center (LRC) offers automation support for Army Continuing Education System programs. The LRC is available to Soldiers, Department of Defense civilians, adult family members and students attending classes in the Army Education Center.

College Programs

270-798-3201/270-461-1469

The on-post college programs are provided by Austin Peay State University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Murray State University and Hopkinsville Community College. These institutions provide a variety of associate, baccalaureate and master’s degree-level programs to military personnel, as well as adult military family members, retired military personnel and Department of Defense civilians. For more information, contact the school office directly or the Counseling Branch located in the Army Education Center.

AUSTIN PEAY STATE UNIVERSITY

931-221-1400

EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY

270-798-2775

HOPKINSVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

270-707-3950

MURRAY STATE UNIVERSITY

270-798-2660


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