Welcome to Ludlow Independent Schools. Located on the Ohio River, just south of Cincinnati Ohio and west of Covington, Ky, Ludlow is a small town bursting with pride for our school and community. History of Ludlow Independent Schools
George Washington Memorial High School is located on Elm Street in Ludlow, Kentucky. It was built in 1932 at a cost of $164,000. When the school first opened, there were only 426 students K-12. Eventually, the name was shortened to Ludlow High School. Currently there are about 450 students (7th-12th grades) with a graduating class of 81. We offer courses leading to the Commonwealth Diploma and give students the opportunity to become involved in many extracurricular activities. We are constantly remodeling our school to make it a safe environment and an even better place. Our students know that school is a place to open your mind to new and exciting opportunities.
Demographics Ludlow Independent school offers education to students grade pre-school to grade 12. Mary A Goetz Elementary school houses grades pre-K to 6. Ludlow High School houses grades 7-12. Student Population: 870 students
School Spirit School Spirit is a big deal here at Ludlow. We sing our Panthers to victory with the Washington and Lee Swing Fight song. "When the Ludlow Panthers fall in line, we're going to win this game another time. For the dear old school we love so well. For the red and black we'll yell and yell and yell. We're going to fight, fight, fight for every score. And when its over then we'll yell some more. We're going to knock those Tigers on the floor, out the door, rah rah rah."
Mascot: Panther Colors: Red and Black
Our mission: The mission of Ludlow Schools is to provide a safe, challenging and supportive environment where all students can learn, grow and become contributing members of society.