Student actors bring a classic to the stage with help from guest director and FCHS alumnus, Amy Harpenau.
Jane Austen’s classic novel comes to life on the Floyd Central stage for one weekend only! Enjoy the romance, humor, and wit of Austen in this unique adaptation by one of Louisville’s favorite playwrights: Jon Jory. During his 32-year tenure as Producing Director at Actors Theatre of Louisville, Jory directed over 125 plays and created the Humana Festival of New American Plays. In his adaptation of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, Jory preserves the articulate and witty language of Austen while allowing the story to flow seamlessly in a swift and whimsical fashion that truly invites the audience into the world of the characters.
Floyd Central ranks #9 in Indiana according to the Washington Post study
Written by George Browning
Wednesday, 09 April 2014 00:00
The Washington Post’s education columnist Jay Mathews has been ranking the most challenging schools in the country and the D.C. region for 16 years. There are more than 1,900 schools on the America’s Most Challenging High Schools 2014 list. Noted in the national and local tables is the percentage of students eligible for government meal subsidies — a common benchmark for poverty — and each school’s average SAT score.
With the recent release of the movie “Noah” local residents thought it was coming to reality as areas began to flood early Friday morning. Here is the scene at Georgetown-Greenville Road At Cooks Mill Road.