About Nicholas County, Carlisle Kentucky

Nicholas County, Carlisle Kentucky

Nicholas County is located on the northeastern edge of the Inner Bluegrass region of Kentucky and is an easy two-hour drive from Louisville or Cincinnati.

It was formed in 1799 and named for Colonel George Nicholas, a Revolutionary War veteran from Fayette County.

The general region is noted for its scenic beauty, history, horse farms and hospitality. Nicholas County has a picturesque, rural character. Its rolling countryside is typical of the Bluegrass belt where winding roads lead past manicured farms, through wooded glades and small villages.

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Schools

Nicholas County Schools: Nicholas County Schools exists to motivate and challenge every child every day to be a caring, responsible citizen, and a high-level thinker, performer, communicator, and learner for life.

Why Nicholas County, Carlisle Kentucky

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