Educational excellence at all levels and for all citizens is the goal of leaders in Northwest Kentucky and the four counties in the Kyndle region. The area offers many avenues for early childhood, primary, secondary or post-secondary education.

Among post-secondary institutions, Henderson Community College offers a high-quality, targeted education to meet the professional and personal goals of all Kentuckians.

Now part of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, HCC first opened its doors in 1960 as the Northwest Center of the University of Kentucky. The college currently enrolls more than 2,200 students in academic, technical and transfer programs and provides training for more than 4,000 citizens through its continuing education programs.

Murray State University has located one of its regional campuses at Henderson Community College and now has more than 800 students working toward bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

The University of Southern Indiana is a public institution located just across the river in Evansville, Ind. More than 10,000 students take advantage of USI’s 60 degree programs.

With 2,500 students, the private University of Evansville has a long history of commitment to excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. U of E offers a highly acclaimed international program that brings experts and programs to the region while sending students around the world.

Kentucky Wesleyan College in nearby Owensboro, Ky., has been rated one of the best educational values in the South. Partnered with the United Methodist Church, KWC offers 31 majors and 13 pre-professional curriculums.

An independently supported, Catholic institution also in Owensboro, Brescia University is dedicated to academic and moral excellence in its many undergraduate and graduate programs.

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Northwest Kentucky offers families a variety of educational experiences for primary and secondary students. Public or private, large or small, our region has schools that put students and their classroom experience first.

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