Sutter returns to CCHS as principal

Carrollton, Ky. – July 29, 2022 - Amy Sutter is returning to Carroll County High School as principal. Sutter previously served the Carroll County School District and the high school as an assistant principal in addition to also leading the upper grades alternative school.


“We are happy to have Ms. Sutter back at the high school,” said Superintendent Casey Jaynes. “She is a very experienced administrator who knows the high school well. As an administrator, Ms. Sutter has worked in a variety of roles at both the middle and high school levels. I’m excited to see her work with the staff and students at the high school this year.”


Sutter began her career in education as an assistant principal and principal in Gallatin County. In 2008, she shifted to the Northern Kentucky Regional Schools Program, where she served as a principal. In 2009, she served as a behavioral health specialist for the United States Army in Camp Bucca, Iraq. From 2009 to 2012, she served as the director of case management for the Welcome House of Northern Kentucky. She then served as a middle school science teacher for four years before coming to the Carroll County School District in 2016. From 2016 through 2021, she served as a high school assistant principal as well as principal of the alternative school.


“I am honored to have the opportunity to lead a school with such persevering students, an extremely dedicated staff, and a supportive school community,” Sutter said in a letter to students and families. “I view education as a life-long process and expect that I will continue to learn much about the strengths of Carroll County this year and in the years to come.”   


Sutter is a 1992 graduate of the College of Mount St. Joseph, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in biology. In 1998, she earned a master’s in social work from the University of Kentucky. In 2004, she earned her certification in school administration from Xavier University.


Sutter’s duties as CCHS principal began in July.

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