BRANDENBURG, Ky. (WHAS11) -- The principal of Meade County High School is getting a major honor.
Bill Adams has been named the Kentucky Principal of the Year.
Adams was chosen from a group of finalists based on his work at Meade County High School. Among his listed accomplishments, he increased the number of AP exams taken to 400.
Adams will represent Kentucky in the National Principal of the Year Competition in Washington D.C.