JCPS and Louisville Area School Calendars

Are you looking for next year’s JCPS calendar? Are you looking for the Oldham, Shelby, or Bullitt County Schools calendars? Greater Clark or New Albany Floyd in Southern Indiana? 

We have the Louisville area school calendars available for you. 

Louisville area school calendars. Most of our readers have students in Jefferson County Public Schools, JCPS. The full school calendars are typically approved in the February school board meeting. This is also typical of Oldham County Schools. But, some basic information is available in advance for most schools in terms of major school breaks.

Other districts have future calendars available earlier. We know parents want to plan ahead for spring break, summer break, fall break, and three-day weekends. We hope these school calendars for this year and next year are helpful for planning your family fun. 

We kick off in late August and wrap it up in late May or early June, with breaks for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and a much-needed spring break. They usually aim for around 175-180 days of learning. Oh, and let’s not forget those days when the teachers get to brush up on their skills. It’s a juggle, but we make it work!

Louisville Area School Calendars

Are you looking for this year’s calendar 2023-2024? We’ve got it here:

JCPS Calendar (click calendar). 

Direct link to JCPS calendar document in English, printable. 

Oldham County Schools

Bullitt County Schools Calendar

Shelby County Schools Calendar

Greater Clark County Schools Calendar (IN)

New Albany Floyd County Schools Calendar (IN)

Louisville Area School Calendars

Are you looking for next year’s calendar 2024-2025? We’ve got it here:

DRAFT of JCPS calendar for 2024-2025 School Calendar

Oldham County Schools Major Breaks for next year

Bullitt County Schools Calendar for next year

Shelby County Schools Calendar for next year (scroll down)

Greater Clark County Schools Calendar (IN) for next year

New Albany Floyd County Schools Calendar (IN) for next year

Click here for weekend fun throughout the year 

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