Anyone between the ages of 9-18 may participate in the 4-H program. (Kids under age nine can join 4-H too as Cloverbuds!) Many people have the misconception that you have to live on a farm to be in 4-H. 4-H happens wherever kids are. Oldham County has several types of opportunities for 4-H participation: community clubs, school clubs, and after school clubs. Clubs focus on lots of different interests such as sewing, shooting sportshorsesdogscooking, and more!  

Don't see the right club for you? Why not start one! Contact Oldham County 4-H Youth Development Agent Kelly Woods about starting a new club.

4-H enrollment happens in each 4-H club.  To join Oldham County 4-H, you must fill out the enrollment form each year. 


Oldham County School Clubs

4-H conducts school clubs in the Oldham County Schools in the 4th and 5th grades. Schools may participate in the Character Counts, Communications, or Science curriculums. Participating schools are listed:

  • Buckner Elementary
  • Crestwood Elementary 
  • Goshen Elementary
  • LaGrange Elementary 
  • Locust Grove Elementary 
  • St. Aloysius

Learn more about the programs offered to schools through the Oldham County 4-H School Clubs brochure.