Regional Amenities

Southern Kentucky is home to many state-of-the-art healthcare facilities, school systems, and more. Each of these agencies uniquely contributes to our high quality of life for families and businesses within the region. Below you’ll find information about these agencies that are located within close proximity to the Business Park.

Baptist Health Corbin

Baptist Health Corbin, a 273-bed acute and skilled care hospital, provides a broad spectrum of healthcare services to residents of Whitley, Knox, Laurel, Bell, Clay, McCreary, Harlan, and Campbell counties and Jellico, Tennessee. Baptist Health Corbin is a vital part of its community, with outreach and education programs to address conditions such as diabetes, cancer, and heart disease. For more information, visit Baptist Health Corbin online.

Corbin Independent Schools

The Corbin Independent School District upholds its mission of “Striving to be our BEST!” by maintaining a tradition of high academics, student success, and ever-expanding extracurricular programs.  Our district is located in Corbin, Kentucky, and has an enrollment of nearly 3,000 students from Pre-K to 12th grade. To learn more, visit Corbin Independent Schools online.

Knox County Public Schools

The Knox County Public School system is “inspiring leaders and changing futures, one child at a time.” The school system is comprised of 11 schools that serve K-12 in Knox County and is dedicated to ensuring that students are challenged and prepared to guide our community as future leaders. For more information, visit Knox County Schools online.

Williamsburg Independent Schools

The Williamsburg Independent School District and Williamsburg City Schools were formed in 1909.  Our school setting is unique with one building that houses grades K-12.  Presently, the district enrollment is over 800 students (grades PK-12).  Our school is fully accredited by the Kentucky Department of Education and has had accreditation, in some form, with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools since 1927.  Williamsburg High School has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a bronze medal recipient for Top American Public High Schools during the 2007-08, 2008-09, and 2009-10 school years. To learn more, visit Willamsburg Independent Schools online.

Whitley County Public Schools

The Whitley County School District, established in 1818, serves students in preschool through grade 12. The schools include one primary, one intermediate, five elementary, one middle, one high, and one alternative school. The district continues to grow and prosper bringing the latest technology, resources, and facilities to our community. The District as a whole is identified by the Kentucky Department of Education as being Distinguished/Progressing and is ranked 13th in the State. For more information, visit Whitley County School District online.