For more information regarding leasing:

Phone: (606)668-9671


Office hours: Tuesday 8:00-4:00 & Thursday 8:00-2:00

Originally built in 1942, the old Wolfe County High School saw over 60 years as an educational institution, until its closing in 2005. After sitting vacant for nearly a decade, the beloved Wolfe County landmark is now listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and has been transformed into 19 units of mixed-income housing for residents 55 and older.

The Campton School Apartments contain 13 one-bedroom, and 6 two-bedroom units. Sixteen of these units are designated as affordable housing, and includes handicap accessible units. Campton School Apartments also house the new Wolfe County Community Center, which features a full size gymnasium, a stage, state-of-the-art lighting and sound technology, and a concession area. The residents can also enjoy 2 community rooms, fitness center, and an elevator.


Keyless electronic entry

Ceiling fans in all living areas and bedrooms

Washer & Dryer hookups in each unit

Window blinds

Central Heat & Air Conditioning

Community Laundry Room

Convenient onsite parking

Elevator to serve all floors

Handicap accessible

Fitness Room

Fully-equipped kitchens including:

Self-cleaning electric range

Energy Star dishwasher

Energy Star refrigerator with ice maker

Built-in Microwave




Project made possible by:

Developer: AU Associates, Inc.

Architect: Studio Ives Architecture, H. Dudley Ives III

Contractor: AU Construction, LLC | Churchill McGee

Financial Assistance provided by:

Community Affordable Housing Equity Corporation

Hyden Citizens Bank

Wolfe County Fiscal Court

Kentucky Department for Local Government

Federation of Appalachian Housing Enterprises

Kentucky Housing Corporation

Farmers and Traders Bank

Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati