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Students from Warren County high schools honored at WKU Scholars Luncheon

 
Greenwood High School
South Warren High School

Warren Central High School

Warren East High School

Western Kentucky University honored 61 students from the four high schools in the Warren County Public School District for their academic achievements during the Scholars Luncheon held November 16 at WKU’s Knicely Conference Center. This year’s group has an average ACT composite score of 29.11 and grade-point average of 3.89 and included many Kentucky Governor’s Scholars and National Merit Semifinalists.

The following students were honored at the luncheon:

Greenwood High School: Jessica Agro, Brenna Derby, Ernestina Gaspar, Sara Halcomb, Christopher Hardin, Henry Harrison, Amanda Kieffer, Megan Lee, Dakota Madison, Kenton Mobley, Brian Oulay, Steven Owens, Shelley Owens, Shivanni Patel, Joshua Propst, Catherine Rice, Blake Schreiner, Kristina Shaffer, Joseph Stuckey, Isaiah Thomas-Turner, Alexander Young.

Warren Central High School: Elijah Gottke, Alci Holmes, Dzenana Kadric, Joshua Lincoln, Matthew Pate, Terione Patrick, Tianna Poole, Melina Ramic, Keiti Rueter, Zachary Steward, Jared Suggs, Bradley Thomison.
           
Warren East High School: Cinnamon Caldwell, Hannah Conner, Nanci Escobar, Zachary Ryne, Hannah Wagoner, Kayla Wint, Allie Young.

South Warren High School: Kristina Abel, Hayleigh  Banks, Joseph Bentley, Jonathan Boustani, Samuel Brown, Brandon Carter, Megan Chandler, Lauren Colby, Amy Cummings, Jonas Gant, Tyler Griffith, Nickolas Harris, Shelby Newton, Tyler Owens, Michael Schrader, Cody Snazelle, Jordan Upton, James Vanthournout, Mallory Vaughn, Abigail Watkins, Kenny Wilson.




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