A Shelby County youth student is one of two Kentucky high school students that just returned from spending a week at the nation’s capital.
Cyrus “Cy” Dutton IV of Shelbyville and Samuel Miller of Prospect were chosen from across the state to be part of the group of 104 student delegates who attended the program’s 53rdannual Washington Week March 7-14.
The U.S. Senate Youth Program comes with a $5,000 scholarship from the Hearst Foundation.
Attorney General Jack Conway and his Keep Kentucky Kids Safe partners announced the start of their annual prescription drug abuse prevention public service announcement (PSA) contest for Kentucky high school students.
Cornerstone Christian Academy announced that the students’ average composite ACT score for 2015 was 25.1; well-exceeding the State (20.0) and National (21.0) averages. The 2015 composite of 25.1 is a 2.6 increase over 2014 scores. For more information, contact Principal David Ladner or Guidance Counselor Dr. Rebecca Scheidt.
Abby Betts of Shelbyville has been accepted to University of the Cumberlands for the upcoming academic year. She was a graduate of Shelby County High School. Home of the Patriots, University of the Cumberlands offers promising students of all backgrounds a first class education grounded in the liberal arts within a Christian context.
The following Shelby County Area Technology Center students were awarded the Student of the Month for January: Chris Rogers, business technology; Courtney Najjar, health science informatics; Janelle Hynes, health science; Austin Egbert, automotive; Madison Cheak, information technology; Brent Abild, machine tool; Madelyn Weeks, math/English.