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Youth

  • Campus: Rodgers on Sullivan dean’s list

    Emily Rodgers has made the dean’s list at Sullivan College of Technology and Design in Louisville. She completed requirements leading to a grade-point average of 3.5 or above for the winter quarter of 2011. She is a 2010 graduate of Shelby County High School and is studying graphics arts and Web design at Sullivan. Emily is the granddaughter of Bob and Paula Bryant of Waddy and is a third generation graduating from Shelby County.

  • Page makes dean’s list

    Stacey Anne Page was named to the dean's list for the fall semester of 2010 at Georgetown College. The dean's list is composed of students who have earned a term grade-point average if 3.7 or above in at least 12 graded credit hour classes at Georgetown College. She is the daughter of Marty and Rachael Page of Finchville.

  • Campus: Hambrick named Phi Theta Kappa Chapter officer

  • SCHS announces 'Student/Citizen of the Month' for April

  • Robotics team is second

    Collins High School's STLP Robotics Team placed second in regional robotics competition at Henry County Middle School and will participate in the state robotics competition in Lexington during the STLP competition on Thursday. The team members are (from left) Oscar Saucedo, Chris Diekevers, Jeffrey Long and Josh Rice.

  • Send prom photos to be published

    Shelby County High School’s 2011 prom will be Friday night at the Seelbach Hotel in Louisville, and Collins High School’s will be May 20 at the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville.
    And The Sentinel-News would like you to share your experiences with us.
    Send us your best photographs from prom and after-prom events, and we’ll put them in a slideshow on www.SentinelNews.com and publish some of the best in the newspaper.
    You can upload the photos through The Sentinel-News’ fan page on Facebook or E-mail them to sharonw@sentinelnews.com.

  • Cornerstone students vie in Math by Mail competition

    Select Cornerstone Christian Academy students in third through eighth grades competed in a math competition with other area ACSI school students.

    "I am tremendously pleased with the results of ACSI Math by Mail," said Linda McNutt, CCA teacher and ACSI Math by Mail coordinator. "Our students worked very conscientiously on this test to be able to score so high."

    There were seven schools and 159 students in grades 3-8 that participated in this event at Kentucky Christian Academy.

  • DAR essay winners

    Two Shelby County students won the Isaac Shelby Chapter's Daughters of the American Revolution scholarship essay contest entitled "Our American Heritage and Our Responsibility for Preserving It." The winners were Katelyn Renee McNew, a student at Shelby County High School, and Lindsay Jo Trip, a student at Collins High School. Both will receive  $100 savings bond at awards night at the respective high schools. Katelyn and Lindsay were invited to the annual DAR Valentine Tea/meeting, where they read their essays to the chapter's members.

  • Laying down the law

  • County choral competition

    The Shelby County High School choir was congratulated for their victory over the Collins High singers during April's county choir challenge. Choirs participating in the Kentucky Music Educators' Association Choir Festival in March at Oldham County were Collins' eighth-grade choir, distinguished rating; Titan Singers, distinguished rating, advancing to state; and Shelby Singers, distinguished plus rating, advancing to state.