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WKU honors Glasgow area scholars

WKU honored 22 students from five high schools in the Glasgow area for their academic achievements.

Wednesday’s annual High School Scholars Luncheon, sponsored by South Central Bank, honored students who qualify for an academic scholarship to WKU. This year’s group has an average ACT composite score of 27.5 and grade-point average of 3.93 and included five Kentucky Governor’s Scholars.

The students honored included:

Barren County High School: Dylan Britt, Keaton Brownstead, Syndey Garrett, Clay Larkin, Will Vance.

Western Kentucky University and South Central Bank of Glasgow honored students from Barren County High School on Wednesday. From left are: South Central Bank Glasgow President Owen Lambert, assistant principal Warren Cunningham, Clay Larkin, guidance counselor Jill Leftwich, Will Vance, Sydney Garrett, Keaton Brownstead, Dylan Britt and Dr. Dean Kahler, WKU’s Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management. (WKU photo by Clinton Lewis)

Caverna High School: Dylan Denison.

Western Kentucky University and South Central Bank of Glasgow honored a student from Caverna High School on Wednesday. From left are: Dr. Dean Kahler, WKU’s Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management; student Dylan Denison, principal Debbie Lindsey, superintendent Sam Dick, guidance counselor Jane Edwards, South Central Bank representative Brad Manship. (WKU photo by Clinton Lewis)

Glasgow High School: Lauren Chavira, Taylor Emberton, Thomas Grubbs, Shawnta Jones, Eric Morosa, Samantha Norris, Pooja Reddy, Hannah Steen, Kodie Stone, Shelly Trautman, Mary Wells.

Western Kentucky University and South Central Bank of Glasgow honored students from Glasgow High School on Wednesday. Front row from left are: Pooja Reddy, Mary Wells, Kodie Stone, Taylor Emberton, Shelly Trautman, Samantha Norris; back row: South Central Bank Glasgow President Owen Lambert, Eric Morosa, superintendent Kathy Goff, Lauren Chavira, Thomas Grubbs, Hannah Steen, Shawnta Jones, principal Kelly Bell, guidance counselor Lori Siebold, and Dr. Dean Kahler, WKU’s Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management. (WKU photo by Clinton Lewis)

Metcalfe County High School: Morgan Bell, Haley Hicks.

Western Kentucky University and South Central Bank of Glasgow honored students from Metcalfe County High School on Wednesday. From left are: superintendent Patricia Hurt, principal David Nole, Morgan Bell, Haley Hicks, guidance counselor Dawn Harbison, South Central Bank representative Bobby Wilson, and Dr. Dean Kahler, WKU’s Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management. (WKU photo by Clinton Lewis)

Monroe County High School: Matthew Anderson, Cody Jo Evans, Logan Lyons.

Western Kentucky University and South Central Bank of Glasgow honored students from Monroe County High School on Wednesday. From left are: Dr. Dean Kahler, WKU’s Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management; South Central Bank Glasgow President Owen Lambert, guidance counselor Jane Yokley, Cody Jo Evans, Logan Lyons, Matthew Anderson, principal Phil Bartley and superintendent Lewis Carter. (WKU photo by Clinton Lewis)

Other upcoming scholar luncheons are:

Jan. 8: Bowling Green-Warren County high schools, 11:30 a.m. CST at WKU’s Kentucky Building.

Jan. 11: Owensboro area high schools, 11:30 a.m. CST at RiverPark Center.

Jan. 12: Southcentral Kentucky high schools, 11:30 a.m. at WKU’s Kentucky Building.

Contact: Andy Wagoner at (270) 745-2755

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