WKU honored 40 students from eight high schools in the Elizabethtown area for their academic achievements.
The annual High School Scholars Luncheon on Dec. 3 honored students who qualify for an academic scholarship to WKU. This year’s group has an average ACT composite score of 27 and grade-point average of 3.96.
The students honored included:
Central Hardin High School: Cameron Chaney, Cortney Gandy, Elizabeth Ivey, Rachel Priddy.
Elizabethtown High School: Sadaf Ahmed, Chasidy Auzenne, Marie Claire Brown, Marcas Burnett, Andre Crutcher, Katelin Dickerson, Joseph Duke, Chelsea Kauffeld, Katie Meek, Joseph Raub, Brenna Sherrill, Carmen Shipp, John “Ty” Strader, Jennifer Wu, Ijlal Yazdani.
Fort Knox High School: Christina Cota-Robles, Ashley Croley, Karissa Jackson, Emily Raney, Tyler Washington.
John Hardin High School: Lisa Aguilos, Ashley Doughty, Desirae Duncan, Kim Fugate, Megan Furlong, QueDale Phinazee, Jason Swisher.
Larue County High School: Tschakha Chirunga, Eli Ernst, Katy Nash, Kristin Thompson.
Meade County High School: Kayla Higbee.
North Hardin High School: Chelsea Allen, Sabrina Henirich.
North Hardin Christian School: Lauren Buell, Casey Sullivan.
Other upcoming scholar luncheons are:
Dec. 10: Lexington area high schools, 11:30 a.m. EST at Lexington Signature Club.
Jan. 6: Glasgow area high schools, 11:30 a.m. CST at South Central Bank Operations Center.
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.