At the 17th Annual ACUE Awards & Recognition Dinner on April 22,2015,Terry Niehaus was recognized as the Outstanding Graduate and Haley Mastin was the Alumnus Scholarship award recipient. Click for picture.
Nate Doggett, Sydney Robke, Catherine Ehlman, Michael Bramer. Kentucky students are selected yearly based on a thorough application process detailing their academic achievement, extracurricular involvement, volunteerism, and personal integrity. Congratulations to everyone!
This year, over 1,700 high school sophomores and juniors applied to the Governor’s School for the Arts summer program. From this number only 256 attend this amazing three-week summer arts program. Being accepted or chosen as an alternate are both huge honors.
Accepted into the program from Holy Cross were Celeste Bergman, Ben Lehman, Matt Kim, Claire Rentrop and Olivia Sketch. Annabel Biernat and Amanda Delgado were named alternates. Congratulations to everyone!
The Governor’s School for the Arts will be held on Centre College’s campus in Danville from June 21–July11, 2015.
The Credit Recovery Program is for students who need to make up credits over the summer.
For more information about the program, click here.
For the application form to the program, click here.
Enrollment begins June 3 and continues until all spots are filled.
CINSAM is hosting a variety of camps this summer for students from 3rd – 12th grade! Our summer camps are hosted by NKU faculty and staff on topics in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Click for more information.
St Elizabeth Hospital is calling for teen volunteers. High school students wishing to participate in the Summer Teen Volunteer Program should visit www.stelizabeth.com/teensummerprogram to register for training. Registration begins Wednesday, April 1 and space is limited. Positions are available at Edgewood, Florence, Ft. Thomas, Covington and Grant. The program runs from mid-May through mid-August, with a maximum of two absences during that time.