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Governor's Scholars Announced!

Grant County High School is very excited to announce seven students in the Junior class will be participating in various Governor's Scholar enrichment activities this summer!

The Governor's Scholar Program (GSP) has accepted five Grant County High School students with one alternate.
The Governor's School for Entrepreneurs (GSE) has one Grant County High School student as an alternate.
The Governor's School for the Arts (GSE) has one Grant County High School student accepted.

Each program requires an intensive application process, students are required to submit writing samples, reference letters, and transcripts.  Students complete their applications in January and wait for the announcement to come in mid-April. 
"I am very excited about GSE" Emanuel Catalon smiled, "I found out I will be at the University of Kentucky for three weeks this summer, my art form is film and photography!"  Emanuel continued.  
Each program has different expectations and time commitments.  GSP is a six-week program where students experience college life, taking classes, living in dorm rooms, and being immersed in learning.  "We haven't found out our placement for the summer yet, but I am very excited." Ashley Zepahua shared.  
"These programs provide our students with great leadership opportunities, we are very excited to hear all about your experiences next school year!" Junior School Counselor, Tracy Childers stated.  
All students and their families were invited to a short reception at Grant County High School to honor their acceptance into their programs. We know our future leaders are within our district, and we can't wait to watch them flourish! 

Ella Lee - GSP
Evangeline True - GSP
Leah Wills - GSP
Ashley Zepahua - GSP and GSE alternate
John Brady - GSP
Massey Woodyard - GSP alternate
Emanuel Catalan - GSE

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