WKU honors 89 students from five Bowling Green, Warren County schools

WKU honored 89 students from five Bowling Green and Warren County high schools for their academic achievements.

This year’s group has an average ACT composite score of 29.11 and grade-point average of 3.89 and included 21 Kentucky Governor’s Scholars and 11 National Merit Semifinalists.

The following students were honored at a luncheon Nov. 16 at the WKU’s Knicely Conference Center:

Bowling Green High School

WKU honored 29 students from Bowling Green High School. Front row (left to right): Morgan Cleary, Savannah Snyder, Maggie Wohltjen, Lindsay Gay, Selena Quintanilla, Spencer Renfro, Han Hong; second row: WKU President Gary Ransdell, Mary Grayson Batts, Kelsey Lopez, Elizabeth Brooks, Sarah Parks, Rachel Daniel, Victoria Dillard, Kristen Lyons, Shelby Higginbotham, Mitchell Adamic, counselor Karen Swiney, principal Gary Fields; back row: Erin Bardin, superintendent Joe Tinius, Benjamin Morrison, Sarah Alford, Drew Norman, Ellie Shoulders, Drew Crocker, Logan West, Denis Hodzic, Owen Hanna, Ethan Holaday, Meredith Harbison, Diamond Marshall, Jalen Brown. (WKU photo by Bryan Lemon)

Greenwood High School

WKU honored 21 students from Greenwood High School. Front row (left to right): WKU President Gary Ransdell, Megan Lee, Sara Halcomb, Ernestina Gaspar, Shelley Owens, Amanda Kieffer, Shivanni Patel, Alexander Young, Henry Harrison, counselor Candace Jaggers, counselor Jeanne Meece; second row: Jessica Agro, Brenna Derby, Joshua Propst, Kenton Mobley, Kristina Shaffer, Christopher Hardin, Dakota Madison; back row: Blake Schreiner, Joseph Stuckey, Steven Owens, Brian Oulay, Catherine Rice, Isaiah Thomas-Turner, school board attorney Bart Darrell. (WKU photo by Bryan Lemon)

South Warren High School

WKU honored 21 students from South Warren High School. Front row: WKU President Gary Ransdell, Hayleigh Banks, Megan Chandler, Abigail Watkins, Shelby Newton, Lauren Colby, Amy Cummings, Mallory Vaughn, Tyler Griffith, Kristina Abel, principal Terry Cook; second row: counselor Angela Gage, Michael Schrader, Jonas Gant, Jordan Upton, Joseph Bentley, James Vanthournout, Cody Snazelle, Brandon Carter, school board attorney Bart Darrell; back row: Samuel Brown, Tyler Owens, Kenny Wilson, Nickolas Harris, Jonathan Boustani. (WKU photo by Bryan Lemon)

 Warren Central High School

WKU honored 12 students from Warren Central High School. Front row: WKU President Gary Ransdell, counselor Regina Sullivan, Matthew Pate, Joshua Lincoln, Alci Holmes, Melina Ramic, Jared Suggs, Terione Patrick, Keiti Rueter; second row: Tianna Poole, Zachary Steward, counselor Liz Whitson, Bradley Thomison, assistant principal Adam Hatcher, Elijah Gottke, athletic director Todd Steward, school board attorney Bart Darrell. (WKU photo by Bryan Lemon)

Warren East High School

WKU honored six students from Warren East High School. From left: WKU president assistant principal Nicole Clark, counselor Angie Anderson, Nanci Escobar, Hannah Wagoner, Kayla Wint, Allie Young, Cinnamon Caldwell, Hannah Conner, school board attorney Bart Darrell. (WKU photo by Bryan Lemon)

Schedule of upcoming luncheons

  • Nov. 27: Glasgow Scholars Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at the South Central Bank Operations Center in Glasgow.
  • Nov. 29: Lexington Scholars Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. (Eastern time) at Lexington Signature Club.

Contact: Campus and Community Events, (270) 745-2497.

(Source: WKU News, Nov 16, 2012)

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