123 high school grads awarded scholarships

RecordLogo-FOne hundred and twenty-three 2016 graduates of high schools in the Archdiocese of Louisville have been named Senator Jeff Green Scholars by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).

Students earn this designation by achieving a 4.0 grade point average each year of high school and scoring at least a 28 composite on the ACT, a news release from KHEAA said.

These students also have earned $2,500 a year in Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) awards, the release said.
The scholarship honors the late state Sen. Jeff Green of Mayfield, Ky., who served in the Kentucky General Assembly from 1992 to 1997.

The students who have earned this designation are:
Assumption High School — Sophie Beaven, Ella Beilman, Anna Bientz, Rachael Burch, Meghan Carrico, Sarah Crawford, Claire Feller, Laura Lawrence, Blakely Moorman, Celeste Newman, Jessica Nguyen, Kathryn Nilest, Molly Norton, Kara Shacklette, Kayla Shircliff, Abigail Spalding, Elizabeth Standridge, Angela Tran and Alissa Weston.

Bethlehem High School — William Brown IV, Grason Gasser, G.J. Olde Loohuis, Natalie Quisenberry, Travis Ray, William Robinson and Morgan Yates.

Mercy Academy — Victoria Allen, Aliyah Brutley, Emily Butler, Candace Cox, Ashley Cravens, Amy Edgerton, Hannah Figg, Aidan Greene, Amanda Greenwell, Jade Hagan, Emily Hendrick, Olivia Hennis, Hirra Iqbal, Sarah Schroll and Alison Terrell.

Sacred Heart Academy— Abigail Beck, Erika Bell, Margot Bond, Mary Brewer, Caroline Calhoun, Eleanor Crecelius, Caroline Creek, Caroline Culver, Nicole Dowling, Emily Easterling, Taylor Ecleberry, Kathryn Esselman, Abigail Estes, Damilola Fakunle, Lucy Falkner, Claire Fell, Abigail George, Ryan Hagerty, Melanie Hedge, Marie Kallis, Stephanie Keller, Peyton Kidwell, Shannon Link, Sarah Loheide, Zoey Miller, Kerry Mullaney, Mary Ramsey, Beverly Sherman, Mary Virginia Shook, Elizabeth Steiner, Rosemary Taylor, Jordan Tedesco, Martina Thurman, Mary Wentzel and Anna Zwiebel.

St. Xavier High School — George Bartholomew, Clayton Burruss, Matthew Burruss, Corey Chitwood, Liam Crooks, William Dong, Peary Farrar, Daniel Finley, Kenneth Gardner III, Zachary Goldberg, Aaron Green, Paul Loheide, James Mikulec, Thomas Ostertag, Michael Porter, Daniel Ryan, Zachary Schuhmann, Casey Simon, Matthieu Tapolsky, Alexander Voor, Eric Wahlstedt, John Wahlstedt, John Young.

Trinity High School — Adam Ballinger, Braden Barnett, Cameron Barnett, Nathan Bisig, Jeremy Borden, Michael Clements, Matthew Gregory, Evan Grimm, Ryan Kelly, Jackson Kitchin, Andrew Letterle, Kenneth Lucas, Samuel McCalpin, Samuel McIntyre, James Moremen, Nathan Niehoff, Timothy Raque, Jorge Rojas-Ortega, Brandon Ryan, Eric Sahli, Phillip Sandman, Allan Schmitt, Tucker Seidt and Henry Snyder.

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