Thirty high school students in the Archdiocese of Louisville have been selected to attend the Governor’s School for the Arts program. They are:
Assumption High School — Molly Hayes, musical theatre; Bridget Wolfram, musical theatre; Marlaina Pendleton, vocal music; Molly Waggener, vocal music; and Alexis James, film and photography.
Mercy Academy — Samantha Bowling; vocal music; Ariana Contreras, creative writing; Meghan Emrich, drama; Elle Kennedy, film and photography; Hadley Klusman, architecture and design; Carolina Ochoa, visual art; and Claire Walsh, film and photography.
Sacred Heart Academy — Alyssa Abu, creative writing; Lillyanna Barmore, architecture and design; Larkin Blair, dance; Kristen Blandford, vocal music; Charlotte Brown, dance; Eva Carias, film and photography; Audrey Huber, vocal music; Caylen Judd, vocal music; Marybeth Lewis, instrumental music brass; Sarah Lewis, instrumental music woodwinds; Alexis Loveless, dance; Ella Risimini, architecture and design; Anna Sugg, film and photography; and Elaine Yue, drama.
St. Xavier High School — Everett Stropkay, architecture and design.
Trinity High School — Liam Amick, drama; Leo McAllister, creative writing; and Brannock McCartan, instrumental music strings.
During three-week sessions of the Governor’s School for the Arts professional artists and educators instruct more than 200 Kentucky students in a variety of disciplines.