Forty-seven local students named to Governor’s Scholars Program

Forty-seven students from the Archdiocese of Louisville have been selected to participate in the Governor’s Scholars Program.

The Governor’s Scholars Program is a five-week residential summer program for outstanding Kentucky high school students. According to a news release from the program, this concentrated academic and personal growth experience is for students who have demonstrated exceptional intellectual potential, high academic achievement and creative ability.

The following students were selected.

Assumption High School: Tess Evangeline Bettler, Stephanie Campbell, McKenzie Dirr, Mary Fischer, Julie Guenthner, Erin Marie Keifer, Amanda and Katia Vela.

Bethlehem High School: Jacob Dennerlein and Andrew Jones.

DeSales High School: William Reichert.

Mercy Academy: Shelby Catlett, Meghan Phelan, Courtney Ryan and Jessica Sanchez.

Presentation Academy: Meredith Degner, Erin Evans and Heather Kissel.

Sacred Heart Academy: Mary Farber, Frances Ramsay, Kathleen Smith, Megan Smith, Mary Watkins and Jacqueline Williams.

St. Xavier High School: Anthony Caneris, Brian Elliott, Jonathan Fish, Zachary Flynn, Christopher Gartner, Harrison Kirby, Jacob Madalon, Marshall Makk, Ryan McMillen, John Nolan, Cole Pospisil, Nicholas Sehlinger and Tanner Thieneman.

Trinity High School: Zachary Bickett, James Bradford, Losson Brotzge, Austin Gocke, Seth Piatt, Grant Rohleder, Andrew Siladi, Blake Strozdas, Emerson Walsh and Evan Winrich.

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