SIX NCC JUNIORS SELECTED AS GOVERNOR'S SCHOLARS

SIX NCC JUNIORS SELECTED AS GOVERNOR’S SCHOLARS

Six juniors from Newport Central Catholic High School have been selected to represent NCC in the Governor's Scholar Program this summer.  They are as follows:                         

Luke Grothaus  - son of Jim and Patty Grothaus of St. Therese Parish

Grace Hatfield - daughter of Tony and Amy Hatfield of St. Joseph Parish

Dylan Johnson - son of Paul and Lisa Johnson of St. Joseph Parish

Mary (Maisy) Miglio – daughter of Tony and Betsy Miglio of St. Bernard Parish

Damian Schwarber  - son of Doug and Maureen Schwarber of St. Catherine Parish

Joseph Whelan – son of Mike and Christine Whelan of St. Joseph Parish

 The following juniors selected as Governor's Scholars:  Grace Hatfield - daughter of Tony and Amy Hatfield of St. Joseph Parish  Mary (Maisy) Miglio – daughter of Tony and Betsy Miglio of St. Bernard Parish  Dylan Johnson - son of Paul and Lisa Johnson of St. Joseph Parish  Damian Schwarber  - son of Doug and Maureen Schwarber of St. Catherine Parish  Luke Grothaus  - son of Jim and Patty Grothaus of St. Therese Parish  Joseph Whelan – son of Mike and Christine Whelan of St. Joseph Parish

The following juniors selected as Governor's Scholars:

Grace Hatfield - daughter of Tony and Amy Hatfield of St. Joseph Parish

Mary (Maisy) Miglio – daughter of Tony and Betsy Miglio of St. Bernard Parish

Dylan Johnson - son of Paul and Lisa Johnson of St. Joseph Parish

Damian Schwarber  - son of Doug and Maureen Schwarber of St. Catherine Parish

Luke Grothaus  - son of Jim and Patty Grothaus of St. Therese Parish

Joseph Whelan – son of Mike and Christine Whelan of St. Joseph Parish

This prestigious five-week study program provides academic and personal growth in a non-traditional experience at Northern Kentucky University, Morehead State University, or Murray State University.  Students were selected on the basis of test scores from the PSAT, SAT or ACT.  Their unweighted GPA and difficulty of course load was also taken into consideration.  Students submitted a writing entry and demonstrated what they have done in the areas of extracurricular activities and service. 

Ms. Joanna Loechel, Assistant Principal of Academics stated, "Being chosen for the Governor’s Scholar Program, one of Kentucky’s top student awards, is quite an accomplishment, a culmination of not only copious hours spent in academic study and community service, but in simply applying for the program.  Thousands of highly qualified juniors from across the state of Kentucky apply each year, and the competition is fierce not only at the school level but then at the diocesan and state levels as well.  We are proud to recognize our six juniors and congratulate them on their acceptance to this distinguished program; they truly deserve and have earned this opportunity."