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Education

  • Two Henry County residents inducted into Phi Kappa Phi

    Two Henry County residents were recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines, according to a news release.
    The new inductees include Mckayla Moore of Pleasureville, and Shelby Vogel of Campbellsburg, both initiated at Georgetown College.

  • Two Henry County grads get scholarship

    Shelby Energy Cooperative recently presented two scholarships to Henry County High School graduates, according to a news release.
    The Henry County High School recipients were Sophia Hughes and Austin Craigmyle.
    Each year, Shelby Energy presents six high school seniors with $1,000 scholarships. These scholarships are given to further their education in any field of study. The recipients are chosen by district in the service territory. 
    — Submittted

  • Mahoney named sub of the year

    By Jesse Harp, Henry County Local

  • Henry County Public Schools perfect attendance awards

    Educators with Henry County Public Schools recently recognized students across the county who set the gold standard in participation during the 2015-2016 school year with the Earl Holmes Perfect Attendance Award. Recipients broken down by school include:

  • Archer named to Governor’s School for the Arts

    This summer, the Kentucky Center will host over 200 eager young artists, including a Henry County High School student, as the Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA) takes place at Danville’s Centre College from June 19 to July 9, according to a news release.
    Participating from Henry County in drama is Jessica Archer.

  • Bryant earns CPA scholarship

    The Educational Foundation of the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants (KyCPA) has awarded $63,915 in scholarships to college students studying accounting on behalf of the foundation and other benefactors, including a student from Eminence who is studying at Bellarmine University.
    Emily Bryant of Eminence was one of five students recognized as John Brown Scholars from Bellarmine University.
    Bryant was also the sole recipient of the Dave Calzi Scholarship.

  • Student Scientists recognized
  • School briefs for May 25, 2016

    Jennings graduates from Lindsey Wilson
    A Henry County resident, Samantha Jennings of Eminence, recently graduated from Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia.
    Jennings was among 244 students who received undergraduate or graduate degrees at the college’s 103rd commencement ceremony, held May 14.
    During her studies, she earned a bachelors of science in biology.

    Wingert named to dean’s list at LaTourneau

  • Henry County Grads receive $3.2 million in scholarships

    Among the Henry County High School graduating class, 64 seniors received $3.2 million worth of scholarships, $3.5 million including the KEES money. This does not count the scholarships the students turned down.

  • Peniston named to University of Alabama dean’s list

    A local student has received honors from the University of Alabama after being named to the spring 2016 dean’s list, according to the office of the president.
    University officials congratulated Brennen James Peniston of New Castle for earning a GPA of 3.5 or better with at least 12 credit hours of course work.