KCSD students to participate in GSP, GSA, GSE

Several KCSD students have been selected to represent the Kenton County School District in the Governor's Scholars Program, the Governor's School for the Arts and the Governor's School for Entrepreneurs this summer.

Governor's Scholars Program

Dixie Heights

Ava Brun
Abigail Kane
Carly McGee
Benjamin Anneken
Matthew Brieded
William Comerford
Ryan Dilts
Mark Dugan
Amar Khan
Aidan Murphy
Alternate: Talya Givens

Scott

Avery Bannister
Amber Board
Lauren Wessel.

Simon Kenton

Andrew Brock
Ava "Corrine" Burton
Jacob Curry
Nina Derks
Katelyn Gardner
Kailynn Hans
Bridget Kelley
Trevor Lee
Seanna Lovell
Kaitlyn Martz
Landen Tomlin

The Governor's Scholars Program strives to enhance Kentucky's next generation of civic and economic leaders. Established in 1983, the program provides academic and personal growth through the balance of a strong liberal arts program with a full co-curricular and residential life experience. More information is available at https://gsp.ky.gov/

Governor's School for the Arts

Dixie Heights

Anna Berringer, Vocal Music
Amar Khan, Drama
Sam Olt, Drama
Colleen Steczynski, Dance
Ava Bruns, Dance (alternate)
William Comerford, Instrumental Music (alternate)
Elizabeth Wessel, Dance (alternate)

Scott

Calia Burdette, Vocal Music
Chandler Clary, Dance

Simon Kenton

Sophia Wassem, Film and Photography
Ava "Corrine" Burton, Dance (alternate)
Olivia Currin, Film and Photography (alternate)

Every summer, a faculty of professional artists and educators guide over two hundred of Kentucky’s finest young artists through three weeks of incredibly intense (and incredibly fun) arts instruction. More information is available at https://www.kentuckyperformingarts.org/education/governors-school-for-the-arts

Governor's School for Entrepreneurs

Simon Kenton

Olivia Currin

The Governor's School for Entrepreneurs (GSE) identifies and enables Kentucky high school students to become our Commonwealth's next generation of entrepreneurs. Through our three-week residential experience, GSE participants from throughout the Commonwealth are:

  1. Introduced to KY's most successful entrepreneurs and fastest growing businesses,
  2. Equipped with the tools and skills to create and build their own businesses, and
  3. Matched with complementary skilled peers to develop business plans and product or service prototypes. The annual GSE intensive program culminates in a pitch competition attended by a large audience representing Kentucky's entrepreneurial ecosystem.

More information is available at https://kentuckygse.com/





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