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CovCath Hosts College Signing Day, Physics Students Win National Contest

Covington Catholic High School physics students had the top team score on the National Science League’s Physics exam.  All senior physics students at CovCath took the exam, and the top ten scores were added to create a team score.  The team score was 377 out of a possible 400 points, for the first place win. The top ten scorers were:

David Armstrong
Lucas Timmerman
Coire Ayres
Logan Boyle
Danny Kleier
Jake Wessels
Nathan Sucher
David Rice
Mitch MacKnight
Nick Stegman

Covington Catholic Hosts College Signing Day

Covington Catholic High School students were recognized for accepting scholarships worth half or more of tuition value to the following colleges and universities:

David Rice

University of Alabama

Chris Fagin

Christian Brothers University

Danny Kleier

University of Cincinnati

Logan Merkle

Columbus College of Art & Design

Jacob Wessels

University of Dayton

David Wood

University of Dayton

Matt Rose

Indiana University: Bloomington

Ben Darpel

University of Kentucky

Jake Fischer

University of Kentucky

Austin Flynn

University of Kentucky

Sam Hacker

University of Kentucky

Lucas Timmerman

University of Kentucky

Coire Ayres

University of Louisville

Andrew Epplen

University of Louisville

Adam Flynn

University of Louisville

Josh Hildreth

University of Louisville

Sam Romes

University of Louisville

Ben Schoborg

University of Louisville

Nick Stegman

University of Louisville

Ben Thieman

Mount Saint Joseph University

Mark Gebhart

Northern Kentucky University

Kirk Tabeling

Northern Kentucky University

Logan Boyle

University of Notre Dame

Mitch MacKnight

University of Notre Dame

Christian Good

Thomas More College

Brennan Kamer

Thomas More College

Luke Rolfsen

Thomas More College

Additionally, Covington Catholic Junior/Senior Counselor Ms. Jessica Brown was recently selected as the 12th “Albert Anderson Outstanding Counseling Student of the Year” recipient at Xavier University. The award is named after Albert Anderson, a former school counselor who taught for over 50 years for Xavier University’s School Counseling Program.  

“Each year, counseling faculty nominate, discuss, and vote on the most outstanding student," said Dr. Brent Richardson, Chair of the Xavier School of Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Graduate Programs. "While there were lots of deserving candidates, Jessica was the unanimous choice by the faculty due to her diligence as a graduate student and her obvious commitment to her own students.”  

Covington Catholic High School is a Blue Ribbon of Excellence award winning college preparatory high school within the Diocese of Covington.  It is an all-male school of 600 whose mission is to embrace the Gospel message of Jesus Christ in order to educate students spiritually, academically, physically and socially.