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These NKY High School Students are Sen. Jeff Green Scholars

Nearly 300 Northern Kentucky students have been named Senator Jeff Green Scholars by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).
 
To earn this honor, a student must have a 4.0 grade point average each year of high school and at least a 28 composite on the ACT.
 
These students have also earned $2,500 a year in Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) awards. If they keep their grades up in college, they will have $10,000 to use toward a four-year degree.
 
The designation honors the late state Sen. Jeff Green of Mayfield, who served in the Kentucky General Assembly from 1992 to 1997.
 
The 288 area scholars are:
  • Beechwood High School: Paul Alley, Kylee Combs, James Downton, Li Cai Haney, Allyson Johnson, Roop Patel, Adam Redfield, Phillip Rump, Maria Schilling, Alexis Schumann, Natalie Sweasy, Madison Webb, Margaret Zimmermann.
  • Bishop Brossart High School: Shelby Doyle, Trevor Kahmann.
  • Boone County High School: Kyle Adams, Payton Black, Rebecca Duncan, Kamryn Huff, Marisa Jutzi, Jensen Millson, Victoria Nash, Nathan Rice, Olivia Staten, Abby Stone, Dillon Warning, Adrianna Waters, Helen Wharton.
  • Calvary Christian School: Charles Pack.
  • Campbell County High School: Alexis Abuan, Sarah Begley, Brycen Coyle, Abigail Davis, Bailey Davis, Katie Emmett, Samantha Ford, Colton Graham, Steven Hagedorn, Colton Hartig, Danielle Heiert, Megan Hertzenberg, Kayla Jenkins, Rebecca Kavalauskas, Karli Kellinghaus, Erin McNamara, Nicholas Padin, Nolan Padin, Morgan Rahe, Braden Ramsey, Emily Robertson, Ashley Rust, Brittany Rust, Anthony Schwarberg, Courtney Souders, Jaime Styer, Kara Teipel, Katelyn Tromm, Samson Zacate.
  • Conner High School: Jake Anderson, Madison Baehner, Maggie Biedenbender, Hailey Dieter, Makenna Dinser, Andi Dorning, Lexington Frazier, Eli Graft, Kyle Grill, Valerie Handorf, Luke Hart, Madisyn Hayes, Joseph Hekking, Spencer Hemmerich, Grace Henry, Adam Hillman, David Keller, Hannah Leas, Elisabeth LeDuc, Zachary Meacham, Katelyn Murphy, Amber Newcomb, Joshua Ostertag, Brianna Roberts, Kaitlyn Shields, Maxwell Sims, Jake Surprenant, Bryce Wade.
  • Cooper High School: Taytum Akers, Chelsee Brumback, Isabel Campbell, Brian Cantrall, Emma Case, Jeffrey Combs, Brett Denham, Cameron Evans, Kathryn Greene, Taylor Hedges, Reilly Hendrickson, Matthew Henry, Samuel Hogan, Jacob Jenkins, Olivia Jones, Brycen Kanarek, Scott Lawrence, Emily McGrath, Jacob Morris, Ashley Oehler, Kaitlyn Powell, Madison Sadler, John Schafer, Jacob Sebree, John Sebree, Theodore South, Timothy Stidham, Filipe Teixeira, Emily Turner, Allison Villari, Emma Weaver, Joshua Whitis, Camryn Woody, Jordan Woody.
  • Covington Catholic High School: Anthony Best, Mark Briede.
  • Covington Latin High School: Mya Desai, Gabrielle Krumpelman, Mikaela Perez.
  • Dixie Heights High School: Alison Bomkamp, Mary Clarke, Halee Edwards, Katherine Eubank, Katherine Fields, McKenzie Garrett, Sarah Gripshover, Casey Higginson, Samuel Lambert, Perrin Long, Jocelyn McGehee, Alessandra McLoughlin, Rachel Milligan, Reagan Murphy, Andrew Perry, Isabel Phillips, Julia Sager, Emily Sims, Nathan Tackett.
  • Highlands High School: Lillian Banks, Annalee Brewer, Shannon Eaton, Payton Epperson, Anna Foose, Chloe Gastright, Kayla Groneck, Claudia Hils, Susan Kremer, Emma Little, Taylor Reinhart, Helen Ross, Corinne Smith, Danielle Turner, Rachel Vinson.
  • Holy Cross High School: Elijah Batson, Molly Bilz, Kathryn Dreas, Jacob Hassert, Matthew Hock.
  • Lloyd High School: Isabel Harrison.
  • Newport Central Catholic High School: Joel Grosser, Blake Huber, Sarah Ritter, Anna Schneider.
  • Notre Dame Academy: Emily Buten, Sarah Draud, Emma Duerstock, Olivia Hollman, Julia James, Abigail Kelly, Claire Lonneman, Josephine Meyer-Hogan, Paige Montfort, Jacqueline Noll, Lauren Reinersman, Brooke Schulte, Margaret Whelan.
  • Ryle High School: Heidi Anderson, Kerri Austin, Aaron Bludworth, Emma Chaffee, Braden Cheesman, Maura Cox, Hunter Crawford, Justin Crupper, Kelsey Donaldson, Samuel Forlenza, Andrew Franxman, Joseph Freeman, David Gregory, Chase Hoffman, Meredith Hoffman, Sydney Johnson, Gretchin Kepplinger, Joellyn Ketron, Madison Kleckner, Allison LaRoy, Anna Levine, Brianna Lombardo, Megan McFarland, George Nalbandian, Clayton Oney, Brandon Powell, Braden Rickert, Glenn Stanton, Allie Stinson, Madison Sturdivant, Olivia Venishel, Fiona Walsh, Madeleen Weaver, Ashley Williamson, Truly Withorn, Zachary Wriedt, Megan Yadav, Calvin Yoakum.
  • St. Henry District High School: Lindsay Beechem, Olivia Beechem, Jared Isler, Emma Knaley, Allison Linkugel, Meghan Oldfield, Kimberly Spritzky.
  • Walton-Verona High School: Elissa Craig, Brenna Cummings, Jordan Groneck, Adelaide Hincks, Lauren Mulcahy, Austin Robinson, Cheyann Strasinger, Cristina Throckmorton.
  • Scott High School: Terry Chauvin, Jason Flynn, Halley Johnstone, Abigail Klette, James Krauth, Ethan Paff, Brandon Rider, Nichlas Sebree, Garrett Turin.
  • Simon Kenton High School: Gatlin Acuff, Paige Bach, Kyle Casson, Ryan Childers, Sabrina Collins, Gillian Curtis, Jaden Daut, Kirstin Dunn, Brooke Emmons, Libby Gebauer, Olivia Gilliam, Paige Griffin, Hayley Grubenhoff, Matthew Jackson, Natalie Meader, Alexandra Miller, Emily Montgomery, Brycen O’Hara, Victor Papyshev, Natalie Parker, Kelly Pohlman, Chelsea Russell, Stephanie Saner, Jonathan Shaw, Meghan Snellings, Sarah Sparks, Julia Stahl, Annalisa Telesz, Katie Walker, Sarah Weidner, Ann Marie Williams, Lydia Wills.
  • Villa Madonna Academy: David Blincoe, Eileen Bunch, Connor Collins, William Martin III, Jacob Schenthal.
  • Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics: Carter Codell, Joshua Frommeyer, Taylor Roland.
  • Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science: Ethan Abate, Jessica Williams, Gabrielle Witt, Amanda Zahn.
KEES and other Kentucky student aid programs are administered by KHEAA. KEES awards are funded by net Kentucky lottery proceeds and may be used at most colleges and universities in Kentucky. In some cases, the award may be used at an out-of-state school if the major the student is pursuing is not available in Kentucky. No application is necessary for KEES awards.