Three Villa Madonna Students Accepted Into Prestigious Programs
Three Villa Madonna Academy High School juniors have been accepted into prestigious education programs.
Natalie Boucher of Villa Hills has been accepted into the Governor’s Scholars program. This program was established in 1983 and helps develop Kentucky’s future economic and civic leaders through a liberal arts program. Students live on college campuses around the Commonwealth and gain unique educational and career experiences.
In addition, William Martin of Fort Thomas and Emily Wright of Florence have been accepted into the Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts. More than 1,700 students applied and 256 were accepted. Students in the arts program will experience arts seminars, hands-on projects and field trips.
Villa Madonna Sophomore Awarded Silver Medal
Villa Madonna Academy High School sophomore John Komaromy-Hiller of Edgewood is a Silver Medalist in the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers 2016 Scholastic Art & Writing Award National Medalists. Nearly 320,000 works of art and writing were submitted, and 2,400 national medals were awarded. Komaromy-Hiller won for his personal essay, “Crossing the Line”. He has been invited to the National Ceremony at Carnegie Hall on June 2.
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