By the luck of the draw, or in this case, the spin of a wheel, Goshen resident Madison Orman joined the likes of Martha Layne Collins, Kentucky’s first female governor, Gail Gorski, United Airlines first female pilot, and a host of other leaders.
The Morris Industries Foundation recently presented awards from the Lewis Sexton Scholarship Fund. Three Kentucky high school graduating seniors, including one from South Oldham High School, received $5,000 college scholarships.
One Oldham County student will find it a little easier to pay for college this fall thanks to a scholarship from local McDonald’s Restaurants of Kentuckiana owner/operators and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana (RMHCK).
On Saturday, May 14, 58 students representing 38 counties from across the Commonwealth of Kentucky were recognized during The Gatton Academy’s ninth graduation ceremony in Van Meter Hall, including Rohan Deshpande of Oldham County High School.
The Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship, an innovative non-profit dedicated to educating a new generation of leaders in the essential skills of negotiation, dialogue and compromise, announced today the acceptance of its 2016 class of National Student Congress.
It is an accolade that is rare not only among Kentuckians, but among Americans as a whole. However, for one Oldham County student, it has become a reality. Maggie Stephens, a student at South Oldham High School, has earned a perfect score on the ACT.
Thirty Oldham County Schools students have been selected for the Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program class of 2016. Six Oldham County Schools students and five alternates have been selected for the 2016 Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts.