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Education

  • Crestwood native graduates from Centre

    Ashley Boerrigter of Crestwood received a BS in behavioral neuroscience, graduating Cum Laude, at Centre College’s 191st Commencement, held Sunday, May 25 at the college’s Norton Center for the Arts. She was one of 325 seniors who were granted degrees, a class that posted an impressive four-year graduation rate topping 84 percent -- the highest graduation rate among all Kentucky colleges and universities. Gov. Steve Beshear was this year’s featured Commencement speaker.

  • Ag club gives scholarship

    Young fairgoers have often asked “Freddy,” that giant farm boy sitting on the porch of the Kentucky State Fair, what he does for a regular job. The answer might be “help send young people to college.”

    With funds raised by being the voice of Freddy Farm Bureau, and volunteering at efforts like the upcoming PGA tournament, the Louisville AG Club provides scholarships to young people attending college in the pursuit of ag careers.

  • Anderson awarded military scholarship

    One of the military community’s premier benefits has become even more valuable to 600 college and high school students. The annual Scholarships for Military Children Program winners have been announced and the “Honor Roll” is impressive. Approximately 5,000 students applied for the scholarships at commissary locations worldwide. All of the recipients are listed at www.militaryscholar.org, the official website for the program.

  • Brown graduates from Murray

    Christian Brown of Crestwood graduated from Murray State University on May 10. He received a BS in Biology, graduating Summa Cum Laude. Christian is the son of Pam and Dan Brown. Christian will attend graduate school this fall at Humboldt State University in Arcata, Calif..

    Established in 1922, Murray State University has become known through the years as a student-centered university where the emphasis is on academic excellence. Murray State University has an enrollment of approximately 10,800 students.

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  • Overcash receives degree from Colorado

    Erin Roxie Overcash, a 2009 graduate of North Oldham High School, graduated from the University of Colorado – Boulder on May 8 with a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering. On May 9, she received her commission from the United States Navy. She was the Honor Graduate of her ROTC unit and selected by her peers for the Admiral Arleigh Burke Award.

  • Toyota program expands to La Grange Elementary

    A child’s first day of school is a big moment for any parent — but a new program coming to Oldham County Schools will help parents and their children be prepared for kindergarten. The district has received a grant to host a bornlearning Academy, an innovative approach to early childhood parental education.

    On Monday, Gov. Steve Beshear announced that La Grange Elementary would be one of the new academy sites supported by Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky as the program continues to expand.

  • Montross selected for music trip

    On June 25, more than 200 outstanding student musicians will gather at the University of Louisville for five days of rehearsal and performances prior to departing to seven European countries for a 16-day tour. Included in this group is Mackenzie Montross of Crestwood, a student at South Oldham High School. MacKenzie is the daughter of Patrick and Melinda Fogarty and Keith Montross.

  • Prather scholarship winners named
  • Oldham County Community Scholarships
  • A perfect 13 years

    Oldham County Schools is so proud to have two graduates who will leave our district with 13 years of perfect attendance. Drew Greenwood (South Oldham High) and Shelbi Schooler (Oldham County High) have both earned this amazing accomplishment.

    Drew will be attending Bellarmine University and Shelbi will be attending Marymount Manhattan College in New York.

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