04 Apr And the Winners Are….
On April 5, 2012, eleven of Grant County’s outstanding graduating seniors were honored with the Community Foundation’s Academic Excellence Awards.
Miranda Fuchs, daughter of Stephen Fuchs and Tamela Holt, ranks second in her class with a 4.0 gpa and plans to study visual communications at Indiana Wesleyan University.
|Miranda Fuchs, Lilly Scholar 2012|
Lanora Osborne, daughter of Michael and Linda Osborne ranks first in her class with a 3.90 gpa. She plans to study pharmacy at Butler University.
|Lanora Osborne, Lilly Scholar 2012|
Each year, Grant County accredited high schools are asked to nominate one representative for the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Award. The representatives must be Grant County residents and have a minimum 3.5 grade point average. Selection criteria also include scholastic achievement, attitude, character, desire, and school and community involvement.
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In addition, five $1,000 Academic Excellence Scholarships were awarded to Lacy Hamilton and Angel Downam from Madison Grant High School, Amy Conrad from Marion High School, Alison Avery from Mississinewa High School, and Alissa Combs from Oak Hill High School.