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Graves County Students going to Governor's Programs
GCHS Governor's School for the Arts 2013 GCHS participants
2013 GCHS Governor's Scholars students Graves County High School students qualify for summer 2013 Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program
  
 
LARGE CONTINGENT – Graves County High School has fielded a record number of participants from the Jackson Purchase high school in the summer 2013 edition of the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program. Altogether, nine GCHS students will experience five weeks of residential university life on college campuses across the Commonwealth. The aim of the program is to help outstanding students see what is possible in postsecondary education and get a glimpse of that life in the summer prior to their senior year of high school. Pictured here, from left, are (front row) Hunter Jones, Eric Vogt, Garrett Bell, (middle row) Lindsey Thompson, Melissa Shankle, Lillie Garner, (back row) Kelby Miller, Mitul Ahmed, and Mitchell McClure.
 
 
 
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Graves Co. High School students accepted to summer 2013 Ky. Governor’s School for Arts program
Governor School for the Arts GCHS 2013 
 
GRAVES SUMMER ART STUDENTS – Graves County High School students, from left, Hunter Moffitt and Gregory Willett have been accepted to the Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts this summer. Moffitt plays trombone in various bands at his school. Willett is interested in the creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, and engineering of architecture as a potential career aspiration. GSA will give both students the chance to explore their creative interests at Transylvania University in Lexington.
 
(Photos by Paul Schaumburg, Graves County Schools)
 
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