School News for May 27
Dec 15, 2015 at 2:53 PM
Camp receives award
Jorden Camp, of Lebanon, was honored at Freed-Hardeman University’s academic awards ceremony May 7.
Chris White presented her with “The Spirit of Job Award” on behalf of the Department of Nursing.
Camp is a senior nursing major who has consistently excelled in her academic pursuits. “The Spirit of Job Award” is given to a student who has overcome adversity and shown great improvement and endurance throughout the school year.
Chelsea Ferron graduates from Lincoln Memorial University
Chelsea Ferron, of Mt. Juliet, graduated with a bachelor of arts in history from Lincoln Memorial University on May 3. Ferron’s degree was one of 461 conferred during the spring commencement exercises where Susan Ford Bales, the daughter of President Gerald R. Ford and Betty Ford, gave the commencement address.
Phillips makes dean’s list
Jacob Phillips, of Mt. Juliet, was named to the dean’s list for the 2014 spring semester at the University of Dayton.
To qualify for the dean’s list, an undergraduate degree-seeking student must have a minimum of a 3.5 grade-point average for that semester and must have been enrolled for 12 or more credits that semester.
Hill takes first place
Watertown High School junior McKay Hill recently took first place in dental science at the State HOSA Competition. The Health Occupation Students of America Competition was held March 31 through April 2 at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville. She will compete in the National Competition in Orlando, Fla. this summer. Hill, daughter of Bruce and Dara Hill, plans to attend Western Kentucky University and become a dental hygienist.