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Galion's seniors recognized for their academic excellence

Galyon – Selected members of the 2022 class were honored at the Senior Awards and Scholarship Awards Ceremony at Galyon High School on May 16.

High school managers commended graduated seniors who were the first, second, third, and fourth year winners of the Academic Achievement Awards. This is given to students who maintain an average of at least 3.5 grade points during the first three quarters of each academic year attending Galion High School.

“The members of the 2022 class have worked hard to be successful in the classroom,” said high school principal Tasha Stanton. “As an educator, it’s always a pleasure to be able to recognize the diligence and patience of a student’s research.”

The main scholarship recipients recognized during the event are: Samuel Albert (Lewis J. & Nere Davis). Walker Frankhouse (EM Freese Scholarship, Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Matthew Jimbel (EM Freese Scholarship, Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Emma Jutz (Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Brook Kelly (EM Freeze Scholarship); Regin Kuehlman (Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Emma Magwire (Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Ashlee Oris (EM Freese Scholarship, Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Jaxon Oswald (Walter & Flora Hessenauer Charitable Trust in Honor of the Galion) Masonic Lodge); Winson Pan (Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Rece Payne (Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Natalie Perkins (EM Freese Scholarship, Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Ava Smith (EM Freese Scholarship, Lewis J. & Nelle Davis) ); Andrew Sparks (Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Brody Symsick (Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Zaynah Tate (Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Kolton Tyrrell (Lewis J. & Nelle Davis), Kennan Walker (Lewis J. & Nelle Davis) ), Samuel Wegesin (Walter Hessenauer Trust); Melanie Wheeler (Lewis J. & Nelle Davis); Adriana Zeger (Lewis J. & Nelle Davis)

The Galion Community Foundation (GCF) also recognized annual scholarship recipients during the program. The Foundation has awarded class members in 2022 a scholarship of over $ 70,000.

The graduated Galion seniors who received the scholarship are: CadinRoberts (Capt. William F. Unckrich Scholarship); Brook Kelly (Kevin Cass Scholarship); Chase Potter (Fox Family Scholarship, Mirror Carter Memorial Scholarship); Brody Symsick (Scholarship of Senator Galion Jacey); Karin Carroll (George & Eunice Ronk Veterinary Scholarship, Beck Scholarship); Walker Frankhouse (1950 Scholarship Class); Regin Kuehlman (Volk-Koeckert Scholarship); Graden Pierce (Beck Scholarship, Banyard Scholarship); Ashley Olis (Bloodfield Scholarship); Emma Magwire (Dr. Bernard Mansfield Scholarship); Brianna Felder (Mirror Carter Memorial Scholarship); Matthew Jimbel (AM Carter Memorial Scholarship); Melanie Wheeler (GHS General Scholarship Fund) ); Emma Yutz (Chad Thomas Glix Scholarship); Sam Albert (Hanny Tower Gunner Scholarship); Abbey Craiger (Fuanita Wagner Scholarship); Ava Smith (Juanita Wagner Scholarship); Kenan Walker (Hanny Tower Gunner) Scholarship); Zaynah Tate (Juanita Wagner Scholarship); Sean Clark (Daniel Robertson Engineering).

“Every year, seniors who graduate apply for excellent scholarships, and this year was no exception,” said Dr. Sandra Powell, GCF President. “We are delighted to award these awards each year and look forward to the wonderful things these students will achieve.”

With 128 graduated seniors, the 2022 Gallion High School class received nearly $ 1 million in scholarships and earned 1,072 hours of college credits while enrolled at GHS, saving a total of $ 536,000 in college tuition. did.

“I would like to thank the Galyon community for supporting Galyon’s seniors year after year,” said Jennifer Allerding, director of Galyon. “Every year, our graduation class receives an extraordinary amount of scholarship, all starting with the support of local donors and organizations.”

Selected members of the 2022 Gallion High School class were honored at the Senior Awards and Scholarship Awards Ceremony at High School on May 16th. While at GHS, I earned 1,072 hours of college credits, saving a total of $ 536,000 in college tuition.

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