Sixteen Cave City graduates awarded scholarships to UACCB

BATESVILLE – Sixteen Cave City graduates have been awarded scholarships to the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville, announced Kristen Cross, director of financial aid.

Cave City High School graduates include Kayla Presley of Cave City, daughter of Terry and Patricia Presley. She received the Chancellor's scholarship and will be majoring in Visual Arts.  

Derrick Presser of Batesville, is the son of Donnie and Robin Presser, and plans to study Radiology.  He received the Chancellor's scholarship.

Rachel Woods of Evening Shade is the daughter of Travis and Rhonda Woods. She received a Chancellor's scholarship and plans to pursue a general education degree.
 
Kayla Brown of Cave City is the daughter of Melonie Koch. She plans to pursue a degree in Pharmacy using her Academic Distinction scholarship.

Sarah Brown of Evening Shade, daughter of Jessica King and Michael Brown, recipient of an Academic Distinction scholarship, plans to pursue a degree in nursing.

Garret Doggett of Cave City is the son of Gary and Norene Doggett. He plans to pursue a degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant.  He is the recipient of an Academic Distinction scholarship.

Nicholas Gay of Cave City is a recipient of the Academic Distinction scholarship. He is the son of Frank and Tammy Gay and is pursuing a degree in General Education.

Morgan Graddy of Evening Shade, son of Michael and Kimberrly Graddy, has accepted an Academic Distinction scholarship.  She plans to pursue a degree in Early Childhood Education.

Kaleb Homer of Cave City has accepted an Academic Distinction scholarship and will be pursuing a degree in English.

Ashley Keck of Batesville, daughter of Ray and Renea Keck, has accepted an Academic Distinction scholarship. She will be pursuing a degree in Computer Forensics.

Lucas Kennedy of Evening Shade has accepted an Academic Distinction scholarship. Son of Alice Armer, he will be pursuing a degree in Physics/Science.

Tylor Lawrence of Poughkeepsie, son of Chris and Lisa Furr, has accepted an Academic Distinction scholarship.  He is undecided upon a degree at this time.

Brittany Ann McGuire of Evening Shade has accepted an Academic Distinction scholarship. Son of Will McGuire and Nancy Zimmerman, she will pursue a degree in Accounting.

Morgan Miller of Cave City, daughter of Marty and Karen Miller, has accepted an Academic Distinction scholarship. She is undecided upon a degree at this time.

Christopher Smith of Cave City, son of Dana Lilley has accepted an Academic Distinction scholarship. He plans to pursue a degree in Welding.

Ashlie Watson, daughter of Terry and Dana Watson of Highland has accepted an Academic Distinction scholarship. She plans to pursue a degree in Business Management/Finance.

The Academic Distinction Scholarship is awarded to students with a composite ACT score of 21 or higher. It provides in-state tuition (up to 15 hours) each semester. The scholarship is renewable for three consecutive semesters for those students completing at least 12 credit hours each semester with a 3.00 grade point average after the first semester and a 3.25 GPA after the second and third semesters.

The Academic Excellence Scholarship is awarded to students with a composite ACT score of 25 or higher. It provides in-state tuition (up to 15 hours) each semester and a stipend of $250.  The scholarship is renewable for three consecutive semesters for those students completing at least 12 credit hours each semester with a 3.00 grade point average after the first semester and a 3.25 GPA after the second and third semesters.

The Chancellor's Scholarship is awarded to students with a composite ACT score of 27 or higher. It provides in-state tuition (up to 15 hours) each semester, use of textbooks, and a stipend of $250.  The scholarship is renewable for three consecutive semesters for those students completing at least 12 credit hours each semester with a 3.00 grade point average after the first semester and a 3.25 GPA after the second and third semesters.