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Kelsey Webb 

$314,000 in Scholarships Awarded to OHP Class of 2015

On the morning of convocation, the Ohio Hi-Point class of 2015 enjoyed breakfast served by the Ohio Hi-Point staff in addition to an awards ceremony. The ceremony recognized scholars, announced scholarship winners and thanked students for their hard work.

To see photos of the student recognitions, click here.

Multimedia Marketing senior, Carrie Leese (Benjamin Logan), and Diesel Technology senior, Paul Thurman (home schooled), received the Best of Class designation.

Over $314,000 in scholarship monies was awarded to members of the class of 2015. The following seniors received scholarships:

  • Paul Thurman (home schooled), Diesel Technology, received the Sloan Trustees Scholarship in the amount of $4,000
  • Destiny Johnson (Urbana), Allied Health and Nursing, received the Ohio Hi-Point Board of Education Scholarship in the amount of $1,000
  • Jennifer Boggs (Triad), Multimedia Marketing; Stacy Fogt (Triad), Allied Health and Nursing; Carrie Leese (Benjamin Logan), Multimedia Marketing; Benjamin Rappold (Riverside), Multimedia Marketing; and Kylie Rosebrook (Kenton), Mechanical Construction, received $500 Ohio Hi-Point Staff Scholarships
  • Abigail Watson (Indian Lake), Printing and Graphic Arts, received an Ohio Hi-Point Student Ambassador Scholarship in the amount of $500
  • Jeremy Kirkendall (Waynesfield-Goshen), Electronics Engineering, received the John Richard Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $500
  • Tiara Mullins (Triad), Allied Health and Nursing, received the Lois G. Crowe Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000
  • Jessica Trace (Graham), Printing and Graphic Arts, received the Wittenberg University Provost Scholarship in the amount of $76,000
  • Carrie Leese (Benjamin Logan), Multimedia Marketing, received the Wright State Valedictorian Scholarship in the amount of $35,000
  • Logan Algren (Graham), Electronics Engineering, received the University of Advancing Technology Futurist Scholarship in the amount of $32,000
  • Monica Sonner (Marysville), Cosmetology, received the Tiffin University Merit Scholarship in the amount of $24,000
  • Shavontaye Logwood (Urbana), Allied Health and Nursing, received the Capital University Presidential Scholarship in the amount of $10,00
  • Destiny Johnson (Urbana), Allied Health and Nursing, received the Clark State Trustees Scholarship in the amount of $8,360
  • Kyrsten Worley (Graham), Culinary Arts, received The Art Institute of Indianapolis Scholarship in the amount of $6,600
  • Carlie Losh (Indian Lake), Printing and Graphic Arts received an Ohio Technical College Scholarship in the amount of $5,000
  • Travis Mobley (home schooled), Diesel Technology, received an Ohio Technical College Scholarship in the amount of $1,000
  • Destiny Johnson (Urbana), Allied Health and Nursing; Brooke Magyar (Mechanicsburg), Printing and Graphic Arts; Rachael Price (Kenton, Allied Health and Nursing; Tyler Rister (Marysville), Multimedia Marketing, received Clark State Tech Prep Scholarships in the amount of $3,000 each
  • Jeremy Kirkendall (Waynesfield-Goshen), Electronics Engineering, received the Rhodes State Tech Prep Scholarship in the amount of $3,000
  • Abigail Watson (Indian Lake), Printing and Graphic Arts, received the Rhodes State Tech Prep Scholarship in the amount of $2,500
  • Kimberly Behren (Graham), Allied Health and Nursing; Alexia Boling (Benjamin Logan), Allied Health and Nursing; Katie Erwin (Benjamin Logan), Electronics Engineering; Austin Eshelman (West Liberty-Salem), Mechanical Construction; Jeremy Kirkendall (Waynesfield-Goshen), Electronics Engineering; Kyler Klingler (Riverside), Electronics Engineering; Chelsie Myers (Indian Lake), Printing and Graphic Arts; Kaitlyn Nelsen (Bellefontaine), Allied Health and Nursing; Hunter Parmer (Benjamin Logan), Electronics Engineering; Kylie Rosebrook (Kenton), Mechanical Construction; Thomas Scobee (Marysville), Electronics Engineering; Terestina Steele (Kenton), Allied Health and Nursing; Taylor Stephens (Benjamin Logan), Early Childhood Education; and Hannah Young (Bellefontaine), Allied Health and Nursing, received Rhodes State Tech Prep Scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each
  • Victoria Benefiel (West Liberty-Salem), Sierra Blair (Bellefontaine), Casey Brinkman (West Liberty-Salem), Devin Clingerman (Marysville), McKenzie Davidson (Marysville), Jennifer Larsen (Indian Lake), Tyler Stringfellow (Indian Lake), Ariel White (Indian Lake) and Michaela Spencer (Waynesfield-Goshen), all Culinary Arts students, received Sinclair Community College Tech Prep Scholarships in the amount of $3,000 each
  • Kirsten Gardner (Indian Lake), Multimedia Marketing; and Hayden Henault (Marysville), Automotive Technology, received University of Northwestern Ohio Tech Prep Scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each
  • Taryn Wicker (Waynesfield-Goshen), Cosmetology, received the University of Toledo Trustees and Legacy Scholarship in the amount of $2,000
  • Taima Jenkins (Indian Lake), Cosmetology, received the Salon Schools Group Scholarship in the amount of $2,000
  • Katie Erwin (Benjamin Logan), Electronics Engineering, received the Rhodes State Concrete Technology Scholarship in the amount of $1,500
  • Hailey Lockwood (Benjamin Logan), Allied Health and Nursing, received the Columbus State Tech Prep Scholarship in the amount of $1,500
  • Alexis Magnuson (West Liberty-Salem), Multimedia Marketing, received the University of Cincinnati Clermont College Merit Scholarship in the amount of $1,000
  • Colten Napier (Waynesfield-Goshen), Allied Health and Nursing, received the OSU-Lima Buckeye Distinction Award in the amount of $1,000 (renewable)
  • Jeremy Kirkendall (Waynesfield-Goshen), Electronics Engineering, received the Rhodes State Rhodes to Success Scholarship in the amount of $1,000
  • Carlie Losh (Indian Lake), Printing and Graphic Arts, received the Imagine America Scholarship in the amount of $1,000
  • Logan Hawk (Waynesfield-Goshen), Automotive Collision, received the Shawnee State Scholarship in the amount of $1,000
  • Benjamin Rappold (Riverside), Multimedia Marketing, received the Shawnee State Scholarship in the amount $750
  • Carlie Losh (Indian Lake), Printing and Graphic Arts, received the 664th AC&W Squadron Reunion Scholarship in the amount of $500
  • Courtni Pippin (Bellefontaine), Animal Management, received the Bellefontaine Lions Scholarship in the amount of $500
  • Destiny Johnson (Urbana), Allied Health and Nursing, received the Red Cross Drive to Serve Scholarship in the amount of $325
Click here to see the full gallery of scholarship winners.
Kelsey Webb 

Ohio Hi-Point inducts Leo Charter Members

The Ohio Hi-Point Career Center celebrated the new Ohio Hi-Point Leo Club by inducting 38 charter members last weekend. The Bellefontaine Lions Club is the parent chapter to the Ohio Hi-Point Leo Club.

Back row L-R: Shelby Lake, Tiara Mullins, Azha Shoots, Courtni Pippin, Joshua Ferguson, Ashley Fox, Jennifer Larsen. Front Row L-R: Brook Ball, Hailey Miller, Meggan O'Brien, Amber Hildreth, Lori Harbour, Ariel White. Leo Club Advisor, Mychal Cox (Bellefontaine Lions Club)

Meggan O’Brien, an Animal Management student from Bellefontaine High School, was elected to serve as president of the new club. Lori Harbour, an Animal Management student from Benjamin Logan, was elected as vice president.

Shelby Lake, an Animal Management student from Triad High School, was elected as secretary while Courtni Pippin, an Animal Management student from Bellefontaine will serve as treasurer.

Over 80 family and current Lions Club members attended the installation and induction of the Leo Club and charter members.

The Ohio Hi-Point Leo Club will be working on several community service projects that focus on literacy, vision and youth.

About Leo clubs

Lions clubs sponsor more than 5,700 Leo clubs in 140 countries. While helping other in their community, Leos develop leadership skills and experience teamwork in action. For more information about the Leo Club Program, visit the Leo Zone section of the Lions website at www.lionsclub.org. 

About Ohio Hi-Point

The Ohio Hi-Point Career Center develops our most valuable resource, people, by providing quality career-technical and academic education programs. Our High School and Satellite Divisions serve juniors and seniors from 14 partner school districts and offer more than 30 career training programs, while our Adult and Continuing Education Division has a strong focus on customized training, providing businesses the training needed to strengthen, and prosper in, the community.

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