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Gatton Academy selects gifted, talented junior and seniors

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. - The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky has selected 102 Kentucky sophomores for the Class of 2022.

Metcalfe County - Anna Humphrey (Metcalfe County High School) - daughter of Rosa Humphrey from Center

Green County - Keiley Johnson (Green County High School) - daughter of Missy and Brian Johnson from Greensburg



Hart County - Shaylyn Avery (Hart County High School) - daughter of Devon and Dillon Avery from Munfordville

Marion County - Kayla Lancaster (Bethlehem High School) - daughter of Leah and Rob Lancaster from Lebanon

About The Gatton Academy: Established in 2007, The Gatton Academy is Kentucky's first residential two-year program for gifted and talented junior and seniors. The Gatton Academy's students enroll as juniors and are full-time WKU students pursuing their interests in advanced science, technology, engineering and mathematical careers. The Gatton Academy has been named to Jay Mathews' list of top-performing schools with elite students, marking the tenth consecutive appearance.


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