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New ACT Hall of Fame display at entrance to Adair County HS

First honorees listed in full story, along with photo of display by Cameron Grant and Samuel Willis

By Robin Loy, Career & Readiness Counselor, ACHS

There is a buzz among students over the new ACT Hall of Fame display at the front doors of ACHS.

Students are working hard and hope to have their picture added as the year progresses.

"We have made great strides and have successfully increased the percentage of students ready to enroll in credit bearing courses at college by meeting the ACT benchmarks, but we felt as though we really haven't pushed our students enough to strive for even higher scores," said ACHS assistant principal Travis Gay. "First impressions are important, and this is one way we can reinforce the message that high achievement matters. It's the first thing you see as you enter the high school now. ",


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Emery Bosela, Ben Hancock, Lauren McQuaide, Zach Pyles, and Jaiden Taylor

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Baylor Giles, Arabella Caldwell, Trevor Smith, Hunter Cundiff, and Lejano Zavalija

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Emilee Camfield, Stevie Keltner, Natalie Taylor, Gabe Cowan, Austin Dipasquale, Abby Dykes, Brandi Powell, Justin Price, Elizabeth Rexroat, and Sydney Waggener
Congratulations to all of our students on your success! We can't wait to fill up the wall!


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Cameron Grant and Samuel Willis create ACT Hall of Fame board



2017-11-01 - Adair County High School, 528 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Robin Loy.
ACHS welding students Cameron Grant and Samuel Willis created the display with guidance from welding instructor Barney Taylor. - Robin Loy

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