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Two records broken: 36% of GHS Class of 2022 and three sets of twins awarded scholarships on 30th anniversary of the Partnership

 

GHS CLASS OF 2022 PARTNERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS Front row (L to R): Haylee Ikerman, Emilee Schmit, Jacob Stevens, Jackson Stevens, Emmery Pau, Iris Page; 2nd row: Levi Hatlee, Brynn Baker, Zach Reiniesch, Mason Weller, Kylie Kasarda, Lanie Doty, Alyssa McDaniel, Karissa Mull, Madison Niemeyer, Luke Hatlee; 3rd row: Brianna Wentler, Brenna Halteman, Alexis Shuey-Warford, Elizabeth Eaker, Ashton Bethard, Quincy Peterson, Hanna Bray, Isabella Wallace, Katherine Polo, John Fassero (Partnership president). Not pictured: Brock Doty, Michael Kain Pabon, Alex Pelt.

The Partnership for Educational Excellence of Community Unit School District 7 (CUSD7) in Macoupin County celebrated its 30th anniversary by awarding a record number of scholarships in the GHS Class of 2022.

Each of the 27 seniors who received a named memorial Partnership scholarship now have $1,000 toward tuition at an accredited technical school, college or university. And we are delighted to break another record this year: three sets of twins earned scholarships on our 30th anniversary.

These awards bring the total number of Partnership scholars to 497.

Remarkably every penny of the $31...



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