Grant students recieve Georgetown scholarships

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By The Staff

Rachel Madden, daughter of Bill and Sheila Madden of Dry Ridge, has been awarded the Christian Leadership Scholarship, the Valedictorian Scholarship and a Music Scholarship to attend Georgetown College. Madden is a 2009 graduate of Calvary Christian School.


To receive a Christian Leadership Scholarship, a student must show Christian leadership and values within his or her community.

Christian Leadership Scholarships are renewable for all four years, provided the recipient maintains their active role in the Christian community at Georgetown College.

Valedictorian Scholarships are awarded to those who at the time of awarding are #1 in their high school senior class ranking.

Joshua Rump, son of Gary and Teresa Rump of Williamstown, has been awarded the Trustee Scholarship to attend Georgetown College. Rump is a 2009 graduate of Grant County High School.

The Trustee Scholarship is the top academic scholarship at Georgetown College and is renewable for four years. Students receiving the scholarship were based on GPA, ACT scores, and depth of involvement and leadership activities.

Recipients must maintain a high level of academic performance to remain eligible for the award each year.

Cheyanne Colson, daughter of Robin and Marlene Colson of Corinth, has been awarded a Presidential Scholarship to attend Georgetown College. Colson is also a 2009 graduate of Grant County High School.

Presidential Scholarships are renewable for four years. Recipients must maintain academic standard set fourth by the college.