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Frontier High School recognizes senior award winners

Frontier High School was unable to host its annual awards ceremony May 17 and commencement May 22. Seniors were recognized virtually with a Senior Awards slide show, available on Facebook and the district website’s “special events” tab, and had the opportunity to participate in a modified commencement. Graduates were able to individually cross the stage in the presence of up to seven guests, and receive their diplomas from the family member of their choosing.

The list of scholarships is incomplete, as many committees extended deadlines or decisions until this summer. It will continue to be updated as additional information becomes available. Of those awards known, 17 members of the class had earned $673,214.40 in academic awards. Frontier’s 43 seniors received the following awards:

Memphis Bandy plans to enlist in the military.

Emily Beaver received the student athlete award for softball; workforce award for completing a 2-year program at Washington County Career Center; and certificate of acceptance to Glenville State University.

John Berentz completed coursework required for the Academic Diploma with Honors; earned the Merit Award; the Heart of Service Award; the student athlete award for golf and track; College Credit Plus Award; the Future Educator scholarship from the Frontier Local Education Association; and certificate of acceptance to Washington State Community College.

Alexis Bland earned the Academic Diploma with Honors; top 10 percent of the class; the student athlete award for volleyball and softball; College Credit Plus Award; the Heart of Service award; 2-year member of the National Honor Society; and received the Miller Memorial Scholarship; the Coach Hank Morus Athletic Scholarship; the FLEDA Scholarship; the Connect to Success Scholarship from Educational Talent Search; and the Compass Scholarship to Marietta College.

Adam Bookman received the top 30 percent of the class and the workforce award for completing a 2-year program at Washington County Career Center.

Emily Bookman earned the Academic Diploma with Honors; top 20 percent of the class; the student athlete award for cheerleading and softball; College Credit Plus Award; the Heart of Service award; 2-year member of the National Honor Society; the Charles Fogle Scholarship from Educational Talent Search; and the Presidential Scholarship to Washington State Community College.

McKaylyn Bowersock completed coursework required for the Academic Diploma with Honors; top 20 percent of the class; the student athlete award for volleyball; College Credit Plus Award; and certificate of acceptance to the University of Rio Grande.

Nicholas Bowersock earned top 20 percent of the class and received the workforce award for completing a 2-year program at Washington County Career Center.

Morgan Boyce received the Heart of Service award for community service hours, the Merit Award, and the Muskie Award to Muskingum University.

Logan Brookover earned the Academic Diploma with Honors; Salutatorian; top 10 percent of the class; the student athlete award for football, basketball and baseball; College Credit Plus Award; the Heart of Service award; 2-year member of the National Honor Society; and received the Miller Memorial Scholarship; the Coach Hank Morus Athletic Scholarship, FLEDA Scholarship, the Frontier Alumni Association Scholarship; the J. Bryan and Norma McCann Charitable and Educational Trust Scholarship; the Connect to Success Scholarship from Educational Talent Search; and certificate of acceptance to the Ohio State University.

Katlyn Burns received the student athlete award for cheerleading and track, the Merit Award; the Certificate of Accomplishment, and the Dean’s Scholarship along with multiple grants to the University of Findlay.

Kayleanna Cochran earned the Academic Diploma with Honors; co-Valedictorian; top 10 percent of the class; the student athlete award for track; College Credit Plus Award; the Heart of Service award; 2-year member of the National Honor Society; and received the Miller Memorial Scholarship; the J. Bryan and Norma McCann Charitable and Educational Trust Scholarship; and the Marietta College Distinction and Leadership scholarships.

Levi Cox received the student athlete award for baseball and the workforce award for completing a 2-year program at Washington County Career Center. He currently works at Pioneer Pipe with the intent of the joining Plumbers and Pipefitters union apprenticeship.

Corby Curtis earned the Academic Diploma with Honors; top 20 percent of the class; the student athlete award for basketball and golf; College Credit Plus Award; the Heart of Service award; 2-year member of the National Honor Society; and the A.D. Heddelson Family Scholarship to Washington State Community College.

Kyle Daugherty received the student athlete award for basketball; College Credit Plus Award; the Heart of Service award; the J. Bryan and Norma McCann Charitable and Educational Trust Scholarship; and the AB grant to Alderson Broaddus University.

Chloe Douglas received the workforce award for completing a 2-year program at Washington County Career Center and certificate of acceptance to Washington State Community College.

Isabella Dunivant received the Merit Award and the workforce award for completing a 2-year program at Washington County Career Center.

Merlea Dunn earned the Academic Diploma with Honors; co-Valedictorian; top 10 percent of the class; student athlete award for volleyball and basketball; College Credit Plus Award; the Heart of Service award; 2-year member of the National Honor Society; and received the Miller Memorial Scholarship; the DAR Good Citizen Award; the Frontier Alumni Association Scholarship; the J. Bryan and Norma McCann Charitable and Educational Trust Scholarship; the Passavant Award from Marietta Community Foundation; the OSU Washington County Alumni Scholarship; the District 12 scholarship from the Ohio High School Volleyball Coaches Association; and certificate of acceptance to the Ohio State University.

Elijah Fickiesen received the student athlete award for football and track, and the workforce award for attending Washington County Career Center.

Brooklyn Gardner received the student athlete award for basketball and certificate of acceptance to Belmont College.

Emma Gardner received the College Credit Plus Award; top 30 percent of the class; and certificate of acceptance to Washington State Community College.

Katelynn Hayes received the student athlete award for track; the College Credit Plus Award; and the Riverside Scholarship to Marietta College.

Devon Knowlton received the student athlete award for baseball; the Merit Award; and the workforce award for attending Washington County Career Center.

Arron Lasure received the student athlete award; the Merit Award; and the Certificate of Accomplishment.

Joel Lewis received the student athlete award; the Merit Award; and the Certificate of Accomplishment.

Kaylie Loy received the student athlete award for softball and basketball; College Credit Plus Award; the Heart of Service award; and certificate of acceptance to West Virginia University Parkersburg.

Joshlyn Lea Lucas received the Early Graduate award; top 10 percent of the class; and certificate of acceptance to the Ohio Business College.

Realeigh Malone received the student athlete award for cheerleading, basketball, softball, and volleyball; the Heart of Service Award; and certificate of acceptance to Alderson Broaddus University.

Marcus Martin received the workforce award for completing a 2-year program at Washington County Career Center.

Reed McKinney received the student athlete award for baseball and the workforce award for completing a 2-year program at Washington County Career Center.

Kalyb McQueary received the student athlete award for football and basketball, and the Certificate of Accomplishment.

Hayden Miller received the workforce award for completing a 2-year program at Washington County Career Center; the Merit Award; 2-year member, National Honor Society; student athlete award for baseball and golf; the Heart of Service award; and the High School and Regional Training scholarships to the Adult Technical Training Program at Washington County Career Center.

Olivia Moretto received the College Credit Plus Award; top 10 percent of the class; the student athlete award for track; the Anna Marie Copen Memorial Scholarship; and the Dean’s Scholarship to Washington State Community College.

Shyli O’Brien received the workforce award for completing a 2-year program at Washington County Career Center; the Merit Award; member, National Honor Society; student athlete award for cheerleading and softball; the Heart of Service award; the College Credit Plus Award; the Frontier FFA Scholarship; the Thomas Conlin Scholarship from Educational Talent Search; and certificate of acceptance to Washington State Community College.

Shelby Schwaben received the Early Graduate award; top 30 percent of the class; the College Credit Plus Award; the first-ever Samantha Kidd Davis Yearbook Scholarship; and academic scholarship to Muskingum University.

Jaycob Seevers received the Merit Award; the student athlete award for football; and the workforce award for completing a 2-year program at Washington County Career Center. He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and is scheduled to leave for Boot Camp Aug. 24.

Rachel Slan received the student athlete award for cheerleading and volleyball, and certificate of acceptance to West Virginia University Parkersburg.

Cody Sloan received the workforce award for completing a 2-year program at Washington County Career Center.

Lane Snyder completed coursework required for the Academic Diploma with Honors; earned the Merit Award; the student athlete award for football and baseball; College Credit Plus Award; the Heart of Service award; 2-year member of the National Honor Society; and received the Miller Memorial Scholarship and the Riverside Scholarship to Marietta College.

Jansen Stewart received the student athlete award for football and basketball, and the Certificate of Accomplishment.

Katelyn Tidd completed coursework required for the Academic Diploma with Honors; earned the Merit Award; the student athlete award for softball and basketball; College Credit Plus Award; the Heart of Service award; scholarship from ParMar Stores; and certificate of acceptance to Penn Foster College.

Briar West completed coursework required for the Academic Diploma with Honors; earned top 30 percent; the student athlete award for football, baseball and golf; College Credit Plus Award; the Heart of Service award; the J. Bryan and Norma McCann Charitable and Educational Trust Scholarship; and certificate of acceptance to Washington State Community College.

Brianna Winstanley completed coursework required for the Academic Diploma with Honors; top 30 percent; the student athlete award for cheerleading and softball; College Credit Plus Award; the Heart of Service award; 2-year member of the National Honor Society; and certificate of acceptance to Washington State Community College.

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