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Bullitt Central High School Awards Ceremony
A huge crowd attended Bullitt Central High School's awards ceremony May 18. Students such as senior Karie Skelton were recognized by a variety of agencies including military. Senior Dalton Losey earned a $74,000 check from the Army College Fund and the Montgomery G.I. Bill. Senior Rachel Mitchell is congratulated on her scholalrship from the United States Marine Corp. Senior Colton Carney earned a scholarship from Piccola Manufacturing's Brian Eschman. Jordan Branham received an award. Bullitt Central Counselor Tonia Wiggins recognizes Sarah Lyons. Senior Kole Caldwell earned the David Vittitoe Memorial Scholarship. Senior Amy Doctor is presented one of her many awards. Senior Rachel Mitchell is awarded a scholarship to the University of Kentucky. Senior Isaiah Johnson is presented a scholarship to the University of Louisville by Bullitt Central teacher Roderick Pack. Health sciences teacher Shelley Westwood honors Haley Pierce. Chorale teacher Melanie Sparks gets a hug from Bailey Hobbs. Interim Principal Bonita Franklin honors senior Caity Forgey for her successful completion at the Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Math and Science in Bowling Green. Junior Isabelle Bradley received a special gift from the University of Kentucky. Senior Kelsin Kemble received a gift from Counselor Tonia Wiggins. Andrew Dean was named the Student Athlete of the Year. Isabella Cape celebrates her perfect attendance award with Assistant Principal Christy Burden. Teddy Edwards was named Mr. BCHS with a certificate presented by Assistant Principal Christy Burden. Lydia Heimann was named Ms. BCHS with a certificate presented by Assistant Principal Christy Burden.