Campbellsville High School recently announced its Eagle Excellence award winners for March.
Eagle Excellence awards honor students who excel in eight specific academic areas. Winners are chosen each month, and can come from any grade level.
Teachers nominate students for the awards based on their performance in the classroom and their exemplary leadership skills.
Awards are given to students in the areas of science, English, vocational studies, art, social studies, math, music and foreign language studies.
When receiving the award, students are given a certificate signed by CHS Principal Kirby Smith and Campbellsville Independent Schools Superintendent Mike Deaton.
Award winners also have their photographs featured in a wooden case hung beside the CHS office.
Students who were chosen for the honor this month include the following.
Zack Bottoms, a senior, receives the vocational studies award.
He and his team members recently placed second in the SkillsUSA regional welding fabrication contest. Bottoms has also completed many special projects for the community and individuals at school. He is a leader and always willing to go above and beyond.
Mariah Lowery, a sophomore, receives the math award.
She is hard working and strives to be the best she can be at all times. Her teachers say she is very helpful to other students.
Haley Morris, a freshman, receives the English award.
She is a student who always challenges herself to do more without asking for anything in return. She is an excellent collaborator and entails a genuine kindness to her peers that combines for a great classroom presence all teachers desire in their students.
Darius Wright, a junior, receives the music award.
He is one of the strongest leaders in the CHS show choir. Wright is an exceptional musician and is talented in many areas beyond music. He is a student who can be counted on to take the lead whenever necessary.
Ryan Kearney, a sophomore, receives the foreign language award.
He receives the award for his excellent work in class and good skills when speaking Spanish.
Shauna Jones, a senior, receives the social studies award.
Shauna is a wonderful student. Her work ethic and pleasant character make her a joy to have in U.S. history class.
Conner Riley, a freshman, receives the science award.
He is an up and coming computer science student. Riley completed his Microsoft Office certification in record time and is studying for the more technical MTA certification. He also participated in STLP in the computer science category. Riley plans to pursue a career in the computer science/engineering/math field.
Iori Hashimoto, a senior, receives the art award.
He is a talented young artist with a future in any art field that he chooses. He has strong technical skills and creativity and will go far.