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CHS students working toward college, career readiness

Campbellsville High School students are working hard to become college and career ready.

 

Several students recently took exams to move them toward achieving college and career ready status.

 

CHS senior Sidney Grady is now career ready in marketing after passing the marketing KOSSA exam.

 

Sidney Grady

Sidney Grady

 

Austin Carter, a junior, is career ready in wood manufacturing after passing the cabinet maker KOSSA exam.

 

Austin Carter

Austin Carter

 

CHS junior Kayla Young is career ready in nursing after completing pre-nursing SRNA certification.

 

Kayla Young

Kayla Young

 

Tiffany Stagner and Michael De Oliveira, seniors, are now college and career ready after passing the family and consumer sciences KOSSA exam.

 

Tiffany Stagner     Michael De Oliveira

Tiffany Stagner                              Michael De Oliveira

 

Several students recently completed welding industry certification at the Green County Area Technology Center. They include sophomores Katelyn Walker, Chloe Decker, Josh Mahan and Quentin Skaggs.

 

Katelyn Walker     Chloe Decker

Katelyn Walker                              Chloe Decker

 

Josh Mahan     Quentin Skaggs

Josh Mahan                                   Quentin Skaggs

 

Three students have passed the KOSSA exam in family and consumer sciences. They include sophomores Jessie Bennett and Cassi Pipes and junior Shailyn Fields.

 

Jessie Bennett     Cassi Pipes     Shailyn Fields

Jessie Bennett                              Cassi Pipes                             Shailyn Fields

 

And CHS sophomore Brandon Greer has passed the KOSSA exam in computer science.

 

Brandon Greer

Brandon Greer

 

For more information about college and career readiness, contact Angie Travis, college and career readiness counselor at CHS, at (270) 465-8774.





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