Jessica Marie Cain,
a senior, was named to the president’s list for the spring semester of
the 2014-2015 school year at Franklin College. Cain is the daughter of
Floyd and Mary Cain of Deputy.
recently hosted Camp Invention, a week-long summer program for Madison
Consolidated students grades in first through sixth grades, as a way to
encourage innovation and creativity.
Six Courierarea students recently received degrees from Ball State University. They were:
Madison Consolidated High School’s FFA program was named the state’s agricultural program of the year and ranked among the top 30 chapters in the state at the state FFA convention at Purdue University last week.
Indiana State University recently announced its dean’s list for the spring semester of the 2014-15 School year.
Sydney Whitham is the Christian Academy of Madison’s only 2015 high school graduate. Whitham, the daughter of Steven and Susan Whitham of Canaan, plans to attend Ivy Tech Community College’s Madison campus this fall to complete prerequisite courses.
Sixteen eighth-grade students from Madison-area schools spent three days on the Madison Ivy Tech Community College campus last week to take part in a summer camp aimed at preparing them for their future careers.
The Shawe Memorial Junior Senior High School class of 2015 was awarded more than $800,000 in scholarships.
Teachers recognized student academic achievement in all subjects and two scholarships were presented during Shawe Memorial Junior Senior Honors Day on June 2.
The Indiana Patriot Guard will hold its annual “Ride To Remember” on Saturday to honor Hoosier soldiers who lost their lives in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
Shawe Memorial Junior-Senior High School students received tuition scholarships at an awards ceremony on May 15.
Madison Consolidated High School’s Class of 2015 received a bit of sage advice from English teacher Jake Shockley during Sunday’s graduation.
Twenty-two high school seniors, donning green and white caps and gowns, walked through the halls of Shawe Memorial High School for the final time as students on Sunday afternoon. When they exited, they were graduates.
Switzerland County High School graduates were in a “Wonderful World” Sunday as the Class of 2015 took a walk through the halls of the school for the final time as students.