Guidance

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Upcoming Events and Misc Information

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NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL

CLASS OF 2020

AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

VALEDICTORIANS:  Baily Chaney, Brooke Deeter, Cameron Stine

PRINCIPAL’S ACADEMIC AWARD: (3.5 THROUGH 7 SEMESTERS) Baily Chaney, Brooke Deeter, Cameron Stine, Kara Chaney, Kim Laughman, Corrin Luedeke, Curtis Shellenberger, Deanna Carine, Carley Marple, Suzie Ballard, Thomas Brunswick, Cameron Caldwell, Drew Bayer, Jeriah Hinten, Caleb Garber

MIAMI COUNTY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS:

            Richard and Doris (Taylor) High: Kara Chaney, Brooke Deeter, Cameron Stine

            Don Favorite Deeter, M. D. Memorial: Brooke Deeter

            Newton Board of Education/American Legion: Deanna Carine, Baily Chaney, Kara Chaney, Brooke Deeter, Jeriah Hinten, Kim Laughman, Corrin Luedeke, Cameron Stine

            J. A. K. Scholarship: Jeriah Hinten

            Thelma Ross Dalton: Baily Chaney, Kara Chaney, Brooke Deeter, Jeriah Hinten

TROY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS:

            Harold and Isabel Stephenson: Kim Laughman

            James and Susannah Grove: Deanna Carine

            Miami County Master Gardener’s: Kim Laughman

HEART AND SOLES SCHOLARSHIPS: Deanna Carine, Cameron Stine, Brooke Deeter

MUSIC EXCELLENCE AWARDS:

            John Phillip Sousa Award: Carly Marple

            Semper Fidelis Award: Carly Marple

ACADEMIC EXCLLENCE AWARDS:

            Mathematics: Corrin Luedeke

            English: Brooke Deeter

            Social Studies: Cameron Caldwell

            Spanish: Kim Laughman

            Science: Drew Bayer

TROY LION’S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP: Brooke Deeter

NHS STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLRSHIPS: Brooke Deeter, Baily Chaney, Kara Chaney

ART AWARDS:

            Art 1: Ashley Evans

            Art 2: Addison Peters

            Art 3: Crile Staudt

            Art 4: Corrin Luedeke

RED CORDS: Baily Chaney, Kara Chaney, Ethan Cook, Brooke Deeter, Emily Gross, Toby Hunt, Carley Marple, Curtis Shellenberger, Cameron Stine

SPANISH AWARDS:

            Spanish 1: Blake Reish, Ariana Vannus, Eva Bowser

            Spanish 2: Hannah Beidelman, Kendra Kern, Ashley Evans

BAUSCH AND LOMB SCIENCE AWARD: Crile Staudt

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT AWARDS:

            Archie Griffin Award: Baily Chaney, Cameron Caldwell

            OHSAA Scholar Athlete: Brooke Deeter

            OHSAA Courageous Athlete: Cameron Stine

            NHHS Excellence Award: Kara Chaney

NEWTON TEACHER ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS: Cameron Stine, Deanna Carine, Brooke Deeter, Kara Chaney, Baily Chaney

TECH PREP SCHOLARSHIP: Jeriah Hinten

CHOOSE OHIO FIRST SCHOLARSHIP: Jeriah Hinten

MUSKINGUM UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS:

            Academic Scholarship, Horizon Award, Impact Scholarship: Brooke Deeter

UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO MERIT SCHOLARSHIP: Deanna Carine

ASSOCIATE DEGREE AGRIBUSINESS: Curtis Shellenberger

NEWTON BOARD OF EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS:
              
Eagles: Cameron Stine, Cameron Calwell, Brooke Deeter, Jessica Mitchell

            Covington Savings and Loan: Kim Laughman

ATHLETIC:

            Lee University: Cameron Stine (Track)

            Lake College: Cameron Caldwell (Soccer)

            Muskingum: Brooke Deeter (Softball)

 

Supporting Your Student: A Checklist for Families

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High school students can gain state recognition for exceeding Ohio’s graduation requirements through an Academic Honors Diploma. High-level coursework, college and career readiness tests and real-world experiences challenge students. 

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What Matters Most to Colleges 

It may seem top secret, but colleges are perfectly willing to reveal their most important admission factors. 

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Seniors: The FAFSA is now open for you to begin your application for

Academic Honors Diploma

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Ohio's Higher Education Website

The Ohio Department of Higher Education (formerly known as the Ohio Board of Regents) is a Cabinet-level agency for the Governor of the State of Ohio that oversees higher education for the state. The agency’s main responsibilities include authorizing and approving new degree programs, managing state-funded financial aid programs and developing and advocating policies to maximize higher education’s contributions to the state and its citizens.

Ohio’s College Credit Plus can help you earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses from community colleges or universities. The purpose of this program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wide variety of options to college-ready students. Taking a college course from a public college or university is free. That means no cost for tuition, books or fees. If you choose to attend a private college or university, you may have limited costs.  For more info go to www.ohiohighered.org/ccp 

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