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Seven CCHS Students Accepted to MSU's Commonwealth Honors Academy

Seven CCHS Students Accepted to MSU's Commonwealth Honors Academy

Seven students from Calloway County High School have been accepted to the Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) at Murray State University.

Students who attend CHA receive a 4-year full tuition scholarship to MSU, in addition to 6 hours of college credits.

The Commonwealth Honors Academy is a three-week academic enrichment experience held every June on MSU's campus. Students live on campus while they take college-level honors classes and participate in fun activities and seminars to grow personally and socially.

Applicants must be high school juniors with a minimum 3.5 grade point average and a 25 composite score on The ACT Test.

Pictured (L to R) are Lydia Crawford, Grace Barnes, Trey Ward, Cuyler McDaniel (waitlist), Addison Pervine (waitlist), Brooklyn Swatzell, and Kaylee Tharp