Pendleton Heights High School Class of 2020

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State/Community Scholarships and Awards

American Society of Military Comptrollers — Graduating Senior Scholarship ($1,000): Danielle Tinsley

AMVETS: Cade Campbell, Wyatt Weaver, Tyler Patterson, Ali Kinder

Brenda Ketring Memorial Scholarship: Averi Lanman, Nathan Spencer

Daughters of the American Revolution: Emma Caldwell

Indiana Chapter United Post Masters and Managers of America ($1,000): Iziah Schill

Madison County Master Gardeners Association — Horticulture Scholarship ($2,000): Alex Nelson

NineStar Connect: Evan Bobb

Pendleton Heights High School Choral Booster Association: Emma Caldwell, Alex Hardin, Lacey Barnett, Ashley Gibson, Lauren Gamache

Pendleton Kiwanis Club — Volunteer Service Award: Jillian Youtsey

Pendleton Kiwanis Club — Achievement Award: Sarah Fendel, Kaleb Alumbaugh, Hannah Aley, Zachary Nelson

Tri Kappa of Pendleton — Merit Scholarship: Kylie Clevenger, Connor Hendrickson, Elayna Sisson

U.S. Marines Distinguished Athlete Award: Clayton Britt, Aubree Dwiggins

U.S. Marines Scholastic Excellence Award: Daniel Aker, Emma Caldwell

U.S. Marines “Semper Fidelis” Award for Musical Excellence: Mackenzie DeShong

U.S. Air Force Math and Science Awards: Austin Davis, math; Jackson Long, science

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6904 Scholarships (Hancock County Community Foundation): Daniel Aker

The following scholarships are recognized through the efforts of Madison County Community Foundation:

Madison County Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Finalists: Evan Bobb, Emma Caldwell, Austin Davis

Madison County Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Recipients: Anna Childers, Isabel Taylor

Robert E. Campbell Scholarship

Stephen Hamer Memorial Fund Scholarship

John T. Kiely Medical Scholarship

The following students received scholarships through Madison County Community Foundation:

Hannah Aley, Evan Bobb, Austin Davis, Jackson McKinney

The following scholarships are recognized through the efforts of South Madison Community Foundation:

Andrew D. Shoup Memorial Scholarship, Arabian Wrestling Club, Charles L. Godsey Memorial Athletic Scholarships, Don Henderson Citizenship Award, Elizabeth Edmundson Memorial Scholarship, George H. Fesler FFA Scholarship, H. Ross and Elizabeth Jackson Memorial Scholarship, Howard L. and Elva Fern Simmerman Memorial Scholarship, Jack and Helen Hobbs Memorial Scholarships, Jefferson House Memorial Scholarship, Jennifer C. Fox Memorial Scholarship, Jeremy Rodecap Memorial Scholarship, Jessica D. Henson Memorial Scholarship, Jill D. Mollenkopf Memorial Scholarship, JKL Science Scholarship, Julie “MamaBaer” Baer Memorial Scholarship, Kelson L. Lineberry Memorial Scholarship, Kevin Carey Memorial Scholarship Fund, Lions Club of Pendleton — Don Kulp Memorial Scholarship, Lions Club of Pendleton Scholarships, Pendleton Heights High School Memorial Scholarship, Peter Gorga Football Scholarship, Randolph Fraternal Order of Police, Raymond L. and Anna V. Bulen Scholarship, Ruth Willard Memorial Scholarships, Spencer Click Spirit Award, Tyler J. Hatheway Memorial

The following students received scholarships through South Madison Community Foundation:

Kaleb Alumbaugh, Macy Bell, Dakota Benson, Jenna Blackwell, Evan Bobb, Cade Campbell, Anna Childers, Kylie Clevenger, Austin Davis, Jason Doudt, Katie Duncan, Sarah Fendel, Delaney Gillespie, Alyssa Hall, Luke Hargrave, Aubrey Helpling, Kerrigan Isaacs, Leah Kahana, Neeli Kasdorf, Kate King, Jackson McKinney, Maggie Miller, Dalton Mollenkopf, Jared Mossoney, Alexander Nelson, Zachary Nelson, Karli Norton, Madisen O’Dell, Megan Porter, Robert Reynolds, McKenzie Richardson, Ashley Ritchie, Tristan Ross, Elayna Sisson, Miller Smith, Nathan Spencer, David Stahly, Wyatt Weaver, Caige Williams

College/Academic Scholarship Recognition

Adrian College: Dalton Mollenkopf — Bass Fishing Scholarship

Anderson University: Hannah Alley — Edwards Merit Scholarship ($64,000), Madison County Scholarship ($24,800)

Anderson University: Jackson Long — Edwards Merit Scholarship ($64,000), Madison County Scholarship ($24,800), President’s Academic Scholarship ($20,000), Honors Program Scholarship ($2,000)

Ball State University: Sydney Davis — Presidential Scholarship ($22,000)

Ball State University: Aubrey Helpling — Presidential Scholarship ($22,000)

Ball State University: Iziah Schill — Presidential Scholarship ($22,000), Legacy Scholarship ($2,750)

IUPUI: Wyatt Weaver — Jaguar Excellence Award ($20,000)

Indiana State University: Jillian Youtsey — University Honors Scholarship ($36,744)

Indiana State University: Jenna Blackwell — Academic Distinction Scholarship ($10,000)

Indiana Tech: Connor Hendrickson — College of Business Top Leaders Award ($64,000)

Indiana University (Bloomington): Daniel Aker — Provost Scholarship ($32,000), IU Hutton Honors Scholarship ($8,000)

Indiana Wesleyan University: Emma Robison — Swimming Scholarship ($28,000)

Manchester University: Caige Williams — Director’s Scholarship ($48,000)

Marian University: Averi Lanman — St. Francis Academic Scholarship ($26,000)

Northwestern Oklahoma State University: Katie Beth Duncan — Rodeo Scholarship

Purdue University: Alex Nelson — Presidential Scholarship ($16,000)

Summit Salon Academy: Julia Burkhardt — Get Inspired Scholarship ($3,000)

University of Saint Mary: Lauren Gamache — Blue and Gold Scholarship ($52,000), Wrestling Scholarship ($10,000), Choir Scholarship ($12,000)

Vincennes University: Robbie Reynolds — Academic Honors Diploma Scholarship ($1,250)

Athletic Awards and Scholarships

Red Haven Award Nominee: Anna Childers

Student Athletic Council Members: Cade Campbell, Anna Childers, Kamden Earley, Alyssa Hall, Emma Robison, Tristan Ross

PHHS Five Letter Plaque Winners: Clay Britt, Cade Campbell, Anna Childers, Austin Davis, Aubree Dwiggins, Kamden Earley, Katie Ferguson, Maverick Hamilton, Alyssa Hall, Kirby Hess, Brennan Jones, Ally McCambridge, Megan Mills, Karli Norton, Tristan Ross, Zach Sanford, Hattie Sebastian, Nate Spencer, Danielle Tinsley

PHHS Nine Letter Blanket Winner: Alyssa Hall

School Department and Club Awards

FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

Advanced Child Development Award: Grace Petty (junior), Alexis Selg (junior) and Marin Girt (junior)

Intro to Child Development Senior Award: Autum Wimmer

Fashion and Textiles Senior Award: Betsy McKinney

Housing and Interior Design Senior Award: Sydney Davis

TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

Communication Technology Outstanding Student: Joseph King

Computers in Design and Production Outstanding Students: Kaleb Alumbaugh, Aaron Wolfe

Civil Engineering and Architecture Outstanding Students: Anna DeFouw, Autum Wimmer

Introduction to Engineering Design Outstanding Students: Sam Renner, Danielle Tinsley, Ashley Goyer

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT

Agriculture Power and Structure Technology Top Student: Alex Nelson

Agriculture Dependability Award: Gunner Boone

Commitment to the Future of Agriculture Award: Miller Smith

FFA State Degree Recipients: Gunner Boone, Baylie Merritt, Jared Mossoney, and Miller Smith

W.E.E.M. AWARDS

Stephen M. Cherry Award: Kaleb Alumbaugh

Ernest E. Miller Award: Emily Brown, John Jones

PERFECT ATTENDANCE

Angela Magaletti

Zachary Nelson

Class Officers and Student Council

Freshman: President — Isabelle Simons; Vice President — Chole Goins; Secretary/Treasurer — Chloe Erdos

Student Council members: Kameron Kail, Moumita Islam

Sophomores: President — Will Bluel; Vice President — Logan Jones; Treasurer — Andrew Davidson; Secretary — Ryland Mills

Student Council members: Sylvia Bobb, Chloe Bell, Kayleigh Edmundson, Boyne Chen, Allyson Simpson, Cayden Sisson, Faith Bluel, Bailee Hilpisch, Rayne Baldwin, Maggie Jenkins, Katie Greene, Kasey Cruse

Juniors: President — Jack Hudson; Vice President — Emma Weflen; Secretary/Treasurer — Katie Martin

Student Council Members: Leah Manges, Olivia Link, Lindsey Weddle, Lauryn Hopkins, Gracie Addison, Avery Cook, and Kaitlyn Wheetley

Seniors: President — Emma Caldwell; Vice President — Anna Childers; Treasurer — Isabel Taylor; Secretary — Manesha Carter, Jackson McKinney

Student Council Members: Jillian Youtsey, Karly Riffey, Laikyn Conner, Makenzie Grigsby, Aubrey Helpling, Ashley Goyer, Sophia Fonacier, Amelia Meiers, Jenna Blackwell, Evan Bobb, Elayna Sisson, Kylie Clevenger, Sarah Fendel, Wyatt Weaver, Abigail R Jacobs, Demonte Brooks, Ashley Gibson

Academic Honor Organizations and Highest Awards

AP Scholar (Students who scored 3 or higher on three or more Advanced Placement exams)

Evan Bobb, Austin Davis, Sydney Davis, Ashley Goyer, Abigail R Jacobs, Averi Lanman, Jackson Long, Jackson McKinney, Caleb McVey, Kai Moore, Parker Smith, Camden Tomey, Jillian Youtsey

AP Scholar with Honor (Students who scored an average of 3.25 on all Advanced Placement exams taken, and scored 3 or higher on four or more of these

Anna Childers, Kyle Colvin, Leonard Dixon, Connor Hendrickson, Joshua Lamb, Cameron Midero, David Miley

AP Scholar with Distinction (Students who scored an average of 3.5 on all Advanced Placement exams taken, and scored 3 or higher on five or more of these)

Daniel Aker

Valedictorian / Salutatorian Candidates — Class of 2020

Daniel Aker, Austin Davis