Several Heritage Hall students were recently honored.
Heritage Hall senior Alina Wilson is one of 15 recipients of the Bryan Cameron Education Foundation Cameron Impact Scholarship. There were 2,500 applicants this year for the four-year, merit-based scholarship that covers the full tuition and educational expenses at the recipients' collegiate institutions of choice. Selection criteria included: Positive engagement in community service, strong leadership qualities, involvement in extracurricular activities, strong academics and a passion for making a tangible and positive impact in the greater community and world.
The Heritage Hall Chorus was represented at All-State recently by middle school students Amber Banks, Emilee Chard, Kaitlyn Marks and Addison Littlejohn; andupper school students Jacob Townsend, Aneirin Truong, Noah McAdams, Jacob Livesay and Sukanya Bhattacharya. Music directors David Hillis and Cristi Miller accompanied the students.
Heritage Hall Lower School students Cole Huelskamp and Carson Phelps earned first- and second-place finishes in the Red Ribbon Essay Contest. During a recent Charger Shine assembly, the boys were recognized by Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame President Mike James.
Heritage Hall senior Emily Tompkins recently became the school's fifth-consecutive recipient of the Col. John Starke Sr. chapter's Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen's award, recognizing dependability, service leadership and patriotism.
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