Six Students Selected for Alabama Governor’s School
Lucy Gardner ’22, Olivia Honeycutt ’22, Joseph Katz ’22, Catherine Kung ’22, Addy Miller ’22, and Andy Schwebel ’22 have been accepted to the Alabama Governor’s School.
The Alabama Governor’s School, established in 1987, is a summer residential honors program funded by the State of Alabama and Samford University. The School provides academic, creative, and leadership experiences for a limited number of rising high school seniors who have demonstrated exceptional ability and achievement in their studies.
Indian Springs’ college advising office nominated these candidates based on the criteria provided by the Alabama Governor’s School. A panel of distinguished educators screens all nominations and selects students to accept to the program.
The Alabama Governor’s School has canceled its programming for this year due to Covid-related restrictions. However, accepted students are still encouraged to list this honor on their college applications and scholarship applications.