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Apr 21, 2016
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Named to Craft Academy
Woodford County High School students McKenna Jobe, daughter of Susie and Ben
Stivers of Versailles, and Jeff Jobe of Glasgow, and Gloria Mullins,
daughter of Chris and Hope Mullins, were named to The Craft Academy for
Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University for its
Class of 2018.
The Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics will meet the
unique educational needs of academically gifted and talented high school
juniors and seniors in the commonwealth. A college-level curriculum will
allow students to finish high school while also completing up to two years
of university coursework. It will offer a residential college experience and
environment to promote innovation and creative enterprise, developing the
full potential of the state's brightest minds and most promising future
In addition, the Craft Academy will offer unique, project-based STEM+X
courses that will enrich educational experiences and develop competencies in
entrepreneurship and innovation, design and creativity, and civic and
Students will live on campus designed for high school aged students. The
facility will have meeting and social space and be staffed 24/7. Counselors
and advisors also will be available.
Students were selected based on ACT and SAT scores, academic grades from
their first two years of high school, interest in advanced STEM careers,
responses to application essay questions, interview by the Academy selection
committee and recommendations from teachers and others who can attest to the
student's need and preparedness for the program.
At the end of the two years, students will have earned as much as 60 credit
hours, finished high school and have the opportunity to further their
education at MSU or transfer to any other college/university in Kentucky or
Additional information on the Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and
Mathematics is available by calling Dr. Christian at 606-783-9025.