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Student will make school history at graduation


Newsroom Coordinator

A Meade County High School student is going to make school history at graduation. Logan Corbin will be the first MCHS student to earn an Associate in Arts degree while still enrolled in high school.

Because Corbin’s graduation from ECTC is on May 10 and his high school graduation occurs on May 28, he will have a college degree before graduating high school.

Corbin also received the KASBO Scholarship, which is a $2,500 scholarship that’s only given to three graduating seniors in the state.

He says that he plans to attend Lindsey Wilson and major in business administration, potentially to become a stockbroker or an accountant.

Meade County Superintendent Mark Martin says that the district has grown tremendously over the years in the opportunities they offer students. In 2015, MCHS seniors graduated having earned 744 college credits. In 2020, seniors earned 1,497 college credits. Martin said that he and the district are proud of Corbin.

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