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CU offers summer camps in music, Kids College, theater, communications, football, softball and worship

Is your child interested in music? Or theater? Or what about softball, football, worship and a variety of other topics? Campbellsville University offers several summer camps that give youngsters an opportunity to explore these options.

During June and July, different camps are being offered to expose youth and highschool students to the various topics on the campus of Campbellsville University.

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Technology Fair 2015 Details

The annual technology fair--which features cash prizes for students and teachers--is scheduled for May 18.  The deadline to enter is May 8.  Checkout the details at the link on the left or at http://www.hart.kyschools.us/Content2/490.

Cub Run Students Win at State STLP Competition in Lexington

 

Cub Run students participated in the state STLP competition in Lexington on March 26.  Abigail Waddle placed 1st in Middle School Game Design for the third year in a row!!  Kaleigh Fish placed 1st in the Racing to the Future Slot Car Design Competition!  Other students that competed at the state competition include Emma Smith, Hailey Thompson, Ethan Chenoweth, Blake Thompson, Macy VanMeter, Aaron Fox, Cesselly Gibson, Chris Richardson and Rebekah Waddle.

Congratulations!!

Cub Run Robotics Team Wins at Regional RCX Competition!!

The Cub Run Robotics Team competed at the Regional RCX Competition in Louisville, KY on March 14.  Our RoboRaiders Team consisting of Cesselly Gibson, Chris Richardson, and Rebekah Waddle placed 2nd, and our RoboCubs Team consisting of Ethan Chenoweth, Aaron Fox, Macy VanMeter, and Blake Thompson placed 3rd.  Both teams qualified for the state competition in Lexington.  Our Live Programming Team consisting of Connor Thompson and Nick Richardson took 1st Place!  Coaches are Ginger Kessinger and Alicia Estes.

Congratulations!!!

Mary Jo Young DUAL CREDIT Scholarship Application Available Online

This scholarship is available to students who will be sophomores, juniors and seniors during 2015-2016.  If you are interesting in taking a dual credit scholarship next year, please apply for this scholarship opportunity.  It could pay for up to two dual credit courses each semester.  If awarded, you could earn up to 12 college credit hours at no cost!  

Go to https://www.kheaa.com/website/kheaa/mjyoung?main=1

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