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Recent graduates receive $74.5 million in aid, accepted at more than 200 schools, colleges


United College at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland is the destination for recent Fayette County Public Schools alumni. Prince William and Kate Middleton met at St. Andrews while attending university. (Photo from commons.wikimedia.)

United College at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland is the destination for recent Fayette County Public Schools alumni. Prince William and Kate Middleton met at St. Andrews while attending university. (Photo from commons.wikimedia.)

 
The 2,262 seniors who graduated from Fayette County Public Schools in May 2013 have reported more than $74.5 million in scholarship offers to further their education.
 
The latest alumni of Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Paul Laurence Dunbar and Tates Creek also have been accepted at more than 200 universities, colleges and technical schools in 38 states, Washington, D.C., and three other countries.
 
Lafayette High School graduates received the lion’s share of scholarship monies with $24,118,856 tallied. Henry Clay graduates received $16,930,698, Paul Laurence Dunbar graduates received $15,682,619, Bryan Station graduates received $9,174,576 and Tates Creek graduates received $8,633,542.
 
Graduates going overseas for university are headed to Japan, England and Scotland. Students entering universities in the U.S. are headed this fall to places like Appalachian State, Brigham Young, Carnegie Mellon, Duke, Harvard, Northwestern, Rice and Stanford among scores of others. To see a detailed list of schools Fayette County Public Schools alumni are going, click here.
 

For questions, call the district’s High School Services office at 859-381-4233.
 
From FCPS


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