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Dunbar product Wang receives scholarship during finals of Distinguished Young Women competition

Amy Wang of Lexington was a multiple scholarship award winner during the 60th Distinguished Young Women National Finals. The scholarships were presented to competitors who received the highest scores based on an evaluation of their high school academic record and standardized test scores.   Following a selection process that began in her home state, Wang traveled to Mobile, Ala. along with 50 other...

Paul Laurence Dunbar senior Amy Wang named Distinguished Young Woman of Kentucky

Amy Wang of Lexington, Kentucky was named the Distinguished Young Woman of Kentucky and awarded $6,300 in cash scholarships during a statewide scholarship program for high school girls held in January at the Singletary Center for the Arts in Lexington. Wang is a senior at Dunbar High School and has been accepted at Harvard University. She is a Kentucky Governor’s Scholar and was also selected for...

Tates Creek High International Baccalaureate students take third in Future Problem Solving

Cesar Garcia , left, Adam Childress, Gavin Holiday and Kylie Russ placed third in the global issues senior division of the Future Problems Solvers International competition. (Photo from Tates Creek High School)   By Tammy L. Lane Special to KyForward   A Tates Creek High School team excelled at the Future Problem Solving Program International’s June conference at Iowa State University...