Associate degrees

Boone County Students Earn High School Diplomas and Associate’s Degrees at the Same Time

Nine Boone County students earn high school diplomas and associate degrees at the same time

Nine Boone County high school students earned their associate’s degrees while graduating this year. Students earned college credits at Gateway Community and Technical College while in high school. The students attended the university for half a day at the GCTC Florence/Union campus. Courses count toward associate’s or bachelor’s degree requirements and will transfer to any public two- or four-year college in Kentucky. These students are Savannah Cole, Conner High School; Spencer Grome, Cooper High School; Kathryn Justice, Cooper High School; Caitlin Morris, Boone County High School; Courtney Payne, Conner High School; Shelby Reinert, Cooper High School; Bettie Tippett, Boone County High School; Anissa Wagenlander, Cooper High School; and Regan Warford, Conner High School.

Nine Boone County high school students earned their associate’s degrees while graduating this year.

Students earned college credits at Gateway Community and Technical College while in high school.

The students attended the university for half a day at the GCTC Florence/Union campus.

Courses count toward associate’s or bachelor’s degree requirements and will transfer to any public two- or four-year college in Kentucky.

These students are Savannah Cole, Conner High School; Spencer Grome, Cooper High School; Kathryn Justice, Cooper High School; Caitlin Morris, Boone County High School; Courtney Payne, Conner High School; Shelby Reinert, Cooper High School; Bettie Tippett, Boone County High School; Anissa Wagenlander, Cooper High School; and Regan Warford, Conner High School.