Scott County High School’s 2020 Begins with Notable Student Achievement

Editor Release


 Scott County High School students are making a number of great achievements in and out of the classroom. Recently, varied groups of students performed with great success, representing the school with pride. 


  The Kentucky State Beta Convention, a conference held for the high achieving students of Beta Club, brought many victories to the students. These individuals won ten awards representing SCHS and have been invited to continue onto the National Beta Convention in Fort Worth, Texas. 


Neyati Patel, Erin Luckett, Reagan Oliver, and Diana Alvarado 

2nd place Marketing and Communications


Joanna McGill 

1st place Language Arts 11th grade


Alexa Dziatkowski 

3rd place Language Arts 12th grade 

5th place Jewelry


Abby Nelson 

3rd place Color Photography


Reagan Oliver 

2nd place Poetry


Allie Viney 

4th place On-Site drawing 

5th place Drawing


Diana Alvarado 

2nd place Spanish


Sophia Vetter-Ryan 

4th place mixed Media Art


Select students of Scott County High School’s Choir performed under a rigorous audition process to earn the title of Sr. High All-State Musician. It was an intense event where they worked with world-class conductors and the other top choral musicians from around the state, preparing for a concert at the Kentucky Center for the Arts.  This was a life-changing experience for many students.


Our KMEA Sr. High All-State Choir Members:

Baker, Joseph – 10th

Browning, Hannah – 12th

DeMoor, Rebecca – 12th

Eifert, Sean – 12th

Garrison, Samuel – 12th

Hadaway, Eleri – 12th

Haywood, Cooper – 10th

Hillard, Isaac – 12th

Holt, Austin – 12th

Jackson, Lukas – 11th

Johnson, Coffman – 12th

Karr, Cody – 12th

Lingerfelt, Genny – 12th


In addition, the following 9th Grade students will participate in the KMEA Jr. High All-State Choir, on February 5th and 6th. Their concert will take place on Thursday evening at the Kentucky Center for the Arts.

Ferguson, Rachel – 9th

Skibo, Charlie – 9th

Schindler, Will – 9th


SCHS Academic Team competed in the KAAC District Governor’s Cup at Frankfort High School on Saturday.  These students placed in their testing areas and will be moving on to Regionals in February.  


Griffin Tetreau

 5th Science


Tristin Black

2nd Social Studies


Joanna McGill

 2nd Language Arts


Elyza Gogol

 3rd Composition