Chattanooga Student Recognized During Tusculum's Honors Convocation

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Student excellence in academics and service were recognized during Tusculum College’s annual Honors Convocation Thursday, April 28.

Megan Buczek of Chattanooga was presented two awards. Ms. Buczek received a Senior Honor Key Award in special education modified and comprehensive. Senior Honor Key Awards are presented to students who have earned a 3.25 grade point average or higher in their major, shown achievement and aptitude in the major and possess strong character.           

She was also the recipient of the Bonner Leaders Program Award. The honor recognizes a student within the student service organization who has exhibited exemplary long-term dedication to the six keys of the program – community building, civic engagement, diversity, international perspective, social justice and spiritual exploration.


Cleveland City Schools Activities For The Week Of Sept. 22

Bryan College Honors Dr. Augustine Asir

Adel Parambath Attends Joint Science And Technology Institute


George R. Stuart Elementary hosts Take Your Parent to PE Week . Parents are invited to join their student in PE on Monday and Tuesday during school hours. Promoting an active lifestyle is a goal ... (click for more)

Bryan College recognized Dr. Augustine Asir for 50 years of full-time ministry and 20 years of partnership with Bryan College. A lifelong native of India, Dr. Asir is the founder of Word to ... (click for more)

Adel Parambath of Chattanooga was one of 35 high school students attending the Joint Science and Technology Institute, an educational opportunity to expand his knowledge and experience in science, ... (click for more)


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Cleveland City Schools Activities For The Week Of Sept. 22

George R. Stuart Elementary hosts Take Your Parent to PE Week . Parents are invited to join their student in PE on Monday and Tuesday during school hours. Promoting an active lifestyle is a goal of PE. If we can involve our families and not just our students, we know that being active will become important for everyone! Click here for more information contact Mindy Kiser, 423-476-8246, ... (click for more)

Bryan College Honors Dr. Augustine Asir

Bryan College recognized Dr. Augustine Asir for 50 years of full-time ministry and 20 years of partnership with Bryan College. A lifelong native of India, Dr. Asir is the founder of Word to the World, an evangelistic ministry to the socially neglected people of India with over 200 Indian missionaries serving in nineteen of India’s 36 states and territories. Over the last two ... (click for more)

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