Hamilton County Students Earn Academic Awards At Maryville College

Friday, May 31, 2019

Two Maryville College students from Hamilton County received awards at the college’s annual Academic Awards Ceremony that was held April 6 on the campus of the liberal arts school.

Anna Dieter, a theatre studies major from Signal Mountain, received the Bates Forensics Drama Award, which is awarded to the most outstanding senior in drama, and is a 2015 graduate of Signal Mountain High School.

Kennedy Hardnett, a freshman criminal justice major from Hixson, was recognized for outstanding achievement in Japanese, and is a 2018 graduate of the Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts.

Maryville College is in Maryville, and is a nationally ranked institution of higher learning that successfully joins the liberal arts and professional preparation. The college is celebrating its bicentennial in 2019.


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