U.S. Army Reserve Scholars Athlete Awards – Certificate and Medallion
Lowland Credit Union Scholarship
George Spearman Memorial Scholarship Award - $500
Russell Proffitt Leadership Award - $500
Megan McGarel will be attending Notre Dame University in the fall and has also earned The Elks National Foundation Legacy Award totaling $4,000. This award is given to students who exhibit the cores values of the Elks National Foundation: knowledge, charity, community and integrity.
Surbhi Gupta and Nidhi Shah have received the University of Tennessee Volunteer Scholarship in the amount of $12,000. We also want to recognize Nidhi for attending the Governor’s School for Emerging Technologies this past summer.
Alison Krenzer and Jeanette Ramos also plan to attend the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and have earned the University Scholarship in the amount of $6,000.
Congratulations to each of you and I hope you do well on your AP Biology Exam.
Director’s Student Advisory Council
Dean’s Scholarship - $40,000
Academic and Athletic Scholarships - Varies
East Tennessee State University:
Honors Scholars – $60,000
Presidential Scholarship – $20,000
Provost Scholarship – $16,000
Academic Service Scholarship – $8,000
Walters State Community College:
Academic Performance Scholarships - $4,800
Foundation Scholarship - $7,000
Partial Foundation – Varies
Kelsey Enix - $500
Kathryn Evans - $500
Christopher Johnson - $500
Brandon Lawson - $500
Kelsha Maxwell - $500
David Sandstrom - $500
Tamora McLemore - $1200
Trojan Army Alumni Scholarship - $500
University of Tennessee ROTC Scholarship
U. S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athletic Awards
U. S. Marine Corps Scholastic Excellence Award
U. S. Marine Sempre Fidelis Award
Colgate-Palmolive Work-Based Learning Award - Certificate
Joe Spain, Jr.
Paul Peoples Scholarship Award - $500
DAR Good Citizen Award - $300
Hamblen County Retired Teachers Scholarship - $500
Anna Mae Bardwell
Bob Harbison Compassionate Youth Award – Trophy
Jackie Long Memorial Scholarship - $750
TSSAA A.F. Bridges Award - $1,000
Southern States Insurance Scholarship - $250
Citizen Tribune Journalism Award
Morristown Rotary Interact Scholarship - $750
Gary Brewer 4-H Scholarship - $500
Alcoa Foundation Sons and Daughters Scholarship Program - $6,000
Tuff-Torq Dr. Yamaoka Scholarship - $2,000
Scholarships from Tennessee Colleges and Universities
Christian Brothers University in Memphis
Christian Brothers University Scholarship Package - $72,000
Nashville Auto Diesel College
Nashville Auto Diesel College - $1,000
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Performance Grant - $4,000
University of Tennessee at Knoxville
University of Tennessee at Knoxville Chancellor’s Scholarship - $20,000
The University of Tennessee Scholarships
University of Tennessee at Knoxville Volunteer Scholarship - $12,000
University of Tennessee at Knoxville University Scholarship - $6,000
In addition Tylar Bullion has received a Jazz Scholarship in the amount of $4,000.
Academic & Athletic Scholarships from Other Colleges and Universities:
Brigham Young University in Idaho
Brigham Young University Idaho Award of Excellence - $850
Clemson University in South Carolina
Clemson University Out-of State Academic Scholarship - $60,000
Cheerleading Scholarship - $4,500
Notre Dame in Indiana
Notre Dame Old College Undergraduate Seminary Program Full Tuition Scholarship - $172,000
In addition, Ethan has received the Knoxville/East Tennessee Notre Dame Club Scholarship in the amount of $1,600.
Jack O. Pemberton Scholarship
Jack O. Pemberton Scholarship - $4,000
Tennessee Scholars Program
Anna Mae Bardwell
Perfect Attendance - Certificate
Grades 1-12 – Moriah McKinney
General Federation Women’s Club and Morristown Ladies Reading Circle
Job Performance Award
School for the Arts
Scientific Models & Data Analysis
Boys State – Garrett Salansky
Girls State – Cheyene Arnold
J. C. Freels Scholarships - $725
Wendy’s High School Heisman Award Program State Finalist - Certificate
TN Institute of Cosmetology Scholarship - $500
Alpha Delta Kappa Award - $ 500
Hamblen County Education Association Scholarships - $ 500
Hamblen County Nutrition Association Scholarship - $150
Would Mr. Moreland please come forward to present the Social Studies Awards?
AP European History
AP U.S. Government
AP U.S. History
AP Human Geography
Would Mrs. Sedlack please come forward to present the Math Awards?
Perfect ACT math score
End of Course exam prefect score
Tennessee Math Teachers’ Association competition at Carson-Newman College
Placing in the top 10 in Algebra I: Chad Owens - 6th place
Placing in the top 3 in Algebra I and earning a certificate of merit was:
Joseph Bass – 3rd place (We have been notified that Joseph’s score gave him an eighth place finish in the Regional Competition.)
Placing in the top 10 in Geometry:
Tory Wilder - 8th place
Austin Domenico – 6th place
Placing in the top 3 in Geometry and earning a certificate of merit were:
Anna Helms and Aiden Layer who tied for 3rd place
With a first place finish in Geometry, earning a certificate of merit and a $1000 Carson-Newman Scholarship was Martin Tan.
Placing in the top 10 in Algebra II: Lindsay Brown – 9th place
Rushi Chauhan– 7th place
Bhavin Patel – 6th place
Placing in the top 3 in Algebra II and earning a certificate of merit were:
Megan Horner and Jonathan Adams who tied for 2nd place
With a first place finish in Algebra II, earning a certificate of merit and a $1000 Carson-Newman Scholarship was
Placing in the top 10 in Statistics:
Virinchi Juttukonda – 7th place
Colette Julson – 4th place
Placing in the top 3 in Statistics and earning a certificate of merit was:
Samantha Herold – 2nd place
With a first place finish in Statistics, earning a certificate of merit and $1000 Carson-Newman Scholarship was
Placing in the top 10 in Pre-Calculus:
Sam Manning – 4th place
With a first place finish in Pre-Calculus, earning a certificate of merit and a $1000 Carson-Newman Scholarship is
Placing in the top 10 in Calculus:
Michael Wilder all tied for 7th place
Paige Seals – 5th place
Placing in the top 3 in Calculus and earning a certificate of merit was:
Michelle Tan – 2nd place
Pro2Serve Math Contest.
Fermat I exam
Fermat 2 exam
2011-2012 Morristown West High School Band Seniors.
2011-2012 Morristown West Senior Clinic Band Members
Halie Kennedy Lauren Madon
2011-2012 Morristown West Band Junior Clinic Band members
2011-2012 Morristown West Band All-East Jazz Band members
2011-2012 Morristown West Band All-State Band, Jazz Band, and Orchestra members
All-State Jazz Band:
John Phillip Sousa Award
Advanced SATB Choir
OUTSTANDING SENIOR AWARD
Concert Choir: Dave Sandstrom
Advanced SATB Choir: Kennedy Kyle
Women’s Choir” Michelle Fawver
Hannah Beth Moorhouse
Senior High Choir
Maggie Cook All-East and All-State Choir
Kennedy Kyle All-East and All-State Choir
Nolan Sexton All-East and All-State Choir
Kayla Smith All-East and All-State Choir
Outstanding All-State Award
Every year, the Drama Department awards students for outstanding performances. This highly coveted award is even more special to the winners because their peers make the selection. This year winners are:
Jeremiah Holt Best Supporting Actor (Jeremiah was third in the state for an original storytelling)
Danielle Richardson Best Supporting Actress (Danielle was in the one act and has won many awards for her Dramatic Interp performance)
Tyler Brotherton Best Actor (Tyler was in the all- star cast at districts this year and has won many awards for his Dramatic Interp performance)
Katherine Harville Best Actress (Katherine won best actress at districts this year and is nationally ranked for her Humorous Interp performance)
Also an award voted on by their peers is the outstanding debate award.
Kevin Kapoor is this year’s outstanding debater.
Tanner Terry is this year’s runner up outstanding debater.
The National Forensics League
Spencer Husk is the high point freshman with 171 points.
Kirk Wolff is the high point sophomore with 504 points.
Tanner Terry is the high point junior with 1,245 points.
Katherine Harville is the high point senior with 1,838 points.
Kevin Kapoor, Katherine Harville, Alex Dobbins, and Christine Jeter
Ashley Stein has been on the team for a year and a half. She has 39 NFL points and has earned her NFL pin.
Christine Jeter has been on the team for 2 years. Christine has 99 NFL points and has earned her emerald.
Corey Hinton has been in forensics for 3 years. Corey has 137 NFL points and has earned his emerald.
Alex Dobbins has been on the team for two and a half years. Alex has had great success with his duo this year and has 595 NFL points and has earned his double ruby.
Aaron Moore has been on the team for three years. Aaron has had tremendous success in Original Oratory and has earned a scholarship at WSCC to do forensics. Aaron has earned 734 NFL points and has earned his double ruby.
Sierra Noe has been on the team for three years. She is a successful debater claiming a quarter final award at the State Tournament. She has also been a tremendous leader of the debate team serving as a captain this year and has earned a scholarship at WSCC to debate. Sierra has 755 NFL points and has earned her triple ruby.
Preston Husk has been on the team for 3 years. He also is a successful debater claiming a quarter final award at the State Tournament. He has been a tremendous leader of the debate team serving as a captain this year and will be starting a debate team next year at Lincoln Memorial University. Preston has 875 NFL points and has earned his triple ruby.
Tyler Helton has been on the team for four years. Tyler has had success in Acting events, has been a finalist in Impromptu Speaking at the State Tournament all four years of his high school career and will continue his forensics career at Middle TN State University next year. Tyler has 1,162 NFL points and has earned four rubies.
Kevin Kapoor has been on the team for four years. Kevin will be representing the state of TN this summer in INDIANAPOLIS, IN at the National Tournament and is not only the NFL state champion in Public Forum Debate but is also the TN High School Speech and Drama League state champion. He has served this year as a debate captain. Kevin has 1,384 NFL points and has earned four rubies.
Katherine Harville has been on the team for four years. Katherine will also be representing the state of TN in INDIANAPOLIS, IN at the National Tournament. She is not her today because she qualified to compete at the Tournament of Champions in California. Katherine was second at National Qualifying and at the State Tournament and is nationally ranked with her humorous interp. She is our district best actress and is attending the University of Alabama on a full ride for forensics. She has served as a tremendous captain to the IE team and breaks the all- time NFL point record with 1,838 points. She may even break 2,000 by the time Nationals concludes. She is the first Morristown West recipient of a quintuple ruby.
This year West High had four students qualify for the National Forensics Academic All American. To qualify a student must have a GPA of 3.7 or higher, been in high school for a least 5 semesters, have 750 NFL points (or more), ACT score of 27 or higher and a character reference from the student’s coach and principal. We are proud to announce that Ross Colona, Preston Husk, Kevin Kapoor and Tanner Terry are this year’s Academic All Americans!
In addition to these seniors, several members are also state champions and others have qualified to the National Tournament this summer in INDIANAPOLIS, IN.
Tanner Terry, Kevin Kapoor, Kirk Wolff and Matt Kubis are co- state champions in Public Forum Debate.
Katherine Harville, Julio Salazar, Ross Colona, Tyler Holweg, Kevin Kapoor and Tanner Terry will be representing the state of TN at Nationals this summer.
The following students have demonstrated excellence in their own business department areas. When I call your name please come forward:
Keyboarding Christian Calfee
Keyboarding Lauren Madon
Web Page Design Mason James
Web Page Design Abby Pierson
Integrated Input Technologies Alec Gavin
Integrated Input Technologies Marcos Gomez
The Marketing Student of the Year is awarded to the student who has demonstrated exemplary dedication to the Morristown West Marketing Program.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE AWARDS
Cheyene Arnold – highest average and outstanding achievement in AP Spanish
Brenna Hosman – highest average and outstanding achievement in Mrs. Corn’s Spanish II classes
Michelle Tan – highest average and outstanding achievement in Dr. Bull’s Spanish II classes
Jeanette Ramos Highest average and outstanding achievement in Mr. Garlingtons Latin I and II classes.
FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES AWARD
This award is to recognize the top male and female student in Family and Consumer Science
Dough Boy Jeffery Goins
Dough Girl Nelly Reyna
WORK BASED LEARNING
This award is for outstanding character and work ethic in the work based learning program. These students were selected based on their dependability, punctuality, good conduct and consideration of others both on and off the work site.
Whitney Buhl and Tyler Owens CLUB AND ORGANIZATION AWARDS
Student Body officers:
President: Colette Julson
Vice President: Ross Colona
Historian: Taylor Ivy
Secretary: Javi Herrera
Senior Class officers:
Preisdent: Kevin Kapoor
Vice President: Nidhi Shah
Secretary: Raechel Jacobs
Treasurer: Carlye Hunsucker
Junior Class officers:
President: D.J. Gibson
Vice President: Kinley Porter
Secretary: Mattie Rogers
Treasurer: Hanna Brimer
Sophomore Class officers:
President: Kirk Wolff
Vice President: Julio Salazar
Secretary: Tessa Fries
Treasurer: Maggie Cook
Freshmen Class officers:
President: Gabby Davis
Vice President: Kaitlyn Rogers
Secretary: Tory Wilder
Treasurer: Sydney Helton
Would Mrs. Lott please come forward to present the Science Club Awards?
Winners of the Coca-Cola /WalMart recycle challenge for East Tennessee
Regional Science Olympiad Team please stand when I call your name and be recognized.
STATE SCIENCE OLYMPIAD TEAM
WEST SIDE STORY
The West Side Story newspaper staff received First Place for the American Scholastic Press Association. In addition, Taylor Odom, editor, placed first in the state for designing an ad for the TN High School Press Association competition.
The following students competed in the regional competition held on February 17 at Carson Newman College.
Jamie Afghani, 1st Biotechnology
Alyssa Ford, Rachel Forte, Kaitlin Lambert 5th Creative Problem Solving
Chandler Townsend 2nd Dental Spelling
McKenzie Hennessee 3rd Epidemiology
Brooke Carter, William Mitchell, Jeanette Ramos, Jack Starnes 5th HOSA Bowl
Caryn Osborne 4th Concepts of Healthcare
Alizay Mack 3rd Human Growth and Development
Sarah Massey 4th Nutrition
Kayla Cobble 4th Physical Therapy
Haruka Otsu 3rd Extemporaneous Health Poster.
HOSA State competition held April 16-18 in Nashville.
Reagan Frierson 1st Speaking Skills
Jamie Afghani 3rd Biotechnology
TROJAN SCHOLAR’S TEAM
Dekalb Leadership Award Mattie Rogers
Job Interview Competition Mattie Rogers
Floriculture Competition 1st Place Mackenzie Ellis