USD 231

The Kansas State Scholarship is designed to assist financially needy students in the top 20-40% of Kansas high school graduates who are designated as state scholars during the senior year of high school. Completion of the Kansas Scholars Curriculum is one component of the scholarship requirements.

The GEHS Class of 2022 has 33 students who have met these high standards and are now recognized as Kansas State Scholars. Along with the required curriculum, the students are listed below and will be recognized during the Seniors Honor Night and during the GEHS graduation ceremony.

Congratulations to these outstanding scholars!!

Ahsens, Robert

Babcock, Lindsey

Beane, Ryan

Boggs, Savannah

Bunch, Hannah

Cochran, Lindsay

Coffelt, Josephine

Dewey, Carter

Elley, Taylor

Garden, Abigail

Gordon, Kyndall

Haney, Joy

Holle, Jackson

Hulse, Hannah

Keeler, Kasen

Kellogg, Chase

Kepler, Lilly

Kilgore, Jacob

Majstorovic, Luka

Matlock, Carson

Moore, Blake

Neddersen, John

Nokes, Loudon

Pemberton, Jamie

Pittman, Lillian

Pruetting, Harley

Salinas, Isabella

Schutze, Emily

Singer, Jack

Soileau, Elyea

Strick, Patrick

Weyand, Joseph

Wootton, James

Required Curriculum

English - 4 years
One unit to be taken each year. Must include substantial recurrent practice in writing extensive and structured papers, extensive reading of significant literature, and significant experience in speaking and listening.

Mathematics - 4 years
Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and one unit of advanced mathematics-- suggested courses include: Analytic Geometry, Trigonometry, Advanced Algebra, Probability and Statistics, Functions or Calculus. Completion of Algebra I in 8th grade is acceptable for the Kansas Scholars Curriculum.

Science - 3 years
One year each in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, each of which include an average of one laboratory period a week. Applied/technical courses may not substitute for a unit of natural science credit.

Social Studies - 3 years
One unit of U.S. History; minimum of one-half unit of U.S. Government and minimum of one-half unit selected from: World History, World Geography or International Relations; and one unit selected from: Psychology, Economics, U.S. Government, U.S. History, Current Social Issues, Sociology, Anthropology, and Race and Ethnic Group Relations. Half unit courses may be combined to make this a whole unit.

World Language - 2 years
Two years of one language. Latin and Sign Language are accepted.