The Gatton Academy
1906 College Heights Blvd. #71031
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1031
September 6, 2016
Class of 2019 Application Opens
September 17, 2016
October 15, 2016
November 19, 2016
Infinite Possibilities Exist at
The Gatton Academy!
We're not typical high school students. Our junior and senior years are spent at Western Kentucky University taking college classes in math, science, and lots of other subjects. While many students are looking for their locker combination, we're searching for alternative fuels and a cure for cancer. We don't have an 8 a.m. bell or homeroom, but we'll finish high school with over 60 hours of college credit. Our home on campus is Schneider Hall, an awesome place to live and learn with friends. Best of all, as a student at the Gatton Academy, tuition, housing, and meals come at no cost to us or our families.
The Latest News from The Gatton Academy
For the second year in a row, The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science earned
second place in the Kentucky State Envirothon Competition, scoring the highest overall
on both the Wildlife and Aquatics exams.
Eighty-six students from The Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science
in Kentucky are involved in some form of summer learning. From research internships
to study abroad to robust community service projects, students are gearing up for
On Saturday (May 14), 58 students representing 38 counties from across the Commonwealth
of Kentucky were recognized during The Gatton Academy’s ninth graduation ceremony
in Van Meter Hall.
Eura Shin, a second-year student at The Gatton Academy, has received a funded summer
internship in Germany through a competitive, international scholarship.
The Washington Post has named The Gatton Academy a top-performing school with elite students for the
eighth consecutive year.
Seniors Megan Brown of Campbellsville, Corey Goodwin of Cadiz, Logan Nofsinger of
Louisville and Emma Saarinen of Shelbyville received nationally competitive scholarships
for immersive, critical-language study this summer in China, Moldova and Morocco.
The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky has selected 100 Kentucky
sophomores representing 50 Kentucky counties for the Class of 2018.
A team from The Gatton Academy won the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) West Kentucky
Regional Science Bowl on Feb. 27.
Gatton Academy senior Rachel Cooper (who came to Gatton from the Louisville Collegiate School) has been named the YMCA of Greater Louisville’s 2016 Black Achievers Youth Achiever of the Year.
The 6 seniors are Taylor Bowman, Linyue "Joy" Fan, Emily Keeter, Luci Keller, Malia
Latimer, and Seth Marksberry.
The 2015-2016 National Merit Finalists are Niven Achenjang, Linyue "Joy" Fan, Lucas
Knight, Kristen Pedersen, Leslie Pike, and Emma Saarinen.
Harsh Moolani, a second-year student from Owensboro, and Alexandra Wright, a second-year student from Union, were both honored by the Siemens Competition as National Semifinalists.
Several of our Academy Avatars, the official ambassadors, post blogs throughout the year, detailing events from move-in to graduation and many events in between.
Returning to Florence Schneider Hall
We will be will be returning to Florence Schneider Hall this Thursday, July 7 following the expansion of the building.
During the move of our offices, we will have limited access to our office phones and computers. Our phone numbers will remain the same, so if you need to reach us, please leave a message and we will return all messages as soon as we regain access to our phones and computers.
We expect to have everything reconnected early next week.
If you have any immediate concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your understanding.
The Gatton Academy?
There's nothing quite like experiencing the unique environment of The Gatton Academy first hand. For that, we host several Preview Weekends throughout the fall and winter. As you begin to explore The Academy as an educational opportunity, why not check out our admissions video? Gatton Academy students and staff members share their experiences with the program as we outline our community, the academics found here, research opportunities, and study abroad trips.
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