Three students at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School have received highly coveted invitations to the Tennessee Governor’s Schools and one student has been named alternate.
Andrea Ahn, a sophomore from Auburn, Ala., was accepted to the Governor’s School for Arts in music at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) in Murfreesboro. Vanessa Moss, a sophomore from Sewanee, was accepted to the Governor’s School for Arts in theatre program at MTSU. Ethan Evans, a junior from Sewanee, was chosen to attend the Governor’s School for Humanities at the University of Tennessee, Martin.
The State of Tennessee provides twelve summer programs for gifted and talented high school students. These programs provide challenging and intensive learning experiences in these disciplines: Humanities, Sciences, Arts, International Studies, Scientific Exploration of Tennessee Heritage, Prospective Teaching, Emerging Technologies, Engineering, Information Technology Leadership, Agricultural Sciences, Computational Physics, and Scientific Models and Data Analysis. The program, room and board are free to the participants and they may receive college credit.