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High school seniors banked $12,724,584 in scholarships and money through the KEES program, an increase of nearly a $1 million from a year ago.
“Clearly, students are looking ahead and planning appropriately for their future,” said Bullitt County Public School Superintendent Keith Davis. “It is exciting to see the combination of scholarships and KEES money grow annually. I see this as a validation of the hard work of our students and teachers and the opportunity to attend college is one of the keys to an economically stable future.”
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