A number of seniors from the CHS Class of 2020 have received special recognition and scholarships.

Calhoun Schools said, "We’d like to congratulate all of our college-bound seniors on all their accomplishments throughout their time at Calhoun County Middle-High School and acknowledge the unique set of challenges and circumstances our seniors had to endure this final year of school."

A list has been released of all seniors who will be attending college and/or receiving scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year and possibly beyond.

The 2020 class has collectively earned over 500 hours in early college credit.

46 Graduates have reported intentions of continuing their education at 9 different schools across the state of West Virginia.

Due to this years’ circumstances, some colleges, universities, and scholarship funds have not fully reported.

21 Graduates have reported as accepting merit-based scholarships or grants, totaling over $94,250.

All financial/merit-based scholarships and grants for all graduate’s total over $370,000.

26 Graduates have reported going directly to work full-time after graduation.

School officials said students have managed to achieve great things.

See   CCMHS Senior Scholarships

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