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KHS Senior Recipient of Franklin B. Walter Award

Posted on: April 5, 2022
Picture of Doug Leist, Renee Perpignan, Lindsay Six and Greg Sears
Kings High School senior, Renee Perpignan has been named a recipient of the 7th annual Franklin B. Walter Scholarship Award.
Recipients of this scholarship are selected by virtue of their academic achievement, personal accomplishments, and community service. In Warren County, each district’s recipient is awarded a $500.00 scholarship from Warren County Educational Service Center. A teacher/mentor is recognized by the student and those individuals are awarded a $250.00 stipend to be used for classroom/school use. Renee's chosen mentor is Kings High School Spanish teacher, Lindsay Six.
Renee is the daughter of Gregory and Kunhye Perpignan. She has maintained a 4.86 weighted grade point average while in high school and will graduate having earned 33.25 credits while taking some of the most rigorous academic classes offered including 10 Advanced Placement and 15 Honors classes; which is more than any student in this year's senior class.  
Not only is Renee an amazing academic student, but she is also a member of the National Honor Society, was a high school cheerleader, and participated in Drama Club all while performing in the Honors Symphony Orchestra for all four years. Renee is still undecided on which college she will attend this fall but has received several offers with generous packages. 
The Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award was established in 1989 by Ohio’s County Superintendents to recognize student achievement and promote academic accomplishment. One senior from each of Ohio’s eighty-eight counties receives this prestigious honor each year.
Congratulations to Renee on this prestigious honor! 
Pictured L-R: KHS Principal, Doug Leist, Renee Perpignan, KHS Spanish teacher, Lindsay Six, and Kings Superintendent, Greg Sears.