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Michael Holman

Lasallian Scholars Director
513.741.2339
mholman@lasallehs.net

Lasallian Scholars Institute News


La Salle High School Seniors Introduced to the Lucrative, Challenging, and Rewarding Career of Manufacturing

Click here to read the story from Definity Partners.   They are one of our many corporate partners supporting La Salle and the Lasallian Scholars Institute.

For more information on Definity Partners, visit definitypartners.com

Congratulations to LSI Junior Joey Amend for acceptance into TAP MD program
Congratulations to La Salle Junior Joey Amend for being accepted in the prestigious TAP MD program.  Joey is one of 41 local high school juniors that will be participating the the program over the next year.  The full article can be found at cincinnati.com.

Business Courier Insert
The Cincinnati Business Courier has a four-page insert on this week's issue all about La Salle High School building talent and preparing students for the future.  Click here to view the insert.

Bumpus '15 earns Honda-OSU Math Medal Award
Matthew Bumpus '15 has been selected to be a recipient of the Honda-OSU Math Medal Award at a special ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 1 at General Electric Aviation's Learning Center in Cincinnati. Matthew is 1 of only 230 high school seniors selected in Ohio.

Ben Merk named National Merit Finalist
Ben Merk has been named a National Merit Finalist.  Ben has been very involved with LSI, Signum Fidei and Pray Hope Believe Foundation made in his brother's, Tony, memory.  The full news story if available by clicking here

Three La Salle teachers recognized as tops in profession
Today's new little known fact: The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Schools have only nine recognized Master Teachers at the high school level. La Salle has THREE of them.

LSI students experience the finance industry
Click here to learn more about the partnership and experience based learning our LSI Scholars received from the professionals at Ultimus Fund Solutions

Press Release from Johnson Investment Counsel on LSI
Click here to read the press release from Johnson Investment Counsel regarding their experience with the young men from the Lasallain Scholars Institute.

La Salle High School's class of 2014 top 10 have outstanding achievements
Click here to read the Cincinnati.com article on their achievements

LSI Seniors Achieve National Merit Finalist Status
Click here to read the article.

Applications
To apply for the Lasallian Scholars Institute, complete the standard application for admission and be sure to mark  that you are applying for LSI on the top page.  Applications for admission to the Scholars Institute must be submitted by December 7.

  

Lasallian Scholars Institute Junior Selected for Prestigious TAP MD Medical Program.

Joey Amend, Class of 2016, was selected by Cincinnati MD jobs as one of 41 local high school juniors to be accepted into the TAP MD program.  The program is designed to help exceptionally talented high school students “tap” into their potential to fulfill careers in medicine.  The program began in 2011 through the Greater Cincinnati Health Council. The program begins in January and lasts one year, allowing the high school students to explore potential careers in healthcare through observation and hands-on activities. Students visit area healthcare facilities throughout the year to watch live procedures, including surgeries and MRIs. They are even invited to try their hand at some minor tests and practice other procedures on dummies.

Medical partners for the program include organizations such as Christ Hospital, Cincinnati Children’s Center for Simulation and Research, TriHealth, UC Health and the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.

Just over 100 students have been selected for the program since 2011.  In order for students to be selected, they must exhibit strong academic skills and have a minimum ACT score of 29 or SAT score of 1300.  Students must also exhibit high motivation to succeed, dependable behavior and a positive attitude.

Amend ranks 7th out of 183 in his class, with a weighted GPA of 4.16.  His awards include Academic All Star, Honor Roll, French Academic Achievement, and Lancer Scholastic All-star Award.  Joey has over 75 hours of community service with various agencies such as Santa Maria Child Mentor and tutoring at North Elementary.

“The LSI seminars gave me first-hand experience to see the education and training that was needed for different medical fields.  It grounded my interest in the field of neuroscience,” says Amend.  “Through the TAP MD program, I will be able to build on my interest in medicine and surgery.”

“Joey has really taken advantage of the LSI experiential-based learning opportunities,” says Mike Holman, Director of the Lasallian Scholars Institute.  “He is highly motivated and we are excited to see him gain such recognition through his acceptance into this program.”

The Lasallian Scholars Institute is a four-year program that adds an unprecedented learning experience to the already rigorous academics of honors-level students by providing extensive career and college pathway exposure through experiential, company-sponsored and college-facilitated learning. It is designed specifically to provide real-world opportunities for top-tier, motivated students by forming industry partnerships in the fields of Engineering, Global Business, Healthcare, and Information Management and Technology as well as other professional areas. Students learn in-depth career information, inside information about Cincinnati-based employers, and connect with and learn from some of the most qualified individuals in specific industries.

Congratulations Matt Bumpus, recipient of the Honda-OSU Math Medal Award.



Matthew Bumpus, La Salle Class of 2015, has been selected to be a recipient of the Honda-OSU Math Medal Award at a special ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 1 at General Electric Aviation's Learning Center in Cincinnati. Matthew is 1 of only 230 high school seniors selected in Ohio.

Matt also has the opportunity to apply for a $3,000 scholarship at The Ohio State University College of Engineering. A renewable scholarship opportunity that is offered only to Math Medal recipients.

Congratulations Matthew!

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