Monthly Archives: June 2011

Stay Up-to-Date on the Arts

Want to know more about upcoming GC art exhibitions, gallery receptions, and community arts and cultural events?

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By |June 19th, 2011|eNewsletter|Comments Off

Chris Gaither Gives Collins High Another Great GC Connection


Chris Gaither ’07 has his dream job now as the head basketball coach at the still new Martha Layne Collins High School in Shelby County – and the Georgetown College connections are many.

He actually did meet the former Kentucky governor (for whom the school is named) a couple of times after transferring to Georgetown […]

By |June 17th, 2011|eNewsletter, News|Comments Off

Your Support Earns GC the 2010-11 National Top College Web Site Award

Tiger nation is a far reaching source of pride and dedication to the school and athletic programs Georgetown College has to offer. This large and passionate fan base is very important to the tradition of success.

By |June 15th, 2011|eNewsletter, News|Comments Off

GC Salutes 2 Key Educators in Fayette County!

Two educators with GC connections were named to prominent positions in the Fayette County Schools system in the past few days – Tom Shelton, superintendent, and Mike Henderson, Bryan Station High principal. And both have daughters at GC who are majoring in Elementary Education!

By |June 15th, 2011|eNewsletter, News|Comments Off

GC Robot Camp has Japanese Theme

Hurry! There are a few spots left in the five-day GC Robot Camp for middle schoolers that begins Monday. Register online by close of business Friday for “Destination Japan” – a topical theme with what happened earlier this year with the tragic earthquake and tsunami.

By |June 14th, 2011|eNewsletter|Comments Off