Claire Kelly Named Semifinalist In Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Program
Kelly is a member of the National Honor Society, the PTHS Mock Trial Team, the distinguished Tilghman choir, and the a cappella women’s vocal ensemble Concordia. She serves as president of the Beta Club and is an Arts and Entertainment editor and photographer for the Tilghman Bell student newspaper.
She is active at the Market House Theatre and serves as President of the Maiden Alley Teen Scene board. She is a member of First Presbyterian Church.
Her parents are Robin and Keith Kelly.
Superintendent Donald Shively said, “Claire makes a positive impact at Paducah Tilghman, and more importantly, her outreach extends into the community. Tilghman has allowed her to follow her passions, and she has chosen to use those talents to benefit others. I am proud that she is among those recognized nationwide for her impressive body of work.”
The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Program was founded in 1989 to honor students who exhibit academic excellence, positive leadership, and dedication to service. The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation invests over $3,500,000 each year in deserving students who aspire to make profound differences in the world.