King College recruits students for Performing and Visual Arts programs01.14.2006
Bristol, Tenn. — Local high school students have recently accepted Performing and Visual Arts scholarships to attend King College.
Logan Renee Gillen, a John S. Battle High School senior, has accepted a vocal music/accompaniment scholarship. Jared Kessee, a Patrick Henry High School senior, has accepted a vocal music scholarship. Andrew Cumbow, a senior at Bristol Tennessee High School, has accepted a vocal music scholarship. Courtney Proffitt, a senior at Holston High School in Damascus, Va., has accepted a vocal music scholarship.
King College is a private, comprehensive college founded in the Presbyterian tradition, offering more than 80 majors, minors, concentrations and pre-professional programs. For more information about King College, click here. King College does not discriminate against academically qualified students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, age, or without regard to disability.
Shown with Jared Kessee, seated, is Patrick Henry Choral Director Shea Clay. Standing are Jared's parents, Bill and Missy Kessee; King College assistant professor of music, Mark Bays; and Jared's grandparents, Billy and Barbara Kessee.