Holmes High School senior Kyndall Miller has been awarded a full scholarship to the University of Louisville.
She is the recipient of the Brown Fellows Scholarship, which is designed to support students’ unique personal, academic, and career goals while producing outstanding ambassadors for the state of Kentucky. It is open to students with a 29 ACT or 1330 SAT and 3.5 grade point average.
Kyndall has a 4.5 GPA and scored 29 on the ACT. She participates in the prestigious International Baccalaureate program, a demanding two-year curriculum that meets the needs of highly motivated students completing university-level work while in high school. Kyndall is also a member of the Holmes marching band. She plans to double major in Criminal Justice and Social Work at Louisville.
The scholarship award includes full tuition, room, board, and an allowance for books. Ten Fellows are selected each year. In addition, each fellow may apply for funding from the Brown Foundation to support their individual enrichment plan.