LHS grad named Mt. Oread scholar
Lansing High School graduate Dana Marie Sanders, has been selected as one of 158 high ability, high achieving first-year students at the University of Kansas to be named a Mount Oread scholar.
New first-year students are invited to become a Mount Oread Scholar if they graduated in the top 20 percent of their high school class and received an ACT composite score of at least 28 or a minimum SAT score of 1,240.
The scholars work individually with an adviser in their field of interest, share class schedules to form study or discussion groups and enroll in relatively small classes taught by veteran faculty.
Sanders, who is studying pre-physical therapy, is the daughter of Brian and Christina Sanders.
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