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Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Highlands College and Career Counselor Recognized for Helping Students in Transition

Highlands college and career counselor Trinity Walsh received an award for outstanding service to students from the Kentucky Association of College Admissions Counseling.

 By Robin Gee, City Council Beat Editor

Earlier this year, the Kentucky Association of College Admissions Counseling awarded Highlands High School counselor Trinity Walsh, the Caroline Quire Service Award, for her work in helping students make college and career goals and decisions.

Walsh received the award at the organization’s annual conference in Lexington and was recognized by the Fort Thomas Independent School Board at its June meeting.

The Caroline Quire Award recognizes an outstanding high school guidance counselor who has demonstrated service and contributions to the profession of counseling students in transition. Quire, who passed away in 2005, was an exemplary counselor and leader within the organization and the field.

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The board members thanked Walsh for continuing the strong tradition of Quire and other leaders in her profession.

Pointing to school board member Ann Meyer, Walsh said feels the reason she received the award was the training she’d received by some of the best school counselors, as well as the support the entire counseling staff has received from the board and school leadership.

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