Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced the winners of the 2018 Take Action Video Contest, which was open to Ohio high school students. For the contest, high school students were asked to create a 60-second video about one of the following telemarketing-related topics: the National Do-Not-Call Registry, dealing with illegal robocalls, and using technology to stop unwanted calls. Attorney General Yost congratulated the following winners: First place: Melissa Farthing from the Medina County Career Center will receive a $2,500 college scholarship for her video “Just Hang Up: Robocall PSA” Second place: Rebecca Haywood from Copley High School will receive a $1,500 college scholarship for her video “Homework Call” Third place: Gracie Bennett from Notre Dame Academy will receive a $1,000 college scholarship for her video “Keep Your Time and Information Safe – Register Today!”
Copley High School is committed to increasing its college admissions and placement rate and ACT profile and will host this intensive, six-hour seminar for our students for just $39 each on Wednesday, February 6, 2019. The price includes the seminar, a comprehensive workbook, unlimited access to online testing and assessment, and free, live, call-in tutoring prior to each national administration of the ACT. Similar programs range from $199 to $300 per student. Don’t miss this opportunity to provide a best-in-class instructional and informational opportunity for your student. Because all junior class students are required to take the ACT later in February, we highly recommend this seminar. Click "Learn More" for registration information. If you have any questions, please contact us at 330-664-4822.