Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

KCU News

February 19, 2014

Two named to KCU President's List

Feb. 19, 2014 — Melissa Langstaff and Tyler Flaugher have achieved the honor of being named to the President's List at Kentucky Christian University for the 2013 Fall semester. The President's List is granted to full-time students who earn a grade point average of 4.0.

Melissa is the child of Kris and Debbie Langstaff of Findlay Ohio, now of Grayson. Melissa is a 2013 graduate of East Carter High School and majors in Counseling Psych and Bible at KCU.

Tyler is the child of Dwight “Ike” and Debbie Flaugher of Grayson. Tyler is a 2012 graduate of BAVEL (Barren Academy of Virtual and Expanded Learning) and majors in Pre-Pharmacy and Pre-Med and Bible at KCU.

Kentucky Christian University, located in Grayson, is a regionally accredited, private institution offering bachelors and masters degrees in a variety of programs.

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