Fountain City high school senior named semifinalist in U.S. Presidential Scholars contest

Karter Domine is one of just 17 Wisconsin students advancing in the competition
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (WKBT) — A senior at Cochrane Fountain City High School has been named a semifinalist in the 2022 U.S. Presidential Scholars competition.

Karter Domine of Fountain City, who is one of just 17 Wisconsin students named Thursday, is a semifinalist in the Career and Technical Education category.

The Presidential Scholars Program, established in 1964, recognizes the nation’s most distinguished graduating high school seniors. From a pool of nearly 3.7 million students from across the country, 5,345 were identified as candidates for the program, and 620 semifinalists were selected.

A News 8 Now story Thursday listed Amara Lynn Livingston, who graduated from Cochrane Fountain City High School last year. She was a Presidential Scholar winner in 2021, indicating Cochrane Fountain City students’ track record in the program.

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