ZSC All-Ohio Academic Team

Introducing Zane State College’s 2019 All-Ohio Academic Team.


Douglas Brown is from Kimbolton, Ohio, majoring in Environmental Science, Safety, and Health. After graduation, Douglas plans to reenter the workforce and complete a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety. He is also a member of TRIO Student Support Services Program and Phi Theta Kappa.

 


Katherine Grace Loader is from Cambridge, Ohio, and is a College Credit Plus student majoring in Business Management. She plans to transfer to West Liberty University for a business-related bachelor’s degree. Outside of the classroom, Katherine serves on the varsity tennis team, violin, member of Christ’s Lutheran Church council, volunteer at Muskingum Valley Health Centers and the Ella Jewell Foundation. Other recognition include National Honor Society, Phi Theta Kappa, Deans List, 3-year Cambridge High School Academic letter winner.

 


Morgan Marie Martin
is from Zanesville, Ohio, majoring in Medical Laboratory. She plans to transfer to The Ohio State University and wants one day to be a cardiothoracic surgeon. Outside of the classroom, Morgan is an American Red Cross blood drive coordinator and a Camp Invention Leadership Intern. Other recognitions include Presidential Scholar and a Phi Theta Kappa member.

 


Alanah Marie Williams
is from Crooksville, Ohio, and is a College Credit Plus student majoring in Business Management. She plans to transfer to Muskingum University for a law degree. Outside of the classroom, Alanah participates in multiple community service activities, is a member of the National Honor Society, Phi Theta Kappa, Business Club, Varsity Cheerleading, Varsity Softball, Choir, Christians In Action, Spirit Club, Spanish Club, and All-American Cheerleader. Other recognitions include Outstanding Senior Award, Ohio Excellence In Youth Award, OHSAA Student Leader, Dean’s List, Muskingum Valley League Sportsmanship Award, Letterman Award, Scholar Athlete, Principal’s List, Muskingum Valley Honorable Mention, Student of the Month, and Recognized by the Perry County Chamber of Commerce for Leadership Skills.