Congratulations to Kiara Campos, Andrew Keck, Anastasio Nunez, Abdulellah Saleh, and Kyla Worrell on their acceptance into the Indiana University's Groups Program. Last year West Noble High School sent two students to Indiana University's Groups Program. This year five seniors have been accepted from WNHS. This is an impressive feat for a high school with a projected graduating class in the neighborhood of 135 seniors. All five students will have the opportunity to attend Indiana University next year and benefit from tuition scholarships, free summer classes, tailored advising, and tutorial support. The IU Groups Program is for seniors that are seeking to be first-generation college students and have financial need. Campos and Worrell have an interest in studying in the medical field and Saleh is interested in dentistry. Nunez wants to study business, while Keck has an interest in biology and chemistry.