Elizabeth Hart, a student at Dublin Scioto High School, is among the 2011 Students of Integrity Scholarship recipients.

Elizabeth Hart, a student at Dublin Scioto High School, is among the 2011 Students of Integrity Scholarship recipients.

The awards are given by the Better Business Bureauís Center for Character Ethics. The program recognizes central Ohio high school students who personify high character through leadership, community service and overall personal integrity and academic accomplishments.

Hart will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

Lauren Dergentis, a Watterson High School freshman, is one of 24 students nationally honored in the annual Holy Childhood Association Christmas Artwork Contest. Winners were chosen from more than 10,000 entries submitted by elementary school children in Catholic schools, religious education and home-school programs throughout the United States.

Dergentis was an eighth-grade student at St. Brigid of Kildare School in Dublin when she entered the contest.

Twenty-three winning drawings will be reproduced as HCA Christmas e-greetings on the HCA website at www.hcakids.org. The artwork of the grand prize winner will be reproduced as the official 2011 Christmas card of the Pontifical Mission Societies in the United States.

A representative of the Diocese of Columbus missions office will acknowledge Dergentisí accomplishment at the school on Dec. 8. A Mass will be celebrated for the 24 winners and their families on Dec. 9 in Washington, D.C., where the artwork will be displayed during Advent and Christmas.

Sells Middle School has announced its Super Star Shamrocks for November.

They include Trevor Grady, Faisal Siddiqui, Alex Werth, Abby Crowe, Alexandra Orzo, Eric Cornwell, Grace Gallo, Katsumi Ibaraki, Michael King, Caleigh Littlefield, Zariyah Robinson, Camden Scott, Morgan Gray, Nari Johnson, Wiley Phelps, Nitya Jacob, Grace Johnston, Ryan Kelly, Clare Proctor, Emma Sopko, Nick Soulas, Dean Strup, Jeffery Traverse, Kyra Behr, Neil Grismore, Jakaria Hossan, Shad Muhammad, Jackie Tu, Taichi Uchida, Jon Watson, Brittany Guarasci, George Kyle, Brandon Ludke, Shanita Mustafa, Michelle Do, Ellie Hackett, Ellie Heneman, Hannah Lehmkuhl, Kip Leveridge, Andrew Pitts, Michael Washbush, Najah Abdullah, Ethan Baskes, Deborah Battagani, Ehab Hassouna, Haewon Kwon and Kodai Morifuji.