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Ten students get special delivery of acceptance to Thomas More, delivered by Pres. Armstrong

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Making a special deliver to Ryle High School -- TMC President David Armstrong,  Saints Mascot "Tommy Mo' and their team go to Ryle High School with good news.

Making a special delivery — TMC President David Armstrong, Saints Mascot “Tommy Mo’ and their team go to Ryle High School with good news.

Receiving a college acceptance letter is one of the most thrilling milestones for a high school senior.

On Thursday, Thomas More College made that moment all the more special for ten seniors from six area high schools, by delivering acceptance letters in person.

Thomas More College President, David A. Armstrong, J.D., along with the V.P. for Enrollment Management, Christopher Powers, PhD, traveled to Dixie Heights, Boone County, Ryle, Covington Latin, Newport Central Catholic, and Simon Kenton High Schools to hand deliver the good news.

The ten students visited this afternoon, were among the first students accepted for the class of 2021 at Thomas More College.

TMC President Armstrong, 'Tommy Mo' and Simo Kenton senior Kendal Burns, one of ten students getting special delivery acceptance notices.

TMC President Armstrong, ‘Tommy Mo’ and Simon Kenton senior Kendal Burns, one of ten students getting special delivery acceptance notices.

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