Granville Girl Nominated To Be Considered For Naval Academy

Date posted - December 19, 2015

cap and diploma_sxcGranville, Iowa — A Granville girl is one of 42 Iowa students who has been nominated by Senator Joni Ernst to be considered for appointment to one of the United States Service Academies.

According to Senator Ernst, Caroline Ascherl of Granville was nominated for consideration to appointment to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.  Ascherl is a 2015 graduate of MOC-Floyd Valley High School, who is currently studying in Rhode Island.

Other northwest Iowans nominated by Senator Ernst include:  Peter Eckard of Milford, and Cole and Glenn Hackbarth of Spirit Lake, all of whom were nominated for consideration to the Naval Academy.

Ernst says she’s honored to nominate so many outstanding young leaders throughout the state who excel in the classroom and in their communities.

With Senator Ernst’s nomination, each student is one step further in the extremely competitive admissions process for the U.S. Military Academies.

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