Batavia Schools are proud to share that two recent BHS graduates have been named in the 2012 Clermont County Fair Royalty. Students from all over the county participate in this prestigious event that culminates at the opening night of the fair. 2012 graduates Sophie Enriquez and Cody Schott were crowned as the Queen and King of the Fair on Sunday, July 22. The Royalty are chosen through a lengthy process including an application, private interview and on-stage question. Their duties include working many of the fair events, presenting prizes, and representing Clermont County on a state level.
Enriquez plans to attend West Virginia University with a major in Music Education. While at Batavia, she participated in Mock Trial, Band, Academic Quiz Team, Interact, Student Council and Basketball. She was a member of the Stonelick Shamrocks 4-H Club for 12 years and took many 4-H projects, such as Dairy Goats, Beef Cattle, Creative Writing and Cooking. Enriquez was also a member of Junior Fair Board.
Schott will attend Northern Kentucky University and focus on Media Informatics. He participated in Band and Cross County while at Batavia. A member of the Fabulous 4-Hers, Schott took Dairy Goats, Pygmy goats, rabbit, hogs and general projects. He was also active as a 4-H camp counselor and member of Junior Fair Board.