Kathy Lehr learns more about one local approach that has school systems from around the nation looking to Cincinnati as a model for improving student achievement and success beyond high school.
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The winner of the prestigious LaRosa's ''Female High School MVP of the Year'' Award.
Heather Mitts, St. Ursula Academy Class of 1996 - Arguably the greatest soccer player - female or male - in Cincinnati high school sports' history, Heather Mitts is also only the second athlete in Cincinnati history to win a gold medal in two different Olympiads.
Michael Bell, Moeller High School Class of 1993 - Picking up where his brother David left off, Michael Bell powered the Moeller Crusaders to their third Ohio State baseball championship.
Ron Russo, Colerain High School, 1984-Current: Ron Russo has clearly established himself as the preeminent girls' running coach in Cincinnati history.
David Bell - Moeller High School Class of 1990. The oldest of the Bell Brothers, David had the distinction of becoming the first-ever third-generation professional athlete in Cincinnati sports history joining grandfather, Gus Bell, and father, Buddy Bell.
Alice Sparks has been dedicated to her mission of improving the quality of education in Kentucky for many years and in many different ways.
Barbara Kellar talks with Debbie Oliver who is the co-founder of The Women's Committee of Cincinnati Riverfront Park. The new Cincinnati Riverfront Park will be an amazing addition to our urban park system and will become the front yard of Cincinnati.
Michael W. Hawkins has been a labor and employment attorney for nearly 40 years, yet during that time he has made time to mentor others and work in Cincinnati and across the globe to improve the lives of people of all races and economic strata.
A native Cincinnatian, Dr. Stanley M. Kaplan has a passion for Cincinnati -- and for the arts, education and giving back to his community.
Barbara Kellar talks with Allison Raisor and Lisa Desatnik about the 41st Annual Appalachian Festival.