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INSIGHT camp visits campus for 17th straight year

students standing on a staircaseMorehead State welcomed 24 students from the Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) to campus June 3-7 for the 17th annual INSIGHT camp.

INSIGHT is a collaboration between MSU, the Kentucky Office for the Blind, Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB), the Kentucky Education Development Corporation (KEDC) and the KSB Charitable Foundation. The program is in its 17th year at MSU. The program is offered to students who have completed the 10th, 11th or 12th grade and gives them a real-world college experience, including living in a residence hall, attending academic classes, and practicing orientation and mobility skills in a campus environment.

For more information about INSIGHT, contact Program Coordinator Connie Hill at

To learn more about Disability Services at MSU, visit

Photo Caption: Students from the Kentucky School for the Blind attended the annual INSIGHT Camp on MSU’s campus this week.

  • Pictured in the front row, left to right, are Abri Sanders from Lexington and Audrie Lee from Mayfield.
  • Row two, l-r: Emily Martinez from Lexington and Valerie Alvarez from LaGrange.
  • Row three, l-r: Gabby Keene from Shelbiana and Taeveon Burks from Louisville. Row four, l-r: Sarah Boyd from Langley.
  • Row five, l-r: Cameron Jones from Louisville and Landon Smith from Radcliff.
  • Row six, l-r: D.J. Johnson from Vanceburg and Jesse Miracle from Middlesboro.
  • Row seven, l-r: Caleb Robinson from Shelbyville and Annalisa Stevenson from Louisville.
  • Row eight, l-r: John Burns from Louisville and Emmanuel Gray from Danville.
  • Row nine, l-r: Sadie Hardy from Louisville, Peyton Peskoe from Louisville and Emily Lowe from Louisa.
  • Row ten, l-r: Liz Apparcel from Lexington and Christian Morgan from Hyden.
  • Row 11, l-r: Braxton Rackey from Blackey, Braedon Robinson from Shelbyville and Tyler Crabtree from Fleming-Neon.

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