Sponsored in part by John Murray, previous Chairman of the Board, College Ready Now
The national scholarship was awarded to Quincy from DeMatha Catholic High School in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Quincy plans to attend Hofstra University and major in Computer Engineering, Gaming & Design.
Bronx, NY: sponsored by Signature Construction Group, MB Ronan Consulting, Ken Blacklow, Oliver Chase, and John E. Osborne
- Michelle plans to attend Clark University and study French and gender studies.
- Ruthie plans to attend Binghamton University and study biology.
- Mamadou plans to attend Boston College and prepare for medical school.
- Nyad plans to attend New York University and study nursing.
- Ricardo plans to attend SUNY Albany and study business
- Jaynel plans to attend Ursinus College and study psychology.
Gary, IN: sponsored by Bay Point Capitol, John Reed, David Ramsey and others
- Endeah from Lighthouse College Prep Academy (LCPA) plans to attend Purdue University and study pharmacy.
Indianapolis, IN: sponsored by Patterson Horth, Halstead Architects, Cox, Sargeant, & Burns, and Daedalus Projects
Five scholarships were awarded to five Indianapolis Lighthouse Charter School College Prep Academy graduates.
- A’Marus plans to attend University of Southern Indiana and study biochemistry and/or prepare for medical school.
- Joselin plans to attend Hanover College and study communications and business.
Pictured left: Patterson Horth’s Tim Horth, A’Marus, Joselin, and Patterson Horth’s Mark Thomas.
- Bre Annah Nunn plans to attend Indianapolis University and study creative writing.
Pictured Left: Halstead Architect’s Mike Halstead and Bre Annah
- Felicia plans to attend Indiana University and study nursing.
- Crystal plans to attend Ball State University and study criminal justice.
Pictured Left: Marius, Felicia, College Ready Now Executive Directors Mike Ronan, Crystal and Joselin
Jacksonville, AR: Sponsored by Brownlee Construction, Nabholz, Wilson Family Foundation, and Wittenberg Delony & Davidson Architects
Five scholarships were awarded to five Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter School College Prep Academy graduates.
- Christa plans to attend University of Arkansas Little Rock and study computer engineering.
- Shaundraya plans to attend Hendrix College and prepare for medical school.
- Jaida plans to attend the University of Central Arkansas and study kinesiology
- Zachary plans to attend University of the Ozarks and study biology.
- Courtney plans to attend Southern Arkansas University and study game design.