Laura Paule Southwest Senior High School Throughout her high school years, Laura committed herself to academic performance, extracurricular and community service activities. Since the beginning of her freshman year, she started taking challenging AP and Dual Enrollment classes, which placed her in the top one percent of her school. She was a member of several.. read more →
Elisia Lopez Southwest Senior High SchoolIn high school, Elisia challenged herself to take AP classes starting freshman year and was in the top ten percent throughout her time at Southwest. She was inducted as a member of NHS in tenth grade and was an NHS treasurer during her senior year. She was also on the.. read more →
Andrea Quintero Southwest Senior High School While in high school, Andrea worked her way up from regular courses to Advanced Placement courses and was accepted in many clubs such as the Eco Club and the Davinci Society. Since freshman year in High School, she ranked in the top ten percent and graduates at the top.. read more →
Nadine Ramirez Southwest Senior High School Nadine has always been an extremely involved student in and outside the classroom. Her passion for helping others led for her to be the president of The Da Vinci Society her senior year, and by dedicating her time to focusing the events of her club around the environment and.. read more →
Cosette Pulido Southwest Senior High SchoolCosette Pulido has been a diligent AP and gifted student during her high school years achieving a 5.8 weighted GPA. She has accumulated 450 community service hours volunteering at Miami Children’s Hospital and assisting in many health walks and food drives with the Da Vinci Society. She has also been.. read more →
Andres Eduardo Diaz In his junior year attending Florida International University, Andres is pursuing a degree in Biology and possibly Communication Arts as well. He has taken various leadership roles throughout the FIU community such as Panther Camp facilitators, Peer Mentor, Morale Captain for Dance Marathon and several others. Apart from being involved on campus,.. read more →
Elianet Perez will be attending Florida International University. Elianet has been involved with Da Vinci Society, Italian Club, and Art Honor Society. She is also a first generation college student in her family and is grateful that Anthony’s Light scholarship will aid in her college expenses. Elianet has also volunteered as a student counselor at.. read more →
Hunter Hewitt will be attending University of Miami and is interested in majoring in Biology. His high school activities range from being treasurer of the Social Studies Honor Society to being part of the Varsity soccer team. Hunter is the president of Operation Help Haiti and a volunteer at Baptist Hospital. He is also a.. read more →
Amanda Diaz De Arce will be attending Miami Dade Honors College and pursuing a degree in Education. This young woman is in the top 10% at Southwest and has received the President’s Volunteer Service Award. Amanda is also recognized as a Silver Knight Nominee. She has been highly involved with mission trips to Ecuador and.. read more →
- 19 Apr 20182017/2018 Scholarship RecipientLaura Paule Southwest Senior High School Throughout her high school years, Laura committed herself t...
- 20 Oct 20172016/2017 Scholarship RecipientsElisia Lopez Southwest Senior High SchoolIn high school, Elisia challenged herself to take AP classe...
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