Santa Fe graduates all college-bound

Santa Fe Christian Schools bid farewell to the class of 2009 on June 5. Of the 86 seniors who graduated this year, 100 percent are going to college, said Director of Admissions Vicki O’Rourke. The seniors are also heading to the colleges of their choice with more than $6.1 million in scholarships.

Related posts:

  1. Santa Fe Christian grads make decisions
  2. Five Santa Fe Christian students qualify as National Merit Scholars
  3. MIT grad shares insight into college scholarship process
  4. TPHS scholars get dollars for college
  5. CCA scholars will be recognized May 14

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