Hard work pays off for Canyon Crest seniors

Students recognized at Dollars for Scholars event

On May 18, 53 outstanding Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) seniors were recognized with scholarships from the CCA Dollars for Scholars program. The scholarship recipients were recognized for their achievements in a broad range of activities, honors and volunteer projects in their high school careers.

Aditi Trivedi received the Dollars for Scholars Principal’s Award, Rachel Hoffman and Amruta Trivedi received the Adria Horning Memorial Awards and Faith Vasquez was awarded the Esther and Bryant Burke Award.

Nicole Leonard and Matthew Voss received the Del Mar/Solana Beach Rotary Club Award, Nora King received the Ed & Eleanor Jacobs Memorial Award and Deven Klee was awarded the Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Award. The Pardee Construction Company Awards were presented to Savannah Dalton, Natalie Morris, Jeffrey Ni, Andy Ribner, Ashton Rosin and Perren Yang.

The CCA Dollars for Scholars Distinguished Awards were awarded to Tyler Baron, Nick Lawson, Matt Maretz, Kory Shaffer and Jordan Warburg.

The CCA Dollars for Scholars Achievement Awards were awarded to: Nicole Appleton, Danielle Barge, Seana Brooks, Katie Burgett, Molly Feder, Cameron Fleming, Aileen Flores, Mac Gorcy-Biblowitz, Aaron Haitin, Danica Hoeprich, Alexa Kern, Phil Korfin, Alaina Kral, Kai Kuspa, Gina Leaming, Judy Li, Michaela McGuigan, Gabriel Mandell, Megan Milder, Nicole Ortiz, Kathleen Qiu, Igor Raush, Kelsey Rhodes, Kelsey Roman, Colin Shanahan, Lauren Skeritt, Adriane Turner, Monica Wang, Alec Wilkens, David Wolosin, Yang Xiang, Shany Yeshanov and Brooke Zarouri.

Related posts:

  1. Scholarships awarded to 56 Canyon Crest Academy seniors
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  3. Canyon Crest hosts book sale fundraiser
  4. Girls in need benefit from work of Salon by the Cove
  5. Canyon Crest Academy tent sale deemed a success

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