Canyon Crest Academy student receives Junior Seau Foundation scholarship

Junior Seau congratulated the recipients of his Foundation’s Scholars of Excellence Program with an awards ceremony at the Irwin M. Jacobs Qualcomm Hall on Aug. 3. Twenty-five recipients were selected from 283 applicants from San Diego County who were awarded scholarships totaling $107,500. Local recipients this year included:

NFL Charities $2,500 Scholarship: James Stafford (Canyon Crest Academy).

Related posts:

  1. Canyon Crest Academy Foundation kicks off ‘$50K for CCA’ college fund raffle drawing
  2. Canyon Crest Academy Foundation’s Black Envelope fundraiser helps keep CCA ‘In The Black’
  3. Canyon Crest Academy Dollars for Scholars
  4. CCA scholars will be recognized May 14
  5. Canyon Crest Academy student wins county-wide essay contest

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