The Advocate - Emily Charrier - 18 May 2017
Paying for tuition and books just got a little easier for 20 graduating seniors in the Woodrow Wilson feeder pattern. The teens were each awarded between $250-$10,000 in scholarship dollars from the Woodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation.
“The Woodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation is proud to continue in our tradition of assisting children graduating from Woodrow Wilson High School achieve their academic and career goals,” said Richard H. Vitale, president of the foundation, in a statement. “Since the inception of this program in 2009, the foundation has provided financial assistance to almost 100 students totaling over $155,000 in financial aid. We congratulate the 2017 recipients, and wish them continued success as they pursue their higher education goals.”
Below is a list of the talented recipients, their intended university and expected major. WANT MORE?
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