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GCPS Class of 2017: Nineteen Gwinnett seniors honored as QuestBridge Scholars

19 QuestBridge Scholars named in GCPS

GCPS Class of 2017: Nineteen Gwinnett seniors honored as QuestBridge Scholars

May 10, 2017

     Nearly two dozen Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) seniors will have their entire college career paid in full after being named QuestBridge National College Match Recipients. QuestBridge is a non-profit organization that links high-achieving, low-income students to some of the nation’s most selective colleges. The 19 recipients are part of a group of only 767 students nationwide honored this year. The Gwinnett QuestBridge Scholars and the colleges they plan to attend are:  

QuestBridge Scholar
College/University
High School
Runako Campbell
Princeton University
Archer High School
Ethan Cano
Northwestern University
Archer High School
Caleb Kim
Yale University
Archer High School
Erduana Omeragic
Emory University
Archer High School
Patrick Osaseri
Haverford College
Archer High School
Christopher Saroza
University of Chicago
Collins Hill High School
Marie-Emmanuelle Tano
Pomona College
Dacula High School
Obumneme Osele
Northwestern University
Discovery High School
Carina Walton-Roberts
University of Notre Dame
Grayson High School
Ketsia Zinga
Columbia University
Grayson High School
Jyot Batra
Yale University
Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology
Doan Bui
Washington & Lee University
Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology
Elhadji Diop
Rice University
Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology
Aditya Santoki
Duke University
Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology
Mikala Bashale
Emory University
Meadowcreek High School
Andreea Boaca
Princeton University
Mill Creek High School
Imane Mabrouk
Princeton University
Norcross High School
Meron Amariw
Northwestern University
South Gwinnett High School
Cleon Beckford
Northwestern University
South Gwinnett High School


     QuestBridge partners with colleges that offer generous financial aid packages that cover 100% of demonstrated financial need, making them very affordable for low-income students. The organization matches the students with its partner colleges, 38 of the nation’s premier universities. 

     For more information, visit www.questbridge.org. Members of the news media who wish to interview student winners, can coordinate with the school district’s Department of Communication and Media Relations by calling 678-301-6020.

 

 

 

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