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QuestBridge honors 17 Gwinnett graduates as National College Match Scholarship recipients

GCPS Class of 2019's QuestBridge Recipients named

QuestBridge honors 17 Gwinnett graduates as National College Match Scholarship recipients

May 20, 2019

     More than a dozen Gwinnett County Public Schools 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 17 recipients are part of a group of only 1,044 students nationwide honored this year. The Gwinnett QuestBridge Scholars and the colleges they plan to attend are:

First Name

Last Name

Matched School

High School

Ewunet

Endalk

Duke University

Archer High School

Rosie

Ho

University of Notre Dame

Archer High School

Gideon

Ogunwale

Brown University

Archer High School

Angel

Osaseri

Princeton University

Archer High School

Leslie

Le

William and Mary College

Brookwood High School

Kimkim

Dang

Colby College

Collins Hill High School

Melissa

Juarez

Columbia University

Collins Hill High School

Doug

Yoo

Duke University

Collins Hill High School

Kirsten

Whitley

Brown University

Dacula High School

Kayla

Dixon

Colby College

Duluth High School

Tariq

Bolden

Vanderbilt University

Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology

Gabriella

Osifo

Scripps College

Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology

Joseph

Zhang

Stanford University

Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology

Briani

Netzahuatl

Columbia University

Mountain View High School

Matthew

Castrillon

Rice University

Parkview High School

*One student asked not to be included on the list.

++Another student matched to a partner university but decided to attend a school that does not participate in the QuestBridge program.

     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, 40 of the nation’s premier universities. 

     For more information, visit www.questbridge.org. Interviews with student winners can be coordinated with the district’s Department of Communication and Media Relations by calling 678-301-6020.

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