Edmonds seniors earn scholarships
The Edmonds Public Schools and Alumni Foundation announced their annual scholarships last week, with several students from Edmonds-Woodway and Meadowdale high schools earning money for college.
The Foundation awarded $63,000 in scholarships to 36 students.
“We are proud to support our students in their higher education efforts,” said Executive Director Deb Anderson in a press release. “Our mission has been to raise funds to maximize the personal, creative and academic potential of students in the Edmonds School District - and we are doing just that.”
Kyle Brooks, a senior at Edmonds-Woodway earned a $5,000 scholarship from the Hazel and Morris Miller Memorial Scholarship. He will be attending the University of Oregon in the fall.
Anna Matteucci and Abiel Zweolday both earned $2,000 Hazel Miller Scholarships. Matteucci will be attending the University of Idaho, while Zewolday will attend the University of Washington.
Kendal DeVries and Chikodinaka Ezeokeke of Meadowdale also earned $2,000 Hazel Miller Scholarships. DeVries will attend Chapman University, while Ezeokeke will go to the University of Washington.
Pretoria Bragg, who goes to Edmonds Heights K-12, earned the $1,000 Barbara Escandon Future Teacher Memorial Scholarship. Bragg will attend Edmonds Community College.
Meadowdale senior Henry Turner earned the $1,000 Ron Fraser Memorial Scholarship. Turner will be attending Skidmore College.
Abel Teklemariam earned the $1,000 Gromko Family Scholarship and will be attending Columbia University.
Courtney Gu of Edmonds-Woodway earned the Eda I. Harless Memorial Scholarship for $1,000 and will attend the University of Pennsylvania.
The Machester Family Building Trades Scholarship, for $1,500, went to Edmonds-Woodway's Gloria Evstatieva and Thomas Maxson. Evstatieva will go to Western Washington University, while Maxson plans to attend the University of Washington.
Trisha Spicer, of Edmonds Heights K-12, earned the McIntosh Family Vocational-Technical scholarship for $1,500 and plans to attend Edmonds Community College.
The EPS & AF General Scholarship for $1,500 went to Meadowdale's Ciaran Ball, who will attend Simon Fraser University, while classmate Matthew Hill will attend Whitman College. Edmonds-Woodway's Emma Howeiler also earned the scholarship and will attend Dartmouth College.
The EPS & AF General Scholarship for $1,000 went to Meadowdale's Grace Kim, who will attend the University of Southern California, as well as to Aaron Scofield who plans to attend Willamette University.