Our Faves – In the Running for our Monthly Scholarship!

The April monthly scholarship was awarded to Cayla Bleoaja, however, this was a difficult choice because there were so many other amazing students this month. That’s why this week, we’ve dedicated the Our Faves to showing you some of these awesome students who were in the running! Check out below how these students are using their Student Pages to get the encouragement and advice they need to get them through SAT test prep, a monumental college decision, and a tough class!

Yvanne Seuhou

Yvanne is a junior at Meade Senior High School, and her passion lies in traveling and culture in different countries! Education is very important to Yvanne, she wants to achieve the highest level of education that she can so that she can get a good paying job and use her salary to travel the world! Recently, Yvanne has been using GoEnnounce to promote her SAT Prep scores to get some encouragement and advice to get her through! Way to go Yvanne!

View her Student Page!

Paris Weber

On her way to achieving a Bachelors degree in English from Texas A&M University, junior student Paris has been very busy! She has been on the Dean’s List (the good kind), the All Texas Academic Team in 2013, and Paris is a member of Phi Theta Kappa at her university! Additionally, she has been a part of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, was awarded the English Student of the Year Award, and the Bridge to Aggieland Scholarship! Her goal is to become a Literature professor in a community college. To get there she wants to obtain her Ph.D from Rice University and she hopes to study Literature in London one summer! Recently, Paris posted an accomplishment on her Student Page about getting a 99 on her take home paper, when she thought she only made a ‘C’! That just goes to show what a great writer Paris really is, congratulations!

View her Student Page!

Kiersten Stark 

As a senior at St. Hubert’s Catholic High School For Girls, Kiersten has very big dreams to become a police officer and then hopefully graduate to a homicide detective! She plans to go to a four year college where she will attain her Master’s degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology! Fighting crime will be hard but Kiersten is on her way there! She recently posted o her Student Page about how she got accepted into Albright College, with a scholarship!! Looks like her hard work paid off! Well done Kiersten!

View her Student Page!

 Happy “ennouncing”!

Meghan & Melissa from GoEnnounce

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