The March monthly scholarship was awarded to Kayla Evans, however, this was a difficult choice because there were so many other amazing students this month. So we have dedicated the Our Faves in this week to some of those students who were in the running this month and to showcase the really cool things they are talking about on GoEnnounce! . Here they are!
Anisha is a junior at Oasis Charter High School majoring in business. At her high school, Anisha is involved in many clubs and student activities, some of them are Model United Nations, Key Club, National Honor Society, Red Cross Club, and a few others. She has won 3 DECA awards, 2 Key Club awards, 9 MUN awards,1 Euro Challenge Award, and more! As you can tell, Anisha is very involved in her after school activities. What is even more amazing, Anisha still manages to have time to volunteer at her church AND run a clothing website! Talk about having a full plate! Recently Anisha “ennounced” a picture of her and her friends at the Key Club Division 19A & 19B Officer Training conference! Anisha feels that this experience is a great learning experience for her to have during her last year as President of the Key Club! We do too! Way to go Anisha!
As a sophomore at Grand Canyon University, Brittany is double majoring in Christian studies and Screenwriting, in hopes of becoming an independent filmmaker! In the future she wants to make promotional material for low-budget ministries and nonprofit organizations, while also writing inspirational screenplays as a side job. Brittany is currently making these dreams into a reality because she just recently got promoted from production assistant to script supervisor, which she has “ennounced” on her Student Page! We think Brittany is doing phenomenal, don’t you?
With her favorite subjects being French and Spanish III, Cayla is just scratching the surface of her high school career at Oregon Virtual Academy. She has been awarded a myriad of distinctions from winning first place in a K12 International Academy essay writing contest to winning a Clackamas County Fair Talent Show! Her general extracurricular activities include playing the classical piano, performing, and songwriting! Cayla’s major goals in life including giving back to the hand that fed her. She says, “I am who I am today because of my mentors. They took time to train me, guide me, and help me grow into an artist with a dream.”. With that, her goal is to reach out to children to give them opportunities that will “kindle their fire and help them burn bright.”. Cayla is the editor and chief of her high school newspaper and she recently “ennounced” a sample of an article, called “Lets Talk About That Grade,” she was going to publish in the high school paper! She released the full article on April 1st, check it out here! You won’t regret it, as it is beautifully humorous! We think Cayla is doing great, check out her student page and see if you agree!
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