Hazen seniors earn scholastic honors

May 1, 2013

By Staff

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Vicki Tang named Washington Scholar

Vicki Tang

Vicki Tang

Hazen High School’s Vicki Tang was named a Washington Scholar for the 11th Legislative District by the Washington Student Achievement Council.

The designation is a prestigious recognition reserved for only the state’s most exemplary high school students. Tang will attend Stanford University, where she hopes to major in biology or math and to continue on to medical school, where she can achieve her dream of becoming a doctor.

 

Jonathan Fortescue is presidential scholar finalist

Jonathan Fortescue

Jonathan Fortescue

Jonathan Fortescue is a finalist for the 2013 Presidential Scholars Program, one of the nation’s highest honors for high school students.

Fortescue was selected from a pool of more than 3,900 seniors across the country. He will be honored with a Presidential Scholars Medallion during a White House ceremony in June.

During his visit to the nation’s capitol, he will meet with government officials and acclaimed educators, authors, musicians and scientists.

 

Dale Schrock earns prestigious scholarship

Dale Schrock

Dale Schrock

Dale Schrock was awarded a four-year Navy ROTC scholarship with a Marine option to San Diego State University. The highly competitive scholarship is awarded to applicants based on SAT scores, GPA, extracurricular activities, essays, community service and physical fitness.

“I come from a family with a history of military service,” Schrock said in a statement. “I’m honored that the Marine Corps chose me for this great opportunity to serve my country.”

At San Diego State, Schrock will major in economics and minor in political science, while also taking the required military science courses and participating in Navy ROTC activities. Upon completion of the program, Schrock will be commissioned a second lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps.

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