The Posse Foundation identifies, recruits and trains individuals with extraordinary leadership potential. Posse Scholars receive full-tuition leadership scholarships from Posse’s long list of partner colleges and universities, including Cornell, Dartmouth, Northwestern and more.
This year, the Posse Foundation has announced that 15 Culver City High School seniors have been named Posse Scholarship semi-finalists. Congratulations to the following outstanding students: Cooper Komatsu, Oliver Marcus, Angelina Arroyo, Hannah Gamble, Robert Sylvain, Noa Aoyagi, Brooklynn Hamilton, Paige Natoli, Breanna Moitt, Siena Szeto, Jade Ravare, Nicole Muir, Sofia Stuart, Evalie Rehor, and Daniel Egziabher.
To be eligible for a Posse Scholarship, a high school senior must be nominated by their high school or a community-based organization and demonstrate both leadership within their high school, community or family and demonstrate academic potential. The Posse Scholarship is neither a minority nor a need-based scholarship. It is open to students of all backgrounds. Posse selects students who are:
Leaders in their high schools and communities
Committed to their education and those who demonstrate academic potential
Interested in teamwork and diversity
Positive, motivated, talented, ambitious young people
Congratulations to these outstanding Centaurs!
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