Kendall Costello (Ralph Williams Memorial Scholarship); Zachary E. Taqi (Brian Stebbins Memorial Scholarship); Won Gyeong Seong, Hannah Katherine George, Thi Tran, Caden Matthew DiGiovanni, Kylie Rebecca Mason, Sarah Venesky, Anya Kiran Kushwaha, Dean DiBello.
Jarod Chaney, Brandon Paul Everett, John Morgan Everett, Caroline Elizabeth Freden, Azhar Mohammed Hussein, Kylie McBride, Madeleine O’Brian, Julia Rose Perry, Aneesha Sai Puppala and Aspen Michelle Reid.
Maddie O’Brian attends Rice University and is majoring in Biochemistry and Cell Biology. She is very involved in her residential college where she serves as a social coordinator as well as an event planner. On top of that she also works at the Recreation Center as an Operations Assistant. The scholarship helped alleviate her financial burden and makes it easier to keep focus on academics. For that, she is extremely grateful.
Kylie McBride is attends the University of Texas where she majors in Mechanical Engineering. Kylie received the Southlake Style Scholarship last year and is forever grateful for them helping make her dreams a reality. The scholarship allows her to focus on her studies as her number one priority. Not only is she a young life leader, but she is on the UT Quidditch team and a member of the women in engineering program. Kylie also plans to be a camp counselor over the summer.
Brandon Everett received a scholarship from Park Place Lexus last year and attends the University of Texas where he is getting his Bachelor of Science and Arts in Biology. Brandon is also in the Health and Science Scholars Honors Program. On top of his heavy school work load Brandon is on the Volunteer Committee for the Health and Science Honors Program. He is also on the Rush committee for his fraternity Beta Upsilon Chi and is an Austin Pets Alive volunteer. This summer he plans on working at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. The CEF scholarship helped lighten his financial burden and allowed him to focus on the most important aspect of school.
John Everett is a student at Claremont McKenna College in California. He is working towards a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. He is very involved at Claremont. He is on the varsity swim team and works at the Lowe Institute of Political Economy. He is extremely grateful for the scholarship as it has let him pursue his outside interest as well as attending the college of his choice.
Aneesha Puppala is a student at Texas A&M University and working towards a double major of Finance and Telecommunications. She enjoys Aggie Classics and Yearbook when not studying for her classes. Aneesha also works party time with the Student Media group on campus. The scholarship means a lot as it is very prestigious and to be awarded a scholarship from my district brings me immense happiness and pride. I am so honored to have gone to college with a scholarship from the city I live in. It is a great recognition and felt almost as if it was a good luck/farewell gift from Southlake as I commenced my college journey.
Caroline Freden is a student at the University of Texas with a major in Biology and Psychology (Pre-Med). She previously played in the piccolo section in the band but has sense pursued other interests such as Chi Kappa Phi Chickadees Service Society, Kappa Rho Pre-Medical Honors Society and Ignite Texas, a Christian organization that puts on a retreat for incoming freshmen and transfer students each August. I am grateful for the financial support from this scholarship as it assisted me in my first year at UT, where I am pursuing the very beginning of my dream to become a doctor. The scholarship has encouraged me in my studies and kept me motivated to always try my hardest and never forget the wonderful city I call home.