One thousand dollars doesn’t make a big dent in college tuition, but it goes farther than you think in other areas. It buys some books, a class, or …
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One thousand dollars doesn’t make a big dent in college tuition,
but it goes farther than you think in other areas.
It buys some books, a class, or parking and gas for a while.
Twenty-five Highlands Ranch students, residents or high school
seniors that attend a Highlands Ranch school, won a $1,000
scholarship from the Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs Association
scholarship committee, a division of the community association.
Events held throughout the year add to the scholarship fund.
Almost 100 student applied and the winners represented seven
Julie Claar, Tanisha Cocetti, Hayden Genth, Alexandra Harrison,
Kyle Mead, Jaden Schupp, Hannah Wellman, John White, Tyler
Andrew Cogan, Jeremy Driggs, Hayden Fischer, Alexandra Johnson,
Erika Moore, Gregory Schafer, Corinna Tandy.
Joshua Canter, Tyler Jacobsen, Sawan Kothari, Stephen Wood.
Laura Corlin, Truitt Jeter.
Highlands Ranch High
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