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APRIL 2020

Georgianna Gennetti

Georgianna Gennitti is a 9th grader with a 3.6 GPA who attends Colorado Early Colleges. Her love of math allows her to  develop problem-solving skills. These skills will serve her well into adulthood and beyond. Georgianna enjoys athletics and participates in flag football, volleyball, and basketball. Georgianna is also a great conversationalist and likes to engage others in discussions. 

MARCH 2020

Joshua Jennings

Joshua Jennings is a 6th grader with a 4.0 GPA who attends Discovery Canyon Campus Middle School in Colorado Springs. Joshua enjoys art because it helps him to express his thoughts through drawing, and math because it challenges his analytical skills. He is currently taking Advanced Compacted Linear Algebra. He has been accepted into the Talented and Gifted program in both math and language arts.  Joshua was also selected to participate in the March 2020 Southwest American Choral Director’s Association Regional Conference in the 5-7 Treble Honor Choir.

FEBRUARY 2020

Nevaeh Richmond

Nevaeh Richmond is an 8th grader at Mountain Vista Community School in Colorado Springs with a 4.0 GPA. She enjoys problem solving, and her favorite subject is Math. She has accomplished passing the Gifted and Talented assessment and is currently taking high school equivalency classes while in Middle School.  After high school, she plans on attending college to become an engineer, forensic scientist or surgeon.

JANUARY 2020

Tyson McKenzie

Tyson McKenzie is a freshman at Harrison High School with a 3.98 GPA.  As a member of the Junior National Honor Society, he has taught himself to code and is a highly acclaimed technologist.  Tyson aspires to attend MIT or another University with a state-of-the-art technology program.  He dreams of double majoring in Computer Science and Cyber Security which will ultimately lead him to become the CEO of his own technology company.

DECEMBER 2019

Max Moreno

Max Moreno is a senior at  Palmer High School in Colorado Springs with a love of reading books and writing poetry.  Max went to Las Vegas in 2018 to compete in a National Poetry Competition.  Max plans to attend college with a major in Sociology and minors in Choral Arts and Theatrical Production.  Max aspires to be a sociologist with a focus on social behavior along with gender roles and the way families interact.  

NOVEMBER 2019

Blair Minnard

Blair Minnard is an 8th grader at Carmel Middle School in Colorado Springs with a 4.0 GPA. She enjoys  science, and the premise that every action has a reaction, which can be said of life itself. Blair is musically inclined and plays tenor and alto saxophone. She has played in concert along with band director, Paul Denardo of Solid Rock Family Life Center.

OCTOBER 2019

Deylen Duncan

Deylen Duncan is a middle schooler at The Vanguard School in Fountain, CO with a 3.85 GPA. October is his birthday month!  He enjoys science and builds and launches rockets as a hobby. Deylen is an advanced coder and likes creating games and websites on his computer. He has a Black Belt in Taekwondo.  Deylen is also musically inclined.  He sings, and plays bass guitar, drums and clarinet.

SEPTEMBER 2019

Jawai Williams

Jawai Williams is a senior at Widefield High School with a 3.0 GPA.   Her favorite subject is science due to all of the theory and creativity in that field.  Jawai is a phenomenal vocalist who has received a multitude of awards for her accomplishments.  She is currently exploring several HBCUs and would like to obtain a degree in Nursing and minor in music.  Her ultimate dream is to become a singer.

AUGUST 2019

Tiran Charles

Tiran Charles is a middle schooler at Carmel Middle School in Colorado Springs with a 3.6 GPA. Tiran really enjoys science and is specifically fascinated by atoms.   Tiran is taking Pre AP classes in science, social studies, math and language arts. Impressively, he has received The Presidential Education Award for academic proficiency in math.

JULY 2019

Izabella Stallman

Izabella Stallman is entering the tenth grade at Fountain-Fort Carson High School.   She earned straight A’s last semester.  Izabella’s primary focus is on academics with hopes of becoming the school’s valedictorian in 2022.  She aspires to attend the University of Texas due to their outstanding medical programs.  After college, Izabella wants to become a firefighter.

JUNE 2019

Donovan Ferrell

Donovan Ferrell will be a freshman at Sierra High School in the fall.  He dreams of a career that is artistic in nature and to be the best person possible.  After high school, Donovan strives to attend a Clemson University in South Carolina and pursue a degree in electronic arts or video game design.

MAY 2019

Hailey Morales

Hailey Morales is a senior at The Village at The Academy on-line, located in Colorado Springs, CO.  Despite being diagnosed in 7th grade with dyslexia, Hailey has managed to maintain a 3.2 GPA.  She has a passion for creative arts, specifically creative movement and dance.  Hailey will attend the performing arts school, Theatre Arts Preparatory School (TAPS), in Las Vegas, NV in the fall.  She auditioned and received a TAPS Scholarship.

APRIL 2019

James Chenevert

James Chenevert is a senior at Fountain Fort Carson High School with a 3.0 GPA.  James would like to control his own professional destiny.  He is creative, hard-working, smart and has a passion to become an entrepreneur.   James, along with his dad, would like to create a business in interstate transportation with a fleet of self-owned trucks. He is eager to formulate a business plan. 

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