The 2018 QuestBridge results are out…and Hueneme High has TWO winners!
Jennifer Martinez and Juan Martinez (no relation; but must be a smart last name) will both be attending STANFORD ON A FULL RIDE in the Fall.
QuestBridge National College Match is a national program that connects high-achieving, low-income high school seniors with full scholarships to the nation’s top colleges. After receiving a record high of 16,248 applicants, QuestBridge selected 1,044 Finalists, hailing from 47 states and the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico as this year’s College Match Scholarship Recipients. College Match Scholarship Recipients are admitted early to QuestBridge college partners with guaranteed, full four-year scholarships that are provided by the colleges and universities, ensuring these students and their families that an education at a top college can be affordable.
How a teacher, administrator, secretary, custodian or
other school staff member made a positive impact on the student’s life at school, in the community, and/or at home?
The Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) High School Senior Essay Contest is open to all public high school mid‐term and graduating seniors. Entrants must submit an essay based on the prompt given. The top 3 winners from each of Region 13’s seven Charters will receive cash prizes.
The essay winning first place from each of the seven Charters will be forwarded to the Region for additional consideration. The top 3 winning essays at the Region level will also receive cash prizes.
This year students wrote about How a teacher, administrator, secretary, custodian or other school staff member made a positive impact on the student’s life at school, in the community, and/or at home?
The following District students are being recognized as winners for the ACSA South Ventura Charter:
|1st||Angelina Leanos||Channel Islands High School||Mona Pinon|
|2nd||Jaeheon Jung||Adolfo Camarillo High School||Tawney Safran|
|3rd||Liliana Gomez||Pacifica High School||Jason Daw|
|4th||Mary-Ann Salac||Adolfo Camarillo High School||Pascual Campos|