National Scholarship 
Honor 
Roll

MAYA MUNDELL, AWARDED $1.15 MILLION IN SCHOLARSHIPS

 

Maya Mundell, a graduate in the 2010 class of Northeast High School in Pasadena, Maryland was awarded more than $1.15 million in scholarships to attend college. Maya was offered full scholarships to attend Cornell University, Albright College and The New School.  Maya was accepted at Spelman College, Johns Hopkins and American University.  Maya plans to attend Cornell University.  Ms Mundell graduated with a 4.1 GPA.

 

ISAIAH WEST, FUTURE SURGEON


Isaiah West, a June 2010 graduate of Frank W. Ballou High School in Washington DC has been offered more than $1 million to attend college.  The former running back decided not to try out for the football team to devote more time to study.

Isaiah plans to be a surgeon.  His study paid off.  Isaiah was awarded $200,000 to attend George Washington University. He had similar offers from Duke University and Emory University in Atlanta.  Isaiah also received offers from Tulane, Temple and Johns Hopkins University.  


 

ALYSSIA CLORE


 

Alyssia Clore graduated from the South Atlanta School of Health, Medicine & Sciences in June, 2010.  She was one of 1,000 students to win a Gate Millennium Scholarship.  As a Gates Scholar, Alyssia Clore will receive a full tuition scholarship, room and board fees and mentoring for as long as she attends school.  Ms. Clore’s scholarship is worth more than $500,000 at current tuition rates.  Alyssia Clore will attend Spelman College in Atlanta this fall.   Alyssia plans to major in biology as an undergraduate.  She also plans to earn a Ph.D. 

LEUK WOLDEYOHANNES, WHEATON HIGH (MD) 

 

 

 In June 2010, Wheaton Maryland High School student, Leuk Woldeyohannes was awarded a Gates Millennium Scholarship.  Leuk’s mother, a physician, died of cancer when he was 9 years of age.  Leuk plans to become physician as well.  After earning an "A" in AP Biology, Leuk applied for the Gates scholarship.  A member of Wheaton’s bioscience academy, Leak was also an intern at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.  The Gates Scholarship will cover all of Leuk’s undergraduate, graduate and medical school expenses.  Leuk Woldeyohannes plans to attend Cornell University as an undergraduate.