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High school seniors awarded scholarships to attend Cal State L.A.
Cal State L.A. welcomes 7 new President’s Scholars
Los Angeles, CA – Among the top of their graduating class, seven high school seniors—from Alhambra to Temple City—will receive $5,000 per year for four years of full-time enrollment at California State University, Los Angeles.
Distinguished as the University’s “2010 President’s Scholars,” the students were selected based on recommendations by their high school principals and as a result of their outstanding academic achievements, extracurricular activities and leadership in high school. They all have a grade-point average of at least 3.75 and an SAT I score of at least 1200.
This scholarship program—which assists with registration fees, books and other academic and living expenses—is funded by Cal State L.A.’s Annual Fund and the President’s Associates.
Honored as the 12th class of President’s Scholars are the following:
Marie Eleanore Cabal
Eagle Rock High School
Los Angeles-90041 resident
Warren High School
South Gate resident
Major: Business Management
Stern Math and Science School
Los Angeles-90033 resident
Temple City High School
Temple City resident
Calif. Academy of Math & Science
San Gabriel High School
Alhambra High School
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