Graduates of the Class of 2019 earned nearly two million dollars in college scholarships, along with many prestigious and highly-selective honors.
Praneeth Alla was named one of 150 Coca-Cola Scholars based on outstanding scholarship and service. The program rewards exceptional high school students who are dedicated to leadership, service, and action that positively affects others. He is also one of only 50 freshman admitted to the Jerome Fisher Program in Management & Technology at the University of Pennsylvania.
Lauren Devletian was selected as a GE-Reagan Foundation Scholar, which recognizes college-bound students who demonstrate exemplary leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship. Lauren was one of 20 students to receive the prestigious scholarship.
Jessicao Hao was among the small number of students admitted to The University of Pennsylvania's bio-dental program.
For the second year, Drexel University awarded a Liberty Scholarship to an outstanding EA student. Bing Quan is one of 50 students who will receive a scholarship that covers full tuition and fees all four years.
A Better Chance selected Helen Tamrat as the recipient of this year's Judith Berry Griffin Award. The award, along with accompanying scholarship, is given to a senior who has shown exceptional and steadfast determination to achieve. Helen will attend Yale University in the fall.
Swarthmore College named Jacob Viscusi as a McCabe Scholar. The McCabe Achievement Award recognizes students who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement, character, and leadership, especially in service to their school and community. This four-year, full-tuition scholarship is awarded annually to at least six incoming students.
Parisa Afsharian, Praneeth Alla, Isabella Calastri, and Bryce Nabulsi earned National Merit Scholarships.
Myles Peter and Evan Zanolli will attend the United States Air Force Academy.
Twenty-eight additional students were awarded merit and athletic scholarships.
Throughout the past four years, EA's graduating seniors have been awarded $7.98 million to help fund their college educations.