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She is one of 252 high school seniors selected nationwide to receive a scholarship from the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation. On April 18, Nord will join other finalists in Atlanta to compete for 52 college scholarships of $20,000 and 200 scholarships of $10,000.
The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation is a nonprofit organization created to support the higher education of deserving U.S.
Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation has awarded Sandy Lor from Fitchburg High School at $10,000 scholarship.
The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation recently retracted a $4,000 award from California high school student Hector Vega upon discovering he was undocumented.
The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation has launched a new program to help two-year college students in need of financial assistance.
Washington's Clark College dental hygiene student Trang Tran is attending the school this fall as the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship from the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation. She is among 400 recipients nationwide who were honored for their commitment to academics and their community.
Two local teachers were named "Educators of Distinction" by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation.
Micah Randall of Pleasant Hill High School and Natalie Matthews of South Eugene High School were selected as regional scholars by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation. They are among 200 students nationwide to receive a $10,000 four-year college scholarship.
Natalie Matthews, a South Eugene High School senior, has been selected as a finalist by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation.
Chauncey Ray Freeman, a student at Junction City Senior High School, has been recognized by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation with a $4,000 scholarship award for college.
The students have been selected from more than 79,000 applicants nationwide and rank among 2,000 seniors who are in the running for $1.8 million in college scholarships from the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation. They may get a chance to travel with 250 finalists to Atlanta for a final interview process.