LETU Announces 2012 Heritage Scholarship Winners


04-14-2012

LeTourneau University has named the 10 winners of its most prestigious scholarships, providing each recipient full tuition over four years. A total of 97 students competed, most of whom were valedictorians at their high schools, for one of 10 Heritage Scholarships. The invitation-only competition included three days of group sessions, personal interviews and an essay.


Winners include the following:
• Aaron Dalton of Santa Barbara, Calif., who attends San Marcos High School and plans to major in aviation management;
• Jacob Holm of Parker, Colo., who attends Chaparral High School and plans to major in engineering;
• Justin Ito of Yokohama, Japan, who attends Pearl Vineyard International Christian School and plans to major in business management;
• Christopher Lower of Nairobi, Kenya who attends Rosslyn Academy and plans to major in computer science;
• Christine Lozano of Imperial, Calif., a homeschooled student who plans to major in engineering;
• Hannah McIlheran of Leander, Texas, a homeschooled student who plans to major in engineering;
• Hannah Richter of Cypress, Texas, who attends Cypress Woods High School and plans to major in biomedical engineering;
• Matthew Sturm of Kijabe, Kenya, who attends Rift Valley Academy and plans to major in biology.
• Savannah Wessies of San Antonio, Texas, who attends Robert G. Cole High School and plans to major in engineering;
• Garrick Worrell of Fair Oaks, Calif., a homeschooled student who plans to major in engineering;


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