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Washington alumni to award scholarships to their newest colleagues: 20+ grads from the Class of 2015

Alumni of Milwaukee Public Schools' Washington High School will award scholarships Wednesday to more than 20 of their newest colleagues

By - Jul 14th, 2015 11:28 am

Alumni of Milwaukee Public SchoolsWashington High School will award scholarships Wednesday to more than 20 of their newest colleagues: graduates of the Washington High School of Information Technology Class of 2015.

Generous donations from alumni to the Washington High School Alumni Scholarship Foundation fund the scholarships.

State Sen. Nikiya Harris Dodd, a Washington alumna, will deliver the keynote address at the event set for 5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 15 at the Washington Park Library, 2121 N. Sherman Boulevard, Milwaukee 53208.

In all, 25 Washington grads will receive $1,000 scholarships: 23 from the Class of 2015 and two graduates from the Class of 2014 who applied for and earned a second-year scholarship after posting a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher.

The winning students are:

Class of 2014 (second-year scholarship)

Ismael Donzo, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Amani McClellan, Lane College

Class of 2015

Raneissa Baker

Edward Becco

Shameria Brooks

Jehsen Darrough

Startavia Davis

Mahogony Ford

Zalisha Foster

Tsegaye Gebreyesus

Dana Goodman

Anthony Hanrahan

Ralphanna James

Jeremy Kearney

Mo Aye La

John Martin, Jr.

Kevin McHenry, Jr.

Makyle McIntyre

Kamari Pearson

Nicole Silas

Elliott Stokes, Jr.

Jaquila Thompson

Niajah Walker

Zariana Williams

Chue Yang

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