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After submitting applications and essays about how they represent Frederick’s slogan ‘Built on What Matters,’ and impressing the Frederick Scholarship Commission in their interviews, seniors Leevi Clark, Kaitlyn Howell, Hailee Hurtado, Bailey Nunn and Paige Schaa each won a Town of Frederick scholarship of $1,500 each year for four years, provided they continue to meet the ongoing eligibility requirements throughout the four-year period. All five students are Frederick residents, a requirement of the scholarship.
“I am very impressed by the level of dedication these students have to their community and to the pursuit of higher education,” said Mayor Tony Carey.” Not only have they worked hard at their scholastic achievements but more importantly, they have displayed a commitment to this community and our values”
Leevi Clark is graduating from Frederick High School and will be attending the International Diving Institute in the fall to study Underwater Welding. Kaitlyn Howell is graduating from Frederick High School and will be heading off to Colorado State University to study Human Resources. Hailee Hurtado is graduating from Frederick High School and will be going to Colorado State University to study Neuroscience. Bailey Nunn is graduating from Mead High School and will be attending Front Range Community College to study Dental Hygiene. Paige Schaa is graduating from Frederick High School and will be attending University of Northern Colorado to study Exercise Science.
“Growing up in Frederick has provided me many opportunities; opportunities to volunteer within my community, opportunities to excel at school, and opportunities to learn leadership skills within my peer, social, and athletic groups,” said scholarship winner Leevi Clark. “The Town of Frederick Scholarship gives me the opportunity to attend trade school in the fall to become an underwater welder.”
PHOTO CAPTION: (left to right) Hailee Hurtado, Dr. Sean Corey, Leevi Clark, Mayor Tony Carey, Bailey Nunn, Paige Schaa and Kaitlyn Howell at the Frederick Board of Trustees meeting on May 14. These five students were each given $1,500 per year for four years continued education by the Board of Trustees at the recommendation of the Frederick Scholarship Commission.