The Florida Chamber of Commerce has announced the three graduating seniors who are the recipients of this year’s scholarship awards.
Natalya Camacho has been involved with the BOCES Workplace Learning Program, volunteers and participates at Winslow Therapeutic Riding Facility in Warwick, and has been involved with basketball, swimming, bowling, and track. She will be attending the Bridges Program at SUNY Orange in Middletown, NY in the fall.
Grace Kohl has been involved with the business/STEM program. She was chosen to be the high school intern at the corporate office of ShopRite and has participated in two semester classes in the new Virtual High School program that included personal finance and college prep. She has played volleyball for three years, two of those years on varsity. Grace will be attending SUNY Albany in the fall.
Angela Squillace has participated in Spanish Club for three years, is a member of the National Honor Society, and is currently the secretary of the Youth in Government Club. She has been a member of Youth in Government for four years. She has received the President’s Award for Academic Achievement and the Sojourner Truth Memorial Scholarship as well as volunteering in local kindergarten classes, performing community service at S.S. Seward Institute, and working summers at a paid internship. Angela has been a member of the soccer and basketball teams and was co-captain of the junior varsity basketball team. She will be attending Howard University in Washington, D.C. in the fall.
The Chamber salutes all of the students at S.S. Seward Institute, congratulates the winners, and wishes everyone continued success.