Educational advancement

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Posted 6/11/21

Hedrick headed to Oklahoma Ethan Hedrick is a graduate of Highlands Ranch High School. He plans to attend The University of Oklahoma and will pursue a degree in business with a focus on finance or …

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Educational advancement

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Hedrick headed to Oklahoma

Ethan Hedrick is a graduate of Highlands Ranch High School. He plans to attend The University of Oklahoma and will pursue a degree in business with a focus on finance or venture capital management.

Hedrick was a member of the National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America and the Philanthropy Club in high school. In addition, he served as Chapter President for the DECA program, enabling him to not only lead activities and fundraisers, but also compete in DECA events at the district, state and national levels. He was an avid athlete participating on the high school Varsity Tennis and Lacrosse teams. Outside of school, he was involved with the Children’s Ministry at his church. Ethan is the son of Micah and Kristen Hedrick, senior client liaison at Insperity. 

National Merit Scholarships

National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced over 3,100 winners of National Merit Scholarships financed by U.S. colleges and universities. Officials of each sponsor college selected their scholarship winners from among the finalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program who plan to attend their institution.

These awards provide between $500 and $2,000 annually for up to four years of undergraduate study at the institution financing the scholarship. Sponsor colleges and universities include 85 private and 75 public institutions located in 42 states and the District of Columbia.

Local students are included below:

Emma N. Slack: probable career field: mathematics, STEM School Highlands Ranch, National Merit Colorado State University Scholarship.

Arjun Avinash: probable career field: computer science; Rock Canyon High School, Littleton National Merit Northeastern University scholarship.

Sydney B. Naibauer: Probable career field: medicine, Rock Canyon High School, National Merti Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Scholarship at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, Indiana.

Arianna M. Sanchez: Probable career field: neurosurgery, Rock Canyon High School, Littleton National Merit University of St. Thomas Scholarship.

Finn L. Garrigan: Probable Career Field: engineering, Cherry Creek High School, Greenwood Village National Merit University Of Southern California Scholarship.

Adam M. Parish: Probable career field: economics, Cherry Creek High School, Village National Merit University Of Southern California Scholarship The University of Southern California.

Eliza A. Hill: Probable career field: chemical engineering, Cherry Creek High School, Greenwood Village National Merit Vanderbilt University Scholarship Vanderbilt.

Nicole L. Hill: Probable career field: undecided, Cherry Creek high School, Greenwood Village National Merit Vanderbilt University Scholarship Vanderbilt.

Elizabeth A. Brunn: Probable career field: law, Thunder Ridge High School, Highlands Ranch National Merit University Of Southern California Scholarship.

Alec Y. Jang: Probable career field: computer science, Thunder Ridge High School, Highlands Ranch National Merit Lehigh University Scholarship Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Joseph Clark Parsons: Probable career field: undecided, Stem School Highlands Ranch National Merit Rose-Hulman Institute Of Technology Scholarship Rose-Hulman Institute Of Technology.

Adam M. Hallstrom: Probable career field: mathematics, Homeschool National Merit Texas Tech University Scholarship Texas Tech University.

Mitchell C. Hughes: Probable career field: investment banking, Cherry Creek High School, Greenwood Village National Merit Southern Methodist University Scholarship.

Anjali G. Kurse: Probable career field: medicine, Cherry Creek High School, Greenwood Village National Merit University of Alabama Scholarship.

Emory G. Woodruff: Probable career field: law, Cherry Creek H. S., Greenwood Village National Merit Southern Methodist University.

Kriz graduates from University of Iowa

Lindsay Kriz of Lone Tree was among the students conferred their degrees at the University of Iowa. Kriz was a student in the College of Law whose program of study was law. The degree awarded was a juris doctor.

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