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Richland One’s Class of 2019 Sets New District Scholarship Record

 

Richland One’s Class of 2019 graduates collectively received more than $86.5 million in scholarship offers and other financial aid, setting a new district record.

 

This year’s scholarship total exceeds last year’s class total by more than $3.3 million. With nearly $29 million in scholarships earned by its seniors, A.C. Flora High School has the highest total among district high schools.

 

The Class of 2019 includes National Merit Scholarship recipients, as well as students who received $20,000 scholarships from local Rotary Clubs and a $20,000 scholarship from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

 

In the fall, Richland One’s newest graduates plan to further their education at some of the nation’s finest colleges and universities, including the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Emory University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Washington and Lee University, University of South Carolina, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Clemson University, Claflin University and Howard University.

 

Richland One congratulates the members of the Class of 2019, their families, teachers, principals, school counselors and others who helped them to achieve these impressive accomplishments.

 

HIGH SCHOOLS

NUMBER OF GRADUATES

CLASS OF 2019

SCHOLARSHIP TOTALS

(as of June 6, 2019)

Columbia High School

130

$2,125,570

Dreher High School

262

$20,777,345

Eau Claire High School

109

$8,378,009

A.C. Flora High School

348

$28,978,660

C.A. Johnson High School

70

  $2,179,000

W.J. Keenan High School

149

  $3,458,214

Lower Richland High School

234

$19,198,699

Richland One Middle College

37

  $1,410,949

DISTRICT TOTALS

1,339

$86,506,446