The MCPASD Education Foundation was honored to award five scholarships to graduating MHS seniors on Scholarship Night at the Performing Arts Center on May 15.
We are happy to announce Jesus Quechol Ramirez as one of two winners of a $1,850 Future Scholars Scholarship.
Quechol Ramirez plans to attend Madison College and is considering a major in healthcare.
His high school experience has been defined by excelling in athletics and in community-service leadership. He won both the XIES Award and the Re-Generacion Award for three years. Also, he was captain of the varsity wrestling team and wrestled on the varsity team all four years. He co-founded the Latinos Unidos Club in 2015 and is a member of the Student Voice Union, the Black Student Union and Justice League, a mentoring program for elementary school students.
Quechol Ramirez will be a first-generation college student.
The Future Scholars Scholarship supports the education goals of ambitious youth who have demonstrated perseverance to pursue post-secondary schooling. Scholarship criteria include evidence of economic hardship, being part of an underrepresented minority group at Middleton High School and pursuing post-secondary education at an accredited institution.
Please join the Education Foundation in congratulating Quechol Ramirez on his scholarship and in wishing him all the best as he continues his education!Tags: Black Student Union, college, MadisonCollege, MCPASD, Middleton, scholarship