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Class of 2019 College Acceptances & Scholarships

1/17/2019− By: HPS Administration

Under the leadership of the school guidance department, Harvest Preparatory School boasts an impeccable list of college acceptances and scholarship offers annually.  The Class of 2019 has had the opportunity to attend college visit trips as a class to Cedarville University and the University of Kentucky, in addition to schools such as West Liberty University, Ohio Dominican University, and Liberty University conducting on-campus presentations to our students during the school day.  Our seniors are also provided with the opportunity to visit college campuses with their families during the school year.  

Below is the beginning of the Class of 2019 college acceptances and scholarship offers:

Ayron Abbott
Alabama State University
Central Ohio Technical College
Georgia Southern University
Keiser University (Merit Scholarship - $64,000)
Keystone College (Presidential Scholarship - $52,000)
University of Maine
University of Indianapolis (Academic Scholarship - $60,000)
University of Southern Indiana (David L. Rice Merit Scholarship - $104,000)

Brandi Bannerman
Ashland University (Director Level Scholarship - $32,000)
Capital University (Presidential Scholarship - $112,000)
Cleveland State University
Heidelberg University (Dean's Scholarship - $62,000)
Huntington University (Faculty Scholarship - $36,000)
Indiana Wesleyan University (Faculty Scholarship - $32,000)
University of Indianapolis 
Ohio Dominican University (Academic Distinction Scholarship - $68,000)
Ohio Northern University
Otterbein University (President's Scholar Award - $86,000)
Walsh University (Vanasse Scholarship - $56,000)
Wheeling Jesuit University ($56,000)
Wittenberg University (Broadwell Chinn Award - $104,000)
Xavier University (Xavier Scholarship - $74,000)
Youngstown State University 

Brandon Beavers
The University of Findlay (Dean's Scholarship - $48,000)

April Conrad
Columbus State Community College

Moses Davis
Alabama State University
Ball State University (Distinction Scholarship - $48,000)
Benedict College (Founder Scholarship - $22,800)
Bethany College (Merit Scholarship - $76,000)
Clark Atlanta University
The University of Findlay 
Georgetown College (Founders Scholarship - $64,000)
Indiana Wesleyan University (Faculty Scholarship - $32,000)
Malone University
Morgan State University
Ohio Dominican University (Academic Distinction Scholarship - $68,000)
South Carolina State University
The University of Akron (Guarantee Scholarship - $19,500)
Tuskegee University
Youngstown State University

Avonti Duncan

Anderson University
Muskingum University
Urbana University

Vanessa Gulcuk
Allegheny College (Trustee Scholarship - $70,000)
Bellarmine University (Monsignor Horrigan Scholarship - $100,000)
Capital University (Presidential Scholarship - $96,000)
Cedarville University (Chancellor's Excellence Scholarship - $50,000)
Concordia University (President Merit Scholarship - $76,000)
Florida Southern College (Pfeiffer Scholarship - $80,000)
Liberty University
Manchester University (Presidential Scholarship - $80,000)
Miami University (Merit Scholarship - $28,000)
Ohio Northern University (Presidential Scholarship - $76,000)
Queens University of Charlotte (Merit Scholarship - $60,000)
The College of Saint Rose (Academic Scholarship - $88,000)
The University of Findlay
Tiffin University (Trustee Scholarship - $52,000)
University of Dayton
University of Mount Union (Trustee Scholarship - $72,000)
Washington & Jefferson College (Presidential Scholarship - $120,000)
Waynesburg University (AB Miller Scholarship - $60,000)
Wittenberg University (Presidential Scholarship - $104,000)

Beonce Jones
Saint Xavier University (Merit Scholarship - $84,000)
The University of Akron

Trinity Lee
Ashland University
Capital University (Presidential Scholarship - $80,000)
Muskingum University
Tiffin University (President Scholarship - $48,000)
Wittenberg University (Broadwell Chinn Award - $84,000)
Wright State University

Mikayla Lewis
Bowling Green State University (Freshman Academic Scholarship - $4,000)
Capital University (Presidential Scholarship - $104,000)
Central State University (Merit Scholarship - $16,000)
Cleveland State University (Scholar Award - $14,000)
Jacksonville University (Merit Scholarship - $100,000)
Kent State University (Trustee Scholarship - $28,000)
Miami University
Northern Kentucky University (EDGE Award - $40,000)
Ohio University
The Ohio State University
The University of Akron (Akron Guarantee Scholarship - $78,000)
The University of Toledo (Regents Scholarship - $20,000)
Wittenberg University (Broadwell Chinn Scholarship - $92,000)
Xavier University (Xavier Scholarship - $80,000)

Morgan Lewis
Alabama A & T University
Alabama State University
Morgan State University
University of Alabama (GI Scholarship - $124,920)
Ohio Dominican University (Academic Distinction Scholarship - $68,000)
Tuskegee University
Xavier University (Xavier Scholarship - $80,000)

Daquan Owens-Johnson
Ball State University (Impact Grant - $44,000)
The University of Akron (Akron Guarantee Scholarship - $13,500)

Joshua Quaye
Indiana University
The Ohio State University
University of Dayton

Raymond Robertson
Youngstown State University

Naudia Spivey
Bellarmine University (Monsignor Treece Scholarship - $87,000)
Bowling Green State University (Freshman Scholarship - $16,000)
Capital University (Presidential Scholarship - $104,000)
Clark Atlanta University
Cleveland State University (Opportunity Award - $8,000)
Georgetown University (Founders Scholarship - $80,000)
Kent State University (Kent State Scholarship - $96,000)
University of Mount Union (Founder's Scholarship - $64,000)
Ohio Dominican University (Academic Distinction Scholarship - $68,000)
Ohio University
Ohio Wesleyan University (Branch Rickey Scholarship - $120,000)
Otterbein University (President's Scholarship - $86,000)
The College of Wooster (Dean's Scholarship - $120,000)
The University of Akron (Akron Guarantee Scholarship - $19,500)
Wittenberg University (Boardwell Chinn Award - $92,000)
Wright State University
Xavier University (Xavier Scholarship - $80,000)
Youngstown State University

Devon Tanner
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Andrew Tate
Alderson Broaddus University

Total Offered Scholarships (as of 01/17/19) : $4,828,200
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