The Future Looks Brighter for Bright Futures Scholars
Posted on: June 05, 2012
The Future Looks Brighter for Bright Futures Scholars

Above photo: Bright Futures Scholarship recipients Weston Wright and Brianne Read from Avon High School are presented with their backpacks and laptops last month in Avon, Indiana. Weston and Brianne are among the nearly 50 oustanding students awarded this year in Bright House Networks service areas.

As thousands of high school seniors prepare for graduation, Bright House Networks is pleased to recognize a number of high achievers with its Bright Futures Scholar student laptop scholarship program.

Launched in January 2012, the Bright Futures Student Laptop Scholarship program recognizes college-bound high school seniors in Bright House Networks service areas for their leadership skills, academic achievements and community service activities. Each scholar receives a laptop, related software and carrying case.

To apply for the Bright Futures Scholar program, students were asked to submit an application and write an essay that describes the importance of leadership both in school and in the community in which they live, and also share individual leadership skills and community involvement.

Congratulations to the 2012 Bright Futures Scholars!

• Reem Aabed, Farmington High School
• Nate Hedgecock, Farmington High School
• Jessica Mudge, Livonia Churchill High School
• Josh Palmer, Livonia Franklin High School
• Nicole Williamson, Livonia Franklin High School
• Sam Gringlas, North Farmington High School
• James Haubert, Catholic Central High School
• Rubini Naidu, Novi High School
• Christopher Wasinski, Redford Thurston High School

• Amber Schumpert, Fall Creek Academy
• Robert Sherrel, Arsenel Technical High School
• Krystal White, Lawrence Central High School
• Sara Hutson, Bishop Chatard High School
• John Kennedy, Scecina Memorial High School
• Marris Park, Mt. Vernon High School
• Patrick Bryant, Carmel High School
• Nicolette Gates, University High School
• Allison Miller, Zionsville High School
• Brianne Read, Avon High School
• Weston Wright, Avon High School
• Krystal Shirrell, Brownsburg High School
• Susana Server, Herron High School
• Miranda Fuchs, Marion High School
• Ryan Overmyer, Mississinewa High School

• Samethia Stallings, Holy Family High School
• Daniele Winston, Jackson Olin High School
• Lonnitria Keenon, Ramsay High School
• Rikki Williams, Ramsay High School
• Calvin Williams, Woodlawn High School
• Caitlyn Taylor, Edgewood Academy
• Courtney Houlton, Elmore County High School
• Paris Long, Stanhope Elmore High School
• Nicole Davis, Wetumpka High School
• Ryan Ebbinga, Wetumpka High School
• Jessica Perez, Wetumpka High School
• Asa Harris, Eufaula High School
• Maranda Wise, Jay High School
• Britney Dady, Geneva High School
• Jessica Simmons, Geneva High School

• Miranda Medrano, Wasco High School
• Eliazar Sanchez, II, Shafter High School
• Karen Manzano, Delano High School
• Viviana Flores, Highland High School
• Amanda Keane Borst, Tehachapi High School
• Holly Garber, Tehachapi High School
• Ashlynne Pittman, East Bakersfield High School
• Angelin Cornejo, South High School
• Austin Donovan, Independence High School
• Lorena Garcia, McFarland High School
• Adriana Barajas, McFarland High School
• Bowen Parker, Bakersfield High School
• Eric Millan, Centennial High School
• MacKenzie Odle, North High School
• Mariah Kathryn-Lee Melton, Taft High School

On behalf of everyone at Bright House Networks, we wish all of these scholars the best as they embark on their college careers!

What advice would you give to this year’s graduating high school seniors as they head to college?

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