16 Seniors Nominated For Pathfinder Awards

Sixteen seniors who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in academic, vocational, and athletic categories were nominated for The Pathfinder High School Scholarship Awards. Categories of recognition range from community involvement to computer science and sports.

Associate Director of College Counseling Bekka Goldberg said all of the Pathfinder nominees have interesting stories worthy of recognition.

The seniors, nominated by their teachers and coaches, are eligible for college scholarships ranging from $2,500 to $4,000. The annual awards program is one of the largest high school scholarship programs in the state of Florida.

A first, second, and third-place winner in each category will be presented during a virtual presentation on May 20 at PalmBeachPost.com.

Congratulations to the following Pathfinder nominees:
Nicolas Lama, Academic Excellence
Tatiana Ziff, Art
Dean Silvers, Business
Christian Baldari, Communications
Isabella Craven, Community Involvement
Scott Pignataro, Computer Science
Isabel Samarias, Drama
Alexandra Denholtz, Foreign Language
Caroline Moody, Forensics/Speech
James Richardson, History/Political Science
Emily Horgen, Literature
Ashley Cousin, Mathematics
Alec Adam, Music/Instrumental
Kaitlyn Hewitt, Music/Vocal
Justin Stohlman, Science
Ellie Blain, Sports

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