Twelve Benjamin seniors have been named Pathfinder High School Scholarship semi-finalists. The dozen seniors have demonstrated outstanding achievement in multiple categories from Computer Engineering, to Foreign Language, and Sports.
The Pathfinder Awards, sponsored by The Palm Beach Post, are presented each year to high school seniors in Palm Beach and Martin counties. Seniors navigated a virtual interview process this year, an experience that will be invaluable to them as they prepare for future interviews.
Associate Director of College Counseling Bekka Goldberg said she is tremendously proud of all the Pathfinder nominees.
“Each student did a wonderful job creating a detailed packet to share their story. Additionally, twelve students moved on in the first ever semi-finalist round this year,” said Goldberg. “The range of categories our semi-finalists represented is indicative of the breadth and depth our students experience over their time as Benjamin students.”
A virtual awards ceremony will be held in May where the top three students in each category will be announced. These award winners will receive scholarships in varying amounts.
Congratulations to the following Benjamin Pathfinder Nominees:
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