Denzel’s two closest high school friends were Pathways Scholars and he says the bond the three of them forged during those sessions has been unbreakable.
He treasured knowledge, but knew he had to — against his own wishes — adopt an outwardly “hard” façade to survive his peers’ bullying.
Even sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic could not stop this high school junior from developing her keen eye for visually capturing landscapes.
She always knew her senior year would be challenging, but not in the ways she expected. Like millions of other high school students, when Lauren had to begin a school year remotely, she was determined to avoid the all-too-easy pitfalls of slacking off.
In high school he was, in many ways, an unusual student. Jaevon was well-rounded and possessed many gifts, but had many unconventional interests.
2021 Scholar Voices edition also features contributions from alumni * This news release has been updated to correctly identify the hometown for Lauren Prates. Pathways to College has announced four student winners and five student honorable mentions for the nonprofit…