By: Sharon Aron Baron
Thirty seniors from 13 Broward County Public Schools have received Arts for the Future Scholarships, which will allow the talented seniors to continue their studies in the visual, performing and technical arts at colleges, universities, and educational training institutions.
Included are 11 students from Coral Springs and Parkland high schools.
The Arts for the Future Scholarship Fund is a community-wide initiative to promote artistic career opportunities for graduating seniors. One of the largest programs of its kind in the nation, the fund has bestowed nearly 100,000 in scholarships.
Created in 1999, the Arts for the Future Scholarship Fund is a community-wide initiative sponsored by the School Board of Broward County and the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. The program is made possible because of the cooperation of the Rose Miniaci Foundation and Joe and Wini Amaturo of the Amaturo Family Foundation.
2020 Arts for the Future Scholarship Winners:
Coral Springs High School: Isadora Campos, Visual Arts
Cooper City High School: Rebecca Bellezza, Visual Arts; Ethan Frankel, Music; Carter Frishman, Music; Olivia in’t Zandt, Visual Arts; Danel Le Roux, Dance; Carly Rebar, Visual Arts
Coral Glades High School: Harrison Le, Music
Cypress Bay High School: Madison Fishman, Visual Arts; Cobi Gardner, Visual Arts
Deerfield Beach High School: Maisa Andrade, Visual Arts
Dillard High School: Justin Clarke, Visual Arts; Alexia Jones, Visual Arts; M Jamesly Saint Louis, Visual Arts
Everglades High School: Amanda Joloya, Visual Arts
Fort Lauderdale High School: Natalie Rees, Visual Arts
J.P. Taravella High School: Anthony Gonsalves, Theater; Jaime Happel, Theater; Kayla LaCerra, Theater; Nicole Sugarman, Theater; Danielle Wolfe, Theater
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School: Krystina Masihy, Visual Arts; Rachel Padnis, Visual Arts; Lucy Rosenblum, Visual Arts; Darian Williams, Visual Arts
McArthur High School: Diana Galeano, Visual Arts
Nova High School: Alison Garland, Music; Amari Leslie, Visual Arts
South Broward High School: Elizabeth Hill, Visual Arts; Joseph Luechauer, Music
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