Maumelle Charter has 16 sign academic scholarships

A total of 16 graduating seniors at Maumelle Charter High School participated in the school’s Academic Signing Day event on Tuesday, April 27.

Academic signing days are modeled after the events done by high school sports prospects when they ink their letters of intent to play college sports.

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In Maumelle Charter’s case, those 16 students are headed from coast-to-coast with seniors choosing schools in California and Massachusetts, and also in Texas, Tennessee, Utah and Missouri, but most are staying in Arkansas for their higher education.

Most of the students also had multiple academic scholarship offers and the list of students with total amount of scholarships offered, as provided by the school, is below.

In-State

  • Ethan Christmas ... Arkansas State University ... $1,415,161

  • Raine Fosburgh ... University of Central Arkansas ... $39,000

  • Luke Garrison ... Ouachita Baptist University ... $165,000

  • Rebecca Hanry ... Central Baptist College ... $207,800

  • Colin Hornaday ... Henderson State University ... $43,000

  • Abbey Mahony ... UA-Pulaski Technical College ... $104,000

  • Jacob Martin ... Hendrix College ... $36,000

  • Blake Mesaris ... University of Central Arkansas ... $80,000

  • Natalie Peterson ... Ouachita Baptist University ... $40,000

  • Jacob Strawn ... Arkansas State University ... $106,000

Out-of-state

  • Fallon Baty ... University of San Francisco ... $69,000

  • Callie Bures ... Carson-Newman University ... $163,000

  • Sydney Conway ... Southern Methodist University ... $158,000

  • Brandon Kraus ... Springfield College ... $80,000

  • Jie Loken ... University of Utah ... $279,000

  • Jaya Salgaonkar ... Westminster College ... $573,818