Twelve students from public and private high schools in Hawaiʻi have been awarded the prestigious 2014 Chancellor’s Scholarship at University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo.
The award, valued in excess of $26,500, covers four years of tuition for students graduating from a Hawaiʻi high school who earned either a GPA of at least 3.5, a combined 1800 SAT (reading, writing, math) or a composite score of 27 on the ACT while demonstrating leadership and/or community service.
All Chancellor’s Scholars are required to enroll as full-time students and earn a minimum of 24 credits each academic year. They must also maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.25 and participate in leadership activities and/or community services with other Chancellor Scholars.
The 2014 Chancellor’s Scholarship recipients and their respective high schools include:
- Adam Onishi, Waiakea High School
- Casey Chow, Hawaiʻi Academy of Arts and Sciences
- Chrisovolandou Gronowski, Pahoa High School
- Dustin Tacdol, Kamehameha High School-Maui
- Jhoanne Domingo, Farrington High School
- Melialani Agcaoili, Pahoa High School
- Melissa Mizuguchi, Waiakea High School
- Micah Carter, Kamehameha High School-Hawaiʻi
- Noelle Lovesy, Kauaʻi High School
- Tori Nakagawa, Roosevelt High School
- Vernon Warnock, Hilo High School
- Zayin Minia, Waimea High School