The Dana Point Historical Society awarded two $1,000 scholarships to two students at Dana Hills High School. Alexandria Anderson, with plans to study electrical engineering at Columbia University, has been active in community service. She spends most of her time in tutoring students with academic needs. She has spent her summers at Columbia and Harvard Universities in engineering and math classes. She scored 790, out of 800, on her SAT history test.
The second award went to Ellen Lomonico. She plans to enter UCLA in Architecture. She has been active in part time work, a winner in varsity sports and music. She is also active in the California Scholarship Foundation, serving a year as historian.
Both students will be recognized at the DPHS annual Scholarship BBQ held at Doheny State Park on Wednesday, June 29th at 6:00 pm. All funds raised will go to next year’s awards. The public is invited to enjoy an evening on the beach.
Dana Point Historical Society, Scholarship Committee