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    Three area students awarded FCP scholarships

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    Arushi Singh

    Three area students were among a group of graduating high school seniors who were recently awarded college scholarships from Foundations Community Partnership (FCP). Newtown resident Arushi Singh (Council Rock High School North), Holland resident Julia Levin (Council Rock High School South), and Newtown resident Anika Koul (Pennsbury High School) were each awarded $1000 scholarships. FCP recognizes and celebrates the achievements of Bucks County students who continue to excel during these challenging times, and in collaboration with each of the County’s 19 public high schools, FCP announced these 2022 Partnership in Education Scholarship awardees. School administrators and guidance counselors nominated the students who best demonstrated a commitment to community service, academic performance, and quality of character.

    “The commitment to community service and academic excellence of our local high school students is evident within our scholarship program,” said Abigail Halloran, Board Chair, Foundations Community Partnership. “Recognizing these outstanding student leaders serves as encouragement to all to work toward positive change in our communities.”

    Arushi will be attending Penn State University, Julia will also be attending Penn State University, and Anika will be attending the University of Pennsylvania.

    For more information on the Partnership in Education Scholarship program, call Foundations Community Partnership at 267-247-5584 or visit www.fcpartnership.org.

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    1. Arushi Singh
    2. Julia Levin
    3. Anika Koul
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