APBP-graduate high school students receive Foundation Scholarship


Ten high school students received the AICPA Foundation High School Scholarship, which provides $2,000 to students who intend to continue their accounting studies and who have taken an advanced high school accounting course with teachers participating in the AICPA's Accounting Program for Building the Profession (APBP).

This year's recipients (listed with their high schools and the colleges they plan to attend) are:

  • Claire Andries, Waunakee Community High School, University of Wisconsin—Madison
  • Sydney Cherney, Farragut High School, East Tennessee State University
  • Olivia Demars, Meridian High School, Brigham Young University
  • Sarah Ferkler, North Caroline High School, University of Maryland
  • Alyssa Hadding, Warren Township High School, Illinois State University
  • Ryane Hoffman, Manhattan High School, Kansas State University
  • Jack Horoho, Warsaw Community High School, Purdue University
  • Thomas Lutter, Lower Moreland High School, University of Delaware
  • Daniel Molyneaux, Kiski Area High School, University of Pittsburgh
  • Megan Wegner, Port Washington High School, University of Wisconsin—Madison

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